After attempting to view the site in Netscape 4.79, I discovered a problem with my current CSS. The issue has been fixed and all text should now be viewable. Ensure that you "reload" or "refresh" the domain page to get the latest version. If you discover any other issues, please contact me.
Attention: I need your help! If you arrived at this domain through a "flash navigation bar," please contact me! For the last several months, a problem has been eluding me. Upon viewing my server logs, I receive many times per day, requests for my "old" flash navigation buttons that did appear on my domain, last YEAR. No existing page still has the navigation buttons and they have been deleted for some time. This generates "404" errors in my server logs. The issue? Someone or something is attempting to steal my [Continue Reading]
New additions to the family have arrived. Check the photos out.
Upon request, I reformatted the Windows XP Services Information to be more "screen reader" friendly. I also made slight adjustments to the "safe" service configuration settings. The changes include recommending that the Computer Browser Service and Server Service be placed into disabled. However, if you require file and print sharing, the Server Service is required to run on the system that is sharing resources and one system on the network should have the Computer Browser Service on automatic.
I redid my FDISK Guide to be formatted like my newer guides.
I updated the "E-Mail Filtering Guide" to include an adjustment with one of my filters.
Quick Rant: (View the previous ones) When I purchased Asheron’s Call 2, really, my first "online broadband experience," I was hoping for a time of fun and enjoyment. However, with their "monthly" updates to the game, only thing it seems like I am doing is paying $12.95 a month for the privilege of BETA testing the product! Take this month for example: "New content" was uploaded to the server for another "episode," however it introduced a bug that causes all crafted items to be "tier 1." For those of you [Continue Reading]
BINGO! Finally, Intel releases today "my dream chipset." The new Intel 875P chipset includes support for all of the latest gadgets; to name a few: AGP8X Dual-channel DDR400 memory Quad pumped 200 MHz bus speed (equating to 800 MHz vice 133 x 4 = 533) RAID 0 (stripping) with a Serial ATA interface USB 2.0 Even though the first P4 CPU’s that support the new 800 MHz bus have been postponed due to "problems," the 875P chipset is the step in the right direction for Intel to finally implement all [Continue Reading]