I’m going to coin a phrase that I haven’t seen elsewhere but hope at the same time that I’m not abusing someone’s copyright. Either way, we’ve all heard of Frequently Asked Questions or Frequently Answered Questions, but more often I find myself looking for information sources where I can spend time trying to learn or understand something as opposed to just finding an easy solution. So, to aid with this, if I come across something that should be helpful in learning or understanding something I’ll drop it in a section called Frequently Asked Links or FALs to aid others in their quest for knowledge.
Does someone know of a script that I can use to display a calendar in Blogger that is in sync with the archives? I’m also trying to find an efficient way of tagging a message or blog into various categories. Right now it looks like both these options are not implemented by default.
I have just returned from a speech by Arun Gandhi. What made the speech so important is that the speaker is the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi. His talk was about racial harmony and how to channel your anger toward finding a resolution. Did you know that Mahatma Gandhi began his non-violent fight in South Africa?
I was revamping my home page and decided to move a page called Cultural Exposure to my blog. At some point I realized that I needed a way to effectively group my travel and created the page. Now this is merely a placeholder. Someday, it’ll link to pictures and other worthy country type information.
Countries I’ve visited:
- South Africa
- United Kingdom
- United States of America
At the Macworld Expo, Steve Jobs unveiled new IPod designs. Called the IPod-Mini, the new device can store 4GB worth of songs.