Internet Savvy

An old friend sent me an instant message. Amazes me how many become more and more internet savvy. Perhaps soon I will have have to abandon the internet at work as they take more and more of my time? Naw…

Navigation

Changed the navigation at the Fountain Of Knowledge. It utilizes a DHTML menu script to open a menu bar. The inspiration came from this lovely lady’s site called Grain of Gold. Looked up the site that built the script and used their instructions to place it on my site. – – – – – – – –… Continue reading Navigation

Security Day

SecurityWatch has an interesting article discussing a new virus which looks for filenames which might contain kiddie porn. Once it identifies a file that may contain it, the file and email address are emailed to a government agency. Read the article. Another article discusses a bill circulating the House which would allow ISPs to sue spammers.… Continue reading Security Day

Safe

Tom Wise has another opinion article out on Racism and the criminal justice system. Read it on Alternet.org ———- Shopping online with a credit card should be getting safer. Inter@ctive Week has an article on Mastercard, Visa, and American Express approaches to making this stuff safe. Inter@ctive Week article

Sense

A Dennis Leary quote: Racism isn’t born, folks. It’s taught. I have a 2 – year old son. You know what he hates? Naps! End of list. — Denis Leary If you believe everything you read, you better not read. — Japanese proverb We rarely think that people have good sense unless they agree with… Continue reading Sense

Shelves

There is something about shelves. For some reason the ultimate design for a room to me is covered with the things. I even designed one room with 2 cabinet doors on each wall where one could hand paintings, but behind would of course be more shelves. I could never have enough shelving as more shelves… Continue reading Shelves

Art to Flying

“…there is an art to flying…or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.” Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything