This is one of the most amazing video of nature I have ever seen. Over the years I’ve watched countless nature documentaries, many of which are on the savanna with the lions, buffaloes, giraffes, and elephants roaming free. This video clip from YouTube below beats them all.
How many times have you wanted to change the page numbering for your document but didn’t know how to? After 10 minutes of trying all options that you know, twice, to no avail? At the end of all that frustration and time wasting, you decide that, “Hey, maybe I didn’t really need to change the page sequence. Nobody will notice. Much..”
Fret no more, here’s help.
If you’re confused with the many different types of creative commons licenses out there, here’s a gem for you. Take a look at this pictorial show (http://wiki.creativecommons.org/Sharing_Creative_Works). It explains in a near idiot-proof way what the differences between the creative commons licenses are. It’s very easy reading, so take 5 minutes to boost your knowledge.
I’d like to follow up on my previous post on configuring OES 1 for a 2-node failover cluster. I did not mention that the patch to the system included a function called
activate_evms_container. This bash function is part of the script
I’ve installed the reCAPTCHA plugin for WordPress today. The whole process is very simple – took me less than 15 minutes. Simply follow the instructions on the download page. I like reCAPTCHA because not only does it help to prevent comment spam, it helps digitize books as well. I don’t know how it works exactly but the basic premise is that words are scanned from books and used in the pictures for reCAPTCHA. How the system tells whether the entered words are correct or not, I don’t know. All I know is it works and that’s good enough for me. Continue reading
Preamble: This is a post on documenting the steps that I took to deploy a 2-node fail-over cluster for a client. No identifying information specific to the client is contained in this post. The deployment was done in August 2007 and I’m only posting it in December, nearly four months since the date I said I would put it online. Well, now that Open Enterprise Server (OES) 2 is already available, this post might not be that useful to others. Nevertheless, perhaps this will help someone somewhere out there
Well, I finally got around to doing my own blog. All along I had wanted to create the software for my blog. I’ve had that idea for nearly half a year now, I think. Considering that in these six months, the development of my personal software for the blog has been less than ‘progressive’, I decided to simply use one of the open source blog software out there. Realistically speaking, the WordPress blogging Web application that I’m using now is definitely better than what I can do in my spare time, which isn’t a lot.
I figured that with my spare time, I can do/learn something else rather than create a blogging software when such a great one has already been created.
I’ll be using this blog to ‘document’ my experiences in IT and, some thoughts. My interest in IT lies with Linux and programming. You can read more about my other interests in the “About page” when I update it.