Category Archives: General

The Great American Model 3 Road Trip

I’d never taken a trip this long, over 5,000 miles across the United States from Virginia to Idaho, Yellowstone, Denver and back. But it seemed like an adventure, and I figured that Tesla Autopilot would do most of the driving. … Continue reading

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Christmas came a little early

Last night I got a notice on my smartphone: My Tesla Model 3 has a software update. It’s like Christmas came early and I can hardly wait to open the presents. So what did I get? I got a new … Continue reading

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Tesla Model S to Model 3 transition

I took delivery of a Tesla Model S 60 kWh (now 75 kWh) in September of 2016 and it has been by far the best car I’ve ever driven. Much can be said about the technology of Model S, its … Continue reading

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New look

I changed the theme here at Blog or Die! I liked the old one, Misty Morning, but it has technical issues and didn’t seem to work with the new Photo Album. Plus it was a bit narrow. So I’ve installed … Continue reading

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Msi Installer errors on CISCO VPN under Windows 7

Did you see this? Error 2738:  Could not access VBScript runtime for custom action If you’ve gotten this far, you’re probably pulling your hair out because other solutions don’t work. The  problem is with installation procedures that rely on VBScript, … Continue reading

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WordPress 3.0 Upgrade Warning

WARNING: Manually disable all your plug-ins before attempting the automatic upgrade to WordPress 3.0. Otherwise your blog will die painfully. If it’s too late, do a manual upgrade install (copy all the files via FTP) and then do an automatic … Continue reading

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FireFox browser trashes Windows users

A tiny group of FireFox developers have pushed out a blocklist that automatically installs itself without permission, that cannot be rejected and cannot be removed. And by so doing, they knowingly prevented mission critical applications based on Microsoft’s Windows Presentation … Continue reading

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