Monthly Archives: June 2009

Web 2.0 in business (part 1)

We recently had a workshop about Web 2.0 and the New World of Work. Which made me rethink Web 2.0 and what I know about it, but also it made me think about what possibilities Web 2.0 brings to business. Since I want to talk about a lot here, this will be a multipart post. […]


VM gone AWOL in ESX

At my current project we’re busy with an Exchange upgrade. Since my laptop is not a member of the domain I have been using a virtual machine hosted on ESX for tasks related to this migration. One morning when trying to connect to the desktop I got an error that the destination host was unreachable.


Making Core a bit less “hard”core

With the introduction of Windows Server 2008 the option has been introduced to do a Core installation. On a Core installation you will have no graphical interface and only limited roles and functions are supported. Why would you choose a Core installation? Reduced maintenance. The amount of supported roles is limited, there for the installation […]


Is Windows 7 what Atom needs?

Last weekend I decided to install Windows 7 RC on my Kohjinsha SC3. The SC3 is an Intel Atom powered UMPC that comes standard with Windows Vista and is equipped with a 7″ rotatable touchscreen. I’ve always been a bit disappointed with the performance of this combination; the device was a bit too slow to […]


Finaly my own 850

Ever since I was a boy I’ve been dreaming about a cream-yellow Volvo 850 T-5R. Now the time has come to drive one, virtual, but still. Volvo and Simbin have released Volvo, the game. This racing game gives you an idea how it is to race with some well-known Volvo’s. You can choose from a […]