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Tue, 30 Dec 2003

Dec 30, 2003, 23:15 [home]
Blog Getting Attention

It’s been a few months since I gave my blog the attention it’s getting in a few days!

Thanks to Frederique, I felt prompted to once again journal and blog my thoughts, suprises, projects etc.

I’ve been enhancing the blog implementation too, installing a new version of Blosxom, (I know weird name), and a search feature, as well as a bunch of other overdue plugins.

Thanks to all you loyal readers who send me notes every day. I love hearing from you. Don’t be afraid to post.

~Jason

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Fri, 26 Dec 2003

Dec 26, 2003, 12:06 [home]
Tombo Blogging

Ok, it’s working! the last two blogs were created on the pocket pc using Tombo. In fact, this blog, HTML and all is too! After a day of blogging, the freeware file syncing software uploads my posts.

Now if there was only an easy way to preserve Windows file stamps when uploading to UNIX.

~Jason


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Dec 26, 2003, 00:44 [home]
Pocket Posting

Posting from Tombo would be a cool way to blog. Syncronizing places a copy of the blog on the pc, then an application or Perl script could FTP data to a web server.

I think there must be a non-pocket PC program out the which syncronizes folders with web directories. That’s what I’ll look for.


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Sat, 08 Nov 2003

Nov 08, 2003, 23:20 [home]
HOC Site

I spent a few hours to put together a site for our HOC Clan.
~Jason

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Wed, 05 Nov 2003

Nov 05, 2003, 23:02 [home]
New Site Again

Working on another site right now, JakesOn21st.com
~Jason
Good Luck to a very ambitious guy! ~a visitor

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Thu, 30 Oct 2003

Oct 30, 2003, 15:56 [home/perl_scripts]
Two New Scripts

I’ve been going crazy programming the last week!

Last week ik made a script (DIP) for updating Dynamic IP addresses on a web server.
Today I wrote a Perl script that reads Microsoft ‘Free/Busy’ files on a web server and displays the information in a calendar format just like it does within Outlook!
Cool!
~Jason


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Thu, 18 Sep 2003

Sep 18, 2003, 10:04 [home]
New Site Underway

Metaphor has always been king in my life, and the idea of living in a giant metaphor is intriguing! It reminds me a little bit of watching Matrix— watching a giant metaphor for something, nobody is sure what. happy

Anyway, a new site is being developed at work to describe the Christian ‘walk’ through life. The URL is thePathway.ca. It’s pretty interesting to see how it’s all coming together.
~Jason

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Sep 18, 2003, 10:02 [home]
New Site Complete

I just completed work on my latest site: NewLifeTrimRepair.com.

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Wed, 03 Sep 2003

Sep 03, 2003, 21:11 [home]
Something Useful

Here’s an interesting script I’ve written and am developing:
CGI Script Submission Database!
~Jason


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Thu, 21 Aug 2003

Aug 21, 2003, 03:13 [home]
Two New Web Projects

I’m working on two new web projects right now. Wow, I’m getting quite a list! happy

The first is a medical database program which connects patients with doctors, and their medical history via the web. It’s called oscarCitizen, and it’s the next phase of the open source OSCAR project. I’m just responsible for the front end and design/branding of the site. You can see my sample page and progress from here: oscarCitizen.

I’m also developing a site for a recording studio in Hamtilon called the Fonic Factory.
~Jason

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Sat, 09 Aug 2003

Aug 09, 2003, 13:22 [home]
Eat And Run Cafe

I’ve been working on a site the last day for a business in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. They have approached fast food from a completely different angle, and wanted a site that was funny, and tongue-in-cheek.

I settled on a comic theme, and I’m quite happy with the results. Check it out:
EatAndRunCafe.com
~Jason

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Fri, 01 Aug 2003

Aug 01, 2003, 21:58 [home]
Couple of New Sites

I’ve really been implementing the self-editing sites lately. I’ve added another two to my list of designed sites. The first is SaddleCorrections.com, and the the second is InternationalWomensHealth.org.
~Jason

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Aug 01, 2003, 00:18 [home]
Skin

It suddenly dawned on me this evening that I created a new skin a number of months ago and never turned it ‘on.’ So here it is. If you like the old skin better, then go here: SiteSkinner. Any thoughts on the new look?
~Jason

