Saturday is one of two days a year that Decatur accepts just about any kind of electronics for recycling. We’ve got an old coffee maker that’s missing the carafe, a decrepit PC with a bad power supply, some old big batteries, cell phones, and some other odds and ends. Some of these things are toxic, […]
Has we got a pic? No: the LibXML2 Fix plugin needs to be activated too. One more test from the iPhone in a minute.
Will this post work? Heres an image: _Edit: fixed. Somehow this site’s xmlrpc file got changed. Details here.
Installed the latest WordPress update but have had little chance to investigate. Had a permissions problem at my host but got it quickly settled. p>a href=”http://www.timmerritt.net/images/p-640-480-0f5a2926-02db-4b5f-95ea-f2b2e22a589e.jpeg”>img src=”http://www.timmerritt.net/images/p-640-480-0f5a2926-02db-4b5f-95ea-f2b2e22a589e.jpeg” alt=”” width=”225” height=”300” class=”alignnone size-full wp-image-364” />/a>/p> ————Edit – above you see the mess left when I try to create a post including a photo uploaded from the […]
Security: Lessons Learned from a Hacked Gmail Account May none of us learn these lessons the hard way. Ooof.
In which I post to a particularly on-point post from Lifehacker about cleaning up my desk, which you see here, snapped from my phone. Part of cleaning things up begins this morning with backed-up posts I want to get on line, so that reduces the pathetic factor a little, I suppose.
Will is setting up his new MacBook Pro. After choosing several different laptops, and even eating the cost of a Lenovo restocking fee, he chose the Mac. A key determinant: the included 8GB iPod Touch. I’m pleased, almost excessively so. It’ll be fun to watch him adapt, but difficult to keep my fat Mac-familiar nose […]
I found the two-column version of the theme I use here, but it doesn’t work with this version of WordPress. I’d like to have just one sidebar… Stef was right, the second one clutters the space. It’s very difficult to find the theme I want…. That should be a hint to learn something and do […]
At my host, Joyent, I’ve managed to move from Harwood, a FreeBSD Linux server to Laurel, a “Shared Accelerator” on Sun Sparc hardware running OpenSolaris. Which means little to me, a n00b who knows enough to create a lot of difficulty. Once I figured out the database password confusion, this blog reappeared along with my […]
Things you never thought you could do with your camera | MetaFilter Yow – apparently amazing things can be done with a hacked Canon point and shoot.