Some changes will be made to this weblog over the next few days or weeks, so there may be non-operational moments of unpredictable lengths.Continue reading
Do Public Schools Need to Save Money?
Debian GNU/Linux “Lenny” 5.0 released as stable. Highly recommended!Continue reading
A great little Stay on Top utility…
The other day I was looking for a way to keep a window on top while entering its values in another window, and laying both windows side by side wasn’t the best option for one of the windows. So, I started searching for a Stay on Top utility. PowerMenu adds a right click menu to…Continue reading
Improved Proofreading in WordPress Part II
Some modifications you can make to WordPress 2.1.2 to help proofread your posts before publishing them.Continue reading
Improved Proofreading in WordPress
How to add a third font to the Write Post page of WordPress 1.5.2Continue reading
Complicated voting machines!
Alternate title: My first experience of voting on a Direct Recording Electronic or DRE device. On Nov 7, 2006, upon arrival at the polling place with completed sample ballot in hand, unfamiliar voting machines were visible from the doorway. I asked the poll workers if paper ballots were available. They were! They asked me if…Continue reading
A good RSS feedreader?
Win98 security patch
Now that Microsoft is no longer supporting Win98SE, where will people get security patches as they become necessary? Via cnet.com, one such third-party Win98 security patch source is calling themselves the Zero Day Emergency Response Team, or ZERT.Continue reading
AOL and AntiVirus Software?
Antivirus protection is generally one of the must have software products if your computer is connected to the Internet. Commercial programs vary in their effectiveness and cost, but there are also some reasonably good free anti-virus programs available, if you look for them.Continue reading