Monthly Archives: November 2013

Weird, I couldn’t create a redlink, the create redlink option didn’t pop up on the menu. I had to disable and then enable the extension for it to show. Hmmm, perhaps that is what blocked other people from creating red links?

My finished-product in mind before coding idea for programming paid off, it turns out I didn’t know what I was doing. Lots of time and work saved. But that leaves me few options now. Either going nuclear and saying everything that I know(which would require me revisit old ideas and formalize them) or… perhaps going back to red-link and correcting this nasty bug? Decisions…

I’m sick today so I’m just sort of taking the day off, though I did think about my new simpler/narrow project and realized it would suck.

I could just say some of the stuff I know… get people to use my website… and hope people don’t find out about the rest. It did take me a few weeks to go from point A to B. If history serves of anything that would be a few decades of leeway before someone reached me.


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November 26, 2013 · 3:05 pm!1,4095002333

Now, that sounds great… you lose money for someone to take your daughter, get her pregnant and send her back! I’m laughing here but I shouldn’t be.

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November 26, 2013 · 2:52 pm

It’s easy to lose sight of the final product when you are too perfectionist and feel a duty to understand every little piece.

I lost about an hour today just thinking about what happens when 2 people have the same session ID…. a problem larhely theoretical that would only affect my website if I were rich already… everything that worked in my favor as a great scientist is coming against me as an entrepreneur…. :/

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November 25, 2013 · 7:19 pm

A new idea for development(besides the dividing of logs and data), going straight to the final design(concept) and then building everything from there.

Looking back, I probably did it that way when my last successful program was launched more than 10 years ago. Visual Basic almost forces you to design while you code.

If I fail even using both new developtment pathways I have come up with in the last few days, I will resign myself to being a scientist and hop society grants me vouchers and free lunches. I really would rather have financial independence and some degree of anonimity… but I won’t sacrifice success for that.

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November 25, 2013 · 6:50 pm

Kinda stopped developing… taking a rest.

If I could give you, dear reader(s? perhaps being presumptious here), a tip when developing a website it would be to separate user action logging from analysis of said data. That’s because you are always going to analise things differently after a few weeks… it’s a temptation to just streamline everything from user_click to data_base change but avoid it.


Example: suppose I want to record views in a document. A straight-forward way of implementing this would be to create a counter… but what if a user is flooding views? You would have to scrap previous views. Log_user_view… then… analise user_action… then change view counter 🙂

That applies to everything btw. Data_submition, likes/kudos, whatever…

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November 24, 2013 · 11:01 pm

Feeling tired right now…!1,-2175569270

Hmmm, yeah, maybe that’s why… I’ve just eaten a lot of chicken’s heart plus rice and then a basket of small breads… It could also be because I woke up 3am and it’s now 3pm, *smile*

I’ve decided to compromise and go towards a narrow goal while doing eveything in a way that will fit in a larger more comprehensive project later…

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November 19, 2013 · 5:13 pm

Doing something too narrow would betray my style… but doing all data relationships I want to from  scratch could be too painful… I guess I’ll release a prototype… and hope it gets people using it…

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November 15, 2013 · 10:12 am