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-->Mr. Noisy: 01/06/07
Ian's parents have a large collection of Mr. Men books and when we visit, Sean likes to read them. Over the recent holiday I read three ones I've haven't read before: Mr. Bounce, Mr. Noisy, and Mr. Small.
Mr. Noisy might as well be Sean. Like my son, he is loud from sun-up until sun-down. He is so loud that a town has been named for him (in a way). The town is called Wobbletown because everything wobbles when Mr. Noisy comes to town.
Mr. Noisy likes to stomp. He likes to shout. He also likes to do his shopping daily. Unfortunately the shopkeepers of Wobbletown wish he'd stay home or learn how to be quiet. Can a little reverse psychology do the trick?
Now that the first week of January is coming to a close I realized I had to finish building my book tracking database. I had the "books in" table built (although it did need some tweaking) but to track the difference of books in and out of the house, I had to create the "books out" table. I have the two tables linked together via their BookCrossing IDs as the BCID is a unique number and makes keeping track of my BookCrossing transactions easier.
Now just comes the job of data entry. I will prioritize by recently released, then by reserved (these are ones I plan to read soon to then give to another member) and then the dreaded to be read pile. I also need to build a search page to make running the queries easier and prettier but that is another day's project.
While working on the mysql database, I realized what I was doing wrong with code to include tags on my livejournal sidebar. So after I got my database configured I had one more go at the tag problem. Today the problem was a lot easier to solve after having a good night's sleep. My livejournal site now has tags!