I kept putting off my upgrade, but now I’m finally running the very up to date release of WordPress. After doing the requisite cp -R to make a backup of the files and mysqldump for the db, I pressed the button. Done. And, now I even get notifications about the theme I’m using having an […]
Author Archives: Tony
Adobe LiveCycle 9.0 (ES2) DDX Reference
When trying to fully take advantage of Adobe Acrobat files using ColdFusion, you’re going to have to delve into the world of DDX. Although several bloggers have linked to the Adobe DDX reference so that ColdFusion programmers can get the full syntax, almost all of the links no longer work due to reorganization of Adobe’s […]
I can’t wait to try out the new features when I get time to do a proper upgrade.
Using Google MyMaps as Live KML Data Sources
I felt very clever when I discovered how to get to the actual KML exported as part of the “View in Google Earth” feature of Google’s MyMaps area of Google Maps. I still don’t know why I didn’t make the leap sooner from downloading the data to using it live in an application. Although I […]
FLOSS Friday: Task Coach
I didn’t know that this software had been ported to so many platforms, but I’m grateful it is.
FLOSS Friday: ID3 Tag Editor
This Windows-only shell extension is excellent for fixing the metadata associated with your MP3 collection.
FLOSS Friday: Audacity
I’m a latecomer to Audacity, but I really appreciate its power and ease of use.
FLOSS Friday: PuTTY
There is no substitute for the excellent PuTTY when you’re needing a Telnet or SSH client.
FLOSS Friday: Portable Apps
As a during-work Windows user, I really love the idea and implementation of Portable Apps.