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Hypertext Style: Cool URIs don't change.
In theory, the domain name space owner owns the domain name space and therefore all URIs in it. Except insolvency, nothing prevents the domain name owner from keeping the name. And in theory the URI space under your domain name is totally under your control, so you can make it as stable as you like. Pretty much the only good reason for a document to disappear from the Web is that the company which owned the domain name went out of business or can no longer afford to keep the server running. Then why are there so many dangling links in the world? Part of it is just lack of forethought. Here are some reasons you hear out there:
tim-bl  webdesign  style  w3c  article 
march 2018 by jchris
ImageMagick, Part Three
The last of a three-part series on tools for creating and editing high-quality images. -==- The last two “Power Tools” columns introduced ImageMagick (IM), explained how to hide data in an image, and showed different resizing filters. This month, let’s finish the series on IM with a bit more of what this command-line toolbox can do — and discover some useful, general information about digital images.
article  ImageMagick  tutorial 
august 2017 by jchris
ImageMagick, Part Two
More about a sophisticated package of tools for creating and editing high-quality images. -==- Last month’s column introduced ImageMagick (IM), a command-line tool that’s adept at converting images from one format to another. (In fact, that’s why its main program is named convert.) But IM is well-suited to other image manipulation tasks, too. You saw some of those additional capabilities last month. This month, let’s dig in and discover even more.
article  ImageMagick 
august 2017 by jchris
ImageMagick, Part One
ImageMagick is a package of tools for creating and editing images that’s not easy to get started with, but is well worth the effort. Here’s an introduction, just in time for processing those summer photos. From Jerry Peek's Power tools column
article  ImageMagick 
august 2017 by jchris
U.S. Politics and History - AMoMaI: H.L. Mencken "Bayard vs. Lionheart"
Some wisdom from the pre-Great Depression era, as we are now mired in the second one. Here's the full Mencken article (and the link) that contains the famous quotation "As democracy is perfected, the office represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of the people. We move toward a lofty ideal. On some great and glorious day the plain folks of the land will reach their heart's desire at last, and the White House will be adorned by a downright moron." I'm pasting the entire article in case the link stops working at some point. Enjoy
h-l-mencken  article 
august 2017 by jchris
Improving MetaData Performance of the Ext4 Journaling Device | Linux Magazine
In the never-ending quest for more performance, we examine three different journaling device options for ext4 with an eye toward improving metadata performance. Who doesn't like speed?
ext4  article 
july 2014 by jchris
A Brief History of Human Computer Interaction Technology
Brad A. Myers. "A Brief History of Human Computer Interaction Technology." ACM interactions. Vol. 5, no. 2, March, 1998. pp. 44-54.
article  computing  history 
september 2013 by jchris
The Free Lunch Is Over: A Fundamental Turn Toward Concurrency in Software
Regarding Moore's Law: "The Free Lunch Is Over -- A Fundamental Turn Toward Concurrency in Software" By Herb Sutter -=- The biggest sea change in software development since the OO revolution is knocking at the door, and its name is Concurrency. (This article appeared in Dr. Dobb's Journal, 30(3), March 2005.)
article  concurrency  DDJ 
september 2011 by jchris
Persönlichkeitsrechte im Internet - BGH-Urteil: Inland first - Digital - sueddeutsche.de
Weder der Serverstandort noch die Möglichkeit, den Text auch in Deutschland abzurufen, begründeten die Zuständigkeit deutscher Gerichte.
recht  article 
march 2011 by jchris
iX 4/2008, S. 120: Webprogrammierung
Captchas aus verzerrtem Text sind zwar ein beliebter Sicherheitsmechanismus. Jedoch bereitet ihre Lösung Anwendern häufig zu viel Mühe, und Computern fällt es leichter als erwünscht. Andere Verfahren stören weniger und sind ebenso zuverlässig.
article  captcha  heise  ix  spam  web 
march 2008 by jchris
Evidence Based Scheduling - Joel on Software
Software developers don’t really like to make schedules. Usually, they try to get away without one. “It’ll be done when it’s done!” they say, expecting that such a brave, funny zinger will reduce their boss to a fit of giggles, and in the ensuin
article  coding  gtd  joel-spolsky  productivity 
february 2008 by jchris
The history of a templating engine
Instead, in a fit of hubris and laziness, I decided to write my own system, which is what turned into Basset::Template. Right now it's fast and robust and extremely useable. This is that story, as best as I can remember it. I consider it a success story,
article  knowhow  perl  programming  templating  templates 
january 2008 by jchris
Template Engines
In general, template engines are a "good thing." I say that as a long time PHP/perl programmer, user of many template engines (fastTemplate, Smarty, perl's HTML::Template), and author of my own, bTemplate. However, after some long discussions with a co-wo
article  critique  php  perl  templates  webdesign 
january 2008 by jchris
A Development Infrastructure for PHP
With every programming language I have worked in it has become normal practice, after having developed an initial series of programs, to identify a common structure to which all subsequent programs should be built. This may take some time as it involves a
article  design  development  mysql  php  programming 
january 2008 by jchris
A* Pathfinding for Beginners
The A* (pronounced A-star) algorithm can be complicated for beginners.
