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Monthly Archives: November 2005
Finally growing tired of the default Kubrick theme on my WordPress blog, I decided it was time to go for a face-lift. Most of the page layouts I’ve done in the past have been done with HTML and CSS, but … Continue reading
Just a quick post since I had a really tough time finding an answer to a problem I was having. I’m working on an open source eCommerce site where photographers can upload image galleries and have their clients view (and … Continue reading
It looks like WordPress is going to skip the 1.6 release and jump straight on version 2.0. With the forthcoming release, the question of what’s changed has been asked all over the place. Owen Winkler has written a fairly in-depth … Continue reading
Sparked by a posting called 7 Mistakes for your First Week Blogging, I decided my blog needed a face lift. Rule #1 – Don’t launch until you have a theme. The line “same bland layout of every other amateur blog … Continue reading
You may be able to, although you’ll certainly have to shell out some money.
What started out as an undergraduate project mentored by Microsoft has become a free image editor that may give most users everything they need without shelling out for Photoshop. Paint.net
Two Nigerians were jailed for a total of 37 years for their part in the biggest scam in Nigerian history. The scam defrauded a Brazilian bank out of $242 million.
I must have missed the memo on this one. Google SMS lets you use your cell phone to get information from the search engine, which is great while you’re out.