spiderwebwoman …

… step into my parlor

Network Solutions fesses up and says they are trying to protect their customers

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 4:42 pm on Thursday, January 10, 2008

At CircleID, there’s a letter posted from Network Solutions that describes what they are doing and they try and justify it by saying they are trying to protect their customers. Since when does using their site to do a search make you a customer? You haven’t bought anything, you are just using there (supposedly) free […]

Posting with Windows Live Writer

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 8:48 pm on Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Last night, I went to the CT Dot Net Users Group meeting at the Microsoft Farmington office. The featured act was It’s All About The Tools – Episode 1 starring Russ Fustino.  The coolest thing I learned about was Windows Live Writer – you can use it to post to just about any blog – […]

Spring weather in January

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 9:41 am on Saturday, January 21, 2006

It’s 42 degrees today and going up to the mid-50’s. You probably think I’m hung up on the weather – I guess I am. Warm weather in Connecticut in January is such a treat. I’ve never been a cold weather person.

We’ve moved

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 9:55 am on Sunday, December 11, 2005

Here’s where we moved to and why. Your links and feeds should still work. You’ll notice this skin is different – Susan is still looking for a OneNote skin for CS.

Redmond braces for thousands of MVPs

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 3:24 am on Friday, April 2, 2004

At Robert Scoble’s blog: Wow, the MVP Global Summit is getting huge attention here on campus. All over the place there’s signs welcoming the thousands of Most Valuable Professionals to campus.

Site Finder just won’t go away

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 6:10 pm on Saturday, February 28, 2004

Mountain View, Calif.-based VeriSign on Thursday sued the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) in federal court in Los Angeles, claiming it was unlawfully prevented from adding new features to the domain name database it has a contract to run. Last fall, ICANN ordered VeriSign to halt its Site Finder service, which redirected […]

Are you a Blogaholic?

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 1:13 pm on Friday, December 26, 2003

I’m not – I only got a 28 – Try it for yourself and let me know

Are you running Norton AntiVirus 2004?

Filed under: Uncategorized — spiderwebwoman at 3:55 pm on Monday, October 20, 2003

Has your browser slowed to a crawl?  Mine, too. Read this Symantec KB article – it has a couple of workarounds – the second one worked for me.