These are the 2 CO2 bottles that I use for injecting the gas into my planted fishtank. They contain water, about a half cup of sugar, and bread yeast. I have to so I can alternate which one I change every weekend and get a more even flow of carbon dioxide into the tank. I have the little orange bread tag to tell me what one I changed last. Each bottle is good for about 2 weeks, but they peter out nearer the end, so it works out well to have both of them going. I used the juice bottles because I read somewhere that people have had their pumps suck the sugar water right out of soda bottles, collapsing the thinner plastic.
I was sorting through my photos as I copied them off the old webserver that I have been using as a desktop computer for the last few months and came across this photo from my flight back to Florida after Christmas.
I have about 120 photos of the sunset with this airplane wing. I wasn’t about to ask the pilot to stop and take the wing off so I can get a better shot of the sunset (I figured I had a better chance of that then trying a different seat). This particular shot really caught my eye. I liked the rich colors and the shape of the wing. We where flying above the clouds, so they looked like waves on the ocean or something like that.
I have 7 or 8 domain names, free hosting with several different webhosts, and I can write my own blogging software in PHP, Do you THINK I have a blog yet.
Google has a new tool Google Pack. http://pack.google.com/pack_installer_new.html They seem to make things so dang easy, that I was just compelled to give it a try.
I have been using Gmail for a while now, over a year! My first message was sent 11/10/04.
I have been using google talk (well, not the cleint, just the jabber server) for a few months now.
I bought myself a new computer for my birthday, and decided to take the plunge.
Google Pack Here I come.
Gmail, Google Talk, Picassa, Blogger, Hello, the whole nine yards.