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:
Continue reading Ten little UNIX lines
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:
Continue reading Proper use of the phpMyFAQ name.
In case someone has still 250 KB left on his/her hard drive, here are two suggestions: