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His neuralkinetics are way above normal…

My friend and colleague Christian has been doing some performance optimizations for WebGate’s XPages Toolkit. And he’s found some interesting results revealing the exceptional performance of NoteCollection. But being the obsessive that I am, I wanted to take the idea

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Me. Me me me. Me too.

One of the best things about computers is that they can do more than one thing at a time. This is such a useful capability that we have a dizzying array of descriptiors for it: multitasking, multiprocessor, multiuser, multiplexing, multithreading

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The Last Word

When I first got the news about Tim, I wrote the following that night. I’ve wanted to share it every day since then, but also wanted to let his family get through their memorial process, so I’ve left it in

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Heartbreak

Meta just came into the bedroom, tears streaming down her face to share this with me and Lisa. My daughter is beyond amazing.

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A eulogy

Socrates Vincent van Gogh Virginia Woolf Ernest Hemingway Alan Turing Hunter S. Thompson Sylvia Plath Kurt Cobain David Foster Wallace Aaron Schwartz Tim Tripcony Genius that changes the world yet cannot change itself is a tale as old as civilization.

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A note for those coming to Tim’s dedication tomorrow…

This is a dedication for Tim Tripcony. So if you want to know how to dress, ask yourself “What Would Tim Wear?” You don’t HAVE to dress like Tim, of course. There’s certainly good reason not to. 🙂 But friends

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From our friend and colleague, Matt Smith

Matt Smith worked with Tim and me and the team at GBS for several years. He doesn’t have a blog, so he asked me to share his thoughts concerning Tim’s passing. I feel very inadequately prepared for sudden shocking news,

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