Category Archives: Web/Internet
A week ago I posted about using PHP to display an RSS feed. We moved to a new server that did not have DOM enabled, so I have updated my code to use curl instead of DOMDocument. Either method does … Continue reading
Our school district had a need where we wanted to have the no school notice show on all of our district pages when an alert is sent out. I wanted to automate the process so that there wouldn’t need to … Continue reading
Webcams on Raspberry Pi is like salsa and chips – they just belong together. But sometimes making that happen isn’t straight forward. I’ve done it two ways and figured I would share with anyone else wanting an easy way to … Continue reading
There has been an enormous up-tick in hacking attempts, at least on web space that I manage as well as the servers at my day job. This means that more than ever, people need to be diligent about running all … Continue reading
I helped design a watch with MWC, and they are now on their website for sale in black and olive! To be fair, I only redesigned an existing watch dial. The rest is all MWC. It all started with me … Continue reading
http://www.wheel-size.com This is seriously one of the most interesting tag clouds I’ve used. I guess that is a bit telling about who I am.
Over the last few months I’ve set up and installed two Raspberry Pi’s. The first install was at work where the school wanted to have “digital signage.” I used a Raspberry Pi 2 running Raspbian and using the PiPresents application … Continue reading
Stock Now (2004) Processor 68040 @ 33 Mhz Overclocked 68040 @ 42 Mhz Hard Drive 250 mb 2.1 gb RAM 12 mb RAM 104 mb RAM CD-Rom 2x CD 4x CD Operation System Mac OS 7.6.1 Mac OS 8.1 The … Continue reading
The other day I needed to combine some pdf files into a single multi-page file. I hadn’t done this in linux before, so I did some searching on the ol’ internet. Sure enough, found an easy solution. UbuntuGeek.com shared this … Continue reading
I’ve finished the new site for the Norridgewock Area Chamber of Commerce. I’m pretty happy with it! I even added clickable phone numbers for those of us using smartphones on the web.