Okay,... so, some of these I assume you know what your doing, please keep that in mind.

These pages, most assembled years ago, are ones I had just hanging around. I dug them up and placed them here as a place to permanently retire them. Most will be, well lets just face it, on today's Internet,... completely useless.

None the less,... here they are,... retired.

  • Cognos - Adding jQuery
    A quick tutorial on how to embed jQuery into your reports at a global level.
  • Lottery
    Lottery list, using jQuery, each run against a lottery JSON feed.
  • Lamp Install
    Linux Mint LAMP install, dated.
  • Linux-isms
    Some simple linux utils I use, very simple stuff.
  • NFL
    NFL scores, my old score board, from a data feed.
  • Proverbs
    There are 31 Proverbs in the Bible, technically you could read one everyday. I only display today's.
  • Random MAC Address
    IEEE based random MAC address generator of sorts.
  • Read
    Started listing books I have read, recently.
  • USPS State Names
    List of state names and abbreviations.
  • X11 Color Names
    The X11 color name palette in hex and rgb.
  • Web Safe Colors
    The web safe color palette in hex and rgb.


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The Linux Mint Blog

News from the Mint Team

  • 2017-09-18 08:06Monthly News – September 2017

    Before we go through the news I’d like to thank you for your donations, your help and your generosity. Codename for Linux Mint 18.3 Linux Mint 18.3 will be called “Sylvia”.

  • 2017-09-01 08:45Monthly News – August 2017

    First, I would like to thank you for your donations and for your support. It’s a real pleasure to work on improving Linux Mint not only because it’s fun to develop and integrate software and technology but also because we see how happy and excited you are about what we do..

  • 2017-07-30 10:03Monthly News – July 2017

    Many thanks to all the people who donated to us. Thank you for your support. I hope you enjoyed the recent release of Linux Mint 18.2 and the upgrades in LMDE. The development cycle for Linux Mint 18.3 was started and some really exciting improvements landed already.

Space Station News

A RSS news feed containing the latest NASA press releases on the International Space Station.