Yes, I’m perfectly aware there are numerous advanced editors available that handle RPG and CL, and perform the syntax checking we are all familiar with using SEU. However, it’s not always possible to use RSE or the other editors in all situations. Some companies may not want 3rd party software and editors accessing their iSeries, or maybe you’re working on a project where you find yourself plunked down at a desktop PC that’s either quite old or has limited capabilities.
You find yourself looking at an ugly, old green screen version of SEU. Yucko.
This thought comes from Uncommon Wisdom, and it is certainly very wise. They ask, “Are you the Customer? Or, are you the Product?”
Think about it the next time you decide you’re going to go online and search for your next purchase. You may think of yourself as the shopper or the customer, but remember that Google (and Yahoo, etc.) is offering you (yes, you) as a “product” to their advertisers.
Seems like every day I read a comment about “the WordPress CMS” (Content Management System), or how great WordPress is as a CMS, or something similar. I admit, I have to cringe. Not because I don’t like WordPress — because I do like it very much… but whether or not I “like” WordPress being described and sold as a CMS.
Purist will, of course, balk at the idea of lumping WordPress into the same class as other well-known Content Management Systems – like Joomla, Drupal, Concrete 5, DotNetNuke, and so on. I’m sure many of their arguments are valid, but at the same time, I’m also sure many of them will take their stance just because it’s “cool” to parrot someone else’s opinion on the matter.
Occasionally, when a post is added to a WordPress blog, it is scheduled for a future date and time. Or someone may use one of the dozens of plugins that adds multiple posts at one and schedules them for you.
Usually, this scheduling works. Sometimes it fails. And, when it does fail it can be very frustrating. Don’t worry, there is a way to fix it.
Before understanding the solution, let’s understand the problem a bit better.
Funny story talked about on Bob and Tom this morning.
FLORENCE, Ore. (AP) -- Firefighters say things got out of hand last weekend after one of three workers arriving about 6 a.m. for a house remodeling job south of Florence built a warming fire in the carport.
KCST-FM reports the fire spread, so another worker used an excavator to knock down the carport and try to pull it away from the house.
Sean Barrett, fire marshal for Suislaw Valley Fire and Rescue, says that didn’t help, and the blaze then spread to a Douglas fir tree.
The issue's description says that while some users received the 502 error when logging in, others had latency in accessing their emails…. 502 errors usually happen due to poor IP communication between servers. There have been a number of previous occasions when Google users have encountered a similar error, but this seems to be the first time when its has affected a multitude of Google services.
While I was pedalling into work this morning, I was listening to the morning show on KBOI radio. The talk of the day was all about “free” cell phones and other government waste. Wow. I had no idea how stupid this phone program is. Really opened my eyes.
The original intent of the program was to provide lower income families with a phone for emergencies, and so that they could look for work or be contacted by potential employers or temporary job services. The program has actually been in existence for years (so much for the “Obama phone” jokes), and up until recently was not a real waste of time and money.