Friday, December 30, 2011
Hmm.. I have been working on this for quite some time and this time it worked. I spend an entire day on this - I faced a lot of problems. I used the script suggested by NoWhereMan at flatpress.org. It didn’t work at first time properly. I totally messed up the first time. But I had backed up the whole blog so it wasn’t an issue. I even had a local WAMP setup running at home where I experimented. All the wordpress posts appeared as draft entries in flatpress and I had to take some time to get everything as it should be..
But I am glad that I finally nailed this..
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Last week, we were in Kottayam and there were a lot of cultural programs being held nearby to where we live. So in the evenings me and my colleague - Devaraj, we used to go to see these events. One day we have the pleasure of watching a program on Kalari and Yoga. We watched in awe as they did their routine.
I remembered that there was a time (17 years ago) when we could perform almost any of the asanas with ease. Our bodies were so flexible at that time. All we had is a blanket under us to protect us from the surface. Now I am having both physical and psychological problems. I have been thinking to go back to yoga. I am sure it will be not easy. Before that I am thinking of doing some resistance training using theraband from http://www.yogadirect.com. As far as I can see, they are within my budget.
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- This was the error that I was getting whenever I was trying to load the older blog entries. No wonder why my google page rank was going down. I am having a 3 year old blog without any of the older entries. So I went ahead to Administration Area -> Maintain -> Purge theme and templates cache, Rebuild index. This was as specified in the Flatpress site. But its wasn’t working for me. I had a similar issue before. So I chose another browser - Firefox (I usually use Opera) and this time it worked perfectly and I am now able to see all the old posts..
Monday, December 26, 2011
Floriography or the language of flowers is an almost forgotten age old (Victorian-era) communication language. It has its roots in Persia and Turkey. You could use flowers to send messages which you are unable to express through speech or letter. As far I could see or searching over the Internet - you could find some dictionaries which will specify what flower and what color is to be used in the specific situation. You can send flowers to someone - The type of flower and the color used can be used to represent romance or insult or friendship.
After so many days, I have returned to AITA (Accel IT Academy). Kochi. I am still having my health issues and I am wondering for how long I could travel. With my present job I have to travel - but the travel and the outside food is making a lot of health problems for me.
Oh, another thing today is that I along with some of the senior staff have received the letter that our services have been transferred from Accel IT Resources Ltd to Accel Frontline Ltd.