Another ESR classic that goes into great details the attributes that are required to become a hacker. Ignore the fact that some of the underlying […]
Before the assorted media figures and the collected script kiddies perverted the term “hacker,” it was an appellation of greatest respect. In the good old days, the Jargon File was born.
An interesting looking CMS that supports XSLT and more importantly Topic Maps. Good to see that some people are actually trying to make the Semantic […]
I don’t care what you say. These are some cool televisions. I would never buy one, but they are still cool televisions. Chicks love retro […]
I really don’t even know if I can explain this thing. Something about hunting down your alter ego. God knows I have revealed “my hidden” […]
I am well aware of the fact that many of you have already read this collection of essays from ESR (Eric S. Raymond), but it […]
Because I am sure there is more than one person who wondered if they could run multiple websites on a single IP address. I know […]
Tired of trying to figure out how to determine if a string is an URL or not? Well this site shows you how to implement […]
Finally an explanation of those funny little messages showing up on my screen when I turn the computer on.
In part four of this series of interviews with Bjarne Stroustup (C++ fame) he discusses his methodology for coding which unsurprisingly he mentions that he […]
Almost a year old, but gives some good ideas about how you would go about building your own media box. Linux never stops.
I really need to set something like this up at home. So much important information that I lay in the hands of the computer gods […]