Modifying pre-existing WordPress themes… That’s my extent of PHP programming. I got to thinking that it would be cool to turn my weather site into a regular WordPress blog and somehow incorporate the data that I currently have into some sort of theme. All of my historical data is stored… Read More »Accessing SQL Databases with PHP
Jim Souhan did a nice article on Dick Jonckowski in today’s Star Tribune. Dick has been a figure in Minnesota sports for some time including the Vikings, Gopher Baseball and Gopher Basketball. He’s only the 2nd announcer to ever take the mike at Williams Arena. For those of you that… Read More »‘Polish Eagle’ perfect fit for Barn
I use my MacBook Pro for both business and personal. At home, I try to use the Mac side as much as possible while still running a Windows Vista virtual machine at the same time for development stuff. When I’m at work, all I run is Vista from my virtual… Read More »How AppleCare Can Save the Day (or ruin it)
A couple of weeks ago I posted a story about virtualized performance where I did a comparison between VMware Fusion and Sun’s VirtualBox. I wanted to update that story to include some details on Windows performance when Parallels is added to the mix. Interestingly enough, Parallels really isn’t that much… Read More »Virtualized Performance Part 2: Parallels
In my previous post, I talked about the difficulty keeping all your social networking sites up to date. When I was trying out Blogo tonight, I came across Ping.fm. The premise of Ping.fm is that “Ping.fm is a simple service that makes updating your social networks a snap.” Exactly what… Read More »Updating your social network is a snap!