Today is July 25th, 2008 and is the 9th Annual System Administrator Appreciation Day. Every last Friday of July of the year has been marked as the System Administrator Appreciation Day. Having been partly a system administrator (sysadmin) for almost a year at my former workplace after my studies. I really know what it means […]

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Facebook Redesign

Jul 15, 2008 Comments Off on Facebook Redesign Internet, Web

I am not so much of a fanatic of web social platform but I am kinda gaining a lot of interest in Facebook. Ofcourse, my interest isn’t in anything else rather than porting or developing facebook applications. Today, I was quite amazing how fast I could get to playing around with building a facebook application […]

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WordPress 2.6. Released

Jul 15, 2008 Comments Off on WordPress 2.6. Released Internet, Web, WordPress

For WordPress users, fanatics and well-wishers, you got more reason to smile. WordPress 2.6. has finally been released one month ahead of the schedule date and many new more features and improvements to WordPress 2.5. have been included and it seems WordPress is growing more to the CMS side, ofcourse, it conquered the blogging engine […]

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Yesterday, I wrote about a web application which was built within four days and I was and am kinda perturbed by some of the stuff discussed like the costings, the roles of some people on the team and why the team had to be that big for a simple application like this (especially that I […]

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For Twitter users, more so those with multiple accounts possibly for the different projects you are running, there is a new web application, Multiple account twitter tweeting (Matt), which has been developed by Carsonified team. Matt makes it easy to post to multiple Twitter accounts without having to log into each one every time. Of […]

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The determination and inventions of free and open source community are incredibly amazing and really shows the power of the open source philosophy and community. For instance, Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) has a lot it can benefit third world countries especially cutting down on the licenses to paid for each application someone has […]

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Yesterday I wrote about my Multiple Internet Explorer-Single PC Dilemma and so far, I have found a solution to my dilemma. Before you can get a grasp of why I am suggesting this as a solution, I would like to get into some further analysis of the problem and why it fits in very well. […]

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Guess the title is kinda confusing but I can’t think of anything else to call it. For reasons unknown to myself, at the end of today everything looks to be downside up upside down. I have visited a lot of websites and many seemed to have received a lot of traffic and therefore being offline […]

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