Thursday, December 16, 2004

New Radio UserLand macro: categoryLinks

Want to have a list of your categories on the home page of your website? No problem! Use this macro:

categoryLinks

Right click (or control-click on the Mac) and pick "Save as..." then save the script on your hard drive. Bring the Radio app to the front and type control-t to open the workspace table. Create a table called scripts (if you don't already have one), then go to the file menu and open the script. A dialog box should appear showing you the location that the script will import to. Click OK.

Usage:

<%workspace.scripts.categoryLinks ()%>

What you get: an HTML unordered list of links to your categories.

Try it--it's fun!

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Retrobox naming update

A few days ago I asked for some help naming my new computer purchased from RetroBox. Good results so far:

Back when I had my PowerBook G4, it was named Getz and my iPod was Gilberto in honor of the seminal jazz album starring the pair.

I'm inclined to pick Miles since the machine is blue, that is unless someone buys it. I've had someone offer their iBook G3/700 privately for a fair price so I'll need to clear out all of "old school" stuff to make up for it. If the iBook goes through as planned, we'll have to do this all over again.

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Steve's Year End Sale

Update: Prices added

I've got a variety of things I'm putting up for sale, older machines and parts that I don't need. I'm working on a deal to get an iBook (yum!) so it's year-end sale time!

I created a new category for this. Here's the RSS feed. I'll post updates there as bids come in and things are sold. If all else fails, eBay.

I'll part any or all of this out as needed. The goal: $400 to buy the used iBook. If I have too, I'll sell the new RetroBox:

$200 -- PowerMac G3/400--512MB RAM, 40GB HD, RagePro PCI w/16MB RAM

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