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2005/01/16: Moving the Website and other News

I'm gradually moving over my old website content from http://pcisys.net/~glenn_butcher. Funny how there's nothing like using a tool to show you what it doesn't do; I've spent some time adding code to website to make it do things that were easy in the old site. What's nice here, is that everthing is automatically formatted for the IPAQ based on the browser-specific template. As if anyone else cares... :D

I told Sherry I'd start posting here weekly. So, here it is.

I'm getting ready to take Matt to church youth group. I'm going to drive them between houses in a progressive dinner. Maybe when I get back I'll post some more...

I'm back, and we're sitting in bed with our laptops in our laps. Sherry's reading Kwaj Hourglasses, and I'm typing on this and doing other things in the website. Gradually, I'll get everything moved over to pulpitrock.net and just put a redirect in pcisys.net. The website software is proving to work well; I'm also using it at work to post test event information.

We were talking earlier about how the internet has affected our sense of the world's size. We can post pictures and text that can be seen anywhere in seconds, so distances don't mean total disconnect from others' lives. And then it's funny how this message travels to the pulpitrock.net server in Texas (I think) before it reaches Sherry sitting next to me.


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