Probably too late for WordPress 4


But it should definitely be included in the next full point upgrade. What, you may ask? Why, something that should have, in my humble opinion, been part of the core since day one. And that is, the ability to set the sort order of each category. There are many times when the default descending sort […]

Why I ditched Joomla!


Yes, Joomla! remains in the header. Why? Because I have over 3,200 posts in the Joomla! Forum and I still help out from time to time. Do I still use it? Not any longer. Why? Because I can’t figure out where they are going with it. Ever since Joomla! split into the two paths back in […]

cPanel – finally!

cPanel logo

Well it’s about friggin time, Go Daddy! Sometime in late November of 2013, Go Daddy finally saw the light and switched over to cPanel from their home-rolled mess for their hosting control panel. Anyone who has had to suffer through the interminable slowness of their previous iteration of control panel will jump for joy. I […]

Aviation background


I was involved in aviation long before there were personal computers, the internet and cell phones. Managed quite well without them. Presented here is a timeline of aviation activities: 1970 – first flying lesson 1972 – private pilot licence, night rating 1973 – commercial pilot licence, multi-engine rating 1974 – commercial multi-engine instrument rating – […]

2 niner niner 2 back to the way it was

2 niner niner 2

Over the past year or so, has gone through a few changes in purpose and direction. Having gotten the other sites in order, it is time to get 2992 back to where it belongs: a general purpose blog that postulates about things e-Learning, WordPress, Joomla!, websites in general and, of course, aviation. Are you […]

2 niner niner 2 redux

2 niner niner 2

Welcome to the latest iteration of the 2 niner niner 2 web site. For those who have visited the previous version, you will notice a dramatic shift in focus. I am no longer in the Joomla! and Artisteer biz. Prior to this switch to WordPress, it was the only Joomla! property remaining in my portfolio […]