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  • Fractal Broccoli and Our First Pumpkin | James Purser
    the inclination to tackle the work to repair the beds until now However that being said we re starting to re populate the beds and today we planted some Romanseco Broccoli Romano other wise known as Fractal Broccoli The next thing I did was move the Sweet Potato As you may remember when I first planted the sweet potato it was in a tyre next to our lemon tree Well

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/Fractal_Broccoli_and_Our_First_Pumpkin (2014-01-05)
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  • Dear Crackers | James Purser
    Purser on Sat 23 05 2009 00 35 If you re going to try and crack a CMS then please at least check to see what CMS it is that you re trying to crack wp login does not work on Drupal sites Sigh so hard to get good evil people these days Blog Catagories Tech James Purser s blog Add new comment Comments I doubt anyone s sitting Permalink

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/Dear_Crackers (2014-01-05)
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  • Zope and Plone XMLRPC | James Purser
    and Plone XMLRPC Submitted by James Purser on Wed 24 09 2008 10 24 Dear Lazyweb I m looking for some doco on how to manage Plone via XMLRPC Specifically I want to be able to create edit and delete Plone sites Unfortunately my google foo is lacking in this department so any pointers would be most appreciated Blog Catagories Tech James Purser s blog Add new comment Comments Look

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/Zope_and_Plone_XMLRPC (2014-01-05)
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  • An Idea - Environmentally Responsible BioFuels Plant | James Purser
    degree and thought about the best way to scale up to industrial production in the most environmentally friendly manner Energy Any truly environmentally friendly plant needs to take energy production into account at the design stage The ideal production figure for self energy production would be 120 This allows for growth in plant production and also allows for a secondary income stream via putting energy back into the grid In this thought experiment I ve selected a hetrogenous energy production solution a combination of Solar Wind and Biomass Biogas I ve chosen those three based on where I live The Illawarra is blessed with a high number of sunny days though as I look outside it s grey and overcast now coastal winds and is chock full of farms for the moment but that s another rant which could supply biomass in the form of manure and other agri waste Water Water is a big part of the process of creating bio diesel Both in the titration process and after the initial reaction in the washing process water is used An environmentally friendly plant would recycle as much water as possible This would mean filtering the water after use removing any contaminants and then feeding the water back into the system Just off the top of my head this could be done by taking the water from the bio diesel washing process and feeding it into the biogas power gen system The heat could be used to seperate the various contaniments need to check boiling temp of each part really and then the boiling water could then turn a turbine generating power Certain contanimants such as glycerol could produce issues for the biogas system clogging pipes and so on and so would be filtered out before the water got to

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/An_Idea_-_Environmentally_Responsible_BioFuels_Plant (2014-01-05)
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  • Creating Bio-Diesel A Step By Step Guide | James Purser
    Methanol into container and add Caustic Soda Mix vigorously with spoon until all of the Caustic Soda has dissolved This will cause the mixture to heat up so be careful Heat your oil Nominal temperature is 55 degrees celcius Step 2 Mixing The Oil and Methoxide To Start the Reaction Once you have your oil heated and the methoxide mixed you must combine the two Take your dry softdrink bottle and place a funnel in the top Pour your heated oil into the bottle Pour your methoxide into the bottle Remove funnel and screw on top tightly Vigorously shake bottle for at least 10 seconds I shook for 40 to ensure complete mixing Once you ve completed the above steps you should notice a distinct colour change in the oil Ours went from a very light yellowy brown to a dark chocolate Step 3 Wait Now comes the hardest part I guess Waiting Once you have mixed the methoxide and oil put the bottle down and leave it for an hour According to the recipe you should start noticing the byproducts of the reaction start to settle out within ten minutes On this batch we achieved pretty good seperation By

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/Creating_Bio-Diesel_A_Step_By_Step_Guide (2014-01-05)
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  • Today I make Bio-Diesel | James Purser
    On Recent content Feed aggregator You are here Home Blogs James Purser s blog Today I make Bio Diesel Submitted by James Purser on Sat 09 05 2009 10 44 I ve put it off for long enough so today I m going to actually make Bio Diesel I ll be using this recipe and once the process is finished I ll be putting up a post with pictures Hell

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/Today_I_make_Bio-Diesel (2014-01-05)
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  • Nagios Gets Forked | James Purser
    Nagios community has previously attempted to clear this bottleneck with suggestions to broaden the developer base Long awaited improvements such as the regular integration of community patches the connection to databases or the web interface were hoped to be accelerated Unfortunately these attempts came to little success and effective community commitment has gradually deflated Over the past 6 months the situation has escalated with Nagios Enterprises LLC requesting several long term community projects to state that they are not officially connected to Nagios In a few cases the companies were requested to change their open source project names or transfer their domains over This combination of reduced visible software development and disproportionate actions against long time Nagios supporters has irritated many active community members In essence they seem to be saying that the guy behind Nagios IS the development bottleneck and so in order to keep Nagios moving along they have to take it out of his hands I don t know the ins and outs of this but Nagios is a project that is used pretty extensively in data centres around the world so it s going to be interesting to see the effect this has Blog Catagories Tech

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/Nagios_Gets_Forked (2014-01-05)
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  • On A Weighty Issue | James Purser
    I ll weigh myself and post the result here I m not going to aim too high so I m going to start out with aiming for 5kg a week If I lose more then great but so long as I drop 5kg each week I ll be happy Wish me luck Blog Catagories General Health James Purser s blog Add new comment Comments Weight Permalink Submitted by Toshi on

    Original URL path: http://jamespurser.com.au/blog/On_A_Weighty_Issue (2014-01-05)
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