Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Got an interesting email from David Smith last week after my rant about sitemeter. I checked with him to make sure it was OK to post his message: "Sorry you've been having troubles with Site Meter. I was the founder of Site Meter many years ago but sold the site in 2006 and unfortunately they haven't really treated it very well since them. Your solution to "fixing" Site Meter seems to be what a lot of people do, they switch over to statcounter. Just wanted to say hey! and I've been following your adventures for a few years. Your interests parallel a lot of mine with self sufficiency, photography, architecture, food/nutrition and just making things in general. I'm still living in the suburbs but I'm hoping the zoning for my neighborhood will finally be changed this spring and I'll be able to build my chicken coop."
Tech Talk of the day. Finally got around to finding the solution to downloading my YouTube videos to my netbook. The web worked exactly to my expectations today. One quick search and I came up with this advice that worked flawlessly...ahhhhhhh. http://howto.cnet.com/8301-11310_39-57405342-285/how-to-download-videos-from-youtube-vimeo-and-more/ CNET always has great computer advice. I used their first choice. 58,63,50,0,B,0