Go PHP5

http://gophp5.org/, by 5.2.2008 – Tuesday, February 5th, 2008 all hosts should commit to PHP5.

That’s 188 days (as of today).

PHP 4 has served the web developer community for seven years now, and
served it well. However, it also shows its age. Most of PHP 4’s
shortcomings have been addressed by PHP 5, released three years ago,
but the transition from PHP 4 to PHP 5 has been slow for a number of
reasons.

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Back in Louisville, after family visitation

Well we made it back to Lou. after going to a family reunion in Arkansas and then visiting family in Texas.(photos)

We’ve now rolled over 140,000 miles on our Honda CRV (1997) and it’s doing great.  We are nothing but happy with that vehicle.

Anita’s doing well.  She’s had some “symptoms” of pregnancy, but for the most part she’s avoided most of the typical complaints.  She attributes the lack morning sickness to vitamine B6 and the lack of fatigue to being on vacation and napping all the time.  

That’s about to change – Anita starts her first rotation Aug. 1st.

Work is going well for me, but I’m pretty busy. I started ultimate in Louisville again; seems like a good crowd to join up with: http://www.louisvilleultimate.org/ & http://groups.google.com/group/VilleCo-Ed (Cruella DeVille)

So many things to make my life better

I’ve been using the “Control Suite” for a couple of development projects and I’m 100% pleased.  The tools are modular (so you can take what you want), class based (so they don’t break your other code), well documented, fast, easy, and clean.

Anyone who works with/develops AJAX and a dynamic web-user-interface… especially if you already use prototype… I highly recommend you try this set of tools.

Control Suite : High Quality Controls & Widgets for Prototype