In the growth of the Internet, various challenges have been encountered. One of those is a battle between censorship and free speech, particularly in the context of material potentially inappropriate to certain audiences. I just brought my site, at least the WordPress-driven part of it, into the modern era of ICRA labeling.
I received my Windows 7 Ultimate Commemorative Edition today from Microsoft for being part of the beta program. As it happens, I tend to find myself running a lot of beta software.
If you searched for me online, you might not find a clear home for me. You would find my Facebook profile, my personal site, my MySpace profile, and more. The point is that there is a lot of duplication out there.
My personal site has transformed a fair amount over time. The content has largely been the same, but the design of the site has changed.
It was nine feet high and six feet wide and soft as a downy chick. John Denver and the Muppets even sung about it.
For the next few days, I am intending to run with PageHeap enabled. I’ve gotten a few crashes that come up as heap corruption, so hopefully enabling PageHeap will help find the root cause.
It shocks people on occasion that I titled my site ‘G’ Spot. However, I am a geek and find puns and double meanings interesting and fun.
In the history of my relationships, it has been a slow journey. However, I have now been with somebody for over a year. To most, she is know as Dianna, but for me she is Baishia.