WordPress 2.0 and Adsense-Deluxe Plugin

January 9th, 2006

AdSense-Deluxe v0.7 was released tonight and includes support for WordPress 2.0’s (WYSIWYG) Rich Editor as well as updating the documentation and help text to remind people it works equally well for Yahoo!’s Publisher Network.

AdSense-Deluxe is a plugin for WordPress (1.5 or later) which greatly simplies the addition of Google or Yahoo! ads to your WordPress blogs, allowing for use of multiple ad styles and controlling when and where ads are displayed.
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Shiira Browser for Mac OS X

December 20th, 2005

There’s a new open-source browser for Mac OS X named Shiirabased on Apple’s WebKit and the KHTML rendering engine… Read the rest of this entry »

WordPress 2.0 Final Candidate

December 20th, 2005

WordPress 2.0 seems to be nearing completion with many new features under the hood. You can download the release candidate at WordPress 2.0 Candidate Download.

And review some of the changes at WordPress 2.0 Features.

see related post: Adsense-Deluxe Plugin for WordPress 2.0

Netflix Nailed for Throttling

December 16th, 2005

Someone finally got pissed off enough with NetFlix to intiate a class action lawsuit. Read the rest of this entry »

17″ 1.67GHz Apple Powerbook Sale - $1899

December 14th, 2005
17" 1.67GHz PowerBook

Just in time for Christmas and the holidays: MacMall is running a sale on the 17″ 1.67GHz PowerBook. Was $2,494, now $1,899!

Sadly, I just purchased a 15″ last week for $1994…. seems I’m always a week or two too early. When I bought my ipod, it was two weeks before the larger capacity, larger screen video models were released…
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New Powerbook G4 Scrolling Trackpad (Button) Problems

December 12th, 2005

Faulty Trackpad Buttons on new Apple Powerbooks

I purchased a new 15″ Apple Aluminum Powerbook dual-layer SuperDrive last week and am terribly disappointed with the trackpad button on it. It misses clicks and stutters when holding it down. Searching Apple support discussions and Googling the problem proves the issue is widespread and well-known.
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