One thing I can freely admit about geeks is that we are either paranoid or cocky. The cocky types do not worry about backing up […]
Microsoft’s .Net comes with some pretty slick libraries that let you tackle Web Services and XML. However, it does lack in its use of XML-RPC […]
Hey geeks need to learn about these types of things also. Take notes boys (and girls).
Something that I need to develop better skills at since it comes in very handy during some tight situations. Shame not all unix variants use […]
I am not going to pretend I understand this stuff because I just do not do Perl. But I figured it could come in handy […]
Because we all know we forget how to do it sometimes.
Great read that explores all of the Apple operating systems from Apple DOS to Mac OSX. Might only be interesting to the really hardcore Mac […]
This module allows Apache 2.0 to register its services on a Zero Configuration network (Rendezvous for you Mac peeps). This is exciting stuff and only […]
Ever want to compute a modulus without using division? How about swapping the values of two variables without using a temporary variable? Well, now you […]
Some interesting observations about the Finder in OS X and specifically, about how iTunes and iPhoto are nothing more than glorified Finder windows. Except that […]