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Fri, 15 Oct 2004

Oct 15, 2004, 08:02 [home/perl_scripts]
Update

UPDATE:
The IP address that was used by Intelliscript.net was owned by well known spammers. My web host was no longer interested in paying for that range. The cobalt server where my site was hosted was old and ready to go, and they had tried to communicate with the users on that server of its imminent death. I just didn’t get the message in time, and so lost everything. sad Good news is that I’m getting another free server out of it, and it’s been a great lesson for me.

The IP address range where this Cobalt was situated on: 66.164. was rented for about 3 years from Peter Schroebel US Company SMSOnline, we notified this Company allready in may and june 2004 we don’t want to use this 66.164 range anymore because it is listed into many anti spam organisations, because Mr. Peter Schroebel is a wel known first clas spammer!!

This is the reason why our company stop with the ip range 66.164.xx from SMS online take a close look at this:

http://www.spamhaus.org/sbl/sbl.lasso?query=SBL11339 and you wil see what the problem is with Mr. Schroebel and SMS Online, this is the main reason we stop with this Company.

This have nothing todo that the server where you was hosted on is down, this is a totaly different thing.

ANOTHER UPDATE:
The server that had been lost was located by the web host, and they were able to retrieve everything and give me access to the files via FTP! So Thank God! I’m downloading and uploading right now! Yippee!

~Jason



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Thu, 14 Oct 2004

Oct 14, 2004, 12:20 [home/perl_scripts]
Lost Almost Everything

I’m an idiot. You’d think someone like me would learn to make BACKUPS! It’s an example of ‘taking my own advice.’

So I’ve lost thousands of records in my database: customers, their purchases, the scripts they’re interested in, their EMAIL ADDRESSES! Ugh. It’s like starting over. I’ve lost everyone interested in ServiceBuilder too.

So I moved Intelliscript.net to InternetBusinessFollowup.com’s server. It’s finished, except for the big job of troubleshooting and reinstalling all the scripts on my site. That’s one big headache of having a server-side-intensive site. Includes need to be changed, rules for the servers differ, so I had to rename all .pl files to .cgi if they were located outside of the CGI bin (Which is a good idea anyway, and I should always do this!).

So it’s another example of me wondering, “WHY AM I DOING THIS AGAIN?” Money just doesn’t seem like a good enough reason. It’s 12:30 here and I haven’t even got to my real job yet! UGH.

~Jason



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Sat, 18 Sep 2004

Sep 18, 2004, 13:00 [home]
Forty Days

Our church, Philpott, is doing the 40 Days of Purpose together. I’m not sure if I already mentioned it, but the entire church including the kids, youth, college age, seniors, etc., work through The Purpose Driven Life book by Rick Warren at the same time, reading one chapter a day, then meeting together to discuss what we’re learning.

As a place for attendees to connect, I have built an additional web site, called FortyDays.info. It has a community blog with an RSS feed so go on over and leave a message to get things going, and be sure to add the feed to your RSS reader or your BlogLines account.

~Jason



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Sep 18, 2004, 12:53 [home]
Dilts Piston

Finally went live on one of the projects I’ve been working on: Dilt’s Piston.

My friend Jay Forderer works at Dilt’s and referred the job to me. Things went well, though there was some difficulty in communication, and the guys didn’t really know exactly what they were looking for— or maybe I wasn’t good at explaining the process.

In the end, it all worked out, I learned some valuable lessons, and I think the site looks pretty good too.

~Jason



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Mon, 30 Aug 2004

Aug 30, 2004, 21:49 [home]
Free Web Host

Wow!

I found a completely free web host today, and their package is amazing! I should transfer all my sites there!!! I cannot believe it.

UPDATE: a few restrictions do apply. For example, no media files such as mp3 or avi are allowed, and there is a restriction to the largest size a file can be. No compressed or executable files are allowed either. sad So I’ll have to keep looking.

But for the average person looking for free server space, this is truly amazing!

~Jason



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Thu, 26 Aug 2004

Aug 26, 2004, 00:11 [home/RemoteComputer]
New Design Completed!

