Monthly Archives: July 2008

Official Song of Summer 2008

…according to me at least. Update: Just realized my fancy widgets aren’t showing up in feeds. Click through if you care. Thanks to The Current I found my song for this summer:* Michael Franti & Spearhead – Say Hey (I … Continue reading

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The Mojave Experiment Hosted on Linux & Apache

The Mojave Experiment is a silly Microsoft marketing ploy designed to convince people they really do like Windows Vista. Regardless, I find it hilarious that they don’t use IIS to host their web site. According to the Server field of … Continue reading

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Selling 2 Painted Apple IIe Monitors

I promise I won’t post every time I’m unloading some junk, but I thought the readers of my blog would appreciate the 2 Apple IIe monitors I just posted on Craigslist. My wife, Samantha, painted them and they were our … Continue reading

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Selling some books

I’m selling some books on Amazon. Here’s the full list that I’m too lazy to link individually (click above instead): 0-262-53170-4 – $16 – Evolution and Human Behavior 0-534-95216-X – $6.35 – Data Structures 0-321-26853-9 – $14 – Succeeding with … Continue reading

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Hzzah: AJAX Searching, Grouped Searches, and Version Numbers

AJAX Searching Thanks to jQuery and the jQuery History plugin, searching is now done via AJAX but it doesn’t break your back and forward buttons. The navigation callback in JavaScript ought to be more of a proper state machine, but … Continue reading

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Can you get any more private?

I just switched Hzzah.com‘s Apache configuration to use this line for logging: CustomLog /srv/hzzah/log/access.log “0.0.0.0 %l %u %t \”%r\” %>s %b” No more IP addresses logged! Only if you cause an error (404 or 500) will your IP address be … Continue reading

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