March 24, 2007
Update: dotClear 2 doesn’t seem to be smart when it comes to excerpts and feeds, it doesn’t do the “continue reading X post” just shows the whole post in the feeds and uses the excerpt on the actual blog, doesn’t seem like best solution so sorry about seeing the whole post on Planet-PHP :/
So I’m back, again sigh I always seem to manage to have my blog taken down for X amount of time and then come back 6 months later or so.
I finally decided to upgrade my blog to dotClear 2 and a worthwhile upgrade that was, I’m freaking loving it :D I’m even using the default theme and it’s sooooo pretty just big hurray to the theme designer.
A lot of things have happend since I last blogged (18th July 2006, sheese), I moved, changed jobs, pulled away from PEAR, pulled back into PEAR etc etc etc.
I’ll make couple of separated posts about various issues I’d like to share with everyone :P
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April 23, 2005
Note: This is my old laptop now!
Getting this wifi card working has been hell, a real hell I tell you.
I own a Aspire 1511LMi laptop, a true windows only laptop from Acer but why did I buy such a windows only laptop when I’m a linux user ? Well I simply didn’t think too much about it when I bought the laptop, I had chosen a totally different laptop for that matter, a MSI one tho I really doubt that had made my linux experience any better really ;-)
But when I finally went to buy the MSI laptop it was out and I really needed a laptop, so I just took a very similar laptop, except it was 64bit AMD which was okey since I knew my OS, Fedora Core had a 64 bit version so I just went for it, plus I got a dvd burner in this one, not the MSI one.
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April 19, 2005
I just took the “What kind of American English do you speak” test just like Joshua Eichorn just did, even tho I’m not a native english speaker nor do I speak it a lot but seems I speak/write a mix of everything :-) Well hell, the PHP/OSS world seems to understand my rants so it okey I guess ;-)
Your Linguistic Profile:
|60% General American English
|5% Upper Midwestern