Well, I’ve finally completed RemoteComputer.net! I’m really excited about the application, the install program, the new icons, the new web site, the HTML help file compiled using the Windows compiler! I’m learning all this cool new stuff!

This is a smart looking product that I’m proud of!! Now I hope it sells! happy

Take a look and let me know if you have any questions/problems/stuff, so I can tweak and improve! How does it look in different browsers?

~Jason



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Tue, 10 Aug 2004

Aug 10, 2004, 07:43 [home/RemoteComputer]
RemoteComputer.net

OK, www.remotecomputer.net still doesn’t have much there, but I’m making some progress in my rebuild/hack of QuickIP. Don’t worry, I have permission from the author to resell this program to English users. I’m trying to replace the bad English, poor spelling, and Chinese characters left behind in images. The problem is, decompiling and reverse engineering RCDATA images is easy, but putting new images into RCDATA is hard. I guess I should buy Delphi, and learn how to program Windows apps with it. The good thing about all this is I’m learning a lot about Programming. happy

I also realised yesterday that I hadn’t put a couple of web sites I’m designing into my section on sites I’ve designed: www.crookedbush.com/websites/. That’s been fixed now.

~Jason



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Wed, 09 Jun 2004

Jun 09, 2004, 23:13 [home/RemoteComputer]
QuickIP Site

Well I finally decided to get a domain name for the quick ip site. They’re getting so cheap! I think it cost $12 for 2 years!! Something like that— amazing.

So instead of getting www.quickip.com which will mean NOTHING to NOBODY, I got www.remotecomputer.net. This describes much more accurately what QuickIP does, and I can focus on those two keywords in my page content.

So the next step is to design a better site than I have there already, and maybe get a new server for it. That’s a bit more expensive, but makes a big difference. Then maybe I can convince the creator of QuickIP to package me a special version with an ‘American’ name of RemoteComputer. Then we’re off to the races with 100% commission. Basically, I get to keep all the money I make from selling this. Why have I been so slow getting this going??!?

~Jason



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Fri, 04 Jun 2004

Jun 04, 2004, 19:46 [home]
Changing this Site

I think I’ll change this site to be a web design site again. I can throw web sites together so quickly, it’s something I like, yet I don’t advertise it very well. I’ll still keep my blogs, but in a subdomain or something.

~Jason



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Tue, 25 May 2004

May 25, 2004, 08:52 [home]
Site Skin for NotationMachine.com

I spent some time last night and redesigned the look for NotationMachine.com. I’m pretty happy with it. It looks happier and more vibrant. Perhaps this will bring sales streaming in like the old days?

~Jason



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Fri, 21 May 2004

May 21, 2004, 00:45 [home]
ShrimpUSA Started

I designed the look and began uploading files to the new project I have called ShrimpUSA. It’s on hold while we wait for DNS to update— usually takes a coupla days. Stay posted.

Oh, the really neat thing is I’ve got a few jobs through www.getafreelancer.com lately. Every one of them has been a fellow believer, and the last one was another music pastor! It’s so much nicer working with fellow believers (when they’re not cheap!). It’s like a big family.

Jason



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May 21, 2004, 00:42 [home/perl_scripts/FileCABINET]
Shopping Cart Integration

Well, I’ve made a huge advance and learned a lot about processing cookies tonight. And about headers for XML, and so much more. Headers are such finicky things. You’ve got to send them at the right time and with the right information or everything gets mucked up. I was never too concerned about it before, but now that my scripts send XML to the browser, or cookies, they all need to handle headers just a little differently.

It wouldn’t be such a big deal if I did what lots of other programmers do: multiple files to run a program. But I like everything consolidated into one file, so I have to use lots of brain-cells to figure out how the server will know what it’s supposed to do.

I’ve spent a few hours and fixed up FileCABINET so that it has an integrated shopping cart. It’s cookie based, much better than what was there before. People won’t lose things from their cart like was happening before. Maybe more sales will result. Here’s hoping.

