At the end of the thread, there’s a link to a whole bunch of hobby oscilloscopes!
This PC based scope looks promising:
Talk of other bench oscilloscopes
The site layout needs to change.
For home-page: (the blog page will be another page)
On top: Site title section: site title on left with advertising space on right.
Below title section is the top navigation menu.
Large ‘top’ widget area. Divide the area (screen width) in 2 sections. One section will list an up-to-date list of podcasts (
with link to the blog entry that featured it) and the other section will list the latest album releases in a chronological format (sorted by day posted).**
Widget area can be grown down for as many rows I need -> album reviews? photography?
Below the large widget area, is the main site content area. This space is divided 4/5 left area (for content) and 1/5 on right for widgets.
Top of the right widgets bar has a sponsors area.
** Re: podcast widget area. The widget displays a limited number (6 or 7 of “featured/recommended” podcasts. The featured podcasts are choosen by me (have to work on a mechanism to allow for this). All podcasts will be tracked. And they can be followed in the blog area/rss feed, with the “featured/recommended” podcasts being in the header of each blog.
All the podcasts will have a rating system implemented where users will be able to rate the podcast. This rating (average of last months’s worth of votes) in turn determines the sort order of the listings for both the featured and regular podcasts.
For the podcasts, categorize the podcasts. Ones that are purely music, and ones that provide some other content.
Create a widget to display a list of the tracked podcasts with a link to their respective latest podcast. If a podcast has not had an update in xx number of days/weeks, take it off the widget list (but still track it/query the RSS feed internally).
New Layout- Across the top will be the title. Beneath the title, there will be a grid, 2 boxes wide and x number of rows. Each box will contain a widget. Each box will have an defined height, and scroll bar. One widget would be the podcasts list. Another would be the latest album releases. Another would be latest photos. Another would be album reviews.
I’ve decided on the details for the photo book. 81-120 pages seems reasonable. 35 bandsx2 pages per=70pages then 6-8 DJ pictures, + table of contents, + chapter(day) breaks (2 pages per)… certainly more then 80 pages, though less then 120.
8×10, Matte finish paper, 81-120 page.
7×7, Standard paper, 81-120 pages.
Links to refer to later:
Canadian photography law
Blurb books I came across that I liked:
MUSIC FROM THE BARRIERS | John Paul Gleason | Portfolios
Up to about 113 pages in the book and that includes probably 6-8 empty pages. Expanded some band’s selection of photos so that there’s no more then 2 photos per page. Having 3 or 4 photos, shrinks the images down too much and since I have the pages to work with, keep the size as large as possible. The first page (with the artist’s title) used only one larger photo, and then subsequent pages get 2 photos per page.
Friday night (night before Neurodance) I was putting together my camera bag. Discovered that with the AC3 on the Pocketwizard TT1, I would not be able to use the Auto Focus assist tool that I made. Also, with the TT1 between the camera and the AF assist tool, the AF assist tool sits an inch higher then before. This throws off the alignment of the laser beam and the camera center AF point. Read more…
I created a test web site on my VPS, and like before, the way I would get to it was onsen.ca/~sitename . However this resulted in an error message “No input file specified. ”
Googling the problem resulted in no solution. Several site installs also resulted in no solution.
So I decided to try an older test site (djhanged) which I used to access at onsen.ca/~djhanged. It also didn’t work. This must be something to do with the DNS entries.
So I decided to use the VPS IP instead of onsen.ca. It worked.
I can now again access my test sites.
I love it when things are simple.
To install IonCube loading in cPanel, run the following as root:
# /scripts/phpextensionmgr install IonCubeLoader
You can then check if ionCube was installed by running:
# php -v