Wednesday, November 3
Reasons to celebrate!
Plus, Kat received a promotion. Read The Miracle of Being Second Best: Six years on, a decoration. Best wishes from me!
Tuesday, November 2
mBlog goes the pay way
mBlog - blog anywhere: "To obtain an archive of your files for import into an alternate blogging system please enter your mBlog name below."
File Transfer Solution
I haven't tried it myself. And given the fact that Yahoo! Mail, even after it opened up the attachment size limits to ten whopping megabytes, sometimes hangs in the middle of a transfer, I would expect anyone who decides to follow the link above to try it out for him/herself.
Why I don't recommend Firefox :: Adam Kalsey: "Most Web users don't know what a browser is. That blue E they click on the desktop isn't a browser, it's "The Internet." Or maybe it's "Yahoo" if that's what their home page is set to. Tell them to download a new browser and they don't understand what you mean. I put Firefox on my wife's computer and removed the IE link. She asked why she didn't have My Yahoo on the computer anymore. My wife's not stupid - to her the IE logo is how she got to the Web. Without that, she didn't know how to get to My Yahoo."
I added a newsgator syndication button to my sidebar. Hope it leads some to use the cool service.
Monday, November 1
out to save the world
Wonder what that means. To those unacquainted with all things ACJ, we get assigned beats to cover each week. The coming week will probably see us making friends with the CMS. Thats the content management system.
Saw Morning Raaga the day before. Wasn't bad. Wasn't good either. With movies like that my stoical way of doing things helps a lot. Isolate each scene in the movie and rank them in the order of your liking. Then remember what you like and chuck out the wooden faced lead, the plot that was full of patches, the what not....
I think I would have enjoyed Ladder 49 though. In spite of the binaries and stuff.
Behold! The future of web design!
Just take a look at what miracles are up!
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