I also have changed the text links to image links— but not sure I really like that yet. It does increase download times for the page.

I used IE’s _search window (a special pane that opens on the left side of the window). I’m curious to know how various browsers handle this. Austin, that’s a challenge for you: try to fill up a cart at Intelliscript.net and tell me what happens.

I’ve been SO BUSY with work lately. It’s good, and it’s bad (for my back).

Night night.

Jason



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Wed, 12 May 2004

May 12, 2004, 23:55 [home/perl_scripts/FileCABINET]
More FileCABINET Development

Still doing TONS of programming. I added a random feature to FileCABINET so that a ‘Today’s Highlight’ can be automatically generated, randomly choosing a script from the database.

Last night I finally figured out the code to sort this multidimensional array on any column! Ugh, that was months in coming. What it means is that I added a new field to the database called sort (different than order) which displays the scripts in the order of your choice. This is nice if you want to put one script at the top of the list for a few days.

Next is to develop the cookie based shopping cart instead of the query string cart I currently use.

Then I’m focusing on integrating the FAQ Engine script into FileCABINET so that Frequently Asked Questions can be generated online by users instead of through the current mail-me-using-a-webform method. Then I can order, respond to, delete, ignore etc these questions as I like.

Gotta love programming. That reminds me, Law & Order programming is almost complete and looks like it’s going to be AWESOME.

~Jason



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Thu, 06 May 2004

May 06, 2004, 23:56 [home/perl_scripts/FileCABINET]
Automatic PAD Files

I discovered something pretty cool today— when submitting software it’s much faster if you have a PAD file created with all your data in it. You simply point another site to your PAD file, and all the form fields get automatically filled in: name of program, name of programmer, company address, file size, description, keywords, etc. The list goes on and on. Not having to type this stuff in on every site makes a huge difference!

I created a couple of PAD files (for NotationMachine and ServiceBuilder) using a Windows program, and it worked like a charm. It got me thinking too… what if I made the FileCABINET software I wrote automatically generate PAD files!

It meant I had to learn a little more XML, but I was up for the challenge, and it paid off! Now every file in my downloads on Intelliscript.net has it’s own PAD file, and it’s created automatically every time the XML is called for. You simply add the script’s ID number to the URL followed by .xml and FileCABINET does the rest.

For example, FileCABINET’s unique ID is 23, so

http://www.intelliscript.net/FileCABINET.pl/23.xml

I’m starting to feel a little cocky! winking

~Jason



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May 06, 2004, 23:49 [home/perl_scripts]
Outlook Calendar Script

This is long overdue.

I Finally had a brainwave last night about how to sync our Outlook church calendar with the getChurch.org web site. It’s easy! Simply export the data in tab format, and save it to the anonymous folder on our server.

My script does the next. Once a day, when it’s first called that day, it FTP’s the church network, grabs the file and saves it to the getChurch.org server. Then it calculates todays date, and parses the tab text file, searching for the date. It displays a search box and all records containing todays date in seconds.

Easy to implement, easy to use, and easy to search. I love it. Now I’m going to think about how I can write a macro for our Secretary that automatically exports the church calendar every evening. With that done, it’s a no maintenance solution.

Check it out!

~Jason



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Wed, 05 May 2004

May 05, 2004, 00:59 [home/perl_scripts/autofollowup]
JavaScript Emails

I finally finished implementing the JavaScript WYSIWYG email draft section in Auto FollowUp. I think I’ve tracked all the bugs down, so I’ll make it available on Intelliscript.net soon.

This feels like such a big deal. This has been on my task list for over a year!

Can you tell I’m really excited? Lots of cool programming breakthroughs lately! laughing

~Jason



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Tue, 04 May 2004

May 04, 2004, 20:51 [home/perl_scripts]
JavaScript HTML Editor

My content editor which I use on client web sites so they can edit their own pages has just been improved! Now when I set up sites for people, they can login and use a simple and familiar WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) interface for making pages. This includes uploading files, inserting them into pages, bold, underline, etc., font face and colour, justification, bullets, lines, and more.

