A quick response to a weekend email about a problem may or may not make you money, but it will sure make me a fan.
Archive for November, 2005
If practically every website I visit is going to send information about my every click and pageview to Google, I guess it’s time to go back to stopping them in my hosts file.
A fun optical illusion, and a post doing what I love to see, pointing to something the author likes, no matter who’s already linked to it.
If you are trying to make it as a comment spammer, it’s best to avoid linking to sites whose logo looks like the word “splog.”
A checklist for really accepting PGP-signed comments in WordPress without breaking the signature by altering things before saving the comment in the database.
Using OpenID to authenticate that you’re the person who controls a particular URL seems to make sense, right up until that URL asserts that you are the person who did something elsewhere.
Nothing’s ever easy, and that’s never more true than when I pretend to be a programmer.
Meh. It’s a good thing WordPress has “Pages” that make it easy to create a “project page” that I can keep clear of the usual bitching and depression I want to void when I finish with something. Real Comment Throttle for Movable Type 3.2, version 0.2 is out! Get it from the project page!
Google’s Creative Commons license search includes any page with the word “profile” in it. Why?
Oops, I seem to have broken Topix.net.