Archive for December, 2003

This morning my mother called to tell us that my father, Paul John Wilcox, Jr., passed on to be with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, around midnight last night. Dad was 80 years old, and suffered from both emphysema and congestive heart failure. Although his health had been slowly declining for the past few […]

Today I am over at 297 Billerica Road, Kronos’ main building in Chelmsford (I normally work 2 buildings away at 2 Omni Way). We’re in a meeting with Rick Hightower, our Struts trainer who we’re keeping an extra day for consultation, and the lights have gone crazy. Imagine strobing Christmas lights on a building-wide scale. […]

Jakarta Struts Training

Posted: 15th December 2003 by LegoDoug in Doug, Technology, Work Life

Today through Wednesday (and possibly Thurdsday) Kronos is locking me (along with several others) up in training. This is my first official training since starting with Kronos, and I'm a little nervous, given I'm not very well trained in Java. We shall see.

Breaking the Gigapixel Barrier

Posted: 3rd December 2003 by LegoDoug in Cool Sites/BLOGs, Technology

Thought not for the faint-of-heart, getting astonishing resolution from a digital camera is indeed possible. Check out what Max Lyons has done with some good photography and customized photo stitching software.