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General Software Discussion / Re: Transpose
« on: October 29, 2010, 04:09 PM »
Nice idea.  I teh quite often.
Doesn't work on 7 ultimate 64 bit, though.

Living Room / Re: Any CPanel Gurus out there?
« on: August 21, 2010, 12:59 PM »
As above:

Change your parked domains to addon domains and you'll get exactly what you want. :-)"

Living Room / Re: Any CPanel Gurus out there?
« on: August 21, 2010, 11:56 AM »
I think you actually have to get into the HTML on your main page.<br>In the header area of your default page (index.htm or index.html), but a little JavaScript that looks at the actual page requested and then re-routes the browser to that page.<br>In this way, the user is sent to the page requested, no matter what the main page is named.
Change your parked domains to addon domains and you'll get exactly what you want. :-)

Living Room / Re: Some initial reflections on using an ebook reader
« on: August 16, 2010, 08:26 AM »
I've been using my old HP PDA as an ebook reader for about 8 years.  The small screen means I've got thousands of pages to read instead of hundreds, but the portability is worth it.
I have about 45 books on it right now and when I'm done, I'll wipe them (they're already in my Calibre catalog) and write new ones on the PDA; again from my computer's Calibre catalog.  I'm now saving up for a Nook (shouldn't take more than 3 years), as I believe that is the best e-reader for the bucks.  A Nook is not locked from loading books from your computer or other sources than Barnes & Noble.  The Kindle is locked in Amazon, and although the have a good booklist, I can get free books from many other places.

I advise everyone who has an e-reader to back up the books on their computer and use a good computer catalog to keep track of what will eventually be a lot of books and stories.

Living Room / Re: The geek galaxy: Explained!
« on: August 02, 2010, 11:30 AM »
I almost broke my screen trying to kill that #[email protected]% bug.

 :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)

Thank you!
I will really make use of this software to bring some order to my life.


@#$%^&*() or words like that...

How do you use the area?  Is it best to create shortcuts there?



"Land of the free and home of the chief executive officer that loves the camera and can't do much else."

Thanks - great blog/video.
But no chocolate cream soda!  I used to live on it as a kid.
I'd also like to see the old seltzer bottles come back and be affordable.


Downloaded and ran with default options.  Couldn't drag shortcut from desktop to area so I went to options and checked transparent.
Now I can drag icons to the area, but they disappear... Hmm?

running vista ultimate 64

any suggestions on what I did wrong?



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