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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

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.

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.

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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