Monthly Archives: January 2011

My Plan to Convert PHP-Fusion sites to WordPress.

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I’m working on a plan on my other site for converting PHP-Fusion sites to WordPress.  PHP-Fusion is a “content management system” (CMS), in which the website can be built almost entirely using a web-browser, and users/authors can update the site with minimal technical skills.  The full plan and reasons for converting from PHP-Fusion are listed in two blogs on that ... Read More »

Google Reveals Stats in “Amicus Curiae” Brief

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Google recently filed an “amicus curiae” brief in a New York federal court case where EMI (record label) is suing MP3tunes.  An amicus curiae is someone, not a party to a case, who volunteers to offer information to assist a court in deciding a matter before it. The information provided may be a legal opinion in the form of an ... Read More »

Converting Phatnotes to Evernote

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Over the weekend, I convert over 800 notes from Phatnotes to Evernote.  I originally used Phatnotes (from a company called Phatware) to sync notes from my PC to my old windows-mobile phone.  When I switched to Blackberry, I gave up and did without the notes on my phone.  But now that I have an Android phone, I decided to give ... Read More »