I have sifted through about 370 E-Mails this morning and it is time for food. I still have around 450+ to go, but I hope to have them all looked at later on tonight. Unfortunately, the average response rate is about 40%.
I am now getting more E-Mails then I can read in one day. As such, my E-Mail address has been temporarily removed until I catch up.
I encourage all DNS server administrators and E-Mail server administrators to consider adding a SPF record to help fight spammers using your domain to send their solicitations. More information can be found at http://spf.pobox.com/.
I did not make my deadline mainly because I wish to catch up on my massive backlog of E-Mail before I post any new content. I still have just over 600 E-Mails waiting to be read. If I do not get back to you, I hope you understand that I cannot answer personal technical support questions. (READ WHY)
I have made minor adjustments to several Windows XP information pages. Very soon, hopefully this weekend, I will post my Windows XP Service Pack 2 findings relating to services. With around 80 pages of printed text to edit, I may not make my self imposed deadline, but I will try my best.
With regards to World of Warcraft Beta, I modified a few UI files to make my life (and maybe yours) a bit easier. The changes include: Quest log is instant and shows level numbers Target tool tip moved from the bottom right to top middle of screen Mods that were taken partially from Cosmos: Party HP/Mana/Rage/Energy show always as text Party Buffs (16)/Debuffs (8) always show And something I conjured up myself (the code was always there, just not used): The HP status display bar fades nicely from Green -> [Continue Reading]
Why can’t I access/check my Hotmail or Yahoo account using my DSL connection? This particular issue came about due to a family member that was unable to check their HTTP E-Mail accounts after a new installation of SBC DSL either by accessing it via a browser or Outlook Express. After over two hours of banging my head against the monitor, I figured out the solution.
A change in the way I publish information (pass and present) on the domain is coming. A new (but very old) philosophy is in my head and I hope to follow through with it. However, due to my “knee-jerking” behavior in the past, I am going to wait 48 hours to ensure that I am doing “the right thing” until it is “active.”
The web site color switching feature has returned. Enjoy!