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#61 User is offline   Joshua Pack 

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Posted 29 May 2010 - 04:26 PM

Awesome Stuff!!!! Keep them coming
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Posted 01 June 2010 - 10:14 AM

haha thanks Vejida. I got another article only relevant to yourself and I (I think) that deals with the prevalence of links, and how people don't realize how distracting they are when they are used in the middle of a paragraph or other block of text.

http://www.readwrite...nks_in_text.php

also, for everyone, a very abbreviated history of hacking. hahah

http://www.onlinemba...ory-of-hacking/
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Posted 03 June 2010 - 03:41 PM

http://sfpark.org/how-it-works/
a very interesting project to solve the problem of finding parking. basically a sensor in every stall and a central server that sends realtime updates to smartphones, etc.

http://blog.gilbertp...ms-the-easy-way
didn't know where else to put this...making HTML forms into AJAX forms with HTML fallback in case of disabled javascript.
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Posted 04 June 2010 - 05:24 AM

About the hacking one. I thought it was very interesting.

I've hacked a game before and caused it to shut down registration for 3 months. but hey, they made me mad first.
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Posted 15 June 2010 - 02:15 AM

^ lol

http://venturebeat.c...erver-industry/
a relatively unknown company, Sea Micro, just demolished and rebuilt the way people think about servers. Instead of being powerhouses, they built a server that runs on Intel Atom chips for 75% less electricity consumption.

http://rossum.posterous.com/20131601
build a game console for $2

http://www.smashingm...-and-tutorials/
for me and Veji, CSS techniques

http://danariely.com...fective-people/
and for everyone, the 7 habits of ineffective people lol.
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Posted 16 June 2010 - 05:21 AM

Atom servers seems neat, i wonder how load is with millions/billions of hits a day. (BTW Hightek designs Server gets over 1mil hits a day, and is about at the 2 mil mark.)

WOW, that game console is cool, i wonder if the sound was embedded also.

CSS bookmarked

and the last one was funny
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Posted 30 June 2010 - 11:32 AM

More interesting articles...

http://coderoom.word...verengineering/
again, mostly for Veji and myself. why overengineering is bad, and how making programs simpler can save you much more time than you'd think.

http://blogs.msdn.co...5/10029898.aspx
history of pixels...interesting if you like this sort of thing, not very interesting for normal people

http://techcrunch.co...rosoft-numbers/
Microsoft basically rapes everyone else.

http://www.conceivab...-to-drop-flash/
support HTML5 with pr0nz!

http://www.wired.com...-sues-scammers/
and lastly, a scam based on micro-charges finally gets caught.
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Posted 01 July 2010 - 11:17 AM

BTW, just got office 2010 professional for $15 from microsoft, since i work in electronic retail :D

Anyway..

About code. You have no idea how i over engineer, and find out.... i have to rewrite the code due to new concepts and new functions available in newer versions of the programming language. I've come to the point where, I just rewrite the code for the pure basic of having fun. haha

But no seriously, I need to organize all my functions and classes and have a database with all of these extensions so to speak. so instead of editing the whole program, all i need to do is update 1 file, in all 5 programs that have that same function.

but, I don't have the time to do that, nor the time to update everything -.-'''' programmers have it tough. nothing can be perfect.
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Posted 01 July 2010 - 01:29 PM

ah yeah. I tend to reuse similar functions by copy pasting them to includes....it would definately make more sense to have functions in a central php file. As much as we learned not to use magic numbers, it seems they are the way to go lol.

great find with the Office :D

http://www.eweek.com...-Device-257121/
3TB hdd!

http://gizmodo.com/5576764/
and the Kin is dead after six weeks! wtf.
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Posted 01 July 2010 - 06:50 PM

I didn't see the KIN doing good when i saw commercial, i can't believe 500 people got suckered in getting one.

and the price for a 3TB HDD is not that bad. but i would not get one that big, due to speed. but hey, if it works for what you need.
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Posted 05 July 2010 - 03:02 AM

Yeah I think the 1TB is still the biggest you can go before speed starts dropping noticeably. Storage density will be great though, for movies and the like.

http://omergertel.co...w-to-read-code/
how to read code (how we read it, and how we should read it)

http://www.sutor.com...efault-browser/
IBM goes official with their support for Firefox

http://web.mit.edu/n...zilay-0630.html
translating ancient languages (Ugaritic, based off of Hebrew)

http://www.technolog...omputing/25676/
apparently drivers are still shitty, so now they're gonna use driver simulation software to stress test the driver software to make sure it doesn't crash or leave security vulnerabilities.

http://www.techradar...-secrets-643861
67 Windows 7 tips, tricks and secrets. worth a read!
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Posted 06 July 2010 - 02:05 PM

got some more lol.

http://maxkle.in/pro...-procrastinate/
programming = procrastinating

http://www.risc.jku....algorithms.html
a survey of the most important algorithms

http://justseventhin...f-intelligence/
talk to yourself, it's gooooood

http://radar.oreilly...to-college.html
is college really necessary?
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Posted 12 July 2010 - 01:04 PM

http://www.newsweek....ity-crisis.html
America may not be getting stupider but we're losing creativity very quickly.

http://www.newscient...t-you-want.html
Demographics help search results be relevant

http://www.spinellis.gr/blog/20100711/
documentation, ie. comments, and how it's misused

http://codeascraft.e...ions-of-images/
not news per se, but an astonishing achievement for batch processing

http://css.dzone.com...orse-programmer
funny article about how to be a shitty programmer

http://www.montulli....e%3Cblink%3Etag
the inventor of the dreaded <blink> tag shares the background on it

http://uxmyths.com/
myths about the user experience in relation to web design

http://infoworld.com...ay-889?page=0,0
and my favorite article by far out of these...why the ipad sucks, why Steve Jobs should stfu, and why pc's are better than all of these new 'solutions' in the form of touchscreens.
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Posted 21 July 2010 - 12:25 PM

http://www.motherboa...s-in-finland--2
liquid cooling a datacenter, and radiating the heat into homes instead of the environment. :D

http://www.businessw...ory_museum.html
Apple donates Macpaint source code to a museum

http://infoworld.com...ts-819?page=0,0
use of 'honeypots' to see what's really going on inside your network

http://immike.net/bl...ar-expressions/
regular expressions (:

http://blog.pseudopa...x-speed-up.html
quite a boring article lol but it really highlights the power of assembly language.
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Posted 23 July 2010 - 10:07 AM

http://www.computerw...er_motherboards
malware from the factory, lolol

http://jeremiahgross...u-work-and.html
another reason why not to use Safari

http://webworkerdail...rowser-plugins/
for everyone, this is an informative article about the dangers of outdated browser plugins.

http://matt.might.ne...rds-duplicates/
this guy wrote a shell script to proofread papers.

http://blog.codeimpr...s-wrong-with-c/
what's wrong with C++ lol

https://developer.mo...n_to_javascript
Javascript that not everyone may know about

http://blogs.forbes....le-to-web-hack/
is your router vulnerable?

http://pl.atyp.us/wordpress/?p=2947
good article about the dilemma about which programming language(s) are faster, and why the algorithm is much more important
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Posted 29 July 2010 - 09:21 AM

http://www.zdnet.co....ndows-10018087/
'Rebooting is for Windows' LOL. an article about why Windows requires reboots, and therefore why it sucks as a server OS.

http://infoworld.com...ty-742?page=0,0
craziness at Defcon, they can silently tap into cell phone conversations

http://blogs.techrep...nsource/?p=1696
you've heard of network attached storage, here comes network attached keyboard+mouse sharing!

http://webdesignledg...r-web-designers
ten fre e-books for webdev people :D

http://blogs.techrep...ive-tips/?p=212
how to be nice to irl nubs :P
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Posted 01 August 2010 - 12:00 AM

http://www.networkwo...0wireless1.html
vulnerability found for WPA2

http://repeatgeek.co...g-in-your-code/
the bad types of programmers, haha

http://www.roundhous...-probably-arent
title describes itself
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Posted 01 August 2010 - 04:45 PM

i do all of those server things... maybe not as often as I should, but i do them.
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Posted 03 August 2010 - 11:37 PM

http://blogs.techrep...0things/?p=1691
ten kid-friendly features of Linux

http://theappleblog....to-use-an-ipad/
why the ipad sucks even more

http://technologizer...ew-equilibrium/
interesting article about the web browser war, and why it's at a standstill right now

http://sixrevisions....he-webs-undead/
funny article about depreciated standards still being adhered to.

http://www.spoiledmilk.dk/blog/?p=1922
interesting feature in HTML5 that finally gets rid of my second-biggest issue with AJAX: the url staying the same.

http://net.tutsplus....ning-new-sites/
and finally, an article about different ways to autorefresh your page when starting to design a new site. for lazy people lol.

http://www.gamepro.c...y-of-fanboyism/
a look into fanboy/fangirl mental processes

http://www.space.com...ers-100803.html
ISS by the numbers!
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Posted 12 August 2010 - 07:38 PM

http://www.renaebair...hat-that-means/
all women should read this if they are friends with, going out with, or married to anyone remotely in the computer field.

http://ifesdjeen.pos...amming-language
article on why when you look at it, programming languages all do the same thing. new languages just force us to reevaluate algorithms.

http://infoworld.com...a-or-safari-516
more on the browser war. I also agree with their comment about AJAX bloat, I fucking hate AJAX. it was meant to be a feature to update parts of pages, not a way to make a website 'look cooler' (and be much less robust to low-speed or shaky wireless connections).

http://arstechnica.c...yre-sensors.ars
hacking into car ECU's through the now-mandatory tire pressure sensors

http://www.fastcompa...-gmail-in-china
and finally, another one on hacking...this time it's Google. in China.

edit: here's more
http://regulargeek.c...-needs-to-know/
how true is this....?

http://www.readwrite...-error-page.php
making a cool 404 error page

http://www.forbes.co...gy-twitter.html
quite morbid article about the appropriateness of using Twitter to deliver condolencees

http://blog.serverfa...s-to-production
lolol

http://gigaom.com/20...on-google-wave/
Google Wave dies

http://www.techflash...g_proteins.html
humans pwn

http://css.dzone.com...s-which-are-not
underused but deserving HTML tags
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Posted 23 August 2010 - 10:45 PM

http://www.bbc.co.uk...canada-10928032
technology makes minimalistic living easy?

http://css.dzone.com/articles/charsets
a small history about character encoding and sets.

http://blogs.techrep...0things/?p=1743
ten Windows 7 tweaks

http://www.wired.com...ff_webrip/all/1
how you can be on the internet all day and not be on the web.

http://gizmodo.com/5612630/
the history of various computer-related symbols

http://www.alistapar...s-hard-to-find/
why having good documentation is...well, good

http://devlicio.us/b...ing-mcafee.aspx
Intel buys McAfee. will we see processors with hardware-based antivirus?

http://www.zdnet.com...in-decline/2324
Windows 7 is finally replacing XP

http://blog.regehr.org/archives/247
the future of compiler optimization!

http://www.readwrite...ids_to_code.php
some tools for teaching children K-12 level how to program

http://weblogs.asp.n...tudio-2010.aspx
tips for Visual Studio 2010, if anyone uses it.

http://lug.wsu.edu/node/414
tell this one during Halloween at the CS department.

http://scripting.com...areThatWor.html
another article why the Apple corporate software lockout is shitty.

http://cssglobe.com/...-css-line-graph
doing a line graph using only CSS

http://www.subcide.c...ter-fail-whale/
drawing the Twitter Fail Whale with only CSS

http://kevinrose.com...aving-tips.html
time saving tips relating to checking emails

http://wii.ign.com/a...ml?_cmpid=ign40
and a bonus: the history of Samus Aran
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Posted 31 August 2010 - 08:27 PM

http://blogs.msdn.co...4/10053386.aspx
It Sucks Less: a small backstory about Windows 95

http://www.newscient...excretions.html
using pee in hydrogen fuel cells

http://www.savagechi...s.com/chewbacca
all of Chewbacca's lines in Star Wars, lol.

http://www.zdnet.com...htm?omnRef=NULL
If you're writing a virus, don't use Windows Error Reporting lol.

http://www.nytimes.c...brain.html?_r=1
give your brain some downtime, and allow it to rest. don't fill up your idle moments with email checking or game playing, because it's harmful.

http://www.newscient...erceptions.html
interesting article on dispelling the science-fiction myths about robots, and how it may help children learn to create better ones.

http://online.wsj.co...2013867472.html
in the Ford/Lincoln assembly line, wifi is used to upload programs to the cars.

http://joshduck.com/...odic-table.html
a periodic table of the (HTML5) elements.

http://blogs.hbr.org...ix_keys_to.html
six ways to be awesome

http://technologizer...ls-not-letters/
interesting article about why the PlayStation's buttons have never followed the ABXY convention

http://successfulsof...-your-software/
for us programmers :P

http://workawesome.c...eyboard-layout/
switching to Dvorak...is it worth it?

http://webworkerdail...online-reading/
save your eyes with these tips for reading things on the computer

http://www.poynton.c...rain/index.html
more on reducing eye strain

http://highscalabili...the-hard-w.html
scaling websites: making sure servers don't die!

http://www.livescien...ash-100820.html
malware causes a fatal plane crash

http://www.bbc.co.uk...nology-11082125
sumo wrestlers given ipads. lololol

http://gmailblog.blo...from-gmail.html
make calls from Gmail. free for US!

http://dotmac.ration...ut-programming/
some lesser known truths about programming

http://www.webdesign...improve-design/
more limitations means better products?

http://remysharp.com...namic-favicons/
creating dynamic favicons using JavaScript

edit: here's more, that hasn't been waiting since the 26th to be posted

http://online.wsj.co...2488549362.html
myths on web privacy

http://css.dzone.com...t-kinds-testing
different kinds of testing, lol.

http://gigaom.com/co...es-in-a-crisis/
how to properly give back to the community (ie. doing stuff for free)

http://www.nytimes.c...mpute.html?_r=1
stuff gets smaller. personally I don't want things to get easier to break than they are already.

http://news.cnet.com...015184-245.html
a followup of sorts to the tire pressure sensor hacking

http://www.ms-studio...onymouspro.html
Anonymous Pro: a font face designed specifically for writing code

http://37signals.com...tep-is-to-start
how do I get started in web design? well...you start. article is about webdev but the message can be applied to anything in life.

http://www.google.co...FmGnUv1mvr6KTnw
using technology has made many Chinese citizens forget how to write their native language.

http://polaris.gseis...ow-to-help.html
how to help a nub

http://mdmstudios.wo...-never-be-easy/
why programming is never easy

http://symkat.com/1/...ou-should-know/
text tools for Unix users

http://www.webdesign...our-interfaces/
seven webdev interface techniques
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Posted 03 September 2010 - 02:33 PM

http://www.copyblogg...-subject-lines/
making the most of the Subject line in your emails

http://lifehacker.com/5583307/
USB drive tricks, a top ten list

http://www.cracked.c...ddicted_p1.html
the psychology behind making video games addicting. quite scary when you look at it this way.

http://rubypond.com/...t-tools-you-use
nobody cares what you use, lol.
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Posted 06 September 2010 - 02:26 AM

http://gigaom.com/co...ycle-your-work/
how using 'canned responses' saves time when answering questions repeatedly

http://teddziuba.com...ish-i-knew.html
another list of programming tricks

http://blog.headspin.com/?p=274
some thoughts on programming, and how it may be a case of having a gift for it rather than learning how to do it and improving by massive practice.

http://yoast.com/plugin-not-working/
funny article on why plugins sometimes refuse to work.
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Posted 13 September 2010 - 10:37 AM

http://marijn.haverbeke.nl/js1k.html
a platform game in 1024 bytes!!!

http://www.theatlant...rotected/62656/
the unreliability of password protection

http://www.readwrite...ow-about-ma.php
the lowdown on malware and what you can do about it

http://technologizer...ation-turns-15/
PS1 is 15!

http://gizmodo.com/5633721/
shitty news for iDevelopers

http://www.techradar...d-tricks-709569
50 tips/tricks for anyone with a Droid os

http://itpastorn.blo...-being-web.html
more information about h.264 not even being considered as a web standard

http://www.readwrite...ascript_and.php
Mozilla Labs pushing for browser-based games to keep the web browser fun

http://www.wired.com...-sale-doctrine/
you don't own that software you bought...

http://blogs.techrep...nsource/?p=1802
what's easier to fix: win or nix?

http://blog.kissmetrics.com/seo-guide/
SEO information

http://thechangelog....usic-and-guitar
HTML5 making music!
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Posted 17 September 2010 - 02:18 PM

more links

http://webdesignledg...r-web-designers
ten cool and free ebooks for webdevs.

