I always used to code my own AJAX functions, but it is becoming apparent that I need a more efficient framework since I will be developing websites on a regular basis now.
I received a phone call from my client today. He likes the templates and gave me the go-ahead to get started on the project. I still can’t reveal any specifics just yet, but perhaps in the near future.
I already have a shell framework in place. Now to get started on the rest…
My first official paid project is underway! At this time I am not at liberty to give out too many details, but I will update with more info when I am able.
What I can say is that I am very excited about this project an eager to get the ball rolling. I already submitted some template ideas and some page-flow ideas for approval.
I have an old Lexmark 3-in-one scanner/copier/printer and it’s been sitting on my desk collecting dust. I finally had a use for it today as I needed to scan something. I know that Lexmark printers are notorious for being unfriendly to Linux, so I did some searching before plugging the printer in.
Everywhere I looked showed that there is no scanning support for the Lexmark as they refuse to release any source code for their print drivers, and the only binaries they offer are for print functionality only.
Well I remembered that I had previously installed XSane (though for some reason I cannot remember why), so I figured I’d just mess around and see what happens.
I plugged in the