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Imagine that

Funny article today, Which Is Buggier – Windows or Linux?. Funny not because it reaches any real conclusions about the question, but funny in that the conclusion it does reach is “it depends”. It depends on what you’re using the PC for, who’s using it, what sort of environment you’re working in, and about a…

Ick

Saw this story over at Just Another Geek’s blog about knowing a few minutes ahead of time that someone’s going to get fired and having to slide into their office and disconnect them from the network while they’re being fired in another office. I’ve had to do that, and it sucks. I work in a…

I’m tired of it..

Moving on from commenting problems, because, frankly, I’m a little sick of looking at them. 🙂 Lots of work stuff to do today, probably light blogging. We’re getting close to our event, we have a walk through at the theater this afternoon, I need to pay extra special attention to where the electrical outlets are…

Alternatives

Convinced that maybe Access just plain isn’t going to support 18 digit blogid’s, I did try a couple of new commenting systems with the new blogger version while I ate my lunch. CGIcomments completely didn’t work. Again, probably it’s handling the blog_id as a number and choking on 18 digits. xcomments worked, sort of. I…

Failed inspiration

I had a sudden thought this morning in the shower about the comments. The sudden realization that I had put the link to the comments BlogItemNumber in quotes so it would look for a string instead of a number but I hadn’t put the quotes around the second part of the comments code where that…

Excuse the mess

See Andy’s post here. More details on aspcomments handling of 18 digit blog id’s. I’m going to be messing with the comments for a few, switching the field to text from long integer, you might not want to leave any comments for the moment. 🙂 Update 1: Andy’s permalinks don’t seem to be working, look…