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Remote Blogging Software reviews and suggestions

Posted by netorius on March 17, 2007

Some time ago i posted about setting up a site of blogging software for publishing posts remotely.
Well it’s finally up,, added first two listings and it’s a little bit in development. as i mentioned, i just started,
I will be fine tuning it over the next little while.

I am EAGERLY looking for submissions and reviews for blogging software.
You can find it at

again, eagerly looking for submissions and reviews and suggestions.
if you find something that doesn’t work right please let me know.


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TIP OF THE WEEKTIP OF THE WEEK  (Fine homebuilding)

Posted by netorius on February 4, 2007

You may be building something out of plywood — perhaps a bookcase or a table for the old ranch house. But you hate looking at those ugly layered veneer edges (everybody does.)

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Museums & Galleries  (Fine homebuilding)

Posted by netorius on February 4, 2007

American Indian Art Gallery. Contemporary American Indian art, jewelry, pottery and rugs. Featuring sculptures by Doug Hyde. 5801A Kennett Pike, Centreville. Free. 576-1888

At Mighty Cup, everything is for sale 
Don’t get too comfortable when you sit down for a cup of joe at the newly opened Mighty Cup Coffee and Mercantile in downtown Glendale. That comfy armchair or sofa just might be sold out from under you.

End of an Era’ as Two at Kroger Retire 
DU QUOIN – It’s interesting how some of our worst memories become our best. Leonard Knapp, who retires today after 41 years with the Kroger Co., has one of those. He remembers it like it was yesterday.

Former VAFB Commander dies 
Earle Sweetland, who headed the Lompoc Valley Chamber of Commerce after retiring in 1970 as base commander at Vandenberg Air Force Base, died Wednesday morning at a Modesto nursing home. He was 87.

outstanding opportunities 
– Help cultivate peace, harmony, creativity. Plan events, speak in public, prepare PSAs, other possibilities. (73524/73465)

Carving a niche 
BURLEY – We all strive to carve our own little niche in the world and Nile Gorringe of Burley has carved a lot more than that. Gorringe began carving as a child, starting with apples and potatoes.

William Hunter’s wood sculptures featured in museum exhibit 
WOODWORKING, woodcarving, woodturning the final results may be beautiful, but still may be downgraded into “craft” by art aficionados.

Seniors are signing up 
By Tom Bailey Jr. Contact February 4, 2007 If everything clicks, the company planning a new senior-living community in Collierville this spring will start making calls from a waiting list that’s already grown to 200 potential residents.

A trip to the edge of the universe 
It has recently come to my attention that, due to a long string of formatting oversights, the footnotes which I use to round out my column have not been appearing in this space.

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Contains articles, discussion forums, woodworking links, and addresses.Woodworking (Fine homebuilding)

Posted by netorius on February 4, 2007

Contains articles, discussion forums, woodworking links, and addresses.

Woodworking Projects at
Your guide for all types of crafts. … You can even learn alot about woodworking just by reading through it. … Popular Woodworking. Full of projects geared …

WOODWORKING. Project Description: The 4-H Woodworking project … those skills and tools covered in Levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the 4-H Woodworking curriculum. …

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Charles H. Colby, Jr.  (Woodworking)

Posted by netorius on February 4, 2007

Charles H. Colby Jr., 84, of Damariscotta, formerly of Westport Island died Tuesday, January 23, at Winship Green Nursing Center in Bath. Born in Bath on April 22, 1922, he was a son of Charles H. and Vinetta Colby.

Amos J. Miller 
Funeral services for Amos J. Miller, 80, of North Fort Myers, Fla., will be 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 8, at Maple View Mennonite Church, 14890 Burton-Windsor Road, Burton Township.

3M buys spray-paint equipment maker and adhesives company 
Maplewood-based 3M Co. today announced it is getting into the spray paint equipment and adhesive business’ with the acquisition of two new firms.

Mateel Forever Benefit Showcases the Best of Southern Humboldt 
If you were lucky enough to attend the Mateel Forever Benefit last Saturday night down in Redway, then you already know that a great time was had by all. If you didn’t come to the show, then you missed a variety show of wonderful performances by musicians, actors, chefs, artists and volunteers.

Kenneth P. Calvin 
Kenneth P. Calvin of Halifax, formerly of Cambridge, a Korean War veteran and retired fire chief, died Friday at his home. He was 72. Born in Boston, he was raised in Cambridge before moving to Halifax…

Breaking News Alert — CTTD! February 2, 2007 
Wall Street News Alert’s “stocks to watch” this morning are: CO2 Tech Ltd, GE, Symantec Corp. (NASDAQ: SYMC) and Marathon Oil Corporation.

Party Hats 
OK, let’s see. Checklist for this Sunday’s Super Bowl game: Chips. Check. Beverages. Check. Pot of chili. Check. Fun party hat. What? You don’t have a fun party hat?

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