14 Jul 2001 rybolov   » (Journeyer)

S'alright, S'OK. S'OK, S'alright.

This morning I spent hanging out with the kids while Alyse slept. She got home at 0830, having been up all night.

Evening-ish, I went over to the kyrgan house to rescue him from php/MySQL and to finally get close to finishing this project I've been working on for him. It's putting some production figures into a database, and retrieving them with selectable criteria. Of course, the whole thing uses htaccess to keep track which users are which, and I've built quite a scheme for adding/deleting, and updating users, clients, and client locations.

One of these days I'll even have to explain how it all works together to him....lol

sethcohn made me a template for business cards that he's going to do a run on for me. I'm oh-so thankful for it. Check out the logo he used.

My chest is sore where I landed on my bike yesterday. I landed right on my handlebar end as it was sitting on the ground and sticking straight up. I think I'm going to get a huge, wicked-looking bruise on my sternum. :^) That's what I get for having too many things to think about instead of the task at hand, and when that includes logs and rocks, you're going to get burned.

I'm going to the Oregon Country Fair tomorrow (sigh, today even) with some friends from Corvallis and Portland. This promises to be interesting, since one of them is very straight-laced (like my roommate back in Monterey, 10 years ago) and will probably lose his mind the first time he sees a topless, painted woman. I'll try not to laugh my ass of.

I'm looking at working on a project that I've been wanting to do for several months. It's called the Castor Submit Spider, and it's a PHP application that uses the Snoopy Class (replicates a simple web browser) to submit your url to multiple web sites in one go. I think this is a very good gift to the world, and comparable systems I've seen use a weird combination of frames and javascript with timers and targets. I think what really needs to be done is a standard form for the front-end with some widgets to click on and a place to fill out what URL you want to submit. It all seems fairly easy enough.

I dunno, I'm feeling hungry again, and ready to kick some booty. I had an interesting, self-explorative week, and I'm seeing the results now.

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