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Help! Broken folder redirection in WordPress 3.1

February 24th, 2011 · 3 Comments · Personal

Update: I’ve changed my URL redirect to point to the default Blade Edge domain for now until I have more time to take this on after GDC, so the redirect loop isn’t reproducible anymore for the time being. Any of my WordPress guru readers want to lend me a hand real quick? Here’s the deal […]

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Launching MSE Airports website

December 1st, 2010 · No Comments · Personal

Today, after 4 days of development, I’m broadcasting far and wide to the Flight Simulator community that MegaSceneryEarth(TM) Airports is open for consumption! I’m hoping for a nice reaction from the community – fingers crossed! In the meantime however I figured I’d go into some of the technical details behind the site for those who […]

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All pimped out

July 13th, 2008 · No Comments · Blade Edge

Well alrighty, after spending nearly a full day working on this blog, I think I’ve finally settled on how I want it. The first change I made was to place WordPress back in my root directory. I did some quick research online and modified my default redirect script: <%@Language=VBScript%> <% SiteNameURL = Request.ServerVariables(“SERVER_NAME”) Query = […]

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Back in business baby

July 12th, 2008 · No Comments · Blade Edge

Hells yea. I finally got some free time earlier today to chat up Brinkster support and find out just what the hell is going on with this thing. As I alluded to in my last entry, I was having trouble with WordPress – clicking on any link besides external ones and ones directly referencing entries […]

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A new look for Blade Edge

June 29th, 2008 · No Comments · Blade Edge

Well, this is a start. Yes, this blog still needs to undergo massive renovation. Over the past few weeks I’ve been slowly planning out the new architecture of this website. See, I had a bit of luck in choosing my domain name back in 2001. Back then, all I cared about was software, so naming […]

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