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August 2008

RSS: What is a 'River of News' style aggregator?

by greut & 1 other (via)

Standard news readers organize feeds into groups, and then under each feed are items. If there's an unread item in a feed, the feed's name is bold. If you leave the cursor on an item long enough the feed name goes un-bold. These programs work much like mail readers, so much so that they are sometimes even integrated into mail readers.

the concept of "river of news" origin

July 2008

April 2008

January 2008

Interazioni: Chkuser 2.0 - running qmail-smtpd

by camel
qmail-smtpd executes as a qmail dedicated user, communicating on the external SMTP side using a socket connection, and talking to the internal processing section using a pipe. This architecture is very secure, as qmail-smtpd is allowed to read/write only what it owns (practically nothing), and, the eventual break of qmail-smtpd by a cracker would have a minimal impact on the safety of the system.

December 2007

User-Centered Design and Web Development

by greut

User Centered-Design (UCD) is a philosophy and a process. It is a philosophy that places the person (as opposed to the 'thing') at the center; it is a process that focuses on cognitive factors (such as perception, memory, learning, problem-solving, etc.) as they come into play during peoples' interactions with things.

July 2007

June 2007

March 2007

Bush is Committed - Politics & Government Jokes - JibJab

by Gizmoz & 1 other (via)
Joke Originally Submitted by: aasimpy. "I made this over at - took a few minutes, and then I added in the flash bulbs and other audio fx on my own. The joke was from Letterman."

February 2007

January 2007

Chapitre 02 - PureFTPd — Laboratoire des technologies GNU/Linux

by srcmax & 1 other
Pure-ftpd est un serveur ftp libre, sécurisé, de qualité et répondant aux standard du protocole FTP. Il tourne sur de nombreux systèmes tel que Linux, FreeBSD, NetBSD, OpenBSD, ISOS, EkkoBSD, BSDi, Solaris, Darwin, Tru64, Irix, AIX et HPUX.

in london, you’re never more than 10 feet from a program at devlog

by transid
Un article fouillé sur les inconvéniants du Tube et d'Oyster.

November 2006