Oracle to Acquire TimesTen, Inc.

06/09/05 | by Clarise | Categories: Databases

In an announcement I received today from Andy Mendelsohn, Senior Vice President, Database Server Technologies of Oracle: "Earlier today, Oracle and TimesTen, Inc. announced that they have entered into a definitive agreement whereby Oracle will acquire TimesTen, a leading provider of real-time data management software, to extend Oracle Database and Oracle Fusion Middleware."

Read more from Oracle: Welcome TimesTen

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San Francisco Parking Hikes

06/07/05 | by Clarise | Categories: In real life

Around July 11, hourly rates for parking meters in some parts of San Francisco will increase. According to the News, SF Supes Approve Parking Meter Hikes, hourly parking meter rates will go up as much as a dollar. Parking violation fees and residential parking permits are set to go up as well.


More Fashion Designs from Sophia

06/04/05 | by Clarise | Categories: In real life

It is nice to get real personal mail. Ordinarily, when I get my post office mail, all I get are bills and junk mail. This time, it was different. In a nice personal hand-made envelope, my 14 year-old niece Sophia mailed me some of her fashion design.

Similar to the time I posted Sophia's Design in my blog, Budding Fashion Designer, I am proud to show-off the new set of designs I got from her:

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Newly Launched: Hurricane Website from NASA

06/03/05 | by Clarise | Categories: On the web

June 1st is the official start of the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season. NASA has launched a hurricane resource webpage. It is an interesting website that compiles data from different computer models and satellites. It also explains the methodology of NASA when it investigates hurricanes.

Source of picture: NASA Hurricane Multimedia Gallery


I.E. 7 not Supported on Windows 2000

06/02/05 | by Clarise | Categories: On the web

For those unhappy about the news about I.E.7 being unsupported in Windows 2000, Smile :P, Firefox is a better browser option anyway.

According to the article in c|net Windows 2000 users to miss out on IE 7,
"IE 7, which will be available in beta this summer, will offer improved security features and basic tabbed browsing. It is also expected to offer improved standards support, including enhanced support for CSS 2 and PNG transparencies."

Firefox has tabbed browsing right now (which actually is a very nice feature) and other features like: Popup Blocking, Privacy and Security, RSS integration, Text Zooming to make small text easy to read and Standard Developer Tools, e.g. JavaScript and CSS error/warning console. I have not really made a side by side comparison of the benefits of I.E.7 vs Firefox but at first glance, Firefox already has some (maybe all &#59;)) of the features that are being offered by I.E.7.


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