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If You Just Ignore It, It Will Go Away

Just a quick update here. At around 10am I figured I should put my old wheels on so that I can drive around today. I went out to the garage and started jacking up the car.

Then I realized that the tire isn't deflated anymore. Here's a recap :

1. Tire goes totally flat a block from my house
2. I spend 20 minutes filling it up and getting it to around 25psi
3. I pull into a supermarket and by the time I'm done buying a pizza of death, it's totally deflated again.
4. I drive to the nearby gas station and fill it up to 30psi
5. I drive home and it looks to be lower than at the gas station and is still making a hissing noise.
6. ????????
7. This morning it is at 30psi and looks fine.

MySQL Commands for Moving WordPress to a New Domain

On Zach Browne

When you move WordPress to a new domain you would think that just moving your database and your web files over and launching it would do the trick... but it doesn't. Not only will your custom url settings be skewed but the database will redirect most links back to the original site. Once you've moved the database and web files you still need to use either PHPMyAdmin or a program like my favorite, Navicat for MySQL. Just connect to your database and issue these three commands in the console:

Good luck, and thanks to My Digital Life for the tutorial that I learned this from.

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