Friday, April 4, 2008

Infogram Weekend Edition, APEX 404

Infogram Weekend

This week we have interviews (they can keep you busy during a brief Metalink outage).

Over at the Mental_Floss blog is a link to the The Mike Wallace Interview . The University of Texas has an archive of videos available of this show from the late 1950s by Mike Wallace, later of 60 Minutes fame. I enjoyed watching the one with Salvador Dali, whom I hadn't seen on video since I was a child and saw him on the Tonight Show a time or two.

Right now I'm listening to Erich Fromm trying to scare people with megawar (I think it worked), and later I'm going to give Aldous Huxley a whirl.

Full shows, 1950s commercials and all. Be prepared to deal with hearing about the wonderful filters on Parliament cigarettes.

APEX and the 404

Need to muck about with 404 errors from APEX? The Inside Oracle APEX blog has a good article for you.

And since this is the weekend edition, here's a collection of fun and useful 404 pages from a contest over at Smashing Magazine.

This is one of my favorites for a support approach. It goes about trying to establish blame, even providing a flowchart.

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