Sunday, October 6, 2013 8:33:29 PM
Well, I had to find an alternative to My Opera, as the Opera Bot kept shutting down my account because of key words I was using in some of my blog posts. I won't state them here, in case this account get shuts down, too. But it is frustrating that I could not keep the blog going, simply because of the subject matter about which I wanted to discuss. I guess I should not be surprised with censorship, as many of the world governments are trying to get us accustomed to being told what we can and can not say.
My answer is simple: go somewhere where I have freedom to say what I want to say. In this case, it was ipernity
. So, if you'd like to read more about my Commodore 64 adventures, you can head over to www.loaddollarsign.com
and catch me at my new location.
Tuesday, October 1, 2013 5:37:17 PM
Just wanted to mention to anyone visiting that, if you're interested in reading about my Commodore 64 related adventures, I have created a specific My Opera blog at: http://my.opera.com/loaddollarsign
You can also get there by navigating to http://www.loaddollarsign.com
, which is my domain name for the blog.
Feel free to stop on by and visit me there.
Sunday, November 25, 2012 4:03:18 PM
Here's another resource, which you can use to store and share your collection of .D64 disk images.
Sunday, September 9, 2012 12:58:22 AM
This is a review of three on-line disk storage services I use for organizing/backing up my collection of Commodore 64 D64 disk images.
Monday, September 3, 2012 6:18:41 PM
CommodoreServer launches new functionality for their Comet64 Internet modem; Access ten virtual disks at once!
Saturday, August 11, 2012 12:00:00 PM
I'm trying to remember my first experience with a Commodore 64 computer.
Thursday, April 5, 2012 2:40:08 PM
What the heck? In Google's vision of the future, I still have to read books to learn something?plus.google.com/111626127367496192147/posts
In this glimpse into the future, the guy has to go to a book store and read a book on how to play the ukulele? What the hell kind of future is that? Just give the guy a downloadable "app" that I can implant directly into his brain on how to play the ukulele - then he doesn't have to think at all!
And Google considers itself "visionary". Bah!
Monday, April 2, 2012 6:43:24 PM
This is the sort of thing that really p*sses me off and proves that all of these "green" initiatives are nothing more than scams - the biggest scam in human history.
So, I'm expected to pay all of these environmental fees for most everything I buy these days (like taxes on fuel, milk jugs, juice containers, canned beverages, grocery store bags, and anything else these "green" socialists can think of) so we can stop/slow the effects of factitious "man made global warming" and save endangered species, like the polar bear, just have them shot and killed by government officials when they become a nusense.www.cbc.ca/news/canada/newfoundland-labrador/story/2012/04/02/nl-bonavista-bear-402.html?cmp=rss
Sunday, February 19, 2012 11:50:24 PM
Earlier last year, I upgraded my Aspire One notebook from Fedora 13 to Fedora 15, which utilized the latest version of the Gnome desktop, version 3. Well, it's been a good six months and I truly feel that I gave Gnome 3 a really good try. But, with my upgrade to Fedora 16 earlier this week, I'm happily back to using KDE on my desktop.