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301 Moved Permanently - pinboard.in/u:deusx

26/01/2011 @ 06:00 UTC

deusx : 301 Moved Permanently - pinboard.in/u:deusx - Most of my future bookmarks will probably appear on pinboard.in

Duplicated Virtual Machines Have Same IP Address (View topic) • virtualbox.org

12/01/2011 @ 22:00 UTC

deusx : Duplicated Virtual Machines Have Same IP Address (View topic) • virtualbox.org - "Ok, that Ubuntu issue is a known problem. It saves the assignment of MAC <==> ethX using an udev rule. Have a look at /etc/udev/rules.d and you will find a file 70-persistent-net.rules there. You can savely remove this file. This file is auto-

2011: The Year of Firefox - or of Chrome? - Open Enterprise

5/01/2011 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : 2011: The Year of Firefox - or of Chrome? - Open Enterprise - "I see no reason why Chrome won't rise to above 20% in the short term. This means, of course, that the market share of Firefox and Internet Explorer will continue to drop. But as I noted some time back, this really isn't a huge problem for

HTML5 Rocks - A Simple TODO list using HTML5 IndexedDB

3/01/2011 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : HTML5 Rocks - A Simple TODO list using HTML5 IndexedDB - "This tutorial is a conversion of our A Simple TODO list using HTML5 WebDatabases tutorial and serves to highlight how easy it is to make the transition to IndexedDB. "

Back to the Future (1985) - a set on Flickr

3/01/2011 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : Back to the Future (1985) - a set on Flickr - "Personal pics from the set of Back of the Future taken while I was a security guard at Universal Studios."

Andy Baio : Security guard's photos from the Back to the Future set - posted in 2007, but somehow, I've never seen these before today  [via]

Building Large-Scale jQuery Applications

31/12/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

deusx : Building Large-Scale jQuery Applications - "In this post we’ll be looking at ways you can put together a toolkit for large-scale jQuery application development by identifying the options you have available at the moment for dependency management, MVC with jQuery, templating, testing, minifi

Half Of 26-Year-Old's Memories Nintendo-Related | The Onion - America's Finest News Source

30/12/2010 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : Half Of 26-Year-Old's Memories Nintendo-Related | The Onion - America's Finest News Source - ""Due to sheer repetition in his peak synaptic years for processing new information, every neural strand in Philip's basal ganglia is embedded with the Konami Code: up, up, down, down, left, right, left, right, B, A, select, start," Mc

K.O.L.M. | Armor Games

30/12/2010 @ 04:00 UTC

deusx : K.O.L.M. | Armor Games - "You're a broken robot. Fix yourself up to please Mother. Do as you're told. You don't want to let her down, and you can't even jump yet. Let's do something about that."

An introvert’s guide to spontaneous departures – Copylicious. Persuasion for business. Now wi...

30/12/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : An introvert’s guide to spontaneous departures – Copylicious. Persuasion for business. Now with 30% more Kelly Parkinson. - "The Essential Law of Parties has a secret loophole, which introverts can use to their advantage."

unique hazards may exist, We can save Delicious, but probably not in the way you think

20/12/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

deusx : unique hazards may exist, We can save Delicious, but probably not in the way you think - "An online debate has already begun about various ways that Delicious might be “saved”. As someone who was on the inside for a while and who wants very much to see Delicious live on, I thought I’d chime in"

Linkorama : unique hazards may exist, We can save Delicious, but probably not in the way you think

mamememo: The Qlobe

20/12/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

deusx : mamememo: The Qlobe - "My Quines are sometimes specialized for Japanese. But to attend RubyConf, I should write "global" Quines."

Robot Driving Lessons – Michael Verdi

20/12/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

deusx : Robot Driving Lessons – Michael Verdi - Robots teaching robots how to park.

