I downloaded a Air Penguin from to my android tablet the other day which Noah my 4-year old played with and I suddenly got some emails thanking me for buying from GAMEVIL USA and letting me know that this in-app purchase cannot be refunded.The amount? $49. What a rip off. Several more emails arrived for a total of $55. Is that game evil or what?


2011 Drupalcamp Austin

Sat, 11/19/2011 - 8:00am to Sun, 11/20/2011 - 5:00pm

DrupalCamp Austin 2011 is happening this November 19-20. Last year’s DrupalCamp drew more than 300 attendees from across the US and Europe, as well as presenters from some of the world’s top Drupal shops. After just two years, DrupalCamp Austin has established itself among the Drupal community’s top annual gatherings.

One of the most powerful aspects of Drupal is the CCK contributed module(s).  It has undergone an interesting history from its roots in the flexinode module to it's current incarnation in the form of Fields which is now part of Drupal 7 core.  The functionality is simple but incredibly powerful.  Fields lets you add fields (just as you might in any relational database) to Drupal which can hold data.  So if you need to add a field to store the price of product you are reviewing on your Drupal site, Fields lets you do that.  Further, you can then display that information along with the produc

There is this super cool add-on that lets you create apps for your desktop. It is called Webrunner (from Salsita Software) It is a replacement for an app I loved dearly called Prism.  I use it with a app for my to-do list, a google calendar app, a google docs app.  I even tried a gmail app but I prefer Thunderbird.  Check out how to do it at

What's up with the Internet Identity Movement? EFF-Austin Monthly Meeting

Wed, 06/01/2011 - 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Back by popular demand! EFF-Austin’s resuming monthly public meetings on Internet and cyber liberties topics of interest.

Our very special guest speaker is coder extraordinaire Tom Brown, just returned from Internet Identity Workshop #12

CMPBS Panel Discussion and Book Signing

Thu, 04/14/2011 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm

The Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems is proud to announce the release of Center for Maximum Potential Building Systems: 35 Years of Serious Commotion. The Limited Edition Compendium chronicles the Protocols, Policies, and Prototypes that emerged from the nation’s oldest sustainable design non-profit organization.To celebrate the release of the book CMPBS will host a panel of four of our favorite alumni who are continuing to work toward a more sustainable future in Central Texas and beyond.

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KAB Cultivating Leaders: Activity Kit Training

Sat, 03/26/2011 - 9:00am to 11:30am


Join Keep Austin Beautiful for a FREE workshop on Saturday, March 26th from 9am to 11:30am to explore hands-on science activities and discover the many resources available to lead environmental education activities at festivals and incorporate them into your teaching repertoire.

Well I installed the finally released Drupal 7 last night.  It sure looks very slick and modern.  I'm glad it is finally rClick to view larger versioneleased but it does feel a little like having another child.  I had a tough time trying to understand the new way of doing taxonomy.  In Drupal 6, you just go


I just got off the phone a couple of hours ago in disbelief.  I was called by a Case Manager from HP and told that HP does not support printing labels on their printers.  I purchased an HP OfficeJet 4500 printer from Office Depot and delivered it to a client.  They had a great deal of frustration trying to print on labels and I was able to replicate their problem easily.  The label sheets seem to just slide around inside the printer and never print correctly.  They don't line up.  I called HP to try to get them to replace the printer with something that would work but they simply wouldn't h



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