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December 12th 2017 - 10:08
November 26th, 2006
November 26th, 2006

SNOW!

Not something we get too often out here in BC... but we have it today! About 9cm so far, which is huge for us - so much for my planned Coast Guard Training day...

Ok - so before all of those that live in more snowy climes call wimp on us... we do have a gale force winds forecast as well - and the training was supposed to be basic docking so after negotiating our roads (the main problem being a whole lot of drivers that donīt know how to drive in the snow) it would be far too challenging anyway.

My power has already blipped off once (guessing someone hit a pole - thatīs usually what happens)

The good news, always gotta find a silver lining, is that Iīll be able to spend a bit more time on the translation system today. Itīs up and running by the way (didja notice?) if you had your browser set to a language other then English you may well have - but only very limited translations exist presently we have:
Total Languages: 6
Total Gaps: 42
Total Translations: 48

not exactly going to make it possible for our non-English speakers to navigate a site ;) but you must start somewhere...

In more frustrating news - some goober from the Ukraine tried to hack the photo albums yesterday. They didnīt succeed (bwhahahahah) but they did manage to create a whole host of junk albums - About 60. These were hidden to all but admins (as are all new albums until I publish them) but as a result I had to turn off the publicīs ability to suggest an album until I make it a bit easier for me to delete the junk. Donīt worry - it wonīt take me long.

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PS: Looking for a Christmas Gift - get your copy of Scottīs Knots on-line until December 25th and get free shipping!
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