Traditional swing car doors are fine, except when space becomes a premium such as a tight parking lot, a narrow garage or a high curb. I typically don’t have too much trouble since I’m not a big person, but there has got to be a better way…. My initial thought was a car with 4 […]
When I worked at CSUMB, myself and another employee took the RSS feed from an application I managed which was trying to be the campus-wide calendar and developed a Flash page which displayed all of the items from the RSS feed on a web page. Once we had that we could display that page anywhere. Much […]
Over the years I have been in a variety of positions in a variety of companies, sometimes very content, and other times ready for a change. Over the years I have developed my own criteria for evaluating how good a job is and I have narrowed it down to 4 attributes: Location – How far/close […]
Before going to sleep instead of reading a book, I catch up on my news feeds using feedly on my phone. Although many people say reading your phone before going to sleep is bad but for me it helps me relax and puts me to sleep, sometimes even waking me up from my early slumber because my […]
Being a computer guy, people would come up to me and ask me the question “Which computer should I buy?”. I would typically respond with a “what do you want to do with it?”. After answering the question too many times to count I though that having a web site called SpecSavvy which defined what can […]
So I added the SpecSavvy.algaze.org subdomain. After adding that I had to edit the mediawiki config file to have mediawiki use specsavvy.algaze.org vs. algaze.org/specsavvy. Check out the wiki, create an account and feel free to add specs for any products you know about.
So I got my next idea started. SpecSavvy, a user contribution wiki where users can post specifications (specs) on various levels on products and others can use those specs to compare apples to apples at various vendor. For example, if you are looking to purchase a new computer, you can find the specs for a […]
The intention of the RSS Slideshow is for any person or organization to be able to use the tool to display an RSS feed from within their organization or externally on a monitor in a lobby, dining area or anywhere people congregate. This is my first attempt at an open source project and I’m actually […]