This winter has been mild. Ski resorts were late opening, ice fishermen have had to postpone tournaments and now ski planes may have to trade in their skis for wheels for the EAA Skiplane Fly-in.
Okay, it ain’t pretty but I’ve added a search function. If anyone finds a bug in it please let me know. Maybe this will help all those folks that get here through search engines looking for the entry I made on Annika Irmler.
Turn about is fair play.
Okay, Todd over at Flutterby pointed it out and I like the playlist here: musicforhackers.com [Soundscapes for compromising a remote host]. So far it has proven very conducive to work.
Sushi sent me this link to the Lancashire Ghosts it literally scared the @#$% out of me. You really do need to follow the directions on this one.
Scott Andrew hit on a thought for what could be a solution to a problem I’m having. It sure would be nice if Blogger, first of all produced valid XHTML markup but, would validate the markup I placed in my entries to ensure that the mark up in my blog remained valid. So, what if something like the W3C validator existed that could communicate back with Blogger or Movable Type or any other CMS you might be using via XML-RPC or SOAP to let you know you have an error and where? I like the idea, Scott.