Well, I had to take my brother’s laptop on over to CompuZone last week because I think it has a bad motherboard.
Sadly, I know nothing about laptops so I had no choice. ;)
The funny thing is that the idiots waited a week to call and tell me they need a password in order to run their tests.
Luckily for their sake, my brother is out of down for three weeks for some College (USC) Biology seminar. So I do not mind.
However, the stupid idiots could have been done by now if they simply gave me a call or better yet if they simply enabled the default admin account. Seeing as my brother kept it password-less on purpose, in case something just like this ever happened.
It’s pretty damn sad they could not figure that out and now it’s a week later and they still have not done shit. But like I said, I do not really care. Besides it’s not my computer and I’m not paying the $50 just for them to take a look at it. lol
Lyceum 0.31 has been released – A multi-user WordPress application
Hello Multi-User WordPress Wanna Be’s,
Lyceum 0.31 has been released. Go get it! As I mentioned before, this is a special release for Lyceum, because beyond this point, all future point releases will include upgrade scripts and documentation. Administrators can now feel confident about designing a Lyceum deployment without having to worry about difficult upgrades in the future.
Developed by ibiblio.org, Lyceum is a stand-alone multi-user blogging application, designed for the enterprise. Utilizing the fantastic, intuitive WordPress blogging engine at its core, Lyceum enables stand-alone, multi-user blog services for small and high-volume environments. Lyceum is GPL-licensed, under active development, and free to use.
To see Lyceum in action, head on over to their Demo Area .