Month: December 2004
Ring In The New Year
Soon, the New Year will be upon us. Yes, it is a time for celebrating what good has come and what good will come, bit it is also time to celebrate The Lord of the Rings. Yes, it appears that the trilogy has finally come to an end this month, with the released of The […]
Yasu Updated to v0.8
Yasu has been updated to v0.8. This update features code optimizations to improve security and performance. Yasu is currently part of my recommended Routine Maintenance.
Tsunami Disaster Relief Efforts
Donations are being requested by the Red Cross and other organizations to support relief efforts following the devastating earthquake and tsunamis in South East Asia. The impact of this disaster is immense. Please, if you can, support these efforts. Every penny counts. American Red Cross British Red Cross Canadian Red Cross International Federation of Red […]
The Rumored iPhone
Is this it? Could this be the rumored iPhone? With MP3 phones on the horizon, and Macworld less than a month away, it may be. Now, on to more important things.
Optimize Your DeliciousExport
DeliciousExporter makes a marvelous addition to Delicious Library. But, at v0.1.1, it’s fatally flawed. Why? Because it exports the original images from Delicious Library and uses CSS to resize them in your browser. Imagine my surprise when my exported library turned out to be 13.8mb. As a 56k user, 7mb (30 minutes) per page was […]