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Sun, 22 Jun 2003

Jun 22, 2003, 05:44 [home/perl_scripts]
databases

old database script: any news?
I cannot find it in Intelliscript.net downloads
Hi there,
No news— it’s still around, but not for sale because it takes considerable Perl knowledge to make it work for any database. I’m currently adapting it to work as an MP3 artist database like the one at MP3.com. You can see that at http://jasonsilver.com/music.
I’ll sell you a copy of the database script if you want it though. $15 should do it.
~Jason


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Sat, 14 Jun 2003

Jun 14, 2003, 12:05 [home]
New Site

I’ve been working on two new sites over the last week:
RabanianChurch.com (I hate the look of this one, but this is what the guy WANTED!
BruceRepei.com
~Jason

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Fri, 06 Jun 2003

Jun 06, 2003, 09:14 [home]
JasonSilver.com

I’m pumped! Yesterday afternoon JasonSilver.com finally became available again! Some guy in Toronto has had it without a site for the last three years or more. Just a ‘this page is under construction’ sign. I’ve been checking on it ever since waiting for it to come available, and even emailed him a few times. He wasn’t interested in selling it and wouldn’t put a link up to my site either. So I guess he lost and I won.

Speaking of which, I was going through my favourites folder the other day and just couldn’t believe how many sites are gone now which at one time seemed to be so big and important. Why, I wonder? I guess I’ve been on the web in one form or another— with a site I mean, since 1995 or so. But even my first site, www.tran-scribe.com is long gone. I guess I shouldn’t act too suprised. It’s just amazing to me, and kind of sad, that sites are year toay and gone tomorrow.

Anyway, JasonSilver.com will be my music site. Right now you can get to an early form of this site by visiting this page, but I hope to enhance the site to be able to stream for fast and slow connections, to have a message board maybe— for people to ask about my music, and operate the whole thing more like a database. Looks like I’ll be writing another script! happy

So keep checking for JasonSilver.com… there’s nothing much there right now, and it might be a few days until it actually works, but let me know what you think!

~Jason

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Tue, 03 Jun 2003

Jun 03, 2003, 22:09 [home/perl_scripts]
Someday a Family Tree Script

Right now, as you may have noticed, I use my iTreePad script to manage my family tree… but I really want to write a real family tree script. I see it as being a relational database, complete with pictures of each person. Because it’s a database, (maybe programmed in MYSQL) it can be relational TO THE MAX. iTreePad doesn’t handle complex mulit-dimensional relationships very well.
The thing is, I’ve got to get off my butt and learn MYSQL. I also don’t look forward to learning PHP, but I think I might have to… can Perl work with MYSQL? Maybe this would be another opportunity to work with Perl’s DBI, which I really like.

Anyone out there care to comment?
~Jason

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Jun 03, 2003, 01:00 [home/perl_scripts]
the bible search on your churches web site

Did you write it or get it else where?
I wrote it. It’s called ‘SiteShadow’ and you can purchase it for $49.95. Send a payment to my email address using PayPal.com
~Jason


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Sat, 31 May 2003

May 31, 2003, 12:25 [home]
Cool Site - Amazing Images

I discovered a site today— I’m thinking of hiring them to do some work for me. This site does amazing graphic design, and I’ve asked them to give me an estimate to redesign NotationMachine’s Skin.
http://www.softidentity.com/
Cool site, eh? I’ll keep you up to date.
~Jason

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Wed, 21 May 2003

May 21, 2003, 09:27 [home]
New Skin

I have been playing around with a new skin. To see how it will look, check this out.
~Jason

p.s. to reset the skin just close click here.

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Sat, 17 May 2003

May 17, 2003, 21:53 [home]
Free MP3s to Download

Well, I finally got around to moving mp3.com material to this site… it’s not organised as nicely as MP3.com, but I didn’t ever really like it that way anyway.

So, check out some of my music if you want: free mp3s here.

