I’m a gmail user and I was inputting an address of a friend who got married. I know both the couple and have different contacts for each of them. As I was copying the address into one of them I was thinking there should be a way to link the address to the other. Why should I need to find the other person, and then copy the address again?
Later that night, I was planning to go to a friends house. I drive down the street and notice the car feels pretty bumpy and making some weird noise. I pull over 5 houses down, get out, and notice that back driver side tire is flat. I tried to pump it up and it wouldn’t even inflate. Therefore I had to change the tire. I was hoping to get another 5K from the tire.
Next morning I go to a neighborhood tire shop. Turns out another one of my tires has a nail in it. That tire is worn out pretty unevenly. A tire guy at Wal-Mart had told me something about that but didn’t think much about it. Turns out the Prius needs new shocks and struts. Quoted me $750. Dam
Noticed that the Prius went past 100K this week. Thanks for being reliable and for the mistreatment.
Here’s to another 100K. Cheers
Finally got around to getting my WP blog site back up. My web server renewal occurred in Nov and haven’t got around to getting the site back up. Now I’m on a digitalocean droplet. Figured I’d be hosting multiple sites so might as well get a droplet instead of only getting web hosting space.
I did lose some posts from the migration but don’t even remember what it is anymore. The Updraft backup saved me. I thought i exported to XML but couldn’t find the file anymore so I had to do a DB restore and since I changed URL of the blog things got all screwy.
Looks good so far and hopefully I’ll have more updates. Though the goal is make a better landing page for mitchellfang.com
“Excuse me officer. Are you detaining me, or am I free to go?” If the officer says you’re free to go, leave immediately and don’t answer any more questions.
According to a Dun & Bradstreet survey, 40 per cent
of small business failures occur between the first
and fifth years of inception, 27 per cent fail
between the sixth and tenth year, and 33 per cent
fail by the time the businesses cross their tenth
Toftoy, C. N., & Chatterjee, J. (2004). Mission Statements and the Small Business. Business Strategy Review, 15(3), 41-44. doi:10.1111/j.0955-6419.2004.00326.x
Weighed in today @ 171 lbs. A lot lighter than I thought I’d be with heavy shoes, jacket, wallet, phone and such on.
Weigh out is on 1/15 @ 1030. Hopefully going to wait in @ 165
Woot dude stole more than I could even store. It was an easy loot. this guy had level 1 walls.
Hooked on this game. Makes me want to get an iphone.Not sure how I’m suppose to do multiplayer battle though.
Here’s a mindmap that I drew for my creative PhotoBook project I will do for my class.