Every time a Vista 3 node is shut down without going through the initiated shut down process, there is a chance of incorrect data written to the tracking files (in NodeA/tracking/). Normally it leaves strange characters or partial lines at the end of the file. This is the first time I have seen it write… Continue reading Odd Tracking File Recording
It seems when Mozilla Thunderbird’s Message Filters window is closed by Windows shut down instead of a user close, any changes to filters are lost.Â Guess I’ll just have to make sure I close the filters window when I am done.
It has been a hectic week. A recap… Java certificate fix – Yesterday, August 23rd, the certificate distributed in various Java applets expired. The community discovered the issue and informed Blackboard who put out a fix for the more current products on August 15th. Many customers are leery of having such little lead time to… Continue reading Recap of Vista Stuff
The email was an innocuous “Ooh, shiney!” message. RSS feeds are now available for a status site. However, one thing concerned me…. RSS is a relatively new and easy way to distribute content and information via the Internet. I personally have been aware of RSS since 2002. However, as I am a relatively late adopter… Continue reading RSS Is Relatively New?
Zamzar came in useful today. Someone sent a WordPerfect document. My Windows XP didn’t know what to do with it, so I found Zamzar off my del.icio.us bookmarks and sent the file for conversion. I was able to open the file no problem. Fantastic! I can see lots of uses for this sort of thing.… Continue reading File Conversion
I have been looking to use Prism. A gotcha I hit was it balked at any site using a self-signed SSL certificate. A recommendation was to copy the cert8.db file from a FirefoxÂ profile to a Prism profile. This actually worked. Locating it is a bit of a pain in the ass on Windows. It… Continue reading Mozilla Prism Self-Signed SSL Issue
Finally got over my YouTube issueâ€¦. Basically, the upload form said files were limited to 100MB. Thatâ€™s like 1 minute for the default settings of my Canon Elph (640Ã—480 @ 60 fps). So I end up not having to use longer videos I shot. Until I found Google Video had a downloadable tool to push… Continue reading YouTube
Finally got over my YouTube issue…. Basically, the upload form said files were limited to 100MB. That’s like 1 minute for the default settings of my Canon Elph (640×480 @ 60 fps). So I end up not having to use longer videos I shot. Until I found Google Video had a downloadable tool to push… Continue reading YouTube
Hope, loss, and bicycles in Zambia – World Blog – msnbc.com (tags: charity) National Geographic News Photo Gallery: Ten Endangered U.S. Beach Towns Named (tags: science geography) ADL Community: Supporting the Global Advancement of Distributed Learning (tags: standards community collaboration learning education) How to kill or close all running programs in Windows quickly (tags: software.microsoft.windows)… Continue reading links for 2007-10-31
UPDATED: The below content is outdated due to being ancient. This post will stick around to help people get to the new version:Â Live HTTP Headers Equivalent for IE or Edge 2016 … … … … … … … … … … I looove the Live HTTP Headers extension for Firefox. (Yes, I will marry it… Continue reading Live HTTP Headers Equivalent for IE