Daniel Weiss

Daniel Weiss

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525 weeks ago @ Jon Fox - Ubiquity: PHP function... · 0 replies · +2 points

You are on a roll. I too am falling in love with the utility of ubiquity. One question for you ... Where is the UB command to comment on a blog that has intensedebate installed?

556 weeks ago @ techniQal support - Fastest Blog in the World · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks Tom, I am very happy with the service. And from a customer support perspective, well done.

557 weeks ago @ techniQal support - Twitter Daily Ski and ... · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks. The plan is to switch to a twitter direct message method, and allow you to pick which resorts you want. That way you only get a few tweets instead of the full 17 every day.

558 weeks ago @ techniQal support - 100 Minutes at Lijit · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks, I thought it was cool, and it was fun to put together. Maybe we can do a Rock Band only version next time.

562 weeks ago @ Feld Thoughts - Fuck The Packaging · 0 replies · +1 points

I suggest a relatively low tech solution that I used on my last blister pack purchase.

Try using a plain old manual can opener.

No cutting, or dismemberment involved, and everybody has one.

Maybe not as quick a slashing it with a sharp object, but much safer.

564 weeks ago @ techniQal support - Colorado Ski/Snow Report · 0 replies · +1 points

Hey Tim, the email bounced.

View the source here: http://www.techniqal.com/blog/src/index.php

Select "snow.php" from the left hand menu. Be aware, that this is old version, but should give you the gist. It is pretty basic grab rss-> parse -> display. If you are looking for the geo information, I keep that seperately, but I could provide it if needed.

Happy holidays!

564 weeks ago @ techniQal support - Colorado Ski/Snow Report · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks for the feedback Tim. The chumby is awesome. A coworker has one. Let me grab the code. Send me an email at techniblog@gmail.com, and I can email it to you. Otherwise, I will post a link in the comments here.

565 weeks ago @ techniQal support - Colorado Ski/Snow Report · 0 replies · +1 points

Thanks Ryan.

To be honest, coloradoski.com owns the rss feed, but I have considered adding some meta data to the feed, and re-publishing it. Once I grab a bit more time, I will take look at your suggestions and see if I can add some value to the feed that they publish.