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Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide

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March 28th, 2005
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Advanced Bash-Scripting Guide: Tnis is more of a quick reference for me but the detail is incredible. Thanks Forever Geek.

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Niall Kennedy’s Weblog: Flickr architecture

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October 20th, 2004
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Niall Kennedy’s Weblog: Flickr architecture: A very close look at the insides and the workings of Flickr. This is even more pertinent because of my day job.

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IMAP support for PHP and goofy errors

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October 9th, 2004
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I scratched my head over this for a couple of hours and hope that someone else can benefit from my sore scalp! Imap mail functions for PHP are very easy to use and are quite quick. They can even be used for normal POP3 connections without certain IMAP functions. I have used them exclusively in a lot of my email scripts. However, almost every installation is different. If you are using imap_open function to open your mailbox, various servers will have different headaches with the function. The one surefire way to get around those headaches (when opening POP3 mailboxes) is to use the code below with your modifications. Basically, you have to specifically request a non-SSL connection everytime or your script MIGHT bork. Also, specifying INBOX saves headaches in many cases. $mbox = imap_open( “{yourmailserver.com/pop3:110/notls}INBOX”, “username”, “password” );

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WordPress and UTC timezones

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October 5th, 2004
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ecto blog: WordPress and timezones: Fix for incorrect handling of UTC date strings in xmlrpc. This patch is really designed for Ecto users and is distributed by the Ecto author. This might be useful if you use a desktop blogging client to post to your WordPress blog.

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scriptygoddess >> PHPThumb

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October 4th, 2004
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PHPThumb: An interesting PHP image manipulation function. The problem still lies with the fact that GD is used by this function and must be installed on the server. Imagemagik is still a better solution for image manipulation and does a MUCh better job.

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Javascript OOP Primer

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October 1st, 2004
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A thorough article on the Object Oriented Programming of Javascript

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E4X: JavaScript for XML – The JavaScript Weblog – javascript.weblogsinc.com

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September 30th, 2004
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E4X: JavaScript for XML – The JavaScript Weblog – javascript.weblogsinc.com: A Javascript implementation for XML. The main article is written by John Udell and he mentions that the code in his article is written for Rhino which is Mozilla’s Java based Javascript interpreter. This technology is very cool and has a lot of possibilities, both incredibly useful and sinister. I can think of a bunch of exploits that could be very harmful, but I have not looked at the code in-depth.

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Downhill Battle – Downhill Battle Labs – Blog Torrent

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September 2nd, 2004
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Downhill Battle – Downhill Battle Labs – Blog Torrent: A blog incarnation of the formidable Battle Torrent. Please leave a comment if you know of integration techniques with blogging platforms such as Drupal, WordPress, PHPnuke and Indymedia. A good example site at Waxy. Via: Six Apart Professional Network

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Make your FireFox look and behave like Internet Explorer

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August 30th, 2004
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FireFoxIE.net: This is an interesting collection of plugins and hacks to make your FireFox browser look and feel like Internet Explorer. Why would you want to do it? Well, for the diehard FF lovers (like me) they could be useless. However, for the IE crowd that wants to use FireFox but somehow does not like the interface, this could be the ticket! Via: Asa

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