Website tracking with Google Analytics

I recently started using Google Analytics to track my web site usage and so far it’s been great.  By creating a account, and installing the wordpress plugin “Google Analyticator” I now get detail on how my site is being viewed.  Great stuff – try it out!

mySql search and replace within a field.

When moving wordpress sites from one domain to another, it’s common to have hard coded urls in the database of the old web site.  To update the majority of the posts, you can use the following sql statement to update the post urls.  You may also need to run the statement on the guid foild as well. UPDATE wp_posts SET […]

synctoy for Windows file syncs…

I found the following application from Microsoft to be quite useful for syncing files between hard drives and network drives. Check it out!   

Why pre-flight checks are good…

This video was taken by Mr. Brown while we were at the Cherry Creek RC airfield ( last week. If you watch the video you’ll see the starboard aileron at full deflection.  The guy who flew the plane had a hard landing earlier that day and didn’t forgot to do another pre-flight control check before this flight.  I do a […]

Goodbye Sun Microsystems…

So Oracle is in the final stages of buying Sun Microsystems Inc, a company I adored for years. It’s too bad to see Sun go, and with all other Oracle buyouts I’m sure not much will be left of the original idea of Sun. It’s sad to see, but after seeing Sun as the premier UNIX envorinment in the late […]

My A-10 Foamie and F4U Corsair

Here’s my new A-10 warthog just completed and the F4-U Corsair I’m building.  The A-10 is my first ducted fan plane so I’m excited to see how it does.  I expect to “mod” it for Colorado’s altitude.  I got the A-10 kit from NitroPlanes and while the parts are a bit cheezy, the foam construction is very good. I’m also […]