Dairy.com is launching as guess what… A diary.
Diary.com is in beta stages and could be the answer for moving your entire dairy online and having access to it from anywhere in the world
On Dairy.com upon registration you’ll be given two types of diaries. One for private and one to share your stuff with the world. This is kind of how blogging started but anyway.
You can pretty much use Diary.com as your personal blog by the looks of it. Dairy.com looks like a social network and a personal diary online put together in one great green site.
This thing made its first flight today. They proved that it can in fact fly. I dont know if they have broken the speed barrier yet but they plan on going close sometime before 2010.
That is the message tweeters are so often used to. Many leaving this great social network, others just waiting till the message goes away.
There are so many twitter addicts, i have no idea what they do in times like this. The thing that gets me is how does twitter make money. I am no social media php developer or whatever it may be called but I just dont see how such a big social network can run without any ads. Sure there have been posts about them getting ads and all that but its been a few months and they still not have any ads on.
Anyway I am just wondering how a social network that uses so many servers and bandwidth can run without ads and still be successful.
Because of the size of the old look and feel we had to get another not so heavy on the bandwidth and faster loading theme.
We went for a minimal look to focus more on content and the articles we publish.
We are also upgrading quality of content and authors now should have their own usernames that blog here.
If you would like to blog on fromtheold feel free to use the contact page.
Also expect some new articles about blogging and WordPress as we will be moving some sites here.
I wanted to hear how she sings. I’m so used to all these talentless woman who are famous for they’re looks that I was surprised that Sophie can actually sing. And pretty good as well. The song is a bit sappy and the actual music was on the tacky side but her voice is stunning. Ah I can smile again she isn’t just a pretty face.
Ooh!This looks fun!Desperate Housewives is my favorite tv series. They are going skip 5 years and take of from there. So exciting I love how they almost always manage to do something no one else has. I can’t wait to see what has happened to everyone. I went and read about the upcoming season and don’t want to spoil things but I believe there are going to be a couple of surprises.
This is most of Helderberg captured on one photo. Also taken with a Canon 450d with a Sigma 18-200mm lens. In the front is Gordons Bay and then to the left is Somerset West and Strand. I think i missed a part of Strand though.
This little hobbie cat was quite deep with one guy on it. Guess he does not have a fear of sharks. This photo was taken with a Canon 450D with a sigma 18-200mm lens.
If you look to the left of the photo there is a black dot, this was the whale i blogged about earlier.
Tonight 28 August 2008, Mars will be closest to the earth for the next couple of hundred years. If you watch the moon tonight around 11pm-1am sometime you will see Mars just peeking around the moon. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to see this since it only comes once in our lifetime.
I dont know if this is called a eclipse of some sort but I have the camera ready.
I took the camera out for a bit today and got some nice photos of a duck sitting high up in the trees in Parel Vallei road, Somerset West. I am no bird watcher but I am sure we dont have these big birds here often. That things was massive.
One thing is sure if you know your birds and are a birdwatcher you would enjoy Helderberg since there are so many kinds of birds and places to watch them.
The Hermanus whale festival is that time of year where you actually have a reason to go to Hermanus. The rest of the time finding one is not that hard with those beautiful beaches and nice restaurants.
Usually the Hermanus whale festival offers great views and this time of year its the perfect time to go, September being even better weather.
The whales are already here, just today we spotted a whale here in Helderberg close to Gordons Bay.
Soon they will start visiting Hermanus.
We will soon have a Hermanus Whale festival section up here.