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They should just open up shop behind lumber yards somewhere and automate the transmitter with a lamp timer. That’d solve all their problems right there!
*10* video services on one channel? Seriously? In conventional ATSC? I can’t begin to imagine how blocky and hazy that must be since that’s stretching 6 MHz pretty thin.
All SD I assume? No way they’d be able to transmit a HD service in that big of a mux and actually have any of it be marginally watchable (reserve your comments of the programming itself). If so that would have to be one of the lossiest TV multiplexes I’ve ever heard of.
That’s wonderful lastday. Go ahead and apologize for our President. But know that the majority of us voted against crooked Hillary.
Desolée, mon président est un idiot. Je n’ai pas voté pour lui.
Dotard: Word of the year!
I wonder if it’s that one guy in Hazel Dell who used to volunteer at Golden Hours again. I forget who, think it might have been Gerry Gaule. Whomever, he’s been known to play oldies on 1710 (?) in the past, usually getting his first-amendment rights pissed on by the Federal Censorship Corporation not long after.
package one can use to host a blog or website on a private server. I think Dan uses the latter.
Yes. AFAIK Dan has always hosted on his own equipment. If you remember some years ago this site used Discusware which was M$ ASP-based and before that I think something else. (You can see it in the archive.org links I posted in another thread about a year or so ago.) Before this current system he was using Bbpress which was still associated with WordPress but a more or less proper forum system that could operate as a separate module.
Probably. I’ve had that same issue myself here and on a couple other sites. I call it “WordPressing” or the “WordPress Effect”. I think it has to do with a badly-behaving or misconfigured spam filter. You can chalk it up to a notoriously shoddy, bug-ridden highly exploitable swiss-cheese CMS system doing what it does best.
Typical day in the life at WordPress: they fix one bug and break two more things in the process. Then they fix those things and something els breaks. And so on. It’s a losing battle. A while back I even came up with a little slogan for companies like Vbulletin or Simple Machines to use in their ads to convince users to switch away: “drop it before it drops you”.
Well, that’s what happens when you take a CMS specifically designed for blogs and turn it into something it’s not. Mountains from mole hills.
Do what I do. Write everything out in a text editor beforehand and copy and paste it to the forum. Then you will also have an insurance backup to repost later in case it gets WordPressed or Loumaaged.
Gee, I thought this thread was going to say that Justin_Timberfake’s finally getting a new car!
(Whatever happened to him?)
I sure hope you’re paying Dan a lot of money for all of his valuable bandwidth you waste with your useless drivel, bacon.