Sean Coates blogs: Remote pbcopy

16/12/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

deusx : Sean Coates blogs: Remote pbcopy - "Wouldn't it be even more useful if we could pbcopy from a remote SSH session?"

hopville . "The Great Pumpkin"

28/11/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

deusx : hopville . "The Great Pumpkin"

SubSpace: Documents

28/11/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

deusx : SubSpace: Documents - "This page contains links to documents that I have written regarding SubSpace and Continuum. Some documents go into the details like offsets of key data structures that I found in a specific executable while others are descriptive, high-level documen

What's your favorite Django app?

17/11/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

deusx : What's your favorite Django app? - "On Twitter, I asked, “what’s your favorite third-party Django app?” Eight hours later, I’ve got about 50 replies."

What should a developer know before building a public web site? - Stack Overflow

4/11/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

deusx : What should a developer know before building a public web site? - Stack Overflow

Persi Diaconis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

3/11/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

deusx : Persi Diaconis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - "Persi Warren Diaconis (born January 31, 1945) is an American mathematician and former professional magician. He is the Mary V. Sunseri Professor of Statistics and Mathematics at Stanford University. He is particularly known for tackling mathematical

Up, not North - Automatypewriter

1/11/2010 @ 06:00 UTC

deusx : Up, not North - Automatypewriter - "The Automatypewriter is a typewriter that can type by itself: It can also detect what’s being typed on it. It can be used to send text to and/or receive text from a computer via USB. It was designed as a platform for playing interactive fiction g

Andy Baio : Automatypewriter - Arduino typewriter that plays interactive fiction games  [via]

Rod Begbie : Automatypewriter - Old school electric typewriter, rejiggered to automatically type and read your typed input, so you can play Zork.  #

REST Litmus Test for Web Frameworks - Stefan Tilkov's Random Stuff

21/10/2010 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : REST Litmus Test for Web Frameworks - Stefan Tilkov's Random Stuff - "I recently thought about what to expect in a web framework that claims to have "REST support", and came up with a list of questions that one should ask to see whether such a claim is justified"

Gangsta Lorem ippzle dummy text generator

21/10/2010 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : Gangsta Lorem ippzle dummy text generator - "Lorizzle uhuh ... yih! dolor sit amizzle, pizzle adipiscing fo shizzle my nizzle. Nullam ma nizzle velizzle, rizzle volutpizzle, suscipizzle you son of a bizzle, gravida vizzle, break it down. Pellentesque bizzle tortizzle. Fizzle erizzle. Fo boofro

Super Awesome Buttons with CSS3 and RGBa - ZURB Playground - ZURB.com

18/10/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : Super Awesome Buttons with CSS3 and RGBa - ZURB Playground - ZURB.com

Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal | Cooking with My Kid: Teaching My Kid and myself the art of cooking in 365...

14/10/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Baked Pumpkin Oatmeal | Cooking with My Kid: Teaching My Kid and myself the art of cooking in 365 days - "2 sugar pumpkins 1 tablespoon melted butter or canola oil 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/2 cup unsweetened apple sauce 1 teaspoon ground cinnamon 2 tablespoons brown sugar 2 cups old fashioned oats 1 egg 3/4 to 1 cup lowfat milk (depending on how milky

JPEGs with Alpha Channels?!? | jackadamblog

7/10/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

deusx : JPEGs with Alpha Channels?!? | jackadamblog - "I wanted a reasonably sized photographic image with a 24-bit alpha channel. So I used a JPEG for what JPEGs are good for and a PNG for what PNGs are good for…"

Hijacking HTTP traffic on your home subnet using ARP and iptables - System administration and sof...

6/10/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Hijacking HTTP traffic on your home subnet using ARP and iptables - System administration and software blog - Hijacking HTTP traffic on your home subnet using ARP and iptables - System administration and software blog: fun with ARP and proxying

deusx : Ksplice » Hijacking HTTP traffic on your home subnet using ARP and iptables - System administration and software blog - "Let’s talk about how to hijack HTTP traffic on your home subnet using ARP and iptables. It’s an easy and fun way to harass your friends, family, or flatmates while exploring the networking protocols."

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