I’ve been looking for a great JavaScript HTML editor that is EASY to deploy. Most of them try to charge you lots of money, but this one is completely free, and works wonderfully.

I’ve started by implementing it into my EditContent script in use on www.odca.org, www.internationalwomenshealth.org, www.getchurch.org, www.saddlecorrections.com, www.brucerepei.com, among others. I hope to add it to http://www.InternetBusinessFollowup.com’s AFU script as well so that emails can be drafted in HTML from the browser.

Mind you, it’s only supported on IE 5.5 and above, but I can deal with that since 90% of people fit into that group, and I can always instruct my users to update their browsers.

This is an important and exciting discovery. HOW COOL! Expect much more elegant posts from me now!

~Jason



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Sat, 01 May 2004

May 01, 2004, 00:08 [home/perl_scripts]
ATOM to RSS

I’ve been wishing that my friends Amy, Austin, Brian, Al, etc., had an RSS feed so I could read their blogs anytime from my PPC in the format of my choice. RSS is great.

Problem is, Blogger makes you pay for RSS feeds, and instead gives everyone ATOM feed for free. Yuck.

But while snooping around about this tonight at 12:07 a.m. Saturday morning, I stumbled upon this site, which describes how any Blogger user can make the modifications themselves easily.

So Austin, take a look at this and see if you can implement it. I’d love to have your site on my PPC.

~Jason

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Fri, 30 Apr 2004

Apr 30, 2004, 09:48 [home/perl_scripts]
News Feed Changes

I added the cache feature to my news feed, so now you can set how often you want the script to check for new versions of the RSS feed. I’ll start selling this script on Intelliscript.net soon now.

~Jason

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Tue, 16 Mar 2004

Mar 16, 2004, 15:22 [home/perl_scripts/up_and_coming]
MP3 Database Script

I’ve written a MP3 database script much like the service that used to be available to artists at MP3.com. It manages streaming, downloading, song history, and hopefully soon I’ll add features like automatic purchasing via PayPal.com, a ‘play all songs on this album’ feature, radio station options, and more.

I haven’t actually packaged this script for sale yet, as it’s been used only on JasonSilver.com for my own personal recordings. I’d be interested in hearing feedback from potential users of this script as I consider adding it to the list at Intelliscript.net.

~Jason

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Mon, 08 Mar 2004

Mar 08, 2004, 20:55 [home/perl_scripts/autofollowup]
New Version of AFU Available

I’ve just completed adding some requested features and fixing a couple of bugs in Auto FollowUp, including the Admin script.

Some changes: 1. Allows you to hide the list names from subscribers if you wish to (done from Global Variables)

2. Validates the list name in case user types it wrong or doesn’t include it in the URL.

3. Setup includes an environment variables section for novices who don’t know their server well

4. Minor changes in set up page explanations.

5. Leap year bug fixed (will only work for a hundred years or so though— sorry) I haven’t been able to duplicate this bug, so if it’s still not working, please let me know.
6. Fixed a OneTimer issue with no sender name or to name included with the email address.

7. Renamed the temporary lists for OneTimers from temp_listname to onetimer_listname.

8. Modified the one timer to send tomorrow by default. This can be changed after email is drafted. It gives you a chance to double check your copy etc., before the script begins sending.

9. If plugins do not exist, the link to the mailing list script is replaced with a link to the plugins on Intelliscript.net— not a bug, but some people thought it was. It’s much more elegant this way anyway.

If there are other issues I need to know about, please tell me.

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Sun, 07 Mar 2004

Mar 07, 2004, 22:25 [home/perl_scripts]
News Feed Works

Cool! I’ve made use of my news feed on Intelliscript.net!

Instead of starting a new blog on Intelliscript.net to manage news regarding my scripts there, I wrote a script to read and parse my XML news feed (RSS) and place it on the home page. It’s always an exact copy of what’s on my CrookedBush.com blogs under scripts!

Grabbing the feed and parsing it for display on Intelliscript is a little slower than I like, so I may modify it to update to a text file once a day or something like that. But the basic idea is working well.

