Tomorrow I’ll leave Germany for my holiday trip to Singapore, Sydney and Tasmania where I will go hiking on the Overland Track. So don’t expect any new commits or releases on phpMyFAQ for the next 3 weeks. Jason and Jochen will keep an eye on the forums.
This ist the 1000th post I did since january 2004.
- I learned PHP because I didn’t get on with Perl.
- The highest speed I ever reached with a car was 255 kph.
- I started playing Handball with the age of 10.
- In 1997 I studied Eletronics for one year.
- Last year I started to read the Bible and the Quran: I didn’t finished both because they’re so boring.
- I’m working on phpMyFAQ for almost 8 years now.
- I spent more time in Wellington or Sydney than in Berlin.
And here are the rules Iâ€™m supposed to pass on to the following bloggers:
- Link your original tagger(s), and list these rules on your blog.
- Share seven facts about yourself in the post – some random, some weird.
- Tag seven people at the end of your post by leaving their names and the links to their blogs.
- Let them know theyâ€™ve been tagged by leaving a comment on their blogs and/or Twitter.
And as for chaining, in no particularly significant order:
Yesterday a drawer of my wardrobe broke and I have to glue it. I need some weights and I found them in my bookcase:
A picture from Leopoldstrasse, Munich, Germany after the 3:0 victory of Germany against Ecuador.
Looks cool, but I think, it’s quite useless:
The user agent: Nokia6230/2.0 (03.15) Profile/MIDP-2.0 Configuration/CLDC-1.1
Today I’ll visit the El?kel?iset concert in Munich. This will be fun.
Found at heise.de forum:
Beatallica released their second cover album since 2001. Check them out on www.beatallica.org if you like The Beatles and Metallica!
Found this great picture at Daniel Glazman’s blog:
If you’re living in the United States just read the posting “Pepsi Bottlecap Liner Labeling Information Leak Vulnerability” from Full Disclosure. Here’s the exploit to get a “free” song from Apple’s iTune.
Found at bash.org:
Quaestor> how frequently does a question need to be asked to be considered a Frequently Asked Question?
Archon11> 7 times in the US and 11 in Canada. The European Union is considering a common number of five, but Great Britain refuses to comply and insists on using its own number, six. China does not allow questions except in Hong Kong.
Found at /.: Real men don’t do backups, they just pack their files into windows_2000_source_code.zip and post them to their website…. with torrent links…
In less than 20 days, the PageRank of this subdomain “devblog” has risen from 0/10 to 6/10. Well, actually, this doesn’t mean anything, it’s just amazing to see how fast this cute crawler can follow the daily updates.
This morning, I saw this link to the Adobe page. It is an extensive explanation how to use the term “Adobe? Photoshop? ” in a way that even their corporate ID pope will dance and cheer. After rethinking the whole thing, I decided that we should encourage people to do the same regarding phpMyFAQ:
In case someone has still 250 KB left on his/her hard drive, here are two suggestions: