Sunday, April 30, 2006
The grass is growing fast. Yesterday my brother overfilled the gas can in the back of the car, so he’s trying to air it out (exciting isn’t it).
Listened to Car Talk and Prairie Home Companion today.
The cat’s in heat for the first time.
I have a couple cars to work on and a weed-eater to dissemble and re-ring. Trees to trim. Garden to plant. Computers to wire up (LAN). Oh, and it’s almost 3pm and I still haven’t taken time to get breakfast (as usual), see why I don’t have time to blog :)
So that’s just some blithering from down here in the valley, catch you later, Cheers.
Blogs are something that should be kept up to date regularly, and he just doesn’t seem to have the time or material to do that. So… either he gets on here and just babbles, or he focus his energies on more static web page designs.
He doesn’t know yet.
Monday, April 24, 2006
This is a real great tool for posting a quick blog, though I usually like to do some other tweaking while I’m at Blogger, this really makes it fast to post as I don’t have to wade through Blogger to do it.
I wonder how good it translates the Microsoft Word coding though. I’ve had problems with pasting Word into Blogger before. I’ve hopes it will continue to work out ok.
Friday, April 21, 2006
Wednesday, April 19, 2006
Seems to be quite a difference in opinion as to the exact date of birth of one Adolf Hitler.
- “The pageantry of the Third Reich and the precision of its army reached a dramatic climax during the festivities honoring Adolf Hitler on his 50th birthday: April 20th, 1939”
- “several dozen skinheads in Tartu, Estonia held a torch-bearing demonstration to mark Hitler's birthday, according to an April 22, 2001 broadcast on Estonian Television.” This piece dated April 24, 2001
- “Today In Alternate History, April 20th, 2005. in 1889, Adolf Hitler was born in Braunau, Austria” Among other alternate views.
I would seem that 20 April wins out as the most popular date for Hitlers birthday. That is if popular opinion is the correct thing to gauge it by. After all the popular opinion of the powers in Germany in the 1930’s & 40’s wasn’t to be questioned now was it?
We also find that Wikipedia has some interesting things to say about the man:
“Hitler was a black comedian who gained power in Germany facing crisis after World War I.”
(I see that that’s been changed now, I suppose to what it should say. But one never knows what Wiki might say next.)
Remember, this year the Days of Remembrance fall between April 23 and April 30.
Visit http://www.ushmm.org/museum/exhibit/focus/dor_06/ for more information.
Tuesday, April 18, 2006
If you have on of those external IDE hard drive cases that interfaces via USB you might not have enough air flow to cool the hard drive and thus lead to premature failure.
This project involves widening the fan slots to increase the air flow. (Read the article)
Monday, April 17, 2006
We live and learn. Thanks Blogger :-),
Real Spam Bloggers on Blogger.com
It makes me wonder how they found me, because there’s plenty on real spam bloggers on blogger.com (or blogspot.com, if you like) and they’re obviously so. But me? I’m just a little guy with hardly any posts or activity, what made me flag them. Well it appears that it’s because I have several links back to the same site (sounds like a forum would be “spam forum”, … spamfortium … whathaveyou). So that’s how the spam-bloggers don’t get caught, they have their spam-site with all the links (nothing but links) to many (very many) diverse (many) sites, and that doesn’t flag the system.
Yes I use some articles from a select few sites, not because I support them or am affiliated with them or anything, but because I liked their articles, and they let me use them. Thanks ArticleCube.I Finally looked into it
This took me quite some time to figure out too. It’s not like blogger.com informed me that I’d been flagged as spam-blogging. No! After a few months of having to deal with verifying my posts, I finally looked into it. First I checked my settings – for a long time I though it was something that I set it to do. But after getting annoyed by it, and I can’t used MS Word to post because of the picture verification, I found it was this “spam-blog” thing. Well that’s just great, I wondered why I wasn’t getting the traffic I once had, and here I was doing more work on my Motorsport Madness blog, and it was getting me nowhere.
I say as Graham Chapman repeatedly said, "I don’t like Spam!"