A wacky web week…
For the folks who read the SharePoint entry on hiding fields, that posting should have been in my LearnShifting blog… so if you head over there I have a variety of postings on primarily eLearning and multimedia tools with some observations on SharePoint as it blends in with our file systems, learning management systems and MS Office Tools.
This blog is more a diary… a rather empty diary at the moment which is a pity because I would like to write more.
Joe is very busy as well and today he has Chinese for three hours followed by a basketball match. He has changed teams to play for his school – Essington – there will be more on that after today’s match. He really enjoyed his time with the TV Jets, but it makes more sense from a history perspective to play for Essington seeing as I attended the same school when it was known as Rapid Creek Primary. This evening we have the school fete at Essington where I am on the second hand book store. Joe will be playing the violin with the senior strings and tomorrow we fly our little drifter down to Coomalie where the annual Merlin Magic event is being held.
The title of this post is in reference to the fact that xsymetrix.com.au was offline due to someone hacking the site… not that there was anything to steal, but they use it to send out spam. Because the site has been there for such a long time I had to pop in and do a little cleanup.
I have welded my hangar doors on and they haven’t fallen off yet. A smaller but more artistic welding effort was taking an old plough blade and creating a barbeque by welding three metal legs onto it. After creating it, I though it would perform better as bird bath or table where you could place a 3D carving from Bali into the well of the plough and place a circular glass piece over the top.
Although this could be used as a barbeque, I think the weber is a smarter way to cook a steak.