How to Identify a Font

Here’s some links and information from my attempt at identifying a font. I’ve found that some of the online applications; from the question and answer service at to the image upload service at are pretty neat, … Read More

Multi-Level User Access With Joomla

It’s well known that Joomla’s core user management and access tools are lacking. I have begun using JaclPlus to provide multiple levels of access to my Web site’s content. Here’s a summary description of JaclPlus from the Joomla Extensions Directory … Read More

Internet2 – Who Needs Web 2.0

From the Web site: “Internet2 is the foremost U.S. advanced networking consortium. Led by the research and education community since 1996, Internet2 promotes the missions of its members by providing both leading-edge network capabilities and unique partnership opportunities that … Read More

AOL Developer Resources

AOL’s Developer Network looks to be the real deal. There are a number of APIs which seem to be useful. I’ll be attempting to use these services soon on upcoming projects. At the moment I’m adding this link/post to my … Read More

A Case for Web Development Standards

I’m proposing a case for Web Development Standards in project procurement. I’m noticing a glaring mistrust by clients in the consulting business due to having been burnt previously. I believe that much of this may be due to this industry … Read More

Indie Music Reviews Site Launch

I’m happy to report that the site Indie Music Reviews has just been launched. This site designed under our design company Kliky.Com offered interesting insight into the use of open source content management systems, in this case Joomla. You can … Read More

Whereis ImageMagick

I’m running ImageMagick with Fedora Core 5 and wanting to locate ImageMagick I used whereis. This does not in fact give you the location of ImageMagick as you would think. whereis ImageMagick Returns: ImageMagick: /some/path/to/ImageMagick.1.gz What you’re wanting to do … Read More

Installing ImageMagick on Fedora Core 5

Installing ImageMagick on Fedora Core 5 is as simple as using the yum utility: yum install ImageMagick There’s a little information on this here: You can then test on the command line: