Posts Tagged ‘macvillage’

Where is all my time?

I’ve been keeping rather busy these past few weeks: School, – 18 credit course load is keeping me occupied. r.m.o – Trying to get the r.m.o project to a point where it can be usable. Coming along well, but not quite where I want it, at least yet. Project Aquarius – I’m still working on […]

Why people shouldn’t be afraid of Gmail

There has been a ton of buzz lately about Gmail, Google’s free email service. 1000 megabytes of free storage, Google Search Technology, and of course all sorts of Google usability improvements. I’m sure Google has stuff still in the labs to enhance it at some point in the future as well, I could see searching […]

Another week done

My goals for the weekend: Catch up on email/IM’s, bugs I missed while sick (almost done) See how far away from getting a few blocking problems resolved with MacVillage.net relaunch Follow up on some forum threads I fell behind on Revise term paper on technology waste Securita research (most likely no code) Reserch for Biology […]

Fun with todo lists

Todo: Legal Environments Paper/Power Point Math Test Marketing Test unmangle patch for importing .eml files (it’s either on my laptop or server). Create Schedule for next Semester Filling in any spare moment with Project Aquarius, MacVillage.net work, and perhaps a few hours of TV or even sleep. So yes, I’m alive, but if I’m not […]

News Headline System Approaching Beta Tests

I wrote a brand new news headline for MacVillage.net. It’s also RSS based, like the current incarnation, but much more efficient. It will also support more feeds. Thanks to using PHP’s XML capabilities, it processes a feed in half the time of the last version. And because it now cashe’s, and uses a better timing […]

Some fudging, but it’s valid

I’m not done yet, I still need to make some tweaks to the layout, and lots of backend work for the page: http://home.macvillage.net/ Is HTML 4.01 Transitional Valid. That’s right. HTML 4. Decided XHTML is to much of a jump for now. Perhaps when I redo the templates in a few months I’ll convert, but […]

Agenda for tomorrow

My continuing agenda: Study for Exams (Legal Environments, Accounting) coming up Write a case study analysis for Marketing Rework how MacVillage.net handles rss feeds, including support for a few more. Fix the b@st@rd!zat!on of the homepage More templating fun Joy.

Stylesheet fun

Here’s valid XHTML Transitional of a MacVillage.net webpage. Several individuals a while back commented on my last design as being “old”, “stale”, etc. So if anyone wants to design a stylesheet, or just wants to see where I am right now, that’s it. Yes I know the logo is a dead image, but the logo […]

MacVillage.net Hardcore

I’m starting to get hardcore into MacVillage.net Development, starting what will be the final development push. Today I implemented MD5 encryption across all logins the system performs. It’s deployed and in production at the time. Also did a few other weeks to the authentication system while I’m in there. I’m strongly considering going with XHTML […]

Some technical issues

In my ongoing efforts: Few more templating tweaks. Before the bulk can be done, a few technical issues need to be worked out. Hope to have those resolved in the next 24-48 hours. After that, I’ve got several smaller scripts to write/debug/test. Some Authentication system upgrades. Then some new toys 😀 And, I’ll have a […]