Posts I liked –
- The geekfest known as SXSW was held recently, and apparently some passive agressive notes were found – I especially like the last photo
- A couple of posts from the Russians – first up, an amazing natural phenomenon where the sun’s light is reflected to show multiple suns.
- If you’re a fisherman at this time of the year, read this post for a reminder why you don’t drive your car on ice. It takes about 2 feet of ice to safely carry a car, but I wouldn’t even consider going on it myself. 😉
- Cugat’s found himself with a new Easter tradition. Though, if some movements were taken out, it’d be better. (fortunately, we don’t have to do the kneeling thing at my church, but we did have to change books every song…)
New blogs this week in the US Blogs community at BumpZEE –
- channel 58.4 ncaa – Well, as far as I know, 58.4 is not being used anymore, and the second game is visible on 58.3; the multicasting that had been in action the last few years has gone away in preference to having a game in HD.
- passive income – How the heck did you get here from there? Anyway, I know your intentions were to spam my blog. It’s just too bad that Akismet liked your comment sir. 😉
- how do databases work – free information – Er, you might be better off going to Wikipedia. 😉
- blogger typeface? – You can set that in the customize panel, or in the template.
This week around the blog, I talked about the release of WordPress 2.5; I’ve tried out the demo that’s available, but I’m still not impressed. I also talked about how the state can’t get its act together when it comes to speed limits.
Then, on Saturday, a message on Skype led to me talking about how one plugin developer is not making friends at all with his actions. I also gave some advice to parents out there – make sure your kids know what to say on the phone, ok?
Coming up, I actually have a draft started for posting; it’s a lot easier to have drafts when you have an offline blog editor. And speaking of offline editors, I gotta say that I’ve been won over by another one, and it’s from a surprising source. 😉
’til next week y’all! 😉