Once I get getChurch.org’s blog of our newsletter Inside up and running, I plan on creating a news feed for that as well so the top 4 or 5 headlines can be put on any site using simple JavaScript. We have the technology!.

If only we had the technology to get the script running. The dear-friends at Blacksun.ca hosting are (how can I say this nicely?) not as skilled as I would like. disappointed

The script is reading the .cgi/.pl extension as a Blosxom flavour, which is very strange. They want me to use a different script— ain’t gonna happen. I’ll move to a new server first.

I may have to hack flavours out of Blosxom, which is no great loss as I already wrote a Blosxom plugin to use my script SiteSkinner.

~Jason

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Mar 07, 2004, 15:28 [home]
RSS Could Be More Useful

I was visiting this blog, the maker of my pocket pc RSS reader and found this interesting post, from this site:

When i first started using RSS, i was ecstatic. Rather than relying on going to each person’s page, i could just throw them all in one place and go through them. I’m a bit more disillusioned now. I got all excited and started adding every blog that had an interesting thread. Almost humorously, i started breaking after about 150 regularly updated blogs. Worse: i miss half of the interesting posts that i want to read because i’m too overwhelmed. This made me sit back and think about what kind of an RSS feed i want.

I too have been annoyed with the limitations on my RSS feeds. I hope someone improves on this. I especially like the idea he had of being able to limit Google searches to blog sites.

~Jason


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Fri, 05 Mar 2004

Mar 05, 2004, 09:20 [home/perl_scripts/autofollowup]
Bug Found In AFU

I found out yesterday that there’s a leap year bug in Auto FollowUp.

If you send out daily messages with AFU, then it will break in leap years. I’ll be uploading a fix to this script to Intelliscript.net.

My own version of the ‘millenial bug!’ haha,

If you want a temporary fix for the script, go to the subroutine calculate_elapsed_days, around line 193 (this sub is in both run.pl and auto_followup.pl). Make adjustments by one day for each of the twelve months, and change the year value to 366.

This fix will stop working in January of 2005, so you’ll need to get the updated script when it comes out.

~Jason

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Thu, 04 Mar 2004

Mar 04, 2004, 18:13 [home]
Movie Database Script

One of the very first Perl scripts I wrote (right after I wrote Scrabble I think) was a movie database program for putting up personal movie reviews. I wrote it for my friend Kevin Friesen, who never used it.

And I never sold it, or used it either. But I’ve been thinking a bit about it lately.

When Joanne and I took off for a few days to visit each other **grin** we watched about four movies in between sleeping, eating, shopping, … and stuff. I thought about my desire to write about the movies I’ve watched lately, and what I would say about these films.

So I dusted off this script.

But then I got thinking— these films are probably already described— complete with pictures, on the Internet Movie Database site. Wouldn’t it be cool, I thought, if I could use a fetch script to grab this data server side, and let me write my own review and rate each movie on my site.

So I set out on a journey to imdb.com.

But then I realised they have that service already built into the site! You can add films to ‘my movies’ and rate them, and even review them!

So if I write a script, it might just be a way to share this info with my visitors without having them leave CrookedBush.com. Maybe that script would sell. This doesn’t seem to be possible right now with imdb.com.

Anyone like that idea, or think it might be useful on their site?

~Jason

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Fri, 20 Feb 2004

Feb 20, 2004, 21:42 [home]
Test happy

I’m writing a Blosxom plugin to read smiley code and turn them into images automatically. At this point I’m making my own images, but I think I’ll find better ones on the net and use them. Here’s what I have so far. happy confused sad suprised disappointed winking frustrated tired tongue

~Jason

To download this plugin for use on your own site, go here.


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Feb 20, 2004, 01:31 [home]
Pinging Weblogs.com

I am justing adding a feature to automatically ping weblogs.com every time my site is updated.

Neat.

