One of Ihnatko's Best Works Laughing out loud as I read, it reaffirms why his writing is so popular.… Read More

Bigsmallbig. Thanks in part to a nudge from Mark Pilgrim, and in part to a smart little PHP class (long since disowned by its author) [see below], the documents on this site are now served gzip compressed (at sizes reduced as much as 75%) to browsers which can handle such data, which I believe is… Read More

Mail Scripts 1.3.3.  – Mail Scripts is a collection of AppleScripts for Mail and Address Book offering additional features or simplified workflow. Changes in this version include bug fixes and a new feature that allows the option to export messages as text files (one file per message) instead of mbox files. [AppleScript Info]… Read More

Happy Thanksgiving Happy Turkey Day from Carlsbad, NM.… Read More

Dear Friends. I have been watching you very closely to see if you have been good this year and since you have I will be telling my elves to make some goodies for me to leave under your tree at Christmas. I was going to bring you all gifts from the 12 days of Christmas,… Read More

Opera Baby… Read More

Email Click Throughs Increasing. eMarketer: E-Mail Click-Throughs Climb in Q3 According to the Q3 Email Trend Report from DoubleClick, average click-through rates (CTR) for e-mail campaigns grew to 6.13% in Q3 from 4.85% in the previous quarter. DoubleClick notes that this year's Q3 average is on par with the average click-through rate during the same… Read More

The Reel Truth Adrants has found a fine specimen of humor. Check them out.… Read More

Replacing Perl Scripts with PHP Scripts. With the introduction of version 4.2, PHP has started supporting a new SAPI (Server Application Programming Interface) called CLI (Command Line Interface). This facility was introduced to help developers create small shell applications (scripts) with PHP. So, now you can kiss Perl goodbye forever. — Jayesh Jain Hear hear.… Read More

Living Below Your Means Guide to Surviving Unemployment I have been reading this series by the Motley Fool ever since it became a way of life for me back in February. While not always easy, and almost rarely fun, this article really sums up a lot of my experiences, decisions, and thoughts throughout most of… Read More