Windows Live Writer

Have you heard of this? Well, I just found out about it. It’s quite cool. It’s a client for blogging, and you can even use it for Blogger blogs. It seems there’s some sort of standard that Blogger supports. So this is written using Windows Live Writer. I’m not sure if it’s better or worse or the same as using Word to write blog entries. I have also started the blog for Zemobo. Zemobo will Read post »

IIS7 on Vista and languages

I installed IIS on Vista the other day, but haven’t done anything with it yet. But today I was visiting a poorly configured site that redirected to localhost, and I got an error message (as the file didn’t exist). But it was in French. That it was in French isn’t too big a surprise (having had my computer set up for French while I was over there) but I was sure everything was back to English. I Read post »

More on Zooomr

Bloody Microsoft Word! I had actually written this whole post out in Word. And then Word crashed. For no reason. I didn’t even get a chance to take a screenshot of the page so that I wouldn’t have lost everything. Oh well. I shall start from scratch. Last week I was quite keen to see the new version of Zooomr, the photo sharing site. It was down for a few days as they were deploying the new version. Read post »

Vista and Daylight Saving Time

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Check out my photos

I gave up waiting for Zooomr to come back online and have put some of my photos up on Flickr. I found out that using “sets” lets me organise the photos in the correct order. I spent a while geotagging my photos. That means putting the photos on a map, basically. Still not 100% sure that Flickr’s what I want (especially seeing that you can only create three sets if you don’t pay). I found a tool that Read post »