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How to backup your bookmarks

December 17, 2010 |

UPDATE: According to the blog today, isn’t shutting down. Instead it appears that Yahoo! is sort of pushing it out of their products & services list. says it is going to continue to maintain the site, the data isn’t going anywhere, and there are no plans to shut down the website.

From the blog post:

Is Delicious being shut down? And should I be worried about my data?

– No, we are not shutting down Delicious. While we have determined that there is not a strategic fit at Yahoo!, we believe there is a ideal home for Delicious outside of the company where it can be resourced to the level where it can be competitive.

With the recent leak that Yahoo is closing down (along with several other services they efficiently killed upon acquisition), I was interested to know how I can backup the 483 bookmarks I created and never go back to read. The process is actually very easy. Read More

Quakecon 2009 – The event

August 19, 2009 |

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Well, this was easily one of the best Quakecons I’ve been to since I started going in 2004.

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The Pre-registration line went smooth without any hitches as far as my … Read More

TweetSuite, TweetBacks, and WordPress plugin (Update)

April 1, 2009 | | 2 Comments

Well, I sent off my plugin code to Dan Zarrella, and got the developers API Key approved, and got to approve the plugin, and have been running it on my blog since its original announcement – but have run into a possible issue…

My webhost says it is creating a lot of “sleeper” processes on the database server, and using up a lot of the processor resources. My account was even suspended until I fixed it.

SO – I am going to be rewriting the whole thing, pretty much from scratch now, and it will only be loosely based on Dan’s version… Read More

Integrating Google Connect

January 25, 2009 | | One Comment

I’ve been part of the Google Connect beta since shortly after it came out – but it wasn’t until recently that I actually implemented it on my blog and the parent site, So, if you read this (and I … Read More

JavaScript, XHTML, & AJAX…again

September 22, 2008 |

Cover image for product 0471777781Well, I haven’t done much that was technically inclined, except for some various coding forays into the world of JavaScript, and XHTML– consequently it led me back to AJAX and XML-Http-Requests. But I didn’t bother to post anything about that, since it was work-related, and not website-related…kind of. Read More