Just discovered this very handy online tool called selecoracle. Put in CSS selector syntax and it will tell you what’s being selected:
I figured this out by intuition, since I couldn’t find a tutorial online. It is very easy to import a list of tasks into Google tasks. I had a list of movie names, one name per line, that were on my “to watch” list in a text file. I selected all the names and copied them to the windows clipboard, and then pasted into a single task in Gmail window. Google tasks then automatically realized that each line that I was pasting into the single task was actually a separate task, and created a new task per text line I was pasting. Awesome!
I created this rough map of where to park for my birthday party this weekend. You should try to park at A first, then B, and lastly C, or whatever is more convenient for you. The restaurant is denoted as 7W on the map. There should also be $3 Valet parking available in front of the restaurant.
I’ve used a quick website builder (RV Site Builder) before to build a new simple site quickly, but what about more complicated and flexible sites? I’m using WordPress to write this blog, but I don’t want to make a site with it. I don’t want to do a lot of hand coding (even though I’m a computer programmer, go figure). Anyway, it seems that Drupal and Joomla are very powerful web development alternatives that don’t require a lot of coding.
I haven’t hosted with greengeeks.com (yet), but they have a good comparison on these tools.
- RVSiteBuilder is a simple beginners brochure site.
- WordPress is simple and reliable and more customizable, like a Honda.
- Joomla is more powerful than WordPress, like a sports car
- Drupal is the most customizable, like a kit car.
Here’s the article: http://greengeeks.com/why-us/free-site-builders.php
This is a great site for installing lots of free software with a couple of clicks. http://www.freenew.net
I had no idea that there is a Russian alphabet song until I found this one:
So, I am installing Windows 7 now, and I discovered one little bug that cased me to reinstall 3 times. After installing onto the hard drive and performing initial bootup, I had a black screen but could see the cursor. Because I had an HDMI cable plugged into my motherboard, it wasn’t detecting my monitor as primary, so I saw nothing but that cursor. As soon as I unplugged the HDMI cable the setup screen booted right up.
I never knew how to say the # button on the phone or keyboard in Russian, until I found this article on Wikipedia: