This looks way cool. Check it out. I guess GE is about to introduce a fuel cell for the home. Click Here for more.
I was looking for some software to make my home page load quicker (by shrinking the images). ImageReady is one such product. As I was looking I noticed Photoshop 6.0 is about to come out. Thought some of you might be interested.
This is the most interesting thing I’ve seen in a while. Warning: It’s not for those easily grossed out.
I went to Boston at the beginning of September to visit my friend Scott
Other people might call this a Japanese pancake. Either way it’s round and as most people cut it into pie like slices and since it’s more like a pizza in the ingredients department I think pizza is a better description.
Ugh, well. I should be in bed because I’m sick. I went to Boston over the weekend and I must have caught something from somebody on the airplane. It seems like it’s finishing up. Just a runny nose now.
I don’t know why I’m doing this really except because it’s fun but I’ve automated my webpages some more. Now most pages are generated dynamically. I’m sure there are still some bugs. The main files are content only and the content is inserted into a template when you go there. Soon I will update the template and things should look much cooler.
Hopefully in the next week or so I’ll add a page about Boston.
Well it’s mostly done. Now I can create a headline and it gets added to my home page automatically. The home page will always display at least 10 headlines and all headlines less than 1 month old. The sitemap and the old headlines page are also generated automatically. The major thing left to do is to give all the pages a new look by separating the content from the layout. That’s going to take some thought though.
Still working on the new stuff. This is just a test.
I’m redoing my website. My plan is to make it more "slashdot" like. What does that mean? It means that the front page will be date orientated showing the most resent 10 or so additions to my website. It will be a few days until it’s complete.
The other is "regular" Italian pizza. Or is that American pizza? I don’t know. Anyway, so far, Japanese pizza is the best I’ve had. They start with a pretty standard American style pizza and then add all kinds of stuff not common in America but very delicious. For example here is what’s on some of the pizza’s in this ad.