I took a PHP programming class back in 2004, and obviously PHP has changed considerably since then. I’m “kicking” myself for not keeping up with PHP since then, and I’m trying to learn the scripting language again. My problem area is developing queries, loops, and a straight forward log-in system. The log-in script that I’ve… Read More Getting to know PHP…. again
Recently I signed up for Dropbox.com and I found it useful since I found a way to save and since saved photo’s off of my iPad. Then after doing that I found through the Apple discussion forums I found out that I could have use iPhoto that came with my Mac Laptop. It was a… Read More Dropbox
After I cleaned out Google Reader of dead feeds of sites that I no longer followed or have not been updated/deleted; I noticed an improved loading time. Which I might have mentions in that post. Though, I don’t know if there’s a page to send suggestions and what not to Google for improvements to Google… Read More Google Reader: A Follow Up
Tonight I finally went through Google Reader and cleared out a lot of dead feeds from sites that I don’t follow or not being updated at all. Though, I followed site that got deleted down over the years. Could have done this age’s ago but didn’t; its one of those things I kept putting it… Read More Google Reader and dead RSS feeds
Well I’ve finally moved hosting company’s for this site. I went from Yahoo! Web Hosting to WestHost. Its taken me at least 3 to 5 1/2 years to actually make the move. Partly trying to find a host that I could transition to and not knowing how to make such moves. I’ve used Yahoo for… Read More Finally moved hosts
I’m doing a test post from my blackberry phone.
Well the new Del.icio.us website debuted today (31/07/2008) and I like it. However, there is one thing that I noticed that was missing is unbundled tags – a number of other users have noticed (see here and here). Granted the improvements to Del.icio.us have been coming for a long time now, and its just a… Read More The new del.icio.us site
I’ve recently came across Diigo by the way of a post over at Borderland. It seems an interesting site, enough to try it, even though I really don’t like the clutter of the site. Another problem that I have a problem with is with the after effects of the import of my del.icio.us bookmarks, though… Read More using Diigo vs del.icio.us
I don’t know if anyone who’s been following this blog may or may not have noticed that I’ve been having problems with the mysql server as of late. What happened tonight is another reason I’ll be moving to another host hopefully by the end of the year. Before moving this site and my other site… Read More Server Problems
Last night I tried to take pictures with my digital camera turned out to be a big mistake. The picture of what I wanted to take was a star or a planet that had an orange tint to it, and it was located in the southeast part of the sky. Though there was a slight… Read More Taking pictures
Don’t know why but recently I just want to write of using the web and the internet in general. What I mean is that the internet really no longer holds its appeal to me, or it doesn’t feel like “new.” Granted all I do now is to check email, use bloglines, Google Reader, and visit… Read More Bored with using the internet or visiting websites
I’ve been using Bloglines for a couple of years and use to it in regrades to its interface and the way it works. Though with Google Reader I’ve been using it for a much shorter time and have had 2 feeds in it. Tonight I imported the feeds that I have in Bloglines into Google… Read More Google Reader and Bloglines
I found the following by the this Shang Liang’s blog post, which I found by the way of this aggregator for Adobe.
For some reason I would like to see the ability to save Yahoo News pages to either Yahoo Bookmarks or to del.icio.us. Though I could something like on a couple other sites with news stories but who knows if it would happen.
Here is a good article about posting to your blog on a regular basis. The Link: Why Blog Post Frequency Does Not Matter Anymore | Marketing Profs Daily Fix Blog. I found this site by the way of this post at Weblog Tools Collection.