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Victory or Death First Finished Recording

June 4th, 2013 Comments off

Victory or Death a group of Bastages In San Antonio who are ready to Rock your ass off.. Has Released our First Recording
Victory or Death.

https://www.facebook.com/victoryordeathsa
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Hobart Indiana House

April 18th, 2013 Comments off

It’s Official, We’ve finally sold our house in Indiana. It was a short sale, The Bank was a TOTAL PITA. (Pain in the Ass) But it’s done. Gone, Finished, History. Huge weight off of my mind for sure.

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Life Update

February 16th, 2013 Comments off

Mom had come down for the holidays and to visit, as well as soak up the good weather of winter in south Texas. We Just took her to the airport and she’s not looking forward to the cold weather of the northwest Indiana Chicago Area.

Work is good. Rackspace is a really good place to work.. they don’t just say that. Forbes says it, and so do I. I have never worked for a place where I have no interest in keeping my options open.. or keeping my eye on the Job boards. I’ve actually drank the Kool-aid and am loving my Job.

We took Jazz to an Internal medicine Vet to look at his seizure records and dosage etc, due to his seizures becoming more frequent. We’re upping the dosage of Zonsimide and the potassium bromide. Hopefully This will have a good affect.

We have moved to a new (to us) house in San Antonio. It’s smaller, only 2 bedrooms and we’re going to have to get rid of even More stuff but With Just nana, I and the Critters we don’t really need more room.

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More Later..

Marty

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ZNC vs IRSSI Proxy

January 3rd, 2013 Comments off

I have been using IRSSI and it’s proxy feature to keep a running connection to freenode. While I play road warrior with the laptop. With a bit of down time over the holidays I came across ZNC. While not a new project it is new to me. I found that it’s features set and project focus is what I was trying to have IRSSI do for me. This IRC bouncer they call it is quite mature now and has many module for expansion.. check it out at http://wiki.znc.in/ZNC

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MS Has Failed? Wow The Mainstream is finally catching on

November 25th, 2012 Comments off

I came across this article in my reading while on Vacation but had to get this out.. cause the mainstream is finally catching on to Microsoft being on the way out.!
Read what I’m talking about and make up your own mind, of course. Lock in or out that is the question.

Marty

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Sydney Baby Picture

November 18th, 2012 Comments off

IMG_0441.JPG Sydney baby Picture

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In Loving Memory of William M Buchaus Sr.

November 7th, 2012 Comments off

In Loving Memory of

Dad web

William M. “Bill” Buchaus Sr

BORN

November 20, 1947

ENTERED INTO REST

November 6, 2012

MEMORIAL SERVICE

Saturday, November 10, 2012 11:00 am

Barrington Ridge Baptist Church
97 Bracken Parkway
Hobart, IN 46342

Flower Delivery accepted friday from 9am to 1pm

In lieu of flowers all cash donations will be use to purchase Large print hymnals for the Brentwood Senior Center

Directions & Map Links


Alice Buchaus : alice@dabuke.com
Marty Buchaus: marty@dabuke.com
Eric Buchaus: eric@dabuke.com

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Apple’s Crappy app store review times

September 27th, 2012 Comments off

I’m apparently slow to arrive to the party of being pissed at apple for their app store review times.   I then read the app store review process and believe that most app developers are being coerced into using the app store because of the huge apple marketing machine.  Check out the time it takes at http://reviewtimes.shinydevelopment.com    I’m Currently waiting for  7 apps to clear the apple review process.  some of the criteria:

2. Functionality

2.1
Apps that crash will be rejected
2.2
Apps that exhibit bugs will be rejected
2.3
Apps that do not perform as advertised by the developer will be rejected
2.4
Apps that include undocumented or hidden features inconsistent with the description of the App will be rejected
2.5
Apps that use non-public APIs will be rejected
2.6
Apps that are “beta”, “demo”, “trial”, or “test” versions will be rejected
2.7
Apps that duplicate Apps already in the App Store may be rejected, particularly if there are many of them

I’ve written most of the developers asking how I convert the license away from the app store.    Tom Andersen of Ironic software has replied and allowed me to do so ..  Many thanks to Tom, check out their software  Yep and Leap  I’ve been using them for years.

UPDATE:

Aparently more are learning of this issue and are blogging as well

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More Laws Yep that’s it that’s what we need

August 26th, 2012 Comments off

For as long as they’ve been banded about, 3D printers were regarded as the path to a new economy, a method of distributed manufacturing, and a revolution for the current consumer culture. With every revolution, a few people need to get angry and the guys at Defense Distributed are doing their part to make that happen. They’re designing a handgun able to be printed on a hobbyist-level 3D printer

Full Story at Hack a Day

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Wow This is a Surprise

August 26th, 2012 Comments off

Just in time for VMworld, VMware is about to join the OpenStack Foundation as a Gold member, along with Intel and NEC, according to a post on the OpenStack Foundation Wiki.  The applications for membership are on the agenda of the August 28 OpenStack Foundation meeting.

A year ago, an VMware-OpenStack hookup would have been seen as unlikely.  When Rackspace and NASA launched the OpenStack Project more than two years ago, it was seen as a competitive response to VMware’s server virtualization dominance inside company data centers and to Amazon heft in public cloud computing.  Many tech companies including but not limited to Rackspace, IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Citrix, Red Hat and Microsoft saw VMware as a threat and were bound and determined to keep the company from extending its virtualization lock into the cloud.

 

Read More At GigaOm