Category Archives: customer experience

blog optimizations

Thanks to some recommendations from Jeremy, Pierre and Jeff, this blog should be running a lot less slowly. I’ve installed memcached, set up wordpress plugins, tuned apache MPM parameters, tweaked iptables and tc rules and beaten on the blog with … Continue reading

Posted in blog, C.J. Insider, colliertech, customer experience, debian, Free Software, network saturation, Networking, performance, rate limiting, Software, traffic shaping | 9 Comments

gtkglarea on win32

After a long, long wait, GtkGLArea is now running on win32. I’ve put up a temporary package here until I merge the changes into cvs and put out an official package that plays nicely with the rest of the gtk+ … Continue reading

Posted in 3d, bling, c#, customer experience, Free Software, games, gtk+, gtkglarea-sharp, linux, microsoft, mono, open source, opengl | 2 Comments

Someone asked recently….

Their question was “Why is VMS so much faster than Unix?” They of course used the new fangled words for “VMS” and “Unix,” but the idea was the same. The short answer is that it’s because they are different operating … Continue reading

Posted in bling, customer experience, gnome, kde, Unix, VMS | Leave a comment