Category: Computer and Internet

  • Related Posts

    I installed a new plugin on this blog today: “Yet Another Related Posts Plugin” … to be exact. (Referered to as YARPP) I had been thinking of finding some such plugin for some time, and finally went hunting for one today and am very pleased with this one, how it’s working, the ease of use, […]

  • What Poetry Form am I?

    My #1 Answer: I am, of course, none other than blank verse. I don’t know where I’m going, yes, quite right; And when I get there (if I ever do) I might not recognise it. So? Your point? Why should I have a destination set? I’m relatively happy as I am, And wouldn’t want to […]

  • Middle of the Night Stuff

    I woke up at 3:30am –being pregnant –this is happening a lot, I sleep a few hours and then … (of course, normal times I, often enough, awake during the night, being an NT, a Night Owl, INTP, with my mind going a mile a minute, but being pregnant for so long now, it’s a […]

  • Updated sites

    I posted on my Hyperthinking Weblog today about Flickr Photo Page today with some pictures of the children from January, and photos of things in my backyard from today. Take a peek.

  • Hiatus Over

    This is my first post on this blog since late 2005. I closed it down, intending to move posts from here to my other blog, not all, just some, and started working on it via a MySQL text file, but became thoroughly worn out by the enormity of the job that I quit and kept […]

  • PalmSync for Thunderbird AB

    I got PalmSync to work (a Thunderbird extention to work with MozAB) today. I had tried and tried it when I first got my (Palm) Zire 31 not too long ago. I gave up. I tried it on my DH’s laptop as well, and Nada … so I gave up totally. Today I got it […]

  • Dual Obsoleteness

    Courtesy of: Tamara. I took this quiz twice, four of the Q’s I answered the same as before, but otherwise not. Following are the Two-Sides-of-Maisy: (fairly accurate of who I am, the divided me 😉 ) You are ‘programming in QBASIC’. This programming language (of which the acronym stands for ‘Quick Beginners’ All-purpose Symbolic Instruction […]

  • Flock

    I’m trying out FLOCK. Find it at http://www.flock.com. What is FLOCK? It’s a tool to use with blogs. It’s a browser too, built off of Mozilla. I use Firefox and love it. FLOCK is not a replacement, it’s still in BETA. It’s a way to aggregate posting of your blogs, if you have more than […]

  • My Bookpile Contest Entry

    Library Thing’s Bookpile Contest A note about this photo: I was on the LibraryThing blog and read the post there about the contest. So I briefly thought about it, read the contest “rules” aloud to my husband, while he didn’t listen very closely, then immediately got up from my computer seat and went to my […]

  • Je suis français

    Found thanks to Tamara: You Are French Food Snobby yet ubiquitous. People act like they understand you more than they actually do. What Kind of Food Are You? J’aime être français! [thanks to Google Language Tools! — I didn’t take French in school, only know a few phrases … I couldn’t have written that without […]

  • Run FF from removable media

    Firefox Help: Tips Run Firefox from removable media This advanced tip makes it possible to run Firefox from removable media, such as a USB memory stick. This will allow you to run Firefox with your personal settings from any computer, even those that don’t have Firefox installed. It has only been tested on Windows XP/2000. […]

  • Library Thing

    See my previous post about my eye, UGH, read the comments to see how it was resolved. 🙂 This post is about Library Thing. I signed up on 9-11-2005. I wasn’t sure how much I’d like it, since I’ve wanted a bar-code scanner and software for several years now, since I first read about it […]

  • Best Fall Foliage and Autumn Color Web Cams for 2005

    Best Fall Foliage and Autumn Color Web Cams for 2005 Check out the above link for links to some great Web Cams for Autumn Foliage views, or just lovely nature views! I’m linking to it to remind me (moi) to look often.

  • Eragon Character Quiz

    You are most like SAPHIRA Like the majestic dragon, Saphira, you are brave and ferocious in battle but also deep in ancient wisdom. You think before flying headfirst into battle. You prefer the solitude of the wilderness to the populated cities of Alagaësia. WHICH ERAGON CHARACTER ARE YOU MOST LIKE? The quiz is fairly meaningless […]

  • Homeschool “Hundred Acre Wood” style

    You are a Tigger Homeschooler. Tiggers jump intohomeschooling with both feet, as a grandadventure. Everything is about learning, andtheir days (and houses) show it. What kind of Hundred Acre Wood Homeschooler Are You? brought to you by Quizilla Sure, I knew that already. Woo! hoo! hoo! Just a cute quiz to take, maybe someone will […]

  • Society of Books

    I posted this quoted material on Carmon’s site I got a “Spam Karma” warning: two links, and a different email address, no doubt, pegged me for a spammer :veryshocked: :LOL: What book would you use to escape? I prefer to curl up with any of the Cordwainer Smith stories … here is a link to […]

  • Desks

    Frank got a desk for himself and a desk for me this past week. I put mine together the other day, it was easy, I just needed help with the glass for the top, carrying it over to be installed, then flipping the entire unit once built. I’m in the torn-apart kitchen with the new […]

  • Progress!

    It’s mid-morning in the USA now, and Audioscrobbler’s site is still only showing the “new site” message, but the magic behind the scenes must be working, the plugin I use is connecting and submitting now. It wasn’t earlier this morning. Progress! Update: [1:52pm] The plugin only connected to send in three or four tracks, but […]

  • Audioscrobbler Updating

    Audioscrobbler has been down for site maintenance. I got hooked on using them in, uh, May I think, or some such timeframe near to that. In July I had my computer, the Vaio GRV-550 laptop that died, it’s what I used to listen to music up in the main floor area of the house, connected […]

  • Plugins and Uprades: Troubles

    Working through issues, I’m not sure what’s what. I have been using CG-Referrer as a logging program and nasty combatant. I had WP 1.5 running since moving Hosts, and meant to get another WP running, but didn’t until yesterday. All along since updates to WP have been out I meant to upgrade, but didn’t, until […]