Long hot Friday

By , June 6, 2008 10:11 pm

Been fighting a bad hard drive today. Not in one of our machines for a change though. Turned out that the drive has about 8% bad sectors which is keeping it from doing much of anything. Found another drive that seemed ok that I tried to copy it over to but after a couple of tries wrote 00’s to and checked and it too had bad sectors so will wait till the customer gets another drive to me and will try again.

Keep having website corruption and hacking too. Not just on my sites but on customers sites. The problem with the customers sites has been hackers or some such putting foreign code and java scripts into the existing php pages. Makes for some interesting recovery problems. Have just been alerted to another site tonight that has problems. Am not going to even try tonight. Will go in tomorrow (or when I get to it as it’s not a paying site any more) and see what has to be done and worry about it then.

Tis still quite hot and I’m about done in so am gonna call it a night and start again tomorrow. Till then… πŸ˜‰

Wooden Bikes

By , June 6, 2008 10:20 am

Street Use: Wooden Bikes

Wooden Bikes

Wooden bicycles can be found all over the world. These handmade bikes are often larger-scale scooters that you sit on. Made with whatever wood can be found, they use small wooden home-made wheels covered with discarded rubber rims. Forward movement depends on the rider pushing with their feet.

Shades of The Flintstones! Quite ingenious designs of push bikes made mostly of wood and recycled materials. Quite an eyeopener…

Wooden Bikes

By , June 6, 2008 10:19 am

Street Use: Wooden Bikes

Wooden Bikes

Wooden bicycles can be found all over the world. These handmade bikes are often larger-scale scooters that you sit on. Made with whatever wood can be found, they use small wooden home-made wheels covered with discarded rubber rims. Forward movement depends on the rider pushing with their feet.

Shades of The Flintstones! Quite ingenious designs of push bikes made mostly of wood and recycled materials. Quite an eyeopener…

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