I continue to be a big fan of jQuery. I’ve recently came across several plugins, two books, and some great demos. jQuery is growing fast, getting better, and still has a enthusiastic community that’s ready to help. Here is my updated list for September 2009…
Monthly Archives: September 2009
CDBurnerXP Statistics [August 2009]
I’m proud to do my part in supporting free software.
This Month (August 2009)
545,923 requests using 837.77 GB of bandwidth.
Last Month (July 2009)
226,310 requests using 348.73 GB of bandwidth.
As always, you can learn more about this great CD burning software at their website, http://cdburnerxp.se.
RSS Tidbits for September 15th, 2009
Here’s a small collection of recent news items that may be of interest.
- Serve IE6 Visitors the Default WordPress Theme
- MobaLiveCD Updates and Adds USB Drive Support
- Brief Insight Into the Life of a Convicted Hacker
- Display a Stylish Sitemap with SlickMap CSS
- Sprite Me! How to do CSS sprites without having to do CSS sprites
- iPhone Gets .Net App Development
- Asus Eee Keyboard Confirmed For October, Wireless HDMI Included
- WP on Palm Pre
- The Sayano-Shushenskaya dam accident
- ExtJS Grid Accepts Data Dragged from Spreadsheet
- Instant LAN File Sharing With Python
- WinToFlash Turns Your Windows Installation DVD into a USB-Based Installer
- Hackers (or Pen-Testers) Hit Credit Unions With Malware on CD
- WPA Encryption Cracked In 60 Seconds
- Using a House’s Concrete Foundation To Cool a PC
From an MSNBC article: Alan Wilson, son of Representative Joe Wilson, on recent comments by President Carter:
“It’s unfortunate people make that jump. People can disagree — and appropriately disagree — on issues of substance, but when they make the jump to race it’s absolutely ludicrous. My brothers and I were raised by our parents to respect everyone regardless of background or race.”
Emphasis mine. Submitted without further comment.
KATU breaks in during soaps
Sarah just caught this while watching her soaps this afternoon.