http://mashable.com/...developer-ie-9/
why IE9 is looking like it's not gonna be a total pos

http://www.wired.com...chine-database/
voting machines fucking up. I new these weren't a good idea since the beginning.

http://techcrunch.co...9/android-open/
Droid is a great OS, but let down by the service providers.

http://blogs.techrep...0things/?p=1813
another top ten list, this time it's for things that make software easier to use.

http://www.wired.com...html5-and-css3/
geeky stuff using HTML5 and CSS3

http://www.theatlant...or-hackers/8218
a pretty badass school, that teaches kids how to learn using their hands.

http://devgrow.com/1...s-for-startups/
usability benchmarking for websites

http://www.edbott.co...ump-windows-xp/
why Windows XP should be phased out...not so much from a usability perspective, but security

http://james-iry.blo...t-assembly.html
article about C, and how it's not assembly

http://scripting.com...oRebootRss.html
strengths and weaknesses of RSS

http://www.bbc.co.uk...nology-11263559
how sofware makes us stupid

http://blogs.techrep...0things/?p=1799
a top ten list on how to be more productive

http://www.charmingh.../exhaustion.htm
symptoms of exhaustion (not just being tired).

http://blogs.msdn.co...0/28/53298.aspx
MS employee telling people how a feature that takes five minutes to write doesn't take five minutes at all.
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Posted 26 September 2010 - 03:22 PM

Currently posting this from the Honolulu Airport. :D

http://intridea.com/...uper-Developers
Nintendo celebrated its 121st birthday recently!

http://hackaday.com/...-how-they-work/
learn how processors work by building a working model with paper cutouts.

http://threatpost.co...ing-tool-092210
'Evercookie' invincible tracking cookie o_o

http://37signals.com...earn-to-program
lol, funny article about how this guy learned how to program

http://daeken.com/th...acker-manifesto
hardware hacker manifesto. agree/disagree?

http://www.guardian....-xss-javascript
twitter XSS exploit. reminds me of the famous myspace one a couple years back.

http://www.readwrite...game-mechan.php
some psychology: implementing video game mechanics into your IRL business model.

http://www.hanselman...FearChange.aspx
some new things in IE9

http://mashable.com/...developer-tips/
some tips for new webdevs

http://uxmovement.co...y-not-overrated
simplicity vs. features
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Posted 30 September 2010 - 11:21 AM

http://css-tricks.co...you-every-time/
for webdevs: IE6 is a bitch about web standards but too many people still use it.

http://mashable.com/...ox-tips-tricks/
another list of some Firefox tips/tricks.

http://blog.webicity...ammers-journey/
biography of a self-taught programmer

http://www.wired.com...-bow-and-arrow/
hmm...

http://seldo.com/web...will_replace_it
is this the end of the php era?

http://line25.com/ar...shouldnt-commit
another one for webdevs, usability features that are universally necessary these days

http://www.shamusyou...dedtale/?p=9557
OOP rant

http://www.newscient...of-nothing.html
a possible future source of truly random numbers

http://agile.dzone.c...grammer-embrace
article about how we all suck at programming, and what you can do now that you know.

http://www.kmsm.ca/2...column-layouts/
CSS3 column layouts
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Posted 08 October 2010 - 01:16 PM

http://www.infoworld...in-websites-041
to implement or not to implement?

http://ascii.textfil...m/archives/2714
you're stealing it wrong

http://msdn.microsof...e/gg232767.aspx
article about touchscreen 'inertia'

http://diveintohtml5.org/past.html
lengthy but informative article on the history of HTML

http://sheddingbikes...1285436217.html
article about 'product people'

http://blogs.techrep...0things/?p=1855
another top ten list of how to fubar your database structure
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Posted 10 October 2010 - 03:58 PM

http://shareable.net...r-be-programmed
interesting article about how technological advances are only advantageous for those capable of using it, rather than merely playing a passive part.

http://mashable.com/...0/06/ide-guide/
some IDE's you may want to consider using

http://msdn.microsof...e/gg263341.aspx
some crossbrowser CSS techniques

http://www.htaccessredirect.net/
.htaccess file generator :D

http://blogs.msdn.co...to-program.aspx
programming isn't for everyone...
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