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  This entry is in the “Blog Entry Poster” which may or may not be Google-blog. Unfortunately the drivel application runs my paragraphs together. That may be an issue/feature of the API, so it may happen on this tool as well. If so, I’ll have to try and use HTML […]

Testing blogs part two


I’m testing out some new blogging tools. When I reformatted my system, I lost the two tools that I had installed. So, I’m finding one that suits me. One problem that I had was that one of the two tools ran everything together as one giant paragraph. So, I’ll have […]

Testing blogging tools.




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Wow, it’s been a long time since I updated this blog. In that time, I’ve switched my computers around a bit. And I’ve gone almost 100% Windows free. I still have a couple of virtual machines running Windows Vista and XP. My “home server” is running Fedora 14 (Amahi Home […]

Restarting the Blog.



This series of posts will be based on the articles at PC Pro’s site. They offer a complete guide to Ubuntu, which is pretty good (although there are a couple of things that I would have stated differently). The series will start within the next week or so (no later […]

A Complete Guide to Ubuntu



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Well, I got Tracks working for the most part. The only limitation that I have is that I can’t send tasks via email/sms to it (because I don’t have a MX Record for my server). It turned out that I was sending my tasks on a daily basis–but they were […]

An Update on Tracks


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I’ve set up a “Tracks” server (http://www.getontracks.org for the system and http://www.bitnami.org for the actual virtual machine with the system pre-configured) in order to try and organize my time better. So far, it seems to be alright–except for the fact that the mail capabilities are not set up by default. […]

Time Management and GetOnTracks