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Monthly Archive: March 2008
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSExperimenting with the time for TWITH. Let me know if you like the longer version. Some topics in History discussed -When Steve Wozniak (aka WOZ) bought Apple… -Coffee, twinkies and velcro -IBM Portables -First Video Game Death -GMail -Mozilla and Netscape.
updated 7:45 CST Today WordPress had released the final version of 2.5. I have successfully installed it into my Sandbox and am playing with it aggressively. I will be adding information as I go, but here is what I had so far: First of all, for those who don’t know what a “Sandbox” is, this is an area I designated as a test area. In this case, I have a computer at my home in which I installed XAMPP (an acronym for Apache, MySQL, PHP and PERL – the X stands for the “Four”). The Sandbox is a great way to test new plugins, CSS code or anything. One thing to keep in mind in mantaining a Sandbox, though – make sure your Sandbox matches your websites credentials (example – if your Sandbox is running PHP 5 and your website runs on PHP 4, then the test area is pointless)....
Don’t you think? Cnet yesterday laid off 4.5% of their workforce – 120 jobs in the news department (US) were “Streamlined”. The difficult decision was made so the company could get back on track. What is Ironic about it? Well, if you search online, you will notice one major source missing. In fact, I went to their website and search specifically on the subject and found nothing. Cnet news isn’t reporting of the layoff.
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSWeb browsers are just as debated as Operating Systems and Political affiliations. The Web Browser is the program that allows you to browse the web, so you want the best experience possible. And Just like Operating Systems you can also choose the web browser that you use. So which one is it? IE or Firefox. Maybe Safari? Maybe even Opera?
Last week we did a clean install of 2.5 and all went smooth. Today we’ll run 2.5 on an existing database. The First thing I did was backed up the existing Database. Once that was accomplished, I proceeded to install 2.5 in a clean directory. Next week we’ll talk about installing plugins and widgets to get 2.5 back to where it was before.
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I remember the first time I bought RAM. I got 8 – 1 MB chips of memory for $40 a meg. Ah those were the days. Where’s the Pianer? Nowadays everything is getting “Farmed” – where the item is not directly attached to a single computer. A Hard drive farm allows scaling the size of your shared folders or whatnot with a few clicks of the mouse. If Microsoft and Intel get the Parallel systems running, then processors will also be Farmed out. So it only goes to say that memory is the next thing to go. Enter in Violin and the 1010 – an appliance that farms out memory. Using the Violin Intelligent Memory Modules (VIMMs), the DRAM based chips will send out memory to where it’s needed. You can use DRAM, NAND Flash or both, and the machine will support up to 504 GB of RAM.
Politics, Life, News, Music, Family, Religion, Personal, Random, Photography, Art, Culture, Thoughts, Food, Poetry, Travel. These are the top “Tag Cloud” items on WordPress. People use Tag Clouds as a quick reference and a way to find new information. Tag Clouds have not been around that long, although a crude form can be traced back to 1995. Flickr started using clouds, and the idea grew. Now, Tag Clouds are found on many websites.
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSSUSAToday reported that Apple is trying to negotiate with Record Labels a plan to allow iPhone and iPod users unlimited access to iTunes for an extra fee. We look at the good and bad and if this plan can work.
So I took the challenge and downloaded the WordPress 2.5 RC1. I installed this in my sandbox and got aome awesome results. We’re going to take a focus on this – each week we will talk about the setup and how to integrate it into an existing WordPress blog. Part I – Installation.
Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS*Podcast was re-edited on 3-19 at 10:30 AM. Live show on Ustream.tv Tues. 7PM EST, Monday 3-24 @ 7PM EST – Fish – Friendfind – Joining Geekazine and Dorkazine – New Video Card – Email or phone – Changes to Podcast – Is Gizmodo/Valleywag going to ever approve my account? Call the Hotline – 608-205-4378 email -geekazine (at) gmail.com Skype: Geekazine Download the show– Subscribe via Zune – Subscribe via iTunes Proud Member of techpodcasts. Visit http://www.techpodcasts.com/. Part I
Most of us know what AOL stands for. Up until a year or so ago, we all got AOL disks mailed to us. AOL was the #1 ISP in the nation for a long time. Now it’s struggling to keep up with the times. Recently they purchased Bebo, a social networking site. Is AOL going in the right direction? What should they do to become a top name again?It all started around 1981 with a revolutionary way to download games and music on the Atari 2600: for a $65 fee (Modem and setup fee) and $1 an hour usage. William (Bill) von Meister was the man that had this prolific vision. Because of his ideas, he made Isaac Azimov proclaim that this was “the beginning of the Information Age”. Bill started many companies and ideas on communications, but the one company – called Control Video Corporation –...