Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007-02-01
The Bamboo projekt site has been getting a lot of traffic from Japan, and following the referrers back I’ve found a few blog articles about it, of which these are the best two. So if you happen to 日本語ができます, then you might like to check these out:
Google Sitemaps for Pebble 2
Hansar Cafe / Bar, Sukhumvit Soi 1, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-12-23
Google Sitemaps is a mechanism that gives you some level of control over how Google indexes your website, including:
Hansar Cafe / Bar, Sukhumvit Soi 1, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-12-03Traimit is a less touristed temple in Bangkok which is known for the slightly unusual history of it's main Buddha image.
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-11-12
ในปัจุบันนี้ คนที่ใช้อินเเตอเน็ตส่วนใหญ่ จะมีรหัสผ่านกันเป็นจำนวนมาก ยกตัวอย่างเช่นธนาคารออนไลน์, email หรือ แม้แต่การบริการข่าวสารออนไลน์บางประเภท ในปัจจุบันนี้จำเป็นต้องใช้ รหัสผ่านด้วย
Bamboo 1.0.1 Released
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2007-01-16
Last night I released Bamboo 1.0.1 to sourceforge.net. Bamboo is really something of a thinkpiece. It is one solution to the problem of laying out content for the web, a problem space that I think the existing technologies of HTML and CSS don’t adequately solve.
Pebble 2.0.1 on Java 1.4
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-12-11This evening I found time to upgrade my site to Pebble 2.0.1. My host is still on Java 1.4, so I had to make the same patches as I made when getting Pebble 2.0.0 RC2 running on Java 1.4.
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-11-14
The Shinjuku Thief website. 10 years old, and quite frankly looking it.
Pebble 2.0.0 RC2 on Java 1.4
Home, Bangkok, Thailand, 2006-11-08My site ran on Pebble 1.9 for several months until I noticed it was leaking memory and running up to 99% CPU. I decided to upgrade to Pebble 2, which targets Java 1.5, but the host I have has 1.4, and I couldn't put a 1.5 JDK up there, so I had to get Pebble 2 to run on 1.5. These are some notes from that experience.
Microsoft Outlook Express Corruption
Mai Tai Bar, Melbourne, Australia, 2006-05-05The drivers provided with the IBM T42, and probably other similar models, are slightly dodgy such that sometimes when you suspend and resume Windows, network connections don't work. I've hit this problem a few times since I've had my T42, and normally a quick restart does the trick. Last night I ended up in the situation where my network wasn't working, and I couldn't restart because Synergy had hung, and my mouse and keyboard weren't working, so a hard-boot was the only option. After that everything was back to normal.