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121. Upgrading to PHP 5.3 on CentOS 5.x
I ran into a dependency issue trying to upgrade a particular PHP application to the latest version. Geeklog 1.8.0 requires PHP 5.2 or higher. The default PHP packages in Centos 5.x are apparently based on the older PHP 5.1 branch. To upgrade php, just remove php and install the specific ...

122. Shuttle XPC Glamor replacement power supply
A few weeks ago the power supply died in my Shuttle Glamor XPC SN78SH7 HTPC / home server. The small Shuttle came with a 300 Watt power supply and since I have two hard drives and tend to run the server day and night, I decided to go ahead and ...

123. thatlinuxbox upgraded to Geeklog 1.8.0
Finished the upgrade of Geeklog (the engine that powers this site) to Geeklog 1.8.0. Geeklog 1.8.0 is available for download from: http://www.geeklog.net/filemgmt/index.php/1060 I had no troubles, Geeklog 1.8.0 seems to be compatible with the plugins used on this site (Autotags and SocialShare).

124. Hacker Run Swag
In April I participated in the Hacker Run, a "Distributed Organized Sport" (DOS) sponsored by Rapid7 (the commercial metasploit people), PaulDotCom, and The Hacker Academy. From the Hacker Run wiki: "Together we can push each other to compete, improve fitness, to lose weight, and relieve the stress of hacker life. ...

125. Soft Star RunAmoc DASH Smooth Is a Great ...
Soft Star Shoes recently released new models of running moccasins, the RunAmoc DASH Smooth and the RunAmoc DASH LITE. These shoes are different than previous RunAmocs in that they have a true shoe lacing mechanism. I bought a pair of the DASH Smooth to become my new work shoe since ...

126. Spring 2011 - Alachua County Friends of the ...
I have not had much time for reading lately and have been reading some non-fiction (especially running books), so progress on my fiction book list has slowed considerably. I am doing my best to make time every day to read, but usually just manage a few pages before bed. I ...

127. Altra Running shoes - the Instinct
About a month ago I received the long-awaited Instinct shoes by Altra Zero Drop Footwear. I have already put almost 150 miles on mine. They have worked so well that I've been too busy running to take time to blog about them. Prior to owning the Altra Instincts, my weekly ...

128. RunAmoc and Huaraches revisited
I meant to post this a few months ago, but I have been too busy running to spend time blogging. ;) I have changed my opinion about the Soft Star Shoes RunAmoc Lite and the Invisible Shoes huarache sandal. When I first blogged about my huarache sandals, I complained about ...

129. Nice Apron
I work with this guy Caleb...

130. Resort and Beaches - Puerto Rico
As mentioned in my other posts about hiking in the rainforest and Old San Juan, my wife and I took a trip to Puerto Rico for our 10-year anniversary. We stayed at the Wyndham Rio Mar Beach Resort which is perfectly located near San Juan, the northeast coast beaches (and ...

131. Old San Juan - Puerto Rico
As mentioned in my other posts about hiking in the rainforest and the resort and beaches, my wife and I took a trip to Puerto Rico for our 10-year anniversary. We spent one day walking around old San Juan. It is truly a beautiful city. This painting is on the ...

132. Hiking in El Yunque National Forest - Puerto ...
Last month I went on vacation with my wife to Puerto Rico for our 10-year anniversary. We stayed at the Rio Del Mar Resort which is perfectly located near San Juan, the northeast coast beaches (and ferry to Isla de Culebra), the bio-luminescent bays, and El Yunque National Rainforest. I ...

133. iXsystems servers installed in rack
I finished installing, cabling, and labeling the new servers from iXsystems that we bought a few months ago. They are now running FreeBSD 8.2.

134. Barefoot Running Video of Cucuzzella at Antietam
High quality barefoot running video of Dr. Mark Cucuzzella on beautiful rolling countryside at Antietam National Battlefield.

135. Bareform Running Technique
Nice form video posted by Merrell:

136. I am the Right Foot
I purchased this artwork by Rokoko at the Armadillo Christmas Bazaar in Austin, Texas. The text in the artwork begins with "I am the Right Foot". I liked this painting because of the vibrant colors and because many of the phrases go particularly well with barefoot running:

137. Father Abraham Sung by a 3-year-old
Funny video of Julia singing and dancing the Father Abraham song:

138. Kristen Stoner performs the Martinu First Sonata at ...
Video of my lovely wife (aka Dr. Kristen Stoner, flute professor at the University of Florida), performing the Martinu First Sonata, I. Allegro moderato, with Tim Carey, piano, at the Florida Flute Association Convention. January 29, 2011: Additional videos of the second and third movements:

139. The Two-Thirds Method for Estimating Projects - It ...
In a previous post about attending the Agile 2010 conference, I included some quotes from Arin Sime who presented a talk on using range estimates rather than single-point estimates: "Single point estimates are almost always overly optimistic." "There is a limit to how well a project can go, but no ...

140. New Server Rack UPSes
Today I replaced the old UPSes that had been powering our server rack... well, I should say that I replaced the dead one as well as its brother who was still hanging on for dear life. This is the vintage of old UPS I removed: We replaced the old units ...

141. Good Running Form video
A great video on running form / technique: I first saw this video posted by the Learn to Run initiative: http://www.facebook.com/learntorun * Update 1.20.2011 * For me, "neutral hips" is not a sufficient cue... I have always tended to slouch so "neutral" to me would be too far back, even ...

142. It has come to this with my VFF
I love and hate my Vibram FiveFingers Bikila running shoes. I love that I can wear them and have beautiful runs like today, where I had a segment that felt perfect and effortless. I love that they have great traction on wet surfaces (better than my bare feet). I love ...

143. Wireless Banana
The last bunch of bananas we bought came with extra features. This banana appears to have wireless capability. I have not yet figured out how to activate it, though.

144. Dad filming large gator at Alachua Sink
This picture is from 2003 near the La Chua trail. This is probably the biggest alligator with which we were able to get up close and personal:

145. Software to help you live longer
I read an article today that says "it is entirely possible to meet current physical activity guidelines while still being incredibly sedentary." It goes on to say that people like me who sit in front of computers all day are doomed to an early death (ok, I'm exaggerating a little ...

146. Tools for a wintery office environment
Although I really like the glass windows in my office, they do seem to make things chilly when it is cold outside. The temperature when I walked into my office this morning was 59 degrees Fahrenheit. Space heaters to the rescue! This is a bit ironic considering I am located ...

147. Fiction Read During 2010
In 2010, I read 44 works of fiction, which is about half as many as I read the previous year. My interest continued to be mostly in the Speculative / Science Fiction genre. Many of these books were my lucky finds at the Alachua County Friends of the Library book ...

148. Merrell Trail Glove may be minimalist shoe perfection
Jason Robillard writes that "no shoe has come closer to minimalist perfection" than the Merrell Trail Glove in his review posted at Barefoot Running University. The full review: http://barefootrunninguniversity.com/2011/01/04/merrell-trail-glove-review/ A shoe like the Vibram FiveFingers without the toe pockets sounds really great to me. [image source: merrell.com]

149. Ryan Hall plyometrics video
Ryan Hall, Josh Cox and Terrence Mahon demonstrate some plyometric exercises that they use to build speed and power:

150. Do not plug in your little sister or ...
Artwork by a 6-year-old:



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