While there are many articles on the web that explain A*, most are
written for people who understand the basics already. This article is
for the true beginner.
AI  algorithm  article  maze  programming  tutorial 
january 2008 by jchris
ONLamp.com -- Using MySQL to Stop Editing Web Pages
Although there's much that can be done with web design, sometimes I find it to be extremely boring. When I'm deep into a Perl project, the last thing I want is to meet with other department managers to discuss changes in the text on the corporate web site
article  cms  database  mysql  perl  tips  webdesign  oreilly  onlamp 
november 2007 by jchris
7 Little Known Ways to Drastically Improve Your Learning at Ririan Project
Whether you’re heading into exams or haven’t seen the inside of a textbook in years, how you learn is going to have a big impact on your life. Unfortunately most people have pretty ineffective strategies for learning. Here are a couple tips for how to
article  blog  cognition  gtd  howto  learning  lifehacks  productivity  tips 
november 2007 by jchris
heise Security - Know-how - Giftspritze
SQL-Injection - Angriff und Abwehr -=- SQL-Injection bezeichnet das Einschleusen von eigenen Befehlen in eine SQL-Datenbank. Überprüft eine Web-Applikation Benutzereingaben nicht ausreichend, ist damit jede Datenbank auf jedem Betriebssystem verwundbar.
article  database  programming  security  sql  sql-injection  heise 
september 2007 by jchris
The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!) - Joel on Software
Ever wonder about that mysterious Content-Type tag? You know, the one you're supposed to put in HTML and you never quite know what it should be? -=- Did you ever get an email from your friends in Bulgaria with the subject line "???? ?????? ??? ????"? -=-
article  charset  coding  encoding  programming  joel-spolsky  unicode  @toread 
september 2007 by jchris
Replace Facebook Using Open Social Tools / Wired How To's
With a little savvy, anyone can create a page that hosts all of the essential stuff one would find on a Facebook profile that can be set up with the same plug-and-play ease. You'll have to store all of your photos, videos, and contacts elsewhere, but at l
article  blogging  howto  web2.0  wired 
august 2007 by jchris
Slap in the Facebook: It's Time for Social Networks to Open Up
Damn the Facebooks and the MySpaces. The last time we checked, there was this thing called the internet that had 6 billion users. It's time to take our personal data out of Mr. McGregor's little gardens and put it back where it belongs -- free and open on
article  @toread  critique  facebook  myspace  social-software  wired 
august 2007 by jchris
ONLamp.com -- The Long View of Identity
Because I care intently about online identity myself, I was excited to attend the Identity Mashup conference at Harvard Law school's Berkman Center, one in a series of identity conferences held there. Coming out of a technology space into this legal space
article  identity  security  onlamp  oreillynet  @toread 
august 2007 by jchris
Qpsmtpd: Configuration and plug-ins
Fighting spam has become harder and harder since spam has become more prolific and spammers find new ways to outsmart existing spam controls. The first part of this three-part series dealt with installing qpsmtpd, a daemon designed by Ask Bjorn Hansen to
article  perl  mta  qpsmtpd  spam 
august 2007 by jchris
Fighting spam with qpsmtpd
Qpsmtpd is a Perl-based smtpd daemon that was developed by Ask Bjørn Hansen. Qpsmtpd is used for spam protection on apache.org, cpan.org and perl.org, and a number of others. It provides all the standard SMTP functionality and is supported by a series o
article  perl  howto  mta  qpsmtpd  spam 
august 2007 by jchris
XML.com: Errors and AJAX
I will demonstrate how to use XMLHttpRequest to not only add previously impossible or infeasible features, but also to reduce errors and improve quality.
