Month: December 2009

  • Bonus Books 2009

    These are the books I read this year after completing the resolution list. The Art of Racing in the Rain – Garth Stein – DONE – 322 pp (10,461 total) The Last Voyage of Columbus: Being the Epic Tale of the Great Captain’s Fourth Expedition, Including Accounts of Mutiny, Shipwreck, and Discovery – Martin Dugard […]

  • Full Body Scanners

    I was starting to be okay with this description of a whole body imaging  Transportation Security Administration plans to implement. One, there’s technology that allows the body to be transmuted into merely a cartoon stick figure. So it’s not as if anyone’s genitalia or private parts are being revealed. Instead, it’s just an outline of […]

  • Time of Death Dec 27, 2009 at 2:34pm

    Time of Death Dec 27, 2009 at 2:34pm Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Didn’t realize it was still on when I put it in my pocket for 2 hours. At least I still have my SLR. UPDATE: Ordered a replacement. Hope it is as good or faithful.

  • Time of Death Dec 27, 2009 at 2:34pm

    Time of Death Dec 27, 2009 at 2:34pm Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Didn’t realize it was still on when I put it in my pocket for 2 hours.

  • Ornamental Reflection

    Ornamental Reflection, originally uploaded by Ezra S F. Downtown Valdosta outside Bleu Cafe. Read and post comments | Send to a friend

  • Ornamental Reflection

    Ornamental Reflection Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Downtown Valdosta outside Bleu Cafe.

  • Ornamental Reflection

    Ornamental Reflection Originally uploaded by Ezra S F Downtown Valdosta outside Bleu Cafe.

  • Making Simple Tags Work in WordPress 2.9

    Followed Andy Fore’s instructions on adding WP 2.9 to the whitelist. The only problem I have so far discovered is Tag the Net doesn’t appear to work. The error: Fatal error: Cannot redeclare class services_json in /home/path/wplog/wp-includes/class-json.php on line 115 Looks like WordPress distributed a new class-json.php. Back in Simple Tags 1.6.5, this specific error was supposedly […]

  • December Dilemma

    From a CNN article, For Many, December’s a Dilemma by Joe Sterling (mentioned by Phillipe Copeland): Navigating the Christmas season can be a challenge for the millions of people who don’t celebrate the holiday. Many acknowledge and sometime embrace the season’s customs, such as gift-giving and sending out greeting cards, while at the same time […]

  • Blinded by Money

    In order to get my grandmother out of the house, Mom and I took her to see the Blind Side today. This is the classic horrible life until someone provides a opportunities and assistance. The helpers benefit by seeing how the helped improve. Annie in this case is a 6’6″ 320 pound black guy whose […]