All entries of my technical and business blog.

Timetracker Timeclock

The 102 Degrees Timeclock software package is a very simple interface for keeping track of time. Instead of purchasing a timeclock, you could resurrect an old laptop and run this software on it. With a very simple clean interface, even beginning computer users will feel comfortable. The timeclock has .csv generation for reporting - which can easily be opened in Microsoft Excel. The entire interface is web based. (more…)

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Why are there different web browsers?

In the same way that not everyone drives a Honda, we find that we have different web browsers. For the beginner to the Internet, this might come as a surprise. Normally, they are only used to the default browser on their computer. For example, Windows users are familiar with Internet Explorer. Mac users might be familiar with Safari. (more…)

What do all of those acronyms mean?

Whether you’re looking at web hosting advertisements or speaking with an internet firm, you’re going to run into various acronyms. If you’re not familiar with the industry, this can get confusing. Let’s check out the main ones to see what they really mean to you. (more…)

Newest Version of 102 Degrees Launched

To better reflect our business model and offer more services online to our visitors and customers, we’ve redesigned our website. Integration with the downloadable products, open source, technical blog and training materials enriches the website experience. Check out the new website options; all feedback is welcome. (more…)

Which Fires First? Error Handler or Shutdown Function

I was working on writing a shutdown function for a PHP 4 script and noticed some odd behavior when I was getting errors (no way! I program and get errors? Who knew!?) At any rate, when I would handle my error with my custom function, I noticed the shutdown function was still executing after the error function. (Or when it was a Fatal error, the error was shown to the screen but the shutdown function... (more…)

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SimplePHPMailer

There are a very small amount of really easy to implement PHP mailer scripts in the wild. They usually try to pump so many features into them that it becomes difficult to implement or too large of a file. For those looking for just a quick drop-in solution - that you DON’T need to know PHP to use - SimplePHPMailer was developed. All that is needed is to drop the php file into the same... (more…)

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