This post came from an old archive dated February 6, 2007 on how to create a custom shower pan from the ground up.
I thought I would clean up and release a public version of the CentOS 6.2 Web Server I have been working on for a few weeks.
It contains Apache2, MySQL, Postfix, Dovecot, Amavisd, SpamAssasin, ISPConfig3, S3CMD, PureFTPD.
These are my quick notes on setting up a web server running CentOS 6.2 64bit x86_64 on Amazon EC2. With Apache2, Dovecot, Postfix, MySQL, Squirrelmail, Amavisd, ISPConfig3.
The installation was built upon an Amazon AMI base installation of CentOS 6.2.
In the fall/winter of 2011 I upgraded the electrical service and panels in our house to 200 Amps from 100 Amps. The old panel needed help and I figured it was the best time to change everything.
Introducing my new creation! The 'MOSTEDI' (mo-sted-i or most-stedi), short for mobile steady cam mount. I recently picked up the new Galaxy S2 LTE, but found it hard to keep the video steady. So I went to work and whipped up this wonder of a creation!
How I lost $2,482.71 over 4 years by locking into a fixed rate gas plan. This is a long term comparison of the cost of purchasing a gas contract through Summitt Energy vs. Union Gas. Don't ask how I have such detailed info on this, or even why I'm writing on this, because I will unleash the fury I brought upon myself for signing something I didn't read.
Tonight we have some big storms moving through Southern Ontario with tornado warnings issued. So far I haven't seen a tornado, but in the meantime while I watch from inside my garage with the door open I'll keep snapping some pictures.
Tonight I made it to the Festival of Friends for the Arkells and The Tea Party. Earlier in the day we had a solid downpour and gloomy looking skies, but the weather cleared and held out for the concerts that night. Check out the videos and photos on the left.
Tonight I tried to get in to The Sheepdogs & City and Colour concert at the Festival of Friends, and I wasn't so lucky. The roads leading in were just gridlocked for miles in every direction, and to boot the cell towers were swamped and it was almost impossible to get a call through.
I have started a project to build an underwater rover to take a look at what lies beneath the surface. I've been interested in using technology to see what is on the bottom of the lakes, and have looked at many options including side scan sonar and even fish finders. Instead I wanted to make something from scratch so I could drive around and record video of what the rover finds.