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Archives for January 2008
FAQ-Tastic – a FAQ – Ask Me solution for WordPress. Reviewed in depth.
For some reason it is impossible to convert ImageReady or previous Photoshop versions Droplets to Photoshop CS3. Here is a simple PS3 Save to GIF droplet for your use.
Detoxing a Windows Box – a systematic approach. Start by emptying the System Tray and then get rid of all the auto run entries.
David Karp writes about the advantages of Tumblr: “posting with zero obligations, little or no comment”. Great for wisecracking, difficult for communicating.
My client wasn’t getting all the completed applications that were going into the database. It turns out that Google Apps/Mail were deleting quotations (even though they were coming from his own domain).
From the beginning WordPress has generally looked great when going out with visitors but she dresses awfully sloppily around the house. Current previews of the updated WordPress 2.4 Admin interface show a getup which looks worse if anything, than what’s there now.
Six good reasons why Foliopress WYSIWYG will be PHP5 only. Sometimes releasing new software is great. One isn’t hindered by legacy issues.
Even a single day with internet down for a whole day would cost a company three times more in lost productivity than the cost of the second high speed connection for the year – how to load balance two internet connections.