Archive for September, 2007


September 26, 2007

Today, I went to the Southern California Informix User Group.  It was a long day (almost 12 hrs).  But I enjoyed it.

New photos online

September 23, 2007

I’m sorry that it’s taken so long. My main box at home will let me do everything online — except upload photos. No joke. So, I finally sat down, transfered some photos to my work laptop to upload them to the ‘net. I still haven’t figured out why my home machine wont play nice.

I now have the following photos online:

New dev box

September 15, 2007

In my “You bunt, too!” post on Aug 21st, I mentioned that the Desktop version of Ubuntu didn’t have any options to load apache, mysql and php (among other things). Happily, I was able to load those quick enough. And I just finished getting a copy of Subversion and Trac installed onto my Ubuntu laptop. Which means that I now have a portable development machine. I’m pretty excited. But I’m not promising that I’ll spend much time developing stuff.

What prompted all of this, is that I was wanting to play with PHP 5, but my host wasn’t running it.  Now, after going through all of this work to build a dev box, I’ve received an email from my host stating that all servers will be upgraded to run PHP 5 later this month.  Lovely!

But I’m still happy with my Ubuntu experience, and will continue to play with it.

Longer and Harder

September 13, 2007

Wednesday after work, I took another bike ride to Point Loma and back. Only this time, I added a loop south before heading north on Harbor Dr. Totals: 3 hours 8 minutes; 40.242 miles; 12.9mph avg.