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KCOCCO ~ photo - Baldy Chute, Alta
Baldy Chute, Alta 

Alex dropping into the ultra classic Baldy Cute, Alta, Utah


This rodent was droped 10 feet from us by a bird?
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NOL Jazz Fest Art 

Stuart McClean





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Snow Cats w Zoomifyer 
Created a Zoomifyer of the snowcat pics from Alta, Little Cottonwood Canyon, Utah.

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http://www.kcocco.com/images/2006_5_14_ ... oomify.htm
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Alta Snowcats 

Snowcats @ Little Cottonwood Canyon, Alta, Utah.
Didn't carry camera at Snowbird today...no jacket, short sleeves, blue bird day.

Funky Award!

Bad Ass Award!

Hand Held Zoom crop
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Blue Host 
Just moved the site to a new server hosted by BlueHost.com. Good deal: 15GB of storage, PHP, MySQL 50 DBs, ... for $6.95 per month.


BlueHost.com

I also upgraded this Blog software to sphpblog-0.4.7.2. The sphpblog upgrade is very pragmatic. I did encounter an issue with the upgrade. The system would default to a month last year rather than today. I just needed to delete the file ( ~blog_entry_listing.tmp ) in the config directory.

/doc/upgrading.txt
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Simple PHP Blog:
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Upgrading
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There are two recommened ways to upgrade.

Note
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Always make a backup of your "config", "content", and
"images" folders. It's probably a good idea to download
them to your hard-drive. (I would recommend making a
monthly backup.)
After you have installed to new version, logout and the
log back in. Click on the "Upgrade Comments" link if it
appears.

Option 1
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1) FTP the files to a NEW directory on your web server.
2) Copy the "config", "content", and "images" folders into
the NEW directory.
3) Verify that everything works.
4) Delete the old installation.
5) Rename the new installation.

Option 2
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1) Delete all file and folders EXCEPT "config", "content",
and "images"
2) FTP the files to your web server.
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