I’m also thinking of a more appropriate way to navigate this site. When I moved all the Perl scripts to Intelliscript.net, this site kind of lost it’s purpose. I decided to make it a place to post my blogs, to think about life, to keep in touch with friends, and stuff like that. I’m thinking of making the navigation more like: Who Am I? : Christian | Husband | Father | Musician | Programmer | Pastor | Webmaster | Artist | Gardener | Writer | Friend

What do you think?
~Jason

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Tue, 01 Apr 2003

Apr 01, 2003, 20:12 [home]
Site Update

I’ve made some changes at my NotationMachine.com site. Check it out here: Free Sheet Music
~Jason

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Mon, 31 Mar 2003

Mar 31, 2003, 16:22 [home/perl_scripts/faqsearch]
Added FAQ-Search Today

I just added another script to Intelliscript.net today. It’s called FAQ-Search, and it is a script which allows you to add a Frequently Asked Questions database to your site. I’ve been using it on my sites for a few months now… I guess maybe a year. I finally got around to packaging it and uploading. Here it is!
FAQ-Search
~Jason

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Thu, 20 Mar 2003

Mar 20, 2003, 22:32 [home]
New Look

I created a new skin tonight, tell me what you think. If you prefer the old skin, click here.
~Jason

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Mon, 17 Mar 2003

Mar 17, 2003, 22:26 [home/perl_scripts/itreepad]
iTreePad is Getting Attention

I’ve been adding a lot of new features to iTreePad which makes it even more useful to use as family tree software. In particular, virtualnodes and displaying child nodes in articles are important additions.
~Jason

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Sat, 08 Mar 2003

Mar 08, 2003, 07:05 [home/perl_scripts]
Found It! ODBC Accessed by Perl!

Well I did it! It makes so much sense now. I wrote a Perl script which accesses my database using ODBC, and displays the results to a browser. The tricky part in all this is that:
1. The database resides on a Windows machine
2. Perl needs to be installed on that machine
3. A HTTP server needs to be installed on that machine

What I love about the script I wrote is that I can just paste in SQL, and the script does the rest. It’s not really rocket-science though, since I’m using a module (called DBI) which does the marriage between Perl and SQL. So now all I need is a better web server, because the one I’m using now is pretty slow. It’s got to be able to handle Server Side Includes, so if anyone has any ideas, post it, or email me.
~Jason

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Thu, 06 Mar 2003

Mar 06, 2003, 23:55 [home/perl_scripts]
JDBC and ODBC

Still looking for an application to serve my ServiceBuilder data to the Internet. If anyone reading this knows anything about servlets, Java programming, or ODBC connectivity to the world wide web, contact me! happy Please?!
~Jason

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Sun, 02 Mar 2003

Mar 02, 2003, 21:12 [home]
KingClancy.com

Check out the latest site design: KingClancy.com
~Jason

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Mon, 17 Feb 2003

Feb 17, 2003, 17:14 [home/perl_scripts/blog]
New ICON for BLOG
BLOG - a post blog scriptWhat do you think of my new icon? I made it to look similar to blogger’s, it has the four letters hidden within it, it’s got a picture of a person talking to another person… I think it’s kinda cool!
~Jason

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Fri, 14 Feb 2003

Feb 14, 2003, 12:58 [home/perl_scripts/autofollowup]
Finished

OK, I’m finished the pop subscribe feature! COOL! I’m putting it up for sale in two days. Look for it Monday for $24.95. If you buy it now, I’ll sell all the plugins including this PopCheck script for $14.95, so you save $10. It’s worth it!
~Jason
Intelliscript.net

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Thu, 13 Feb 2003

Feb 13, 2003, 17:47 [home/perl_scripts/autofollowup]
Plugins - Mail Unsubscribe/Subscribe

I’ve been continuing to work on the unsubscribe and subscribe by email script, and I’ve FINALLY made headway! I predict that in a week or two it will be ready, unless I get really busy with my real job.
What’s cool is that this has opened a whole new bag of possibilities for me. I’m planning on writing and releasing a Blog Mail script, which will allow people to post to my blog from their email client. This is perfect for me to write to blogs from my pocket pc when I’m away from an Internet connection. When I sync up, my latest blogs will be saved to the server.
I plan on making the subject line of the email to be the control line, with something like "Blog: path/filename". The script reads emails from any pop account, looking for the word ‘blog’ at the front of the subject line. Then it takes the body of the email and saves it to the path specified.
Cool!
~Jason

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Thu, 06 Feb 2003

Feb 06, 2003, 13:23 [home]
Ontario Drum Corps Association

Check out my newest site design, ODCA.org.
Here’s the URL: www.odca.org

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Thu, 02 Jan 2003

Jan 02, 2003, 10:43 [home/perl_scripts/autofollowup]
auto followup

How can I download this fix?
You need to have a membership and password at Intelliscript.net. Log in and download the update. Updates are free.
~Jason


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