Commit 234e96df authored by David Duggins's avatar David Duggins

added images and updated paths to remove mixed content warnings

parent 076735c1
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date: "2008-11-13T00:00:00Z"
date_published: "2008-11-13T05:00:00.000Z"
date_updated: "2008-11-13T05:00:00.000Z"
draft: true
slug: a-screenshot
title: a screenshot
\n Just thought that I would post a screenshot of my Desktop today.  Gentoo Linux with Songbird running.
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\n Here is a screenshot of my current Desktop:
......@@ -8,4 +8,4 @@ title: Developing on the Mac
\n The main reason that I made the switch from Linux to the Mac was the desire for a streamlined and simply put "easy" development enviroment. I currently can say that I have found utopia. For starters, Coda is everything that a developer could want in a package that one thought would never be possible. Then, I discovered a bunch of Dashboard widget that assist in the development process as well. The dashboard is great because it sits transparently over the page, displaying information. I have a widget that monitors MySql, one that gives me access to the complete PHP documentation, Ruby Documentation as well as searches for Ruby Classes, HTML, CSS and PHP. I even have a cool widget that can measure screen pixels!
![mac screenshot](
![mac screenshot](/media_httpimgskitchco_iigtg-scaled500.jpg)
......@@ -12,29 +12,29 @@ Lets start with the Administrator.
The connections dialog box is the same for both the Admin and Browser tools
![mysql gui](
![mysql gui](/media_httpimgskitchco_egndf-scaled500.jpg)
You can connect on the fly or use one of your previously stored connections
![mysql gui](
![mysql gui](/media_httpimgskitchco_ibddi-scaled500.jpg)
The Administrator lets you look at information regarding all the MySQL users and tables. You can create and administer users, as well as see who is connected to any table and any given time. An easy window to view all the logs on the server is also available.
![mysql gui](
![mysql gui](/media_httpimgskitchco_kcghu-scaled500.jpg)
We can backup and restore our databases with ease...just a click of a button. Here we can also create new tables and fill them with fields.
![mysql gui](
![mysql gui](/media_httpimgskitchco_cwtkc-scaled500.jpg)
The Browser tool is a great way to view your existing data and give it a good once over
![mysql gui](
![mysql gui](/media_httpimgskitchco_byevi-scaled500.jpg)
The Browser allows you to run queries against all your tables and shows the data in a grid right there in the window. Given the proper permissions, you can even edit the data right there while browsing.
Now we get to the Workbench. Workbench allows you to visually design and manage database schematics.
![mysql workbench](
![mysql workbench](/media_httpimgskitchco_kunjf-scaled500.jpg)
The Workbench is still a work in process, but the ability to design with ERR diagrams is, in my opinion awesome.
......@@ -4,12 +4,12 @@ date_published: "2009-09-10T04:00:00.000Z"
date_updated: "2009-09-10T04:00:00.000Z"
slug: gdgt-and-the-sorry-bastard
title: gdgt and the sorry bastard!
draft: true
\n My friend Ian made mention of having joined a site called gdgt that helps you list all the gadgets that you own. And, since the guy who dies with the most toys wins, I decided to also sign up for an account (dduggins).
While I was adding gadgets to my account, I came across a very, very sad individual:
Here is a guy who openly admits to wanting Vista! Redmond, go find this guy and make a commercial with him! Maybe bring Seinfield back...or better yet, lets have this guy do the robot with Bill!
......@@ -8,13 +8,13 @@ title: Google's Fast Flip
\n I am a google fan. When I see something new in the labs, I gotta give it a try. I've just given Fast Flip and speedy spin and I have to say that I am impressed with the potential.
![fast flip](
![fast flip](/media_httpimgskitchco_iyvxh-scaled500.jpg)
The concept seems to be to give a rss newsreader a more "paper" feel. A lot like reading a magazine online. I like how the content is listed on the page. An arrow lets you view more content to the right of the screen.
The text of the site is very well rendered, keeping the feel of the original site. Also, a little pop-up on the side lets you quickly navigate farther down.
![fast flip](
![fast flip](/media_httpimgskitchco_rvcud-scaled500.jpg)
The bottom line: This goes right along with one of my previous posts on Google Reader. I would love to see the ability to add feeds for my favorite sites to this. In fact, total customization would be preferred. This way, I could have the convenience of a newsreader and still see the sites that I am following in a visual way.
......@@ -8,6 +8,6 @@ title: Yesh!! I was doing alright with the SEO thing and didn't even know it!!
\n I've doing some looking into my seo'ness the past couple of days. I looked at the Top Search Queries and found out that the phrase "mac ide" returned my site in the top 12. I gave it a try, and just look at the results!!
![seo results](
![seo results](/media_httpimgskitchco_fdpde-scaled500.jpg)
Look at that! If anyone searches for "mac ide" my blog post on mac ide's is on the bottom of page two!!! Not too shabby. Now it's time to see if we can't make it any better
......@@ -8,12 +8,12 @@ title: My new Mac Desktop (at work)
\n I got a new mac at my job. I opted for a Mac Mini, fully upgraded to 4gigs of ram and a single 500gb harddrive. I also got two 20" HD LCD monitors. It's a sweet deal. Here is a side-by-side screen shot of both on the desktop.
Since I use the machine mainly for web-development, I have a slew of browsers installed, including IE8 via Windows 7, Bootcamp and Parallels. I created aliases for each browser and placed them in a stack on the dock for easy access
Another thing I like to do is use the Secret plugin to hide the desktop and then load the desktop via a stack on the dock as well.
......@@ -6,4 +6,4 @@ slug: charleston-trip
title: Charleston Trip
![Charleston Trip](
![Charleston Trip](/img_0002-scaled1000.jpg)
......@@ -11,8 +11,6 @@ Komodo crashed on my so much that I have deemed it a lost cause. I have had simi
Over the weekend I installed Debian Squeeze. It is the first totally free kernel. No non-free drivers or modules. I like.
Here is a cool screenshot:
![Debian Squeeze](
Anyway. Good times. What else is going on right now? Finishing up one hell of a project. Not hard my nature...hard by the folks I have to deal with. I have another major contract coming up (but can't say too much about it yet) and I am preparing for my session and workshop at POSSCON. It's getting closer! If you are not signed up yet, you should! I'll be giving a talk on using OSS to help run your business on the cheap. My workshop will be a great time where we go over how to use most of the software that I talk about in my session. This is my first time talking a major conference and I am excited about it!
Well, that's all for right now. I'll try and have some cool stuff for you all soon!
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