So I have been on the search for zip code data, specifically wanting to get info on population per zip so I can break it down into metro areas for a little project I am working on. I stumbled across this free zip code database and it may be able to help out a bit. […]
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I am thinking about using Mturk to transcribe a podcast. I wanted to put it down to compe back to it later but if anyone has experience with this and would like to throw out some pointers feel free.
I was thinking about using Woothemes for a small cms project on 3dconstruction. I have not made any decisions yet on the final design or platform but if I end up going with Woo I will update this post with a full review.
I have begun the quest to start working on getting a specific firefox extension developed. So far my Google searches have turned up little fruit in this search. Are there any companies that specialize in this sort of development? If anyone has any insight or pointers dont hesitate to send them my way. The extension […]
As more and more software goes online many companies that flourished in the desktop enviroment will need to adjust. One such application is ManagerAssistant. The software is only available in desktop form and specializes in employee performance and appraisal reviews (it actually does a lot more than that). I am curious what kind of technology […]
Posted in Projects on Feb 21st, 2007
Have you noticed the cute little logos that appear next to the url on some websites. You can create your own icon from any image with an assortment of tools online, just do a search for ‘Favicon Generator tool’ and you will find a bunch of free ones. They all pretty much do the same […]
After learning about bumpkeys I think its time to change all the locks. Im not sure yet what type of lock to switch to but will update this post after a little research. In case any of you are interested in seeing what Im talking about check out the video below. Basically you take a […]
I have recently installed Joomla and Drupal. Both of them are great open source (meaning free) cms systems and really easy to install. Its actually a bit more difficult setting them up once installed from a user standpoint. From what I have found it seems like Joomla has a more robust designer community allowing you […]
This isn’t much of a post, just something that I don’t want to forget. I have been thinking about selling my rather new Lexus and getting back into an SUV. Most likely going the route of the new Toyota FJ Cruiser. One of the pet projects I have been waiting to do is to install […]
You can hack your wimpy shower but then worry about going to jail! Heres a guide to do both. read more about it here