So lately, I’ve been looking into the semantic tools available on the web. I want to make sure that my online identity is easily searchable and undeniably accurate. Using semantic tools such as XFN, FOAF and hCard may help me. (more…)
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So I added my own FOAF link on my home page. (more…)
I came across the following link on google’s code pages: http://code.google.com/apis/analytics/docs/tracking/asyncTracking.html (more…)
I came across a great idea dealing with protecting image downloads from the site. Now, this is not fool-proof. There are lots of other ways to download the image, but this may stop the casual downloader. Nope, its not disabling the right click or using java. It requires one single transparent gif. Let’s see how. (more…)
Mr. Skowron (his business) was working on a flash animation for a client that had a snow fall. What really irked me about the end result, was two things. (more…)
As most developers are lazy, I’m a huge fan of scripts. I’ve found myself lately having to add entries to iptables to block a single IP or a small subnet, so I made a quick script to make the job easier on myself. (more…)
Using Yahoo’s Grid Tools, I created a pretty decent page layout. After all this was complete, I needed to generate a printable version of only a portion of the site. This was a particular set of instructions. I decided to tackle this with JQuery. (more…)