Blog Update, Minor Notes

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A very minor update has been posted to the blog code. There was a mispelling in the email sent to people who post to entries. I also made the subject of the email use the blogTitle variable. Another new feature is a SQL file for PostgreSQL. This was provided by Josh Trefethen. Thanks Josh!

On a completely different topic, yesterday was Father's Day, and once again I'm blessed to be able to celebrate this day. For those who don't know me too well (and who didn't bother to read my boring bio on camdenfamily.com), I have two rugrats - one three (Jacob) and one 19 months old (Lynn). They gave me (with a little help from their mother) two movies, Catch Me if You Can and About Schmidt. I watched CMIFYC last night - and it was a great movie. I don't think I've seen a Spielberg film yet that didn't have a great story. Some didn't have great acting... but the stories have always been enjoyable. Now I'm totally off topic, but has anyone seen Empire of the Sun? It seems like one of his less popular films, but it's one of his best (imho) - it's certainly very haunting and powerful.

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Archived Comments

Comment 1 by Bryan F. Hogan posted on 6/16/2003 at 11:15 PM

I''ve seen Empire of the Sun. I think it was a great movie. The woman (I forget her name) was not all that great, I think someone else would have been a better choice.

With Steven''s films you really have to think deeper sometimes than the face of it. That''s why I think some say that it''s not one of his best. I think they are wrong. I liked it.

Comment 2 by Vui Lo posted on 7/2/2003 at 7:18 AM

What should I adjust to use the blog.zip core files with oracle database?

Comment 3 by Raymond Camden posted on 7/2/2003 at 3:17 PM

Sorry, Vui, I don't have any Oracle experience, although I'm sure you can find resources on the net for importing SQL Server schema into Oracle.

Comment 4 by Vui Lo posted on 7/2/2003 at 5:01 PM

Thank you Mr. Camden. I guess I'll need to overwrite the methods on database record insertion on tables with serialized field. Oracle handles serial data type differently. It's not a big problem, I just like to keep the core files as original as possible.