~Jason

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Tue, 10 Feb 2004

Feb 10, 2004, 01:37 [home]
New Plugin

I learned how to write Blosxom plugins tonight— not that I’m really confident with it yet, but I wrote a siteskinner plugin which calls the header and footer scripts and implements them into Blosxom… so that makes my use of flavours OBSOLETE! This is a big deal to me, because I hated having to make flavours and site templates work together. Now it’s all one thing! CooL!

I’ve also confirmed that trackbacks do in fact work and have been pinged and have pinged myself, so I’m pumped about that… now if I just had something to say to somebody! haha!

It’s 1:30 a.m. and though I had a nice two hour nap today I shouldn’t push it, cause I’ve been SO sick lately and need to hit the hay.

Nite nite! ~Jason

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Sat, 07 Feb 2004

Feb 07, 2004, 00:05 [home]
Trackback Anyone?

OK, I think I’ve successfully implemented trackbacks on my site, but I need someone to ping me… anyone else out there reading my blog who has trackbacks and can ping me?

Thanks! ~Jason

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Thu, 05 Feb 2004

Feb 05, 2004, 21:01 [home]
Another New Skin

I’m tired of the look of my site; it’s been like this for a long time now! For a while I flirted with the golf skin, but didn’t like it very much either… though this skin and that one are both a big improvement over this old skin. So now I’m messing around with Flash, and trying to design a skin that looks great and is functional too. You can get an idea of what it will look like by clicking here, though it’s not flash just fancy HTML.

Please leave a comment or suggestion after you check it out to tell me what you think.

~Jason

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Sun, 01 Feb 2004

Feb 01, 2004, 23:23 [home]
New Features to my Blog

I’ve added a number of new features to my blogs lately. I’m interested to hear what you think about it.

First of all, I was tired of test posts from people who are thinking about buying my Blog script so I locked down the ability to post. But I still like to get feedback, so I inserted the Blosxom plugin called ‘Pollxn.’

I also added a few buttons instead of text links for commands I need like ‘move,’ ‘delete,’ ‘redate,’ etc.

So I hope you take a minute to respond to my site!

Thanks, Jason

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Thu, 22 Jan 2004

Jan 22, 2004, 19:40 [home/perl_scripts/crossword]
Scrabble Deal

Sorry for all the confusion.

I was hoping that more people would make donations over the last year to help support the site but it hasn’t happened. I’ve only had one 5 dollar donation.

I’ve decided to charge $20 per year for a group to play. So you can give your password to all your friend who play and have a game on my site. After a year, the charge will renew.

I figured if four people pay 5 bucks to play for a year they’re getting a deal. If they’re all PayPal users, it’s easy.

Additionally, subscribing gives you one free month, so it’s really a bargain.

Sorry that the code isn’t all in place. I have been busy lately. I’ll try to get it all working right away.


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Sat, 10 Jan 2004

Jan 10, 2004, 14:12 [home]
Helping To Develop a New Site

My brother-in-law’s brother has a web site: Divine Design Clothing, and I’m going to be trying to help him develop a sales strategy.

What do you think? Cool site, eh?

~Jason

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Tue, 06 Jan 2004

Jan 06, 2004, 18:14 [home/perl_scripts]
New Ticket Booking Script

I wrote a new database driven script today. It uses MS Access as a backend and connects to Perl through the DBI module.

You set up events using Access, then tickets available for each event. Then remote admistrators can mark tickets as purchased using a web browser and a password.

We’re using it for our “Hamilton’s Best Valentines Party” Event which we hold annually.

~Jason

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Jan 06, 2004, 11:57 [home]
Joanne’s Blog Site

I set up a site for my wife, Joanne. She hasn’t done anything with it yet, hasn’t even posted a blog to her blog site! Can you believe it?

So this is an invitation to you to go to her blog section, here, and leave her a message.

Let’s see if we can get the ball rolling over there!

~Jason

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Sat, 03 Jan 2004

Jan 03, 2004, 01:48 [home/perl_scripts]
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I’ve been working on a script to post blogs by email, and this blog as well as the previous one were both posted this way.

Cool eh?

So now I’m working out the bugs— expect to see some weird stuff until it’s done!!

~Jason


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