Making OpenID your -only- online profile

Posted on September 22, 2007 in Uncategorized

OpenID is the only sign-up you'll need in the future, but what about your profile? Sites you own or visit, people you know, etc. Alpha Dash is an idea about creating one online profile that would be totally yours and interchangeable with other services, using OpenID and microformats.

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Solutions for 10 MORE Annoying Modern Day Problems -

Posted on September 20, 2007 in How-to

A few months ago, I wrote about Solutions for 7 Annoying Modern Day Problems. With modern life comes convenience, but also new problems. Here are 10 more solutions for 10 more annoying problems.

SANS Technology Institute: Interview with Charles Edge

Posted on September 20, 2007 in General News

How did you first get interested in information security?

It seems like Ive been interested in security since I started playing with computers. It was always about trying to push the limits of what could be done. As I moved through the various …

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Filmmaker's Tool Kit: Creating a Movie with Web 2.0

Posted on September 18, 2007 in General News

In this post I will show you the tools you need to go from idea to finished film using as many web 2.0 products as possible. In June, I wrote about 8 online video editors that could be used …

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SUPERGUIDE: The Open Source Challenge. How to replace Windows completely with Ubuntu. | APC Magazine

Posted on September 17, 2007 in How-to

When I was first given this task I had to sit and blink a few times, if for nothing else than dramatic pause. Im a self-confessed Linux nut, as some of you may know, but even …

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Beginners Guide: Programming Cocoa for OS X | MacApper

Posted on September 16, 2007 in Experience

A few months back a friend asked me if I wanted to help work on a small application for OS X. He figured because I had a long history of Windows based programming I would have no trouble making the transition to …

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10 Linux commands you've never used

Posted on September 12, 2007 in How-to

It takes years maybe decades to master the commands available to you at the Linux shell prompt. Here are 10 that you will have never heard of or used. They are in no particular order. My favorite is mkfifo.

Everything You Need To Know To Get Started With Content Management Systems -- InformationWeek

Posted on September 12, 2007 in How-to

Free and low-cost enterprise wiki tools and open-source content management systems are plentiful. Here's a quick guide to the available options.

It can be easy to dump thousands of dollars into a content management system that no …

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Please backup your hard drive now… twice - goodCRIMETHINK

Posted on September 12, 2007 in Experience

There is a tightness in my chest, and I am crying right now. I have just suffered a catastrophic data loss for the second time in my life. Fool me once, shame on, shame on, fool me can’t get fooled …

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Linux / UNIX: Python programming tutorial for system administrators

Posted on September 06, 2007 in How-to

Generally I use Perl and Shell script for automation or to make system administration easier for me. Python is an interpreted, interactive, object-oriented programming language that combines remarkable power with very clear syntax. Python runs on Windows, Linux/Unix, Mac OS X …

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