TCP/IP Fundamentals for Windows

I love TCP/IP. It’s not news, yet every time an additional documentation comes out I go into happy mode. In this case it’s ~600 paged PDF from Microsoft that describes how TCP/IP is implemented. The document’s author is Joseph Davis who has a few TCP/IP books behind him (with Thomas Lee). Download the PDF here.

PowerPoint Producer 2007 Beta

About a week ago, I wanted to create a media presentation. Filled with self confidenceI pressed the Start button and type Producer in the Start Search field…I was quitesurprised that nothing came up.At this stage I started wondering if I forgot to installsuch a vital part of Office 2007… After looking it up,I found that Producer 2007 has not been released yet. It seems thatis very easy to grow accustomed to something good. With a large amount of disappointmentand a dent in my self confidence I searched for an alternative. Today though, after going over some of my favorite blogs … Continue reading PowerPoint Producer 2007 Beta

Tegra from NVIDIA

It looks like that these days everything is going towards the ultra-portable, NVIDIAannounced a “mobile computer on a chip” architecture called “Tegra”. The Tegra line will be all-in-one, integrated systems on a chip, containing an 800MHz ARM CPU, GeForce GPU, image processor, HD video processor, and controllers for all other aspects of core operations (memory, USB ports, communication) — in a packageabout the size of a dime.