I am asking around on different mailing lists to gain some insight into the archiving habits of linguists who use lexical databases. I am specifically interested in databases created by tools like FLEx, ToolBox, Lexus, TshwaneLex, etc.
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More recent graph taken on 23. December 2013.
Graph from 22. December 2013
I have recently been using the customizr theme in a project. One of the situations in that project required that I come up with a CSS solution. Which I present in this post. Continue reading
Car won't start, I am not sure if it is the starter or something electrical. Remember my previous post about being grateful my car was not towed, that was the beginning of my Stater going out. It died a few days later in my drive way. The hiatus from having an operational car inspired Becky and I to bike more. Believe it or not, this is one of the first times I have turned to YouTube for a non-digital solution of video based learning. I watched the following videos which taught me how to test my starter. Continue reading
It occurs to me that every time a new license is produced it is done as a response to a social context. That is, society has delivered a certain set of norms or reactions to existing ownership and licensing practices. It also occurs to me that with each new license created that there is an increased availability of licensing options to potential license users. Inherently this means that any given license should be expected to be used less with the release of a new licenses. I wonder if there is a way to plot the use of licenses, and the growth rate of new licenses.
So I am looking to redo my business card. I thought I might put a QR code on it. So I stopped by this site: http://goqr.me/. Lets see how it works out. I am a little concerned with claims made that vCard QR codes do not work with certain devices: http://qrlicious.com/2012/03/23/top-5-rules-for-qr-codes-on-business-cards/.
From time to time I look at how various organizations evaluate and acquire new systems. This post is rather interesting comparing the acquisition of two complex systems by the Air Force.
It is also interesting when comparing motorbikes in Nigeria and the US. The ones from/made in China are Prolific.
I found out today that the Zapier Service does not work with PODs Advanced Content Types, nor does it add content to custom fields in WordPress. - This service had so much potential...
I was hoping to use Zapier to move data from a Google Spreadsheet to PODs Advanced Content Type. It looks like I will have to rebuild the PODs Advanced Content Type as a Custom Post Type, or test out a plugin like:http://wordpress.org/plugins/wpsync/.