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04 April 2006

31 March 2006

YouTube - Robo-One 9: Robot Competition - LAYERED-X

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One of the most surprising robots that appeared at the 9th Robo-One competition held here in Tokyo on March 18-19th, 2006, was LAYERED-X developed by Asurada.

30 March 2006

99 Bottles of Beer | Start

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This Website holds a collection of the Song 99 Bottles of Beer programmed in different programming languages. Actually the song is represented in 929 different programming languages and variations.

Blake Schwendiman's US Traffic Information

Google Homepage Module which uses the Yahoo! Traffic information API and Google maps to draw a map of traffic information for any location you specify.

MySQL Tuning Snippet | drupal.org

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This is useful for measuring several important performance criteria of your MySQL database. For each measurement that is under performing you will recieve a message advising you how to tune your MySQL server.

29 March 2006

Hack Your Brain with an iPod at Forever Geek

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the idea is that you can modify the electrical activity in your brain (the stuff that's picked up by EEG readings) by hearing sounds that mimic those waves

Building your very own web2.0 layout | mentalized

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So you wanna look web2.0? You’ve come to the right place. In this short feature I’ll guide you through creating your very own webdesign template ready to be applied to your web2.0 application or blog or startup or what else you see fit.

They're Out to Get You - An Introduction to Internet Security | Tom's Networking

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Protecting our computers and information from attack is becoming an increasingly dangerous and dodgy game in the Internet age.

Slashdot | How Many People Work in Your Internet Department?

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We are in the middle of a major website redesign and everyone is asking why it takes so long to complete, and almost daily I have to explain that I do not have enough manpower. Of course, I can't prove ROI until the new site is launched.

Rarely available images

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Tim Berners-Lee, Microsoft, Jobs and Wozniak, Hewlett and Packard, Thompson and Ritchie, Larry and Sergey, Moore and Noyce, SUN, Linus, and INFOSYS

Graphical vi/vim Cheat Sheet and Tutorial

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Learning vi or vim is not easy. But it doesn't have to be that difficult, either. I came up with the idea of providing a graphical cheat sheet for those learning vi/vim, and I also found out it was a very good way to structure a tutorial. Here are the results for your learning enjoyment (or your colleagues').

28 March 2006

Blake Schwendiman's Blog and Blook: A Taste for Power

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I miss electric trains. Train sets intended for children today consist of oversized plastic track segments and battery-powered plastic train cars. My first train set was the kind that inspired real imagination and provided hours of imaginative and constructive play.

joey interactive » Blog Archive » Desktop Backgrounds For Designers

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A search for desktop backgrounds will yield you a ton of results (I got 11,600,000). Most of them are crap, but if you’ve got a few hours, you can find some well designed gems.

27 March 2006

Up With Grups - The Ascendant Breed of Grown-Ups Who Are Redefining Adulthood -- New York Magazine

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He owns eleven pairs of sneakers, hasn’t worn anything but jeans in a year, and won’t shut up about the latest Death Cab for Cutie CD. But he is no kid. He is among the ascendant breed of grown-up who has redefined adulthood as we once knew it and killed off the generation gap.

Sacred Cow Dung: All Things Web 2.0 - "THE LIST"

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Although I continue to be repulsed by the term Web 2.0, I still thought I was keeping pretty current until I took a look at Bob’s list. While there are alot of Me2Web2 projects on the list, there’s’ a lot that aren’t. Browsing though this list is definitely worth the gander.

Chess: basic principles

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Those who have no doubts about chess rules, who no longer leave pieces unprotected, or lose them because they were distracted ("where did that bishop come from?!?"), and who usually have no trouble winning a game when they have some material advantage.

25 March 2006

» The six dumbest ways to secure a wireless LAN | George Ou | ZDNet.com

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One would think that the fact that none of these schemes made it in to the official IEEE 802.11i security standard would give a clue to their effectiveness, but time and time again that theory is proven wrong.

24 March 2006

23 March 2006

Recommended PHP reading list

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Learn about PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) with this reading list compiled for programmers and administrators by IBM Web application developers.

Import HTML | drupal.org

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Allow an admin to define a source directory of an existing traditional static HTML website, and import (as much as possible) the content and structure into a drupal site. Source files will be stripped of exisiting chrome and navigation elements before being inserted as nodes.

CSS Menu Generator :: Webmaster Toolkit

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Our CSS Menu Generator will generate both the CSS and the HTML code required to produce a text-based yet appealing set of navigation buttons.

21 March 2006

Amanda Gore: Official Homepage.

International speaker for Leadership, Lifestyle, Group Dynamics, Motivation/Teamwork, Cultural Transformations, Organizational Change, Wellness, Stress Management, Communication and more.

16 March 2006

Cerado's Web 2.0 or Star Wars Quiz

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How silly is the Web 2.0 hype getting? You tell us! Here's a quick quiz...we looked in 30Boxes and analyzed 37Signals that led us to come up with the 43Things below. So without further ado, can you decide...

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