Image Tag


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My Blog Image For 2019 Is A Playful Sea Turtle
Although I enjoyed that moon picture on my blog, itís been there far too long. In looking for something new in 2019, I decided to use a picture of a playful sea turtle. The photo, taken while I was in Mexico in January, shows the backend of the turtle as it swims away…
Posted Mar 05 by Steven 1 min read

Fixing My ZX81 RSS Feed
Iím doing a little Spring cleaning and ran across a little problem with my RSS feed that I failed to notice before. In some programs, the article images didnít display properly because I was using relative paths…
Posted May 05, 2013 by Steven 1 min read

Playing Around
It isnít all programming around here! Some days it is fun to just play around. I was adding an image to my other site which led to me reviewing some of my old Flickr images. In turn, I ran across my Wordle of Reid's for Fun image (article here)…
Posted Feb 16, 2012 by Steven 1 min read

Quick and Dirty Football Scores Userbar
Today, like most Fall Sundayís, is a great day to watch Football. It was fun watching San Fransisco play, but I often hack around on the computer during games. Fortunately there is plenty of time between commercials and time-outs to work on code…
Posted Oct 16, 2011 by Steven 2 min read

A Little Change of Color
I finally got around to updating the image and colors for my ZX81 site. I'm using a more muted pallet originated from the pages of the book in the logo. I've decided to keep the same basic layout of the parent site…
Posted Dec 29, 2010 by Steven 1 min read

Flickr LEGO Fun
Flickr has become my new favorite place to share my LEGO creations. I tend to use Facebook for family and friends, manly because that is what my family and friends use. But I digress. It is pretty easy now to use available tools, mine being Windows Live Photo Gallary, that allow easy publishing…
Posted Mar 14, 2010 by Steven 2 min read

Fun with Reflections
In playing around with iTunes, I really like the way the CoverFlow looks, especially the reflections. So, I started searching around to see if there was something similar for Vista. I didn't find any finders, but I did run into a few javascript scripts that had some neat features…
Posted Mar 16, 2008 by SafePit 1 min read