I try to stay up on my Internet meme, but I simply can’t catch it all. Captain Dan Broschart dropped a doozy on me the other day after I probably said something boring and repetitive to him in a chat. That doozy was "O RLY?" [See Definition of O RLY?]Thus began a new minor obsession… Continue reading O RLY?
I have to publish this video of US President George Bush reaching a locked door at a press conference in China. Bush looks so embarrasingly sad in this. My pal Ala mentioned that he should have people taking better care of him. I agree, the poor bastard had to be humilated, you can actually… Continue reading Bush Locked Door Video – Bush Gets Locked In China
In the past I have been an amature SEO guy at best, but this is all going to change. I have been attempting to cement my SEO abilities by making the popular open-source content managment system, Drupal, bend unto my will.
I’m using this software, Trac with my team on a special project for about a week and I am totally impressed. This free tool lets you track bugs and feature requests in a logical and handy ticketing system that integrates with Subversion (SVN). There’s an integrated wiki that you might think at first is unnecessary. … Continue reading Trac Is Totally Awesome
That’s right. Macromedia took two years to go from Dreamweaver MX to Dreamweaver 8.0, and they threw in some features. They put in a better WYSIWYG, and supposedly made CSS design easier to use. Really, wys… is not that helpful because you’re just going to have a browser open to your file anyway and be… Continue reading Dreamweaver 8.O Code-Collapse Feature Sucks
So–these blog things. They are pretty hard to keep up. You don’t write, and then you feel like you should and then you forget your password or whatever. I have a lot of ideas to share, so I’ll try to be better.
I don’t think I could watch another day of the developing demise of House Majority Whip Tom Delay without comment. Last week The Economist published a stinging article on Why Tom DeLay should go which seemed to only pre-date the intensified interest in DeLay’s alleged ethics violations by a few days.
I hunted around on Craigslist all day to get my ticket to see The Killers at the Roseland in downtown Portland. I emailed and I called and I finally found one for $25, which was basically face value. I met up with some corny yuppie in The Pearl and was pumped up for the show.
My pal Logan Mitchell reminded me of the ongoing effort underway to oppose the opening of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for drilling. The ANWR drilling proposal has been making progress in the house, so it will come to the Senate for final approval. The devout environmentalists are asking Oregonians who oppose the desecration of… Continue reading Arctic Drilling
Diesel clothing sent me a promotional box for the spring summer fashion line, Soir Noir.