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  • May 8 2008
  • 8 May 2008

Proper Documentations Needed

Editing/modifying drupal core modules is not advisable. Having the core modules modified makes it harder to migrate to newer versions of drupal.
But certain unavoidable circumstances developers to modify the core modules. When these circumstances come, it would be very helpful to have proper documentation. It will keep track of the changes made.

  • May 7 2008
  • 7 May 2008

Mother’s Day in China

The U.S. Mother’s Day (second Sunday of May) is approaching. This day became known and observed by some people in China in late 1980’s. And it is becoming more and more popular.

Things people do to celebrate Mother’s Day in China

  • May 7 2008
  • 7 May 2008

Forget-me-nots For Mother’s Day

My mother has always loved gardening. Some of my earliest memories are of our backyard in full bloom with spring flowers. Mom’s favorite is a delicate, sweetly scented blue and yellow beauty that multiplies year after year: the forget-me-not.

  • May 6 2008
  • 6 May 2008

Walrath Art Pottery and the Pottery Market

This past weekend, I saw Rosville and Weller pottery well overpriced at an estate sale and wondered how anyone could turn a profit if they purchased these pieces at those prices. This is not the first sale I’ve seen this. In fact, this seems to be the norm today, and the reason why so many dealers are having a hard time selling their inventory.

  • May 6 2008
  • 6 May 2008

Mother’s Day Gifts: Antiques, Jewelry And Time

Gifts – Antiques, Jewelry & Time

  • May 5 2008
  • 5 May 2008

The Comic Speculator: Doom vs Iron Man

With the Iron Man movie premiering this week, I have goose bumps just thinking about it, I thought it would be a good time to highlight one of my favorite runs of ol’ shell-head’s comic. In the 80’s David Micheline and Bob Layton redefined Tony Stark’s character making him the Iron Man we know today.

  • May 4 2008
  • 4 May 2008

This Week in Geek 4/30

Happy DC Universe day true believers!

  • May 4 2008
  • 4 May 2008

Every Mother Has One

Nearly every mother has one – the box filled with grade-school artwork, Boy Scout merit badges and years of Mother’ s Day cards. Whether homemade creations with crayon and construction paper or store-bought sentiments, Mother’s Day cards are simply too tough for most moms to toss, and many mothers hold on to cards for decades.

  • May 4 2008
  • 4 May 2008

Kentucky Derby Dishes – Mary Alice Hadley

For hundreds of collectors, the Kentucky Derby means entertaining with treasured pieces of M.A. Hadley pottery.

  • May 4 2008
  • 4 May 2008

Mother’s Day Tribute: A Mother Knows Her Children

A mother knows her children. That’s what I learned from my own mother in a most unusual way.

My mother had five boys with age differences between each of about 18 months to 2 years, so she was constantly going through the separate stages of growing up for entirely too many years. All of us were different. I was the shy, bookish one, but still able to hold my own in any rumble.