Well, it turns out that the “Random” handstands you see on the right were actually not all that random. They weren’t showing any from my roadtrip or beyond which was puzzling. I still don’t know exactly why that code didn’t work, but I have some that does now, which is less efficient (but works)!
For anyone who is a MySQL guru, I wanted to determine the MAX id, and then generate a random id off of that. Then using that id, retrieve the information.
I accomplish it by making 2 calls now:
- Call 1 (Getting a Random id):
- SELECT FLOOR(MAX(id) * RAND()) FROM `$this->table` LIMIT 1
- Call 2 (Getting the properties out for that id):
- SELECT `id`, `title`, `description`, `small` FROM `$this->table` WHERE id = $rand_id ORDER BY id LIMIT 1
How do I make a query that works in one shot, but accomplishes the same thing?
My About page was looking messed up as the footer came up and swallowed the entire page. I ended up fixing that thankfully though too. Yay for fixes!
Milepost 159.15 is where the chesapeake bay watershed ends on I-81.
On my route to Greenville, SC via I-81, I pass Greenville, VA | Blacksburg,VA | Blacksburg, SC | Greenville, SC. Whoa.
I thought this was pretty funny, haha.
i am just printing something random to the console and it works
you are a GOD
lol, i made alot of mistakes, like the dinosaurs
but least i turned em into oil
Working from Kristen’s place poses one problem… No coffee.
No problem. I’ve got grounds and filters, and I can make hot water.
Our Yosemite backpacking trip was even more “ghetto-fied” where we used a mosquito head net as a coffee strainer.
Soo, I rode my bike over to the Tee Hangars today to take some more pictures. They turned out pretty well as can be seen below However… I think the gate is activated by weight when a car pulls up to it and I was not heavy enough. So… I broke out of the airport by scaling the fence, and then used my access card to open the gate and rescue my bike and backpack.