The personal website of Scott W Harden
November 12th, 2002

back with style... err... yeah

well I'm back from Boston. Like the layout? I made it on the plane... between princess mononoke and spirited away. Looks spiffy huh? Not quite sure if I'm going to revert to my 'calling card' blue and grey... Give me feedback people. Today my friend Steve from Michigan said something worth posting:

steve: man, you need a girl

rts: curious, why do you say that?

steve: too many monitors :D

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title: back with style
date: 2002-11-12 13:20:25
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# back with style... err... yeah

 well I'm back from Boston. Like the layout? I made it on the plane... between princess mononoke and spirited away. Looks spiffy huh? Not quite sure if I'm going to revert to my 'calling card' blue and grey... Give me feedback people. Today my friend Steve from Michigan said something worth posting:

 steve: man, you need a girl

 rts: curious, why do you say that?

 steve: too many monitors :D
October 28th, 2002

woohoo! server's up

Allright, lets see. BSD is now installed and stable running apache and php4 with MySQL to provide a cozy little 180 Gb webserver (across 3 drives). I have written a basic website, wrote the shoutbox, and just finished setting up news. Hopefully this will make it easier to post more often! Oh yeah, all this cool computer stuff.. its running on a computer that's 233mhz with 64 megs of ram. :D

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title: woohoo! server's up
date: 2002-10-28 13:13:21
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# woohoo! server's up

 Allright, lets see. BSD is now installed and stable running apache and php4 with MySQL to provide a cozy little 180 Gb webserver (across 3 drives). I have written a basic website, wrote the shoutbox, and just finished setting up news. Hopefully this will make it easier to post more often! Oh yeah, all this cool computer stuff.. its running on a computer that's 233mhz with 64 megs of ram. :D
October 19th, 2002

First day of Unix

webserver now set up running FreeBSD! woohoo! Learning something new every day aren't I? ;)

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title: First day of Unix
date: 2002-10-19 02:14:10
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# First day of Unix

webserver now set up running FreeBSD! woohoo! Learning something new every day aren't I? ;)
October 10th, 2002

rebuilding life

trying to rebuild a small site, where I can show wallpapers and images and small things. I don't think I'll rebuild a big site now. Possibly on my laptop on the way to china...

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title: rebuilding life
date: 2002-10-10 13:10:28
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# rebuilding life

 trying to rebuild a small site, where I can show wallpapers and images and small things. I don't think I'll rebuild a big site now. Possibly on my laptop on the way to china...
June 17th, 2001

Blocking Geocities Ads

Hey looks like I wrote the previous section today... weird... oh well. here I go! Today I started researching and I was all bumbed out because Yahoo! changed their ad policies for the personal home pages. It used to me that they could put a geocities ad at the bottom of the page (like a full size banner) and it would stay there. Your only other option was to accept the annoying "ad square" at the top right of the screen. Well I've always liked the "geo bar" (they called it) because it doesn't pop-up at you and it looks nicer on a webpage... well Geocities didn't like it. They said that someone can add the ad at the bottom of the page if they want to, but there's now going to be a pop-up "ad square" no matter what. Great! How annoying! For the longest time I played with the HTML code - back and forth - uploading and downloading. Finally I figured it stood up to the name "unhackable" because I realized they add a chunk of HTML in the code to make it happen... so I had to think of a different way to hide this. Well, I figured it out - a fool proof everlasting good-for-all script that I can add to make the ad go away (mostly) see the little 3 pixel wide bar on the right side? I'm workin' on it... ok I'm adding this 20 mins later. I fixed it! Now there is no banner snowing at all.... isn't life great? :o)

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title: Blocking Geocities Ads
date: 2001-06-17 02:37:11
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# Blocking Geocities Ads

Hey looks like I wrote the previous section today... weird... oh well. here I go! Today I started researching and I was all bumbed out because Yahoo! changed their ad policies for the personal home pages. It used to me that they could put a geocities ad at the bottom of the page (like a full size banner) and it would stay there. Your only other option was to accept the annoying "ad square" at the top right of the screen. Well I've always liked the "geo bar" (they called it) because it doesn't pop-up at you and it looks nicer on a webpage... well Geocities didn't like it. They said that someone can add the ad at the bottom of the page if they want to, but there's now going to be a pop-up "ad square" no matter what. Great! How annoying! For the longest time I played with the HTML code - back and forth - uploading and downloading. Finally I figured it stood up to the name "unhackable" because I realized they add a chunk of HTML in the code to make it happen... so I had to think of a different way to hide this. Well, I figured it out - a fool proof everlasting good-for-all script that I can add to make the ad go away (mostly) see the little 3 pixel wide bar on the right side? I'm workin' on it... ok I'm adding this 20 mins later. I fixed it! Now there is no banner snowing at all.... isn't life great? :o)
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