Just got done reading an article over Paul Graham’s site. Everytime I leave there, I get a little pick me up on the work that I am trying to do. DONT WORK FOR THE MAN! Gotta stick to that….. Must stick to it…..
Must form start-up company…… Must be bought so I can make more start-up companies.

Anyways here is the link to the article. 🙂

Ideas for Startups

How do you get good ideas for startups? That’s probably the number one question people ask me.

I’d like to reply with another question: why do people think it’s hard to come up with ideas for startups?

That might seem a stupid thing to ask. Why do they think it’s hard? If people can’t do it, then it is hard, at least for them. Right?

Very interesting article concerning XSLT. Check er out!

Particletree · XSLT Roundup
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What is XSLT? – This intro comes from the two introductory chapters from O’Reilly’s book on the subject. It’ll ease you through a bit easier than the Wikipedia entry on XSLT.
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XSLT Questions and Answers – Anything new starts with a few more questions. This site does a great job of addressing about 99% of them.
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XSL Concepts and Practical Use – Very easy to follow presentation for those that need to have the idea of XSL sold to them quick.
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TopXML – Learn XSL & XPath Tutorial – This web site is over the top on XML resources, tutorials and downloadable guides.
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Macromedia’s XSL Overview – In addition to being a guide, Marius Zaharia covers how one of the most popular web development tools aid in the creation of XSL.
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oXygen XML Editor & XSLT Debugger – For those who need a different tool specialized in the task. oXygen looks both powerful and sharp. Check it out for 30-days for free.
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XMLPitstop – And for those of you who perfer to copy/paste/hack, this site is one of the largest source of XML examples on the web.

This is an awesome wordpress plugin for customizing the look of an excerpt of a post you are creating.

guff » the_excerpt Reloaded
February 26, 2005
WP plugin: the_excerpt Reloaded
posted by Kafkaesquí under WordPress
updated: March 3, 2005

* Download:
o the-excerpt-reloaded.zip
* Display:
o the-excerpt-reloaded.php

With time on my hands this afternoon I decided to use some up and post about my last *older* WordPress plugin previously gone unmentioned on guff.

A great reference for making wordpress template that resembles more of a CMS than a Blog.

Extending WordPress for better site publishing | urlgreyhot
The key to getting the custom templates was to find a way to figure out what section a page is part of. WP gives you an excellent way to establish parent-child relationships when editing pages by simply selecting a Page Parent. But the default sidebar shows the entire hierarchy. The local navigation on both of these sites only shows the children of the section you are currently navigating. To get that to work, I had to do a little scripting.