Our Sarah’s High School friend Sara Jean performed with Tom Schraeder and His Ego on Dec 28th at Schuba’s Tavern in Chicago. She had done this before last year and I had asked her to tell us when she would be preforming again. She Facebooked me and since both Bette and I were on vacation… Continue reading Holiday 2009 – Sara Jean at Schubas
Our latest addition to the Chwalisz family of bloggers: Our Other Sara(h) blogs about life, love and adventure on the Continent.
Finally dumping my D-Link DSB-H4 USB powered hub. I think I got it for 10 bucks, and I think it worked for about 20 minutes. Then as soon as you plug something in, all the lights would go black and I would fear for my motherboard. I just marked it with “US” and tossed it… Continue reading Adios D-Link USB Hub
Get the storage folder; redirect the domain there; Get the code into the target dir: $ svn co http://core.svn.wordpress.org/tags/2.9 . Copy wp-config.php $ cp wp-config-sample.php wp-config.php Get new secret keys: https://api.wordpress.org/secret-key/1.1/ Edit wp-config.php $ vi wp-config.php Change dbname, hostname, password. Change 4 secret key lines to above lines. Run config: http://example.com/blog/wp-admin/install.php Set up the profile… Continue reading A New WordPress Install
Or as Cousin Mike puts it – “Joe versus the volcano. My brother Joe’s 10 seconds of fame….” Joe: Here is a link to the video that the Post had briefly Friday morning. It is one of the few that has me talking….. in case you care. John asked for the video where I could… Continue reading Cousin Joe’s 15 minutes of fame
Or, Use SQL Squirrel and JDBC to dedupe MusikCube playlists I use MusikCube a lot. That said, I sometimes share files from various machines that have duplicate files, and rather than hand-edit the playlists after each synchronization to eliminate the duplicate albums, I want an automated way. Since MusikCube runs on SQLite, why not do… Continue reading DeDuping MusikCube playlists