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A List of Amazon S3 Backup Tools (by Jeremy Zawodny)

7/10/2006 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : A List of Amazon S3 Backup Tools (by Jeremy Zawodny) - Here's what I've discovered

joshua : A List of Amazon S3 Backup Tools

Berkun blog » Blog Archive » How to run a great unconference session

7/10/2006 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Berkun blog » Blog Archive » How to run a great unconference session - Running a great session isn’t hard - it just take some thought and awareness of what can go wrong.

WillPate : How to run a great unconference session

GNUCITIZEN » Javascript Spider

7/10/2006 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : GNUCITIZEN » Javascript Spider - a proof of concept tool which shows that Javascript can be in fact quite dangerous

Airbag - Boxes.

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Airbag - Boxes. - Our content is all starting to look the same because of the tools used to manage it and web-two-point-dough has homogenized the Internet.

Make ruby-mysql create less garbage

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Make ruby-mysql create less garbage - 30% faster!

Top 10 Reasons Why Your 5 Tips About 7 Cutting-Edge Technologies will annoy me | A Whole Lotta No...

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Top 10 Reasons Why Your 5 Tips About 7 Cutting-Edge Technologies will annoy me | A Whole Lotta Nothing - I'm starting to think it's just lazy headline writing that gets promoted up thanks to our nanosecond attention-span RSS readin' latte drinkin' ruby on rails codin' getting things done task managin' nerd culture.

Uninspired :: Jogin.com

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Uninspired :: Jogin.com - I’m sad to see the increased conformity and fast-food taste of the content itself

Google code search (kottke.org)

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Google code search (kottke.org) - it's given lots of flashlights to people interested in exploring dark corners

Ajaxian » “Don’t Waste Time� with Graphical Ajax Solutions

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Ajaxian » “Don’t Waste Time� with Graphical Ajax Solutions - Competent developers don’t engage in dogmatic battles, because they know software is all about trade-offs. Many times, Flash wins. Many times, it loses.

v-2 Organisation | news | IA or not IA

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : v-2 Organisation | news | IA or not IA - if IA is as a whole not interested in what's going on here, then I am afraid that I am not interested in it

Pen

6/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Pen - This is pen, a load balancer for "simple" tcp based protocols such as http or smtp

joshua : Pen - simple load balancer

bmilleare : Pen - simple load balancer

Google sets up a blog ping service

5/10/2006 @ 19:01 UTC

jimray : Google sets up a blog ping service - Update your blog, tell Google's blog search about it

Paul Hammond : Official Google Blog: Got blog? Will ping. - Today we're launching the Google Blog Search Pinging Service

Equal Height Columns using CSS - Edward Eliot

3/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

tjogin : Equal Height Columns using CSS - Edward Eliot

Simon Willison : Equal Height Columns using CSS - Some seriously brilliant CSS trickery from Edward Eliot.

Paul Hammond : Equal Height Columns using CSS - Edward Eliot - Creating equal height columns with tables is easy

3 Easy Steps to Avoid JavaScript Memory Leaks

3/10/2006 @ 01:00 UTC

Simon Willison : 3 Easy Steps to Avoid JavaScript Memory Leaks - YUI handles two of them for you; avoid DOM expandos as well and you should be set.

Paul Hammond : Jack Slocum’s Blog » 3 Easy Steps to Avoid JavaScript Memory Leaks - By following the easy steps above, even a novice can write JavaScript code that is leak free.

Piecing IT together » Blog Archive » Why Calendars are hard

3/10/2006 @ 00:01 UTC

philgyford : Piecing IT together » Blog Archive » Why Calendars are hard - In the unlikely event I need a summary of why it's difficult to code decent calendaring. (via Blech)

Paul Hammond : piecing IT together » Blog Archive » Why Calendars are hard - there are some fundamental challenges which calendars, calendaring and scheduling face that need to be addressed

wearehugh : piecing IT together » Blog Archive » Why Calendars are hard

RedHanded » These Yelps and Squeals are Totally Valid

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : RedHanded » These Yelps and Squeals are Totally Valid - wazup?!!!?!??1:!!??

O'Reilly Radar > YouTube and the DMCA

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : O'Reilly Radar > YouTube and the DMCA - Enforcing copyright now has a non-zero price which means the rights for material of no value will tend to not be enforced

Window to DPO's thoughts: A forensic analysis of the IE6 BackgroundImageCache command identifier

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Window to DPO's thoughts: A forensic analysis of the IE6 BackgroundImageCache command identifier - I don't know yet what's the catch, if there is any. But it does a pretty good job for me.

Chris Shiflett: The Dangers of Cross-Domain Ajax with Flash

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Chris Shiflett: The Dangers of Cross-Domain Ajax with Flash - If the user interface and API operate in the same domain, there's almost no limit to what an attacker can do.

Wikipedia vs Britannica: Yawn. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns from the chaos that is the...

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Wikipedia vs Britannica: Yawn. Strange Attractor: Picking out patterns from the chaos that is the blogosphere. - Wikipedia wins not because it is more accurate or more inclusive or written by more people or has expert contributors. All that is irrelevant. It wins because it's free.

random($foo): Google Reader: Huge Improvement.. BUT...

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : random($foo): Google Reader: Huge Improvement.. BUT... - The Inbox metaphor may work for those who have a few sites they read, but how does it let me sample/prioritize for hundreds or thousands of feeds?

Why learning Haskell/Python makes you a worse programmer

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Why learning Haskell/Python makes you a worse programmer - The moral of the story: don't bother improving yourself, unless you have the freedom to improve your environment accordingly

Simon Willison : Why learning Haskell/Python makes you a worse programmer - It demotivates you when working with less expressive languages.

Drink Broken: Tracking Health With Bash

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Drink Broken: Tracking Health With Bash - I added a curl command to my home and work bash startup files, that would increment a daily counter every time I fired up a shell.

Rails deployment tip for Debian systems and Apache

3/10/2006 @ 00:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Rails deployment tip for Debian systems and Apache - Not rocket science, but a pleasing bit of configuration that keeps things tidy.

Good Agile, Bad Agile

28/09/2006 @ 06:02 UTC

Linkorama : Good Agile, Bad Agile - Great essay about development methodology, or lack thereof

znarf : Stevey's Blog Rants: Good Agile, Bad Agile [via#

Simon Willison : Good Agile, Bad Agile - Includes interesting insight in to Google development processes.

Paul Hammond : Stevey's Blog Rants: Good Agile, Bad Agile - Is it any wonder Chrysler canceled the project?

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