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Togo of Grand Smials
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Yep. But for tonight, your results will be skewed because it'll show up every time the entry is loaded on your page, or a friend's page, or a friend's list. So you'll be getting a lot of hits tonight... it should behave normally tomorrow or the next day.

I have mine in a sticky post, so it always stays at the top, and I don't have to move my posts around. It's a very fun and sometimes useful, I guess, tool. I like to smile a bit when I'm sure I know who's from wherever when the visitor's location comes up. This is good for friends in Small Town, Nowheresville. But it's not such a help when it's from, say, San Francisco. :) But it is just really cool to see where folks are from. I've had visitors from some pretty far-away places. :)

I've been using those maps for a while and yaaa it for sure is interesting to see.

But lemme ask you a techie question: you call it "sticky" ... the only way I know to do that is to date an item in the future. But that means everytime I post something I bang into the "this is post-dated" because everything I post has to be cleared as before that "sticky" one. Did you use some other trick?

cheers

There is indeed a trick, and you might get a kick out of it. You need to tick the "backdate entry" button on the future post. It will be sticky and dated in the future, but you shouldn't have the problems posting in the present time once you do that.

It's a bit counterintuitive, but there you go.

(You can also create a sticky post within the text options in S2 Expressive, which is what I use these days, but I don't know that you want to use S2. The above is the "old school" way.)

Nooooooooo kidding haahahaha, that's schweeeeet hackin' shiet! /Counterintuitive? heehee, quite the understatement! Kewl.

I'm going to slip in a counter from http://clustrmaps.com/ ... been using them a long time.

S2 ahhh ... that's ship has seailed: had to let go my paid account this time last year. HeyHo

thanks for the info!

Re: The Meme from outer space? ref: The CONfines of LJ?

An unfettered marketplace of IDEAS, does not guarantee a priceless morality? Ask any Libertarian HOWE an unregulated market results in "big picture" adminisTRAITORs who will ignore the lure of the bottom line for the the long term benefits of the environmeant.

The Open Source movement is built on the sum . . . people look at things the way they are, and ask why? I dream of things that never were, and ask why not . . . to ADD it up principal.

The ads and sock puppets are mere diversions from the REAL skeletons in Live Journals closet. It is time they clean it out with the air of truth and exhume the Social Contract.

http://www.six.degrees.of.deception.org


Knowledge Representation

I stumbled across this link and I thought I'd share it with you, since it's way over my head. Are you already familiar with John Sowa?

Sorry to wax tangential.

http://www.jfsowa.com/krbook/index.htm

Re: Knowledge Representation

Oh, hey, no problem ... wax away!

The image on that page looks familiar but I may have seen it elsewhere; the text itself is unfamiliar to me ... thansk a lot!

If that sorta thing interests you, I've collected some links on a page in my wiki (not all of them are so dense):

Ayup ...

... I recognized blocks of the text itself.

Here's proof positive that I was there years ago:
a) peek the avatar I've used here
b) now click http://www.jfsowa.com/cg/ and look at the side-bar on the left-hand side *grin*

cheers