I’ve decided to turn my current design into a distributable theme for WordPress. It’ll be available over the weekend after I clean up some of the rough edges. Here are some of the things you can look forward to in the release of Effercio Blue 1.0: Support for WordPress Tags (a new feature in WordPress… Continue reading A Minor Announcement
NBC Universal has chosen not renew iTunes contract. Are they high? I bought every episode of Heroes last season, and it was one of the most bought shows last year. That’s $40+ they won’t be getting from me this year.
Every now and then, your computer – in my case, a Dell Inspiron E510 – will need some TLC. Freeing up disk space and running defrag can go a long way to keeping your system running better. I spent an hour or so yesterday doing some housekeeping and ended up deleting over 45+ gigabytes of old videos, unused applications and more.… Continue reading System Cleanup
Since this post gets a good bit of traffic, I think it’s worth noting that you ought to check out RunKeeper if you happen to own an iPhone 3G/3GS. Not only does it not require a dongle, it’s more accurate and doesn’t require the latest hardware (3GS) to run. Well, I am nearly two weeks… Continue reading An alternative to Nike+
My son is going to be a geek. All the signs are there. He loves playing on the computer. He loves stealing my iPod video to listen to music and watch cartoons… The boy loves gadgets. What can I say? I’m a proud papa.
Aliens vs. Predator: Requiem. I never would have thought they would make another AVP movie. The first AVP wasn’t great, but the idea of Predators hunting Aliens is just too darn fun…
So, a new developmental version of WordPress was released last night. Being the sucker that I am, I went ahead and upgraded to WordPress 2.3 Beta1, and to my surprise, everything installed without any problems at all. I haven’t seen a full list of all that’s been changed in this version, but based on my… Continue reading WordPress 2.3 Beta1
Maps for Us. You too can help save the children and the Iraq and Asian Countries.
Chubby? A virus might be to blame. And here I thought I was fat because of my addiction to Jolt and Pringles. How foolish of me…
A while back, I wrote about how I was able to sync Google Calendar events with my iPod using Outlook 2007. Because of various problems I had with Outlook 2007, including data corruption issues caused in part by subscribing to Internet Calendars, I uninstalled the program and reinstalled Outlook 2003 on my system. I’ve tried the open-source add-in for… Continue reading In Sync