So I attended the Spartanburg Tea Party monthly meeting in October, and it was REALLY good. It featured several candidates for state and local office, and not just from the Republican Party, but from the Libertarian and Constitution Parties too. (Extra super bonus points go to Timothy Moultrie who is running for Superintendent of Education, […]
Yearly Archives: 2010
In case you didn’t see my prior post New Windows 7 FUD: Faking User Delight, I signed up for a Windows 7 House Party, with the intentions of ALSO showcasing Linux to the curious people who showed up. I put out some flyers at USC Upstate and told the Computer Science faculty. So, what happens […]
Linux In The Ham Shack – Ohio Linuxfest Booth – Talk-In Simplex: 146.520 MHz Ohio State University Amateur Radio Club Repeater: 442.6 MHz (shift: +5 Mhz, PL/CTCSS: 114.8 Hz) West Central Ohio Amateur Radio Association Repeater: 145.110 MHz (Dayton and Columbus), Cross-band link: 224.160 University of Cincinnati Amateur Radio Club Repeater: 147.060+ MHz – 100Hz […]
So I finished my QSL cards. This post will serve as a placeholder showing my current QSL card (and any past ones), as well as an explanation of the items on the card. Pics and details after the jump!
So … you have an e-commerce checkout page or a secure login thusly giving you the need to have an SSL page. But you don’t want people then staying in SSL the whole time, and adding an additional burden to your servers, do you? Here’s the simple solution, using mod_rewrite. The following two code snippets […]
Tons and tons of pictures and blog entires about the 2010 Southeast Linuxfest after the jump!
Stephen Spector, Community Manager for Xen, as well as a speaker and exhibitor at the 2010 Southeast Linuxfest, made the mistake of interviewing me. Apparently nobody told him I’m not actually important. You can watch more interviews at SELF, and got a whole bunch more open source goodness, at Stephen’s blog Open Source Exposed over […]
Apparently they’ll interview anybody on Ubuntu User. Even me. How did that happen? People, Personalities, and Planners: Who’s behind your FOSS events? SELF10 Planner – Jeremy Sands
Apparently his three previous mailings which all got no response wasn’t enough of a clue. Click the title of this entry to view the full page containing pics of the letter, and my response.