Friday, December 16, 2005

Personal website launch procrastinated

Two days have passed since the results came.The outcome was a new wave of determination & spirit.As always said "man proposes God disposes" last sem i wrote the exams too well but i could sum up a meagre 8.46 but this time i dont remember writing any theory exam flawlessly but as per the proverb things worked out for me.

I have drooled a lot about setting up a personal website in a professional manner.This has been in my mind for quite a long time but as always i had plans to do it big.At this point of time i didnot want to spend a penny either for the webspace or for the domain registration.so i surfed a lot for any good hoster who gave free webhosting name & also free sub-domains.but i could not get the thing needed. i mean eventhough they gave me 250 megs of space the Linux-Apache-Mysql-PHP(LAMP) and cgi support was not given.these supports are needed for setting up a content management systems(CMS). am not much interested in setting up a raw hand written html pages which i had done already many times before. i was looking for a perfect CMS which does everything in a elegant way. Eventhough setting up a CMS could be somewhat tedious once set it is what one could expect from a website.

Having set many other CMS already for various other reasons i easily figured out that the mambo was the talk of the town these days.since no free web hoster supports LAMP for free i totally postponed my plan of setting up a website for another year.To just satisfy myself i just setup the mambo in my personal system and enjoyed the grandeur of the website. he he...i think i figured out a place other than my personal website where i would be setting up a Mambo soon.........

2 comments:

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Anonymous said...

Hello

Happy New Year 2008 to you. Here is my new year gift - A free diary
for you to write journal and diary entries.

Wow! Your web site is quite well done. You may also provide a link
to the home page of CompuDiary in your links page so that people can
take advantage of a free diary.

It is said that there have been computer based calendars available for
free download since about 5 minutes after the first web server was
deployed, if not sooner. But this post is about the latest one, which
I found quite useful and different from the others.

CompuDiary, A Pc based computer diary / journal / calendar / reminder
application is available for free download.

Go to
http://www.compudiary.googlepages.com/
or
http://easycompudiary.110mb.com/EasyCompuDiary.zip
or
http://www.freespaces.com/compudiary/easycompudiary.zip

CompuDiary allows you to store the details of daily events,
reminders or routine work items with file attachments. Complete
search and export to excel, word or text is possible. CompuDiary
is also pre-filled with template events in a person's life on the left
folder view pane of the screen. You just need to drag & drop, and fill
in the blanks.

Users can view the diary pages as regular diary, bind the printouts
and create diary book for keeping.

Users can create their own templates, such as "Marketing visit to -
Client X" for repeated entries.

CompuDiary displays entries of all days in full calendar month view or
particular day view.

It is possible to create your own calendar and holiday / highlighted
day schemes.

All in all, it can be seen that this software has managed to
incorporate the entire missing functionalities calendar and diary
software developed hither to could not.

Regards

Jayadeep