This is a note-to-self post – and maybe hopefully somebody alse might also find this information useful…
Problem: drupal 7 module “node gallery” installed and running, together with Plupload module for drag’n'drop multi-file upload functionality – but no upload form / no upload option at all is visible.
Solution: there is a misleading detail in the readme.txt – or actually in the file structure that comes withthe module Plupload:
The installation instructions in readme.txt suggest that you need to upload the file “plupload.full.js” – but at the suggested location there is instead the minimized version of that file “plupload.full.min.js” ->
So all one would have to do is remove the “.min” from the file name and upload the file – and there comes your upload functionality.
another free download / print out is ready ->
the free football festoon fan flags - download, cut out, draw, hang -> watch the game..
-> here’s the download page <-
A match runs for at least 90 minutes, there is most likely 22 players on the field, the grass is mostly green - and who knows who wins? I don’t. It’s this season again: it’s the european football championship..
There’s of course again old habbits popping up: people wearing funny hats, singing stupid songs, TVs everywhere. And also I have my re-occuring habit: every 2-4 years I feel the urge of re-publishing my good old football field wallpaper. Please feel free to re-load it..:]
And here’ the download page for the trickot shirt icon collection - not 100% up to date, but most of the shirts and teams are still the same - or at least similar..
First I wanted to call this post “Merkel’s Mad Men” – but that won’t suit either: nor the the top 10 lost ministers, that had to leave their political position in the past months, nor the greatest american TV series about this New York advertising agency.
Anyways. So in the past months the german government, or Angela Merkel if you like, has lost even more than ten top position politicians. To pay a bit respect to this ongoing situation I have compiled a top ten list. First I’ll just post the names, later I’ll be adding the individual resignation reasons.
Here we go:
1: Christian Wulff, Ex-President
2: Horst Köhler, Ex-President
3: Karl-Theodor zu Guttenberg, Ex-Minister of Defence
4: Franz Josef Jung, Ex-Minister of Defence
5: Günther Oettinger, Ex-Governor of Baden-Württemberg
6: Roland Koch, Ex-Governor of Hessen
7: Jürgen Rüttgers, Ex-Governor of Nordrhein-Westfalen
8: Ole von Beust, Ex-Governor of Hamburg
9: Peter Müller, Ex-Governor of Saarland
10: Axel Weber, Ex-CEO/President of the German Central Bank (Bundesbank)
…to be continued..=)
There is nonsense and there’s nonsense - but the recent trend across Australia, Europe and the USA to ban the bulb is just plain nonsense. At least from my point of view. Rubbish.
First of all it the bulb ban hurts, when you look at it from a design point of view. An almost perfect object, form and fuction going along hand in hand, few cheap resources needed, cheap and easy in production, an easy player when it comes to recycling: some glas, some metal, something isolating in between - nothing much to fuzz about.The official reason for the ban of the bulb is actually its greatest unexpected advantage: light and warmth where you need it - when you need it - both at the same time - instantly. When the family gathers for dinner, the dinner table lamp is switched on, the bulb instantly emits light and warmth. Just like is ancient times, when the clan gathered around the fire place.And hat are we beeing offered instead? Supposedly more efficient, effective, but cold neon light bulbs, packed with semi-hightec components — an over-prized piece of hazardous waste!
Basically I have nothing against neon light - for every task one should always look for the best solution - and there are many tasks neon is currently probably the best choice: hospital corridors, construction sites, street lights — all situations where you just need flat and cold light and emission of heat is not really helping - and therefore a plain waste of energy.
At this point I should probably mention that I don’t need to have bulbs everywhere either - actually where I live we have mostly neon bulbs - sinces ages. But once we have a lamp embracing the bulb, we would of course want to use a bulb. Because good/intelligent design is more important than bad/stupid laws.
see also: Heatball:
The Phoebus Cartel:
The Centennial Bulb:
now I finally have completed my first domain compilation: I am selling 15 of my preciously collected top level domain names, covering most of the interesting categories (travel, tourism, internet, business, technology etc.). So basically I am offering something of everything - and if you like, you are well welcome to either have a closer look at the domain descriptions at cpu.com or feel free to rush over to the related auction page by clicking on the domain name..
here’e the list:
please feel free to check all my current domain name auctions at SEDO through this link:
..best! greetz! t..
I finally decided to sell some of my domains! At the moment only five domains are ready to ‘go‘, but I’ll soon add some more.. Here we go:
very suitable for radio/ web-radio related websites
recommended for tourism or travel related websites
was in use for some years for a casting show related weblog
a travel community blog portal type of website? It’s up to you..:]
my precious little 4-letter-TV-domain!
Read on over at my brand new online business related blog at
right in time for the Semifinals of the European Football Championship a new desktop wallpaper is ready: I just added the final Line-Up-Wallpaper to the already existing Worldcup Wallpaper-Set. With this new wallpaper you could for example try out different team line-ups, almost as seen on TV…
-> the Final Euro-Line-Up-Wallpaper (and four more)
-> the team shirt tricot icons (2x 16 Tricot-Icons +Ball etc)
…of course all desktop wallpaper images und icons are free to download and free to use and should be working on PCs and Macs. Please note that the Team-Shirt-Icons come in a ‘classic’ icon size of 32×32 pixels - it might be a good idea to adjust the display preferences according to this so that the appearance is as ‘nice’ as possible…:]
…enjoy the show, -t..-
at least: almost in time for the quarter-finals of the European Football Championship 2008 I finally made it to re-pixel all tricot shirts of all 16 teams - which means that here’s now some cute and small and colorful 2x 16 team shirt icons for you to download. For free. Of course…:]
I first feared that I wouldn’t make it this year to make an appropriate icon-set, just like back in the days of the football world cup 2006 - but then…
-> here’s the ‘Football-Team-Shirt-Icon-Set - 2008′
..to be continued..
…enjoy! greetz! -t..-