Tracey still recovering. One trip to busselton hospital. All good now.
It’s funny how a day can work out.
I didn’t plan to have a day at work. But it ended up happening.
One of the most productive days I’ve had in a while. Echo’s reported. Rosters written. And all from going to work, while telling everyone I was having the day off.
A staggering statistic:
A complete rebuild of the server. Running on Lion now, which isn’t trivial. No support for MySql, so it has to been installed manually.
And poor virtual host support – have bought VirtualHostX, which does the job well.
Now I just need to rebuild the whole thing, although the blog entries are here, which is a start.
Well, I think I have my server running.
I really liked this article on energybulletin.net that looked at the fundamentals of solar versus wind.
Currently, wind power is cost neutral (at least) compared with fossil fuels for power generation, but intermittent. Solar photovoltaic is 4x the cost of fossil fuels such as coal, and doesn’t work all the time – specifically at night.
So it seems obvious which one to develop…. Except for one thing. All wind power comes from solar energy. When you look at the total amounts of energy that actually goes into wind power, its a small percentage of solar.
Net result: There isn’t going to be enough wind power out there to really solve all the world energy problems. There is plenty of solar power however.
So – solar wins.
I know that RoughlyDrafted is a bit of an apple site, but I did find this one amusing
Slowly but surely, microsoft is copying the user interface features of os x.
Or, to put it another way, be grateful that nobody let the programmers put a right mouse click on an iPhone. Because they would have if they were left to their own devices.