Monthly Archives: May 2011

Kevin Mitnick: Ghost in the Wires

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How Not To Sell Your Soul (and Content) to Tumblr

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For several reasons, tumblr is a great service to use if you’re trying to get your content seen by a wide audience in a short time. It’s easy to get your content up. The simple interface, cross-browser bookmarklet, and well-documented … Continue reading

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What I’m Working On

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What I’ve Learned So Far

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I’m getting ready to make some Very Important Life Changes as we approach the second half of 2011. It’s been a rough year, to say the least, but all things considered? I would say I’m fairly blessed. As I start … Continue reading

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Multilingual Programmer

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Crockford writes: Language design has more to do with fashion than technology. It may seem strange that fashion is a major factor in the nerdliest of arts, but it is true. A language with radically different syntax, for example, has … Continue reading

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Working Web Galleries

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There are a lot of web design galleries on our visible web. Many piggy back each other so that on any given update, the same site can be found across most of these galleries. And we’ve all been there: spending … Continue reading

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