I think I’m bored.
Wait, I’m always bored.
Aha! I know… I’ll develop WordPress Themes. Hmmm, I’m a minimalist. So, maybe I’ll create Minimalist WordPress Themes.
Don’t worry, I know PHP. Honest! (Quick, what does PHP stand for? Don’t! Google! That! You’re right, it’s Philippine Peso.)
But… where to start? Ah, yes, here.
So… check back after about… a month. Maybe I can create a Minimalist WordPress Theme that you’ll like.
Here’s a cool application that guesses your gender based on your browser history. I know, it’s scary, right? No, not the gender guessing but the ability of a web application to look through your browser history.
I just tested it and I’m relieved it guessed my gender 98% correctly. Here are the “guess ratings” it made when it intrusively navigated through my browser history: Read the rest of this entry
The past few months, the Filipino social networking site, GrooveNet, has been buzzing *silently* across the Philippine web. GrooveNet is the exclusive distributor of There in the Philippines, an online 3D chat application that is perhaps second only to Second Life in terms of number of users and popularity. When you register at GrooveNet, you get an avatar for the 3D World and a profile page in the GrooveNet site itself.
You can upload MP3 songs to the music player provided in the profile page. Also, the profile owner can move around the panels. Moreover, the profile owner can add custom panels as he/she pleases. The owner can then add widgets to these custom added panels. Read the rest of this entry
I support the initiative to drop Internet Explorer 6 ASAP a hundred and one and one-half percent. Well, I haven’t been supporting IE6 for maybe six months now anyway. I guess you can partially blame my Vista OS for not supporting IE6. I imagine IE6 can be a bitch especially when you’re customizing your WordPress themes. Read the rest of this entry
So, you just bought a new desktop or laptop and it came pre-installed with Windows Vista. You decided to maintain a blog and you would like to customize its theme. You know that customizing a theme is tedious so you decide to setup a local version of your blog. You download the Windows version of Apache, MySQL and PHP. Problem is, with the supposedly more secure Vista system, you can’t make some of them to work with the other.
I’m sure you’ve guessed by now that I’ve experienced this. Using the ever trusted Google, I found this. It’s very neat – it has a video of how to install Apache, MySQL and PHP on Vista.