Author Archives: Mustard Lee

Winding back on GoDaddy.

I’ll probably be moving back to this blog after hosting my blog on Godaddy for quite some time. I can’t say I didn’t like GoDaddy. I think I’ve more outgrown it. I wanted to use imap for my email at … Continue reading

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Creedence Clearwater Revival – Long As I Can See The Light

This song means so much to me. I sang this song to some of my family and friends one night as I was about to leave my country of birth, in Australia, to live a new life in the USA.  … Continue reading

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Got some GoDaddy.com webspace.

It’s taken me a long time to get here, but I’ve finally got some webspace of my own to play with.  I’ve signed up with GoDaddy.com under the 4GH Shared hosting plan.  I’m fairly imressed, but also disappointed with some … Continue reading

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Teaching myself some web basics.

I’ve spent the afternoon using Kompozer in attempt to bring out some sort of creative ability that might be buried inside me.  At least I hope I have some creative ability.  So far I am wrestling with a lot of … Continue reading

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A new social web.

I just had an idea for a new way of doing social networking. I read in an article the idea that its ‘ not about pages now, its about people’. My thoughts were that this was only half the story. … Continue reading

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The State of Diaspora and Fundraising Round Two – from ReadWriteCloud

The State of Diaspora and Fundraising Round Two – ReadWriteCloud. Quote from the link above; ….”Remember the Diaspora project? The federated and open source social network that launched its Kickstarter project just as public disgust at Facebook was at an … Continue reading

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Will installing Gentoo reveal more of linux or more of my laziness?

I’ve been getting into a little project of installing gentoo this week. My reason for doing so is to learn some more about the linux operating system and how it works. I’ve learnt a lot through my arch linux experience. … Continue reading

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