Two days ago, it seemed that XMarks was going to close, forever. It seems that they’ve had a load of comments saying “oh no, what do I do now – they’re the only cross browser sync in the business” (they don’t – sadly – support Opera, but do support Firefox, Internet Explorer, Chrome and Safari, although sadly that last on Mac only).
Turns out there might be a lifeline yet… Here’s the details, and if you can’t wait, just go and pledge to pay between $10 and $20 for a premium service. That’s a year. Yes folks, a year. Sounds like a good deal to me…
After a long while not bothering to update WordPress, when I finally got around to installing version 3.1, which I had to do manually, as the automated updated didn’t work (it hasn’t worked in months). Immediately after running the (required) database update, I began getting 500 errors on the site. Not good.Read More »
I just had an idea for Google. So, naturally, I did a Google search on “How to I make a suggestion for Google?”. The top page told me the answer – but it wasn’t on Google’s site! Anyway, turns out that their is where to put it.
My suggestion? Quite simple. I wanted to type “about:config” in the URL bar, but forgot the colon. I thought it would be kinda neat if Google said “Did you mean about:config?”.
My regular readers (all both of you) may have noticed that Esotechnica has been offline. I’m sure your curiosity has been insatiable, so why the outage?
I messed it up.
One control panel – many sites. Too much wine, one wrong click…
Safe to say I won’t be doing that again!