Yeah, I know … this blog isn’t getting the activity it probably should.

Problem is, I’m a technician … not a writer.

However … it might be worthwhile to take note of some of the recent improvements to midrange.com …

  • DSL speed has been upgraded from 768 to 1100.
  • If you land on a page in the archives from one of the major search engines, you’ll find the search terms you specified highlighted so they are easier to identify (thanks to a rather cool javascript module I found at http://fucoder.com/code/se-hilite).
  • It’s now possible to advertise on midrange.com websites via Google’s AdWords program. Details can be found at http://www.midrange.com/advertising.htm.
  • Anti-Spam measures have been implemented on the midrange.com wiki.

That’s all there is to report right now. I’ve got some time off this month, so you might see some more improvements pop up.

About David:
David is a Principal Software Engineer for PTC, Integrity Business Unit. He cut his teeth on the S/36 and has more than 25 years of experience on the IBM i / System i / iSeries / AS400. He primarily works in Java and ILE RPG specializing in cross platform integrations. David has received the COMMON Distinguished Service award and was named an IBM Power Systems Champion. David is an active volunteer with the American Diabetes Association's Tour de Cure fundraising bike ride. He is currently captain of Team RED Chicago. David runs and maintains midrange.com. His personal blog is Geeky Ramblings.