Welcome to Craterz.com!
This is my little web/photo-blog site, and whatever else I want to use it for. I thought I would put this site up to share some photos and stories I both experience and hear during my travels around the world. I am very fortunate that I have a professional position that allows me to go to many countries to experience, first-hand, different cultures. Something I would highly recommend to anyone to do at least once. Anyway, photography is something I've always been interested in and I've recently purchased a very nice DSLR camera, at least in my meager opinion. If you don't agree that it's a nice DSLR... fine... whatever... keep it to yourself. Anyway. Turns out most of the pictures taken will be archectural type subjects, scenic areas (rural and otherwise) as well as nature shots, but there will also be other subjects as well.
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Currently, this site is getting many registrations from two domains that originate from China that I need to determine a means of banning. Just getting tired of "rejecting" any registration from these domains. Which are "@21cn.com" and "@tom.com". Personally I know no-one that uses either domain, and a majority of the time the email verification is not verified. Working on a couple of different means to reject these two domains automatically.
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Do you have a BlackBerry? How about an Android smartphone? Okay, maybe you have an iFony... oh, iMean an iPhone. Well I have some great news no matter what type of smartphone device you have. Craterz.com is mobile ready!!!! YEEAAAAHHHHHH! >Apple announcement type applause< Go ahead... check it out... yes, it works
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Hey! Where's the old content?
Craterz.com has recently gone through a major update. Don't worry, the meager articles and blog posts that were found here will return. I just need to dig them out of the back-ups and restore them. In order to perform the necessary upgrade it was easier to blow everything away and start from scratch.
Also, during this process I have discovered a problem in the configuration with legitimate guests trying to register. This issue has been fixed! >applause<
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