I don’t know how he does it, but Mark finds the coolest stuff, and this video of an amazing Lego machine for sorting miniature toy balls is yet another example.
I understand this was designed and created mostly by a Japanese enthusiast. He/she… Continue reading
On Saturday, Mark had to drive Stuart and his friends into Vancouver so they could attend the Vancouver Canucks vs. the Calgary Flames game at Rogers Arena. Since he wasn’t actually attending the game himself, he had made arrangements to spend a few hours with his sister Ann, who lives… Continue reading
Unfortunately, my first impression that this was the one theme of the four blogs I write that escaped unscathed in the recent WordPress update was false.
I discovered when trying to add a post today (first since the update) that what I was seeing in the edit and preview windows… Continue reading
(Reprinted from ‘Empty Nest Genealogy‘ blog.)
Wow, nothing for over a week and then two posts in one day. Now I’m rolling…
I wanted to post again because I made another amazing discovery and I felt it deserved it’s own post.
I have been using Internet Explorer on my netbook,… Continue reading
Today I decided to go through plug-ins and widgets and install several that I thought would enhance my website. After installing and activating them all, I noticed that my sidebar had dropped below the post section and for the life of me I couldn’t figure out how to fix it.… Continue reading
Well, this past week has been so-o-o hectic!
On the one hand, my poor pup’s medical emergency; then attending and volunteering at my son’s hockey tournament; then spending all other spare hours scrambling to get this and my other blog set up.
Part of my hours of labour have included… Continue reading
I write two blogs. This one, and another called ‘Empty Nest Genealogy‘ in which I provide information, links, reviews and recommendations to other amateur genealogists.
I had quite a struggle finding a host for my blogs.
First, I tried Blogspot.com. I found this site very inflexible and had a struggle… Continue reading