Palazzo Check-In Skylight, originally uploaded by Ezra F.
Dreamhost collects the access and error logs for the web site domains they host for me. The stats are crunched by Analog. The numbers are okay. I much prefer Google Analytics. (Even AWStats is better.) Analog is good enough. While at Bbworld, Nicole asked me about the hits to her wedding web site. She made… Continue reading Stats
My cameras (yeah, two of the three) have lots of pictures. Expect some this weekend. Hopefully they will be paced to last the week rather than an insane dump all at once. Watch my Flickr. Yet again, I failed to blog at BbWorld. Probably I would had wifi been available in the sessions. Instead, I… Continue reading Bbworld ’08
Image via Wikipedia I remember as a kid, my parents restricting television and video game use because they would both make me stupid and violent. They worked too hard, so I had plenty unsupervised time to violate the rules. Plus no force would make me do homework. The past half decade has seen a resurgence… Continue reading Causal Stupidity
Star Trek: The Experience is shutting down September First? Geeks don’t make the annual pilgrimage to pray at the alter of the captain’s chair. Maybe Vegas is too expensive. Between dropping hundreds monthly on movie tickets, DVDs, comics, and video games, spending three months rent to see ST:XP doesn’t have the right magic.
Wary, originally uploaded by Ezra F. He or she very carefully sat still and watched me take pictures. Later, I touched the back of the shell to cause a hiss and retreat back into the shell. This is my new favorite. UPDATE: Same Eastern Box Turtle (Terrapene Carolina) as in Fear or alt. He or… Continue reading Wary
Apparently LinkedIn.com let their SSL certificate expire this morning. Assuming they really let it expire, this is a big oops. Hopefully, someone in their Production Operations Group has been alerted to the problem and is working on getting a new one. The screenshot is from Firefox 3. In the old days, Firefox or Netscape used… Continue reading Firefox 3 and SSL Certificates
Leaves are Red, Moss is Green, originally uploaded by Ezra F. … the Red
I just noticed an item in Behind the Blackboard for “Direct Help”. This seems to be a way Blackboard is attempting to help students and parents find assistance by directing them to institutions. I probably missed the propaganda about this initiative. Though I do understand the problem and why it ought to be solved. People… Continue reading Blackboard’s Direct Help