Επιστροφή στο μέλλον!
Επιστροφή λοιπόν από τις μπλογοδιακοπές.Η μεταφορά του μπλόγκ από το Rapidweaver στο blogger πήγε μια χαρά. Το μόνο πρόβλημα που είχα είναι πως τα δημοσιεύματά μου στα Ελληνικά, που δεν είναι και πολλά σε αυτό το μπλόγκ - προς το παρών
Back from blog-vacation!
Well, this wasn't really a vacation per-se, but rather an excuse to try and move my blog from the RapidWeaver default blog page to blogger using RapidBlog. Most things went without a hitch. I was able to move all my posts to blogger (50 posts per day because of Blogger's limit), and then I spent some time changing links, making sure that things work and you don't get any page-not-found errors.All
Μπορεί να είδατε το σημείωμά στα Αγγλικά, αλλά καλού κακού είπα να το βάλω και στα
Annual Blogging Vacation!
Monday, May 4 2009 04:58 | Personal
It's that time of the year again!Time to take this blog off the front burner, put it on the back burner, and make some website updates. Yes most people tend to do these updates while keeping their blog in service, however with Final Papers and Final Exams coming up in the Month of May, I've decided to take my blogger's vacation now :-)I will still be blogging on my ID blog (click here to go there)
Άσχετο, άλλα χτες συνειδητοποίησα κάτι. Εδώ και μισό χρόνο έχω κόψει πολλά πράγματα
Τις προάλλες κοίταζα στο google images να βρω μερικές εικόνες από ελληνικά προϊόντα για ένα
Wednesday, Apr 29 2009 09:16 | Humor
I've walked by this information board many times over the past month and I had never really noticed the un-necessary quotation marks. This morning I stopped and snapped a photo of it. I wonder what they mean by "off-peak" LOL :-)
Tuesday, Apr 28 2009 09:14 | Technology
Just as I was reminiscing about the good ol' times of Web 1.0, Yahoo Chat, my email pen pals, and all the new people I met online as I entered college, here's another service that is biting the dust: Geocities.Way back when, before I paid for my own website, I designed and published my website on Geocities. The URL was somewhat obscure like geocities.com/starTrek/Sector/7440/username. You essentially
Do we need a website?
Here's an interesting thought. Back in the early days of the internet, when Joe Shmoe wanted to have an internet presence, he needed to code in HTML, get some web space and have his website hosted. As that average Joe, I created my site first with Geocities's site builder, then through HTML, and eventually through RapidWeaver.Of course the question now is do we need to spend money on a hosting service?
Friday, Apr 24 2009 13:04 | Technology
I saw this on slashdot the other dayIt's more than 10 years since people started making a living writing web page markup, yet the job title (and role) has yet to settle down. Not only that, but there are different types of people who write markup: those that approach the craft as essentially an integration task, and those that see it as part of UI design overall. The situation is further complicated