Thaum kuv tawm mus rau kuv lub tsheb tag kis no, kuv tau tso cua daj cua dub zoo ib yam. Xav txog nag, khov xwb. Kuv yuav tsum tau tsoo lub plhaub dej khov rau hauv kuv lub tsheb (Ford 500) thiab tom qab ntawd tshem tawm thaj tsam li 10 ntiv daus uas poob nag hmo. Cov menyuam tseem nyob hauv tsev - tsev kawm ntawv lawb lawm. Kuv ua nws los ua haujlwm tsis muaj teebmeem ntau (ua tsaug rau kev ua siab zoo rau AWD).
I hiked the 4 blocks to work through the snow and was pretty much exhausted (yea, I know… lose weight!). At work, a nice arrangement of bagels and fruit awaited the brave few who made it in. On a floor with 30+ other people, I think I was one of 6 that made it to the office. I live South of Indianapolis and the Northside was really beaten up bad! And tonight there's a repeat:
Pic los ntawm Xav tau TV:
Indianapolis yog lub nroog zoo nkauj thaum nws poob los. Cov architecture thiab monuments zoo li tsis txaus ntseeg nrog daus txaus nyob ntawm lawv. Kuv xav tias kuv tuaj yeem taug kev ncig nrog lub koob yees duab hnub no… tab sis muaj kev ua haujlwm.
Work was a real challenge. I spent the day on Instant Messenger and the phone. We've got an engaged team of professionals that are starting to build momentum on a great release for early next year. Not having others to bounce ideas and commentary off of really made it tough to be productive, so I buried myself in documents and did some prototyping.
Caij tsev tau zoo nkauj ntsiag to. Nrog txoj kev khoob, Kuv txiav txim siab coj kuv tus tub, Bill, out to get some experience driving in the snow. We found a great empty lot with over a foot of snow and I had him do some donuts, loss of control practice, sliding and quick braking… he was pretty amazed at how the car handled it (as was I)… antilock brakes, traction control, and all wheel drive really do provide so much more control. It's amazing. He practiced for about 30 minutes and then we left just in case someone called the police and thought we were messing around.
Peb nres rau qhov noj hmo ceev thiab kuv tau los tsev thiab pib ua si nrog qee qhov PHP thiab Technorati's API. Some of the code samples haven't been touched in years on their site (hint, hint). With PHP5's handling of XML inherent, I hope that someone does some updating soon. I wrote some code but couldn't actually get valid responses via PHP… so now I'm frustrated and calling it a night. I don't believe it's their API… I can cut and paste my request in the browser with no issues.
My hope is to build a nice widget that provides a profile of a blog… the ranking, latest posts, tag cloud, etc. so that it's easy to either post it on your own blog or look up someone elses. I'll get there, but I'm calling it a night. Sorry this isn't a more helpful post! I'll get back on track soon!
I'm going to get some sleep for the hike tomorrow!