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Playing Around with VNC

September 22, 2004

So I've been spending a lot of time working from home, doing web projects and generally messing around. My latest obsession is VNC. This is old-hat to many *nix geeks out there, but I've been stuck in a world of Timbuktu. If you haven't used it, you should. Find your flavor here: sourceforge.net.

I've been playing with GMail, and I like it. It has a long way to go, but the idea of a 1-Gb of online storage is pretty awesome (think emailing yourself critical software and keeping it stored on a Google website). And the way it threads is second to none.

I've got a couple of GMail invites, so if you want one, send an email to the address at the bottom of the page. Oh, and be polite and give me your name (required). No, I won't spam you.

I learned a very cool thing about iDVD: how to make a DVD auto-start and auto-loop. Just click on the Map and drag your MooV directly to "Menu" and click on the little loop icon on it. Burn it and you're done.