If you like gadgets and tech goodies or are in the market for a computer you need to watch Bens Bargains
It’s 90% tech stuff but there are other usefull items too. Last year I had 10 cases of water delivered to my house for less than $40.00 Yes, 10 cases, 24 bottles in a case, 16 oz bottles, delivered for less than $40.00
Watch the rebates though, some sites and stores are just plain bad about sending money back.
Some friends of mine, Mark and Ada Toney are taking a section of land they have near Pearl, MS.
And turning it into a Motorcycle Campground and Resort.
They were in the process of doing that this year. Hurricane Katrina hit them pretty hard. Lots of trees down, lots of damage to the house, barn and pump house. But they’ll be O.K.
Stop by if you’re in the area.
The Corner Lot Resort & Campground
The Mean Lime Green MKJAS Team tied tonight 4-4
This was a huge improvement over recent games. They started out the game down by two goals in less than a minutes play but didn’t give in. It was looking ugly. But miracles happen, and for some reason or another the ball found the net. They definitely out shot the other team by a bunch.
Maggie played well. It’s only her 3rd game and I think she’s starting to get the hang of it. Hopefully her team is too. 🙂
Q: So where would you find a turtle with no legs?
A: Right were you left him. 🙂
WordPress and Gallery Integration.
You’d think I was trying to put a man on the moon. What should be a simple task of searching for a simple plug in, installing it and using it would be what, a 20 minute job at best?
Word press is great. Really nice web/blogging software. Dave (stacys.org) is using the same package. He’s also using a plug-in called exhibit.
Simple, install it, activate it and viola’. It appears to work, sort of, but you can’t attach pictures. At least not here. So I spent about an hour moving my blog from \blog to the root just in case that was messing it up. No luck.
I shouldn’t have to fix someone else’s PHP, stuff like this should be plug and play.
So I go digging and find Gallery. What an awesome package! I do a quick search, there seems to be about a half dozen plug-ins for it. Great.
I spend about an hour setting it up, loading up a few photos. Then grab a plug in or two for testing. Well #!#$# none of them are updated for Gallery 2.0 which stores the thumbnails in the database. This is dumb.
Don’t do that, or give me an option to turn it off. I don’t want all that binary thumbnail data in my database. I don’t want or need to put the burden of that on MySQL. What are these people thinking?
MOST home users, most home hacks, and tech weenies are going to use what ever left over hardware we have laying around to put our servers together for stuff like this. For our family websites. Not everyone will have high end hardware to serv up a bazillion binary images out of our MySQL databases.
Oh, and I still don’t have easy, post a photo while blogging integration.