My mates and I had to wire the core logic for each operation using barbed wire and hand tooled relays that we had to build in metal shop. I'll tell you, laddie, we smashed many a finger just to resolve 2 + 2 = 5 - but back then it was close enough.
Trade in a real computer for "store credit" towards an overpriced model of a POS tablet no one wants...
Something before the macrovision chip with 4+ heads... Though Im not sure if the heads affect playback...
(Beyond rthe base install which includes GIMP, Firefox and LibreOffice)
- A desktop environment that actuially is usable
- Apache, PHP, MySQL, Aptana, PHPMyAdmin
- Xine and whatever I need to play DVDs
- Adobe Reader
- Printer Drivers
- Synaptic Package Manager
Your TV prviledges are revoked, go to your room!
Fixed the issue with the pointer on hover on table cells that are links, and my calendar wasnt highlighting the dates with events, that's been fixed.
I have in the date boxes, the number of matching events/groups in the calendar view... should make that more apparnt currently (other than the number) it lightens the date shading.
You aren't really seeing the depth yet, though if you go say to an event, you can click to the venue and get the contact details or from the event (or the event host, if listed) events can list participants (entertainers/caterers/vendors, etc) which will then also cross-list back to that event on thier info pages. Beyond dates it also lists any local services, business and groups and those cross lists when one local producer's products are sold at another local business. Indicates if they are open now, etc. Also everything is geocoded, so from an event, you can touch to do a nearby listing or search of other events/businesses/services/groups, etc.
Noithing I've seen has gone into the detail or work as easily I have done so far.
Ok maybe I need add roundy corners. Ahh, 'vertical' spacing... got it.
well, actually most everything is a link except the back button and submit for the forms... Most are denoted with a shaded background (work in progress) Its not the standard pardigm, but I think the effect works. Time will tell.
You mean I have to style the BROWSE, HAPPENING, CALENDAR, and HELP to look more like buttons?
Your handy (even on your smartphone) local search
for places, shopping, events and services
in Amador, Calaveras & Tuolumne Counties!
Not sure what to search for?
then click "Browse" or "Happening"!
seems to list the area.. guess I should add California to that (you know, there are a bunch of places called Portland...?).. but I do suggest what to click.
I'll get exporting (not sure about importing, most folks up here arent that tech savvy) and all that goodness in there eventually. I've been getting the data structure and some ease of use stuff settled first.
I'm looking at the other suggestions on this post.
Will look over yours later on and send ya some feedback.
Man, I must be taking up some real estate in your mind.
Thanks for the suggestion. I guess then, in your belief, I'm tilting at just my own personal windmills. I can live with that.
> I have no interest in being told about all of the events near to me. Quite the opposite, actually.
Well, then that's just you, move along.
People visinting a place would reqally like to know what's going on while they are there, not afterwards. Around here getting the word out usually entails the printing and distribution of printed materials (papers, flyers, etc. Not very efficient. Web calendars help if you have web access... again, not no one thing works for everyone.
I would think its been more like most of recodrded history. at least
A one size fits all calendar would be a nightmare to cover the myrad of applicartions for keeping and tracking time/events.
Also as with most software the world outpaces the original design regularly, and software needs to adapt to new ideas and trends (responsive/minimalist design, phone friendly interface, etc.)
20 years ago we didnt have iphone with GPS and mobile web, facebook, etc.
As Sonny and Cher put it - The beat goes on.