Monthly Archives: July 2011
I use many WordPress plugins, but here are 5 WordPress Plugins I think are great and recommend: After The Deadline I use After the deadline to proofread my posts. It uses artificial intelligence to check for spelling, style and grammar. It works by sending your post to a server, and then sends the errors in [...]
I wanted to get rid of unused apps on my Mac. I knew that you can drag an application in the trash to remove it, but some apps will leave behind settings, etc. I found some paid apps to remove apps completely but since I’m cheap so i wanted a free app. I found one! [...]
In Part 1 we added in touch support, pay support, refunding and displaying menus. In Part 2, we are going to do work in the listen event. Also note if two or more items have the same name, you may run in to a conflict.
I started to work on this in 2007. You could only pick 4 items from the pay menu, each had its own price. So lets rewrite the script! We are going to create a new LSL Script and add a on_rez event to reset the when you rez the bot out of inventory. You should a script that looks [...]
After waiting every day for the last month checking Apple.com to see if Lion is available, it’s finally here! Lion is available as a download from the Mac App Store for 29 bucks! That kind of scared me at first due to being a large 3.74 GB download. Downloading and installing an operating system from the internet is not so mainstream. [...]
The Apple iMac was one of the first computers to not include a floppy drive, and it used a CD drive. Current Macs you buy today has a CD/DVD SuperDrive, except the Air. No Macs has Blu-Ray. I think CD, DVD and Blu-ray are dead as the internet will replace them. A iPad can’t watch a [...]
It started back in the sixth grade. I really wanted to get into programming and creating websites. I would find free web hosts. I had a site up, a few days later my site disappeared. All It had been embedded games. So I went to the main hosting site and it was gone also! Then I found [...]