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 … Read the rest of this item
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. … Read the rest of this item
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 … Read the rest of this item
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 … Read the rest of this item
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 … Read the rest of this item