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Diskwarrior = My New Best Friend
So the Saga of the Coffee + Laptop continued today. Upon the Computer gaining its heartbeat back, I quickly realized that there were sections of my Hard Drive that had mysteriously disappeared! So here are the bits of intelligence that I can share with the world. Long ago, when I first bought my 15″ Powerbook, […]
smugblog: Jimmy Thompson Â» Blog Archive Â» Hate â€¦
smugblog: Jimmy Thompson Â» Blog Archive Â» Hate â€¦ This is a nice little article talking about a crazy Internet Explorer Bug. thanks Jimmy!
HNS – Top 10 Ajax Security Holes and Driving Factors
HNS – Top 10 Ajax Security Holes and Driving Factors of 10 Ajax Security Holes and Driving Factors This is a nice article talking about how to find vulnerable application end points. In short this mean, “Where am I vulnerable.” It talks about how each of these 10 attack vectors can be exploited, and the […]
PHP Extensions XML_RPC + mbstring != Compilation Happiness
If the title of this blog post doesn’t explain it enough here it is. This evening, well early morning, I was trying to get XML_RPC to install as the native extension.Â I had previously install PHP 5.1.6 with the mbstring extension enabled to make a pesky phpMyAdmin error about it go away. Well this time […]
Stray Notes Â» Blog Archive Â» Running Kcachegrind on Mac OSX 10.4
I posted earlier on how to Get Rich with PHP5. In that article Rasmus Lerdorf writes about how to use a certain set of debugging tools as well as PECL packages and database modifications to really tweak some serious speed out of your PHP web application. I use a powerbook G4 for my PHP hackery, […]
AI3 – Adaptive Information::: Â» Blog Archive Â» Extending TinyMCE, the WordPress Rich Text Editor
AI3 – Adaptive Information::: Â» Blog Archive Â» Extending TinyMCE, the WordPress Rich Text Editor I am very grateful for this bit of sleuthing that went on at the AI3 blog. I am using this nice little hack, and will certainly use it on my all other blogs. Thanks!
I.Cringely – “YouTube is the factory outlet of commercial television, at least for now.”
I love Robert Cringely’s pulpit column at PBS.org. He always has a depth to his analysis that I appreciate. Last week, he talked about YouTube because c’mon, WHO HASN’T! For crying out loud, my grandmother asked me about it. If there is anyone out there who says that YouTube isn’t a common household word, I […]
How to Build a Low Cost Internet Appliance Server
How to Build a Low Cost Internet Appliance Server Here is an awesome article on how to convert that old x86 server into a sweet Internet Appliance Server. (Think print server!!!) I am all over this!
Evolutionary Database Design
Evolutionary Database Design This is a very interesting article surrounding how to build a database in a collaborative environment of developers.