Berkeley CSUA MOTD:Entry 53231
Berkeley CSUA MOTD
2022/05/27 [General] UID:1000 Activity:popular

2009/8/3-11 [Computer/SW/Languages/Web] UID:53231 Activity:moderate
8/1     Where's the place people go for free webspace these days?  Helping
        my sis's  kid learn how to set up html/php/some minor javascript.
        \_ not geocities:
        \_ why are there 2987394872 places offering free blog space but
           not alot offering free webspace like before.
        \_ Throw $10 at a <DEAD><DEAD> site - it'll last a few months, and
           the site does a damn good job.
        \_ Throw $10 at a <DEAD><DEAD> site - it'll last a few months,
           and the site does a damn good job.
           \_ $10 is more than $10 in the time it takes for me to fill out
              all that online bs.  I want the kid to be able to do it.
              i am silicon valley programmer, my time is like $120/hr man.
              \_ Just get them a CSUA account.
                 \_ she's a bit far from college, by that time i would hope
                    she's progressed from web pages and computers to do
                    interesting stuff to actually get an education, like
                    doubling in english and sociology.
              \_ You've already spent more than $10 writing a reply. Be a man.
                 Besides, this will teach them SSH and shit. It'll be good for
        \_ ?
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