What you succeed in doing with this method of handling browser compatibility is take something that MAY NOT work, and turn it into something that DEFINITELY DOESN'T work. I know for a fact that this browser works just FINE with the template, because if I change the browser's identifier to claim it is a different version the template works. More important, you've removed the decision from me. This is the kind of arrogant, unthinking, over-controlling, poor user interface design that has users hating the prod.....
A conflict or rights: My question to my Libertarian friends about vaccination.
Wed, Jun 5th 2013 6:30a Andrew Pollack Ok, Libertarian friends – where do you stand on this? I’ve used things like building codes, workplace safety, and similar topics before to frame the discussion of why we need government, but here’s one of best and most thorny conflicts in that debate for you…Vaccination is one of those really difficult subjects that pit personal freedoms against societal requirements. This article in Scientific American spurred me to ask the question. The basic conflict begins with your right over your o [read] Keywords:
Successfully moved away from POSTINI to SPAMHERO - some thoughts...
Mon, May 13th 2013 12:52p Andrew Pollack It's been almost a year since Google announced the changes in their "Postini" offering. I've been looking around, and finally chose to give [Spamhero] a try. As of today, I'm 100% switched over. Here's what I found, and a tip... Accuracy: I'm can definitely tell you is that Spamhero is accurate. I've had no false positives so far, and just a few spam messages that have go through. I had many more of both with Postini. For what spam does get through, you get a custom email address to forw [read] Keywords: domino
BLUG A3 : Stuff Andrew Thinks You Should Know - The Presentation is now available for download
Fri, Mar 22nd 2013 4:00p Andrew Pollack The BLUG conference was amazing. I had a great time, saw many people I really like, and watched a great deal of technical skill transfer take place as well as some wonderful peer to peer mentoring happening between some of the most experienced in our community and some of the newest members. Scott Souder gave a fantastic opening keynote talk that was fresh, frank, and encouraging. I love his energy and attitude, as well has his respect for the core products. Louis Richardson also did a great job [read] Keywords: domino
Looking at SAML and OAUTH in the Notes and Domino 9 Public Beta
Fri, Mar 15th 2013 4:09p Andrew Pollack Am I reading this right? Seriously? Like many people, when I read that next release of the Domino Server and Client were going to support OAuth and SAML, I was pretty happy with that. I've been a bit late getting around to looking at the beta though -- after all, IBM has made it quite clear that my opinion isn't all that welcome any more -- and I'm just now reading the documentation on how IBM is going about this. I'll know more when I talk about this stuff next week at BLUG, by the way. Fir [read] Keywords: domino
Can Software be Too Social to Succeed?
Sun, Feb 3rd 2013 4:08p Andrew Pollack There’s no question that “Social Software” is the big push right now. I keep seeing advertisements and slogans that claim email isn’t “Social” enough and that the more you share the better. Users, however, seem to like email quite a bit and are proving extremely resistant to switching. Why is that? I suggest that it’s a social problem. It’s true that it is human nature to work together to get a common result, and we’re at our best when collaborate. That isn’t the whole story, [read] Keywords: lotus
Thoughts about the Opening General Session at Connect 2013 -- Do you have any?
Fri, Feb 1st 2013 4:40p Andrew Pollack For the first time since 1997, I watched the OGS from my home office. First of all, GREAT JOB to those who put the live stream together. I don't really care if it was done with IBM products or not. Someone picked the right technology this time because the sound and video were clear, crisp, and very minimally delayed. There were only two very brief pauses right near the end. I was working, but had my laptop next to my desk with the video on full screen. The session flowed well. There were no bor [read] Keywords: domino
Small progress taking the first real steps in moving Second Signal off IBM Domino
Mon, Jan 21st 2013 12:00p Andrew Pollack I've been dealing with some serious analysis-paralysis with this project. Between not having a deadline and having so many choices to look at -- with virtually no experience with any of them -- I've found it very difficult to take the next step. As a result, the site is beginning to suffer from inattention and that needs to stop. I've finally decided to break off a big chunk and get working on a back end database. You don't know how spoiled you are working with IBM Domino as a development pl [read] Keywords: domino