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Tue 23 Sep 2003

FTP, ICCS galleries, site meter and a Missing Ham

Category : mac and the internet

Patrick's Changi beach CD could not be read by my Mac or PC running XP. I tried another PC on XP and that worked. Funny how that is. I tried used Doozler, a fancy FTP software for Windows by Ipswitch. The interface would cost me plenty so I will probably go back to WS_FTP_LE which is free for academics.

Currently uploading three more galleries on the International Coastal Cleanup Singapore webapge. The 2003 cleanup photos are coming in slowly.

Latest additions are a small but nice collection from the mangrove cleanup from Christchurch Secondary, and two albums by NUS' Paul Tye for Kranji and Changi. A couple of people from NUS actually asked about their Sunday beach cleanup photos, so as they say, "die, die" must complete it by tonight.

Trouble is the net is crawling and has been the whole evening. I'd best pack it in and let the system take care of it slowly.

I am trying a new site counter which provides some stats. It is actually a recommendation of sorts from It's a Zoo Out There" by ?Oh Jen Jen. She is likely one of our industrious forum page letter writers and her blog too reads well. Unfortunately it includes lengthy star struck essays about some singer or the other. Well its her site, mates, so read it and weep.

I told Lonely Ham about her site and soon after, he linked to hers. She detected referrals and linked back. When asked how, she told him about sitemeter which lists referrals. Its one up on counterbloke, so I switched when Lonely Ham told me. It's like karma or something.

Now the funny thing is the Lonely Ham's site is down. Apparently the lad didn't pay his service provider, sigh!

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