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Model who lost hands and feet dies
Brazilian model who lost hands and feet dies Jan. 24, 2009, 4:15 PM EST RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) -- One month ago, 20-year-old beauty queen Mariana Bridi was living the dream of many young Brazilian women, trading her striking good looks for a modeling career that promised to lift her family out of poverty. Then she contracted a seemingly ordinary urinary tract...
Jan 25, 2009, 5:35 pm - NBey6
IE7 has now overtaken IE6
I am happy to be able to report the news that is the subject of this blog entry: that IE7 has now apparently overtaken IE6 for browser share. I base this information on the Active Users page here at Lottery Post, in addition to regular web site log analysis. Over the past several weeks I have monitored consistent statistics showing at least 25% more IE7 users than IE6 users. (Looking further down the chain...
Dec 16, 2007, 5:04 pm - Speednet
ASP.NET: Resolve Virtual Paths with a Simple Anchor Tag
Web developers have traditionally struggled with the issue of maintaining relative links throughout a web site that would always point to the correct folder/directory, no matter where the link was referenced from. A relative link shows the web browser how to navigate up or down the folder structure of the site in order to get to the target page. Lottery Post, being a very large and deep site, has this problem extensively. For example, let's look at the...
Sep 22, 2007, 10:58 am - Speednet
Maybe You Are Never Too Old To Learn, Unless You Are Sick.
I just finished doing a little more work on the Web-site just to make it look better, but I have a lot more work to do to it, but some other times, little by little, for quite a while it will be a work in progress. But you should take a look a the Restaurants page, that-one is probably finished as it is right now and mostly take a good look at the very first link on there. Most, but maybe not all of the rest of the information pages that I will add in the futur...
Sep 30, 2017, 8:09 pm - MonEl
LP Flash content approved by Microsoft for Windows 8
In Windows 8, you have two choices for your web browser: regular desktop mode (the same as you use in Windows 7, Windows XP, etc.) or full-screen Modern UI mode. The full-screen mode is what most computers will use when you buy a new computer with Windows 8 installed. Full-screen mode is actually much safer to use, because Microsoft purposely disables the ability to add browser plug-ins to it. (Browser plug-ins, like Flash or Java, are the biggest cause...
Jan 14, 2013, 12:10 pm - Todd
iPhone 5 support on the way
I finally got my new iPhone 5 this week so that I could start testing Lottery Post on the larger screen. It became immediately clear that people who pin the site to their start screen (to see the web app view of the site) don't see the site filling the whole screen. (People who simply view Lottery Post in their iPhone 5 web browser rather than pinning the site to the start screen will see it fill the whole screen just fine.) So I have made some updates to...
Oct 24, 2012, 10:53 am - Todd
Crashed Iranian airliner 'disintegrated into pieces'
Crashed Iranian airliner 'disintegrated into pieces' Story Highlights NEW: State TV reports plane's flight data recorder, snip pit voice recorder found All 168 aboard believed to be dead in Iranian plane crash Plane is thought to have crashed near the Iranian city of Qazvin Qazvin is the largest city in th...
Jul 15, 2009, 4:20 pm - NBey6
Company warned officials of flu 18 days before alert was issued
Company warned officials of flu 18 days before alert was issued By Les Blumenthal | McClatchy Newspapers WASHINGTON - A Washington state biosurveillance firm raised the first warning about a possible outbreak of swine flu in Mexico more than two weeks before the World Health Organization offered its initial alert about a public health emergency of international concern. Both federal and int...
May 1, 2009, 8:50 am - konane
Filters Document Download.
I made this list many years ago. You might want to look at it or even download it. Filters Document Download. To download it with Firefox Rth Click and use Save Link as To just look at it, Lth Click...
Apr 25, 2009, 12:15 am - LANTERN