I’ve been a very bad blogger lately, but I suppose that’s because I’ve been busy.
First, a mazal tov is in order, for Andre, on the occasion of his engagement last weekend.
And on a completely unrelated note, I’ve decided that I need to get myself more acquainted with Office 2007, so that I can do all the neat little html things from Outlook, instead of using the writing panel.
Thanks to the holiday here in the US, I have a long weekend, and I hope to spend it resting and doing some of the things I haven’t gotten to do in a while.
I’m supposed to be going out with my aunts for a picnic on Sunday, which will be cool.
Here lately I’ve been making an attempt to incorporate more faith-based activities into my life, (prayer, Torah study, but mostly prayer), along with some exercise.
Both of these help relieve the stress, and I think I’m better for them.
The drier has finished, and so that means that my sheets and blanket are ready for bed.
So, for that matter, am I.
so I’ll end this, and I hope to post more this weekend.

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Wp seems to have eaten the last incarnation of this post, so we’ll try this again.

There’s an app I use called Online Bible, which, as the title suggests, allows one to study/read the Bible, (and whatever other books one decides to import into the thing), on one’s PC.
It’s a very powerful app, allowing, among other things, the creation of one’s own modules by simply marking up a text file.
Someone’s even created three different translations of the Qur’an for the thing, and after eight years of use, I still haven’t figured out how they did it.
The only drawback I’ve found with the program is that if you’ve acquired a ton of modules like I have, a complete install can take at least three hours, and that’s if you work at it non-stop.
What I’m trying to find out is if there is a way to create a single install for everything, so that I can avoid this if I ever have to reinstall.
You can back up all the modules, and when you’re creating modules for distribution, there’s a setup utility that can be included so that a user can run a self-extracting archive and have the module automatically install.
I’m thinking that this method may be used to create a single install, if I include all the backups in the same directory, and also include the setup utility.
I’ll post more if I get more information.

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