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New in Town? No stress!

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image source: http://www.annarbor.com/ When you’re moving to a new area with your family, finding all the resources you need, and doing it gracefully, can be quite the challenge. There’s also the potential culture shock of a new region with new friends and activities- sometimes your self esteem can take a… Read more »

Working with timthumb

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The theme I’m using now includes the timthumb script but I’ve having issues with it to work with externally hosted images. So I’m using this post to test an image hosted on flicker

Composting 101: How and What to Compost

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Now is a great time of the year to start composting. Many people are tending to their gardens and getting their yard in shape for the summer. Composting is the process whereby biodegradable yard and food material is converted into a material that enriches soil. It’s a terrific way to… Read more »

“Not in My Yard” Blog: The Gloves Come Off as Havahart® Launches New Nuisance Animal Control Blog

This is a sponsored guest post written by Theresa Flavin on behalf of Havahart. Post powered by Sponzai. Ahh, spring: The season of new life, new beginnings and, for many, utter frustration as a host of furry critters help themselves to our tender springtime blooms. It’s a near-universal problem for… Read more »

WordPress 2.8 is out

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Image via CrunchBase I’ll make time to upgrade tomorrow night. But here’s a list of the new features from the Codex site. Its a lot of great stuff, I just wonder if any of my plug-ins will break. Only one way to find out. Highlights New drag-and-drop widgets admin interface… Read more »

10 cool tools in Windows 7

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The changes to the Windows 7 interface have gotten a lot of play, but some of the new built-in tools are just as compelling. Deb Shinder runs through some of the most impressive enhancements, from the ISO burner to the Biometric Framework to PowerShell v2. read more | digg story

Texas trip

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Image by Bling$Bling via Flickr I spent the last few days in Texas for work. The Texas location is closing this year and they’ve started the process of moving people,equipment,product, etc out of the building. I headed down the gather freed computers and servers. Was well as offer some onsite… Read more »