I'm ordering one of these right away. These folks really know their Drupal. Also I have found that O'Reilly books are really top notch. I'll post more about how good this book is soon. Update 3-26-09: I'm a huge fan. What a nice book.
One of the most unintrusive antivirus programs I have found is AVG. I have installed it on many of my clients computers and it has performed very well. It doesn't seem to slow down the computers at all and keeps them fairly safe from viruses. Please check it out.
I finally have become motivated to do some more work on the website. This social networking stuff seems to have really gotten some traction. Let's see if it grabs me. I have been spending time on www.facebook.com and getting hooked up with folks from high school in South Africa. That has been really great. Maybe some of them will find this blog? more later.
The girls have decided that since it's been really chilly, they would rather sleep in their laying boxes. This is in awfully bad taste as the eggs sometimes end up with poop on them. Yucko! So they found a nice little spot in the backyard where they now lay their eggs. Nice and clean and in a protected little spot. Wonderful. It is also closer to the house and behind a little screened area. I'll post a pic one of these days. I got 19 eggs the other day. Of course I had been sick for a week so there was no egg collecting.
Jennifer's Hope was founded in the name of Jennifer Crecente, who was murdered in February 2006 by her ex-boyfriend."Our aim is to reduce teen dating violence. And though we know that we must start in our small corner of the world, we hope to affect change at a greater level." Our host, Elizabeth Crecente, is the founder of this organization and will share with us more about the work that is underway to address this critical issue and what we can do to make a difference. This potluck will be at Jennifers home.
Saturday, 27 October 2007 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm
PLEASE BRING a dish that serves 6-8 people and you should also bring whatever you would like to drink (our host warned us her water isn't too tasty!). There are no food or beverage restrictions so you can BYOB. PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU NEED TO BRING YOUR OWN CUPS, PLATES AND UTENSILS. You are also encouraged to bring a folding chair to ensure we have enough seating.
From MOPAC go South past Ben White and William Cannon to the Davis exit. Exit off MOPAC and continue to the stop sign. Turn left. You will pass under MOPAC heading East. Go past the apartments and community pool on the right. Continue for several blocks. The street just before your turn is Copano. Go one block further to Corran Ferry and turn left. Take the first RIGHT (you can only go right) onto Cortina. The 4th house on the left 4208 Cortina (peach brick, green trim). You can park in the driveway or on the street.
From I-35 go to Ben White/71 and head West. Continue all the way until you reach the Brodie/Loop 1 (MOPAC) exit. Go straight through the light at Brodie. There are a few hinky curves and lights there between Brodie and MOPAC but if you watch the signs you'll be fine. Go past the Wal-Mart and turn just before the Target heading South onto MOPAC. From there go past the William Cannon exit to the Davis exit. Exit off MOPAC and continue to the stop sign. Turn left. You will pass under MOPAC heading East. Go past the apartments and community pool on the right. Continue for several blocks. The street just before your turn is Copano. Go one block further to Corran Ferry and turn left. Take the first RIGHT (you can only go right) onto Cortina. The 4th house on the left 4208 Cortina (peach brick, green trim). You can park in the driveway or on the street.
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