article  howto  javascript  perl  XMLHttpRequest 
august 2007 by jchris
Software Secret Weapons: Javascript Refactoring For Safer Faster Better AJAX
For many years JavaScript was treated as a "toy" scripting language for addressing odd web browser quirks. [...] The amount of JavaScript code written by developers is continuously increasing, so is increasing it's impact on the overall quality of web app
ajax  article  javascript  refactoring  programming 
august 2007 by jchris
Software Secret Weapons: AJAX Without XML
If you want to get rid of XML in AJAX just don't to send XML as a response. You can send anything else! Here is an example of AJAX without XML, where server instead of XML sends a body of JavaScript function created by a JSP page. This body is then evalua
article  ajax  javascript  json  web  xml 
august 2007 by jchris
Linux.com :: How to choose the right screenshot program
Because a picture can illustrate a program better than words can, screenshots are a fundamental of development and documentation. GNU/Linux has no shortage of versatile screenshot programs, both on the desktop or command line, but none is perfect for ever
article  ImageMagick  linux  unix  X11 
august 2007 by jchris
Information Architects Japan » iA Notebook » The 100% Easy-2-Read Standard
Most websites are crammed with small text that is a pain to read. Why? – There is no reason for cramming information onto the screen. It’s just a stupid collective mistake that started in a time where screens were really really small. So:
article  css  design  layout  psychology  usability  typography  webdesign 
august 2007 by jchris
Painless Software Schedules - Joel on Software
So why doesn't anybody make a schedule? Two key reasons. One, it's a real pain. Two, nobody believes that it's worth anything. Why go to all the trouble working on a schedule if it's not going to be right? There is a perception that schedules are consiste
2000  article  joel-spolsky  development  howto  productivity  programming  schedule  tips 
august 2007 by jchris
adaptive path » ajax: a new approach to web applications
by Jesse James Garrett [February 18, 2005] -=- If anything about current interaction design can be called “glamorous,” it’s creating Web applications. After all, when was the last time you heard someone rave about the interaction design of a product
ajax  article  classic  definition  essay  javascript  programming  web  XMLHttpRequest 
august 2007 by jchris
State of the Computer Book Market, Part Four - Programming Languages Q1 07
In this fourth post [one, two and three are found here] on the State of the Computer Book Market, I will look at programming languages and drill in a little on each language area.
2007  article  books  oreilly  programming  statistics  via:usenet 
august 2007 by jchris
ACM Queue - Why Writing Your Own Search Engine is Hard: So you have a grand idea; are you ready for the execution?
There must be 4,000 programmers typing away in their basements trying to build the next "world's most scalable" search engine. It has been done only a few times. It has never been done by a big group; always one to four people did the core work, and the b
article  acm  acm-queue  programming  search 
august 2007 by jchris
WDVL: The Perl You Need to Know
Perl - the very thought evokes a heady, adrenaline rush in the hearts of hard-core hackers, and an intimidating sense of anxiety in practically everyone else. The good news is that you don't need to master Perl to make it useful: Perl is simply a hammer,
perl  article  1999  programming  web  webmaster  tutorial 
july 2007 by jchris
WDVL: The Perl You Need to Know, Part 2
In the previous episode of The Perl You Need to Know we surveyed the very basics of this powerful yet sometimes intimidating language. Now that we can crawl, it's time to walk. In this article, we'll complete our look at Perl fundamentals and then jump
cgi  perl  article  tutorial  1999 
july 2007 by jchris
WDVL: The Perl You Need to Know:Part 3 "Maintaining State"
Despite the jargony jingle, maintaining state is a process in which we engage daily in our own lives, from building a ham and turkey triple-decker sandwich to reading a book. In fact, a simple analogy is the humble bookmark. That little card we stick insi
cgi  perl  article  web  webmaster  1999 
july 2007 by jchris
PC World - The Web's Most Useful Sites
Word Processors -=- Chart: Web-Based Spreadsheets Compared -=- Bookmark Managers -=- Password Managers -=- Instant Messaging -=- Chart: Web Mail Services Compared -=- User Review Sites -=- Answer Sites -=- Event Calendars -=- To-Do Lists -=- Chart: Web-B
article  internet  tools  pcworld  web2.0 
july 2007 by jchris
The Web's Most Useful Sites
You have lots of stuff to get done. And these next-generation services can help with everything from wrangling passwords to throwing a party. -=- Ryan Singel - Friday, December 22, 2006
article  lifehacks  pcworld  review  software  web2.0  utility 
july 2007 by jchris
heise open - Hintergrund - Guest Commentary: The converter hoax
Conversion between Microsoft's Office OpenXML (MS-OOXML) and the vendor-independent Open Document Format (ODF) has been proposed by Microsoft and its associates as a solution to the problems caused by Microsoft's efforts to push a format into the market t
article  opinion  critique  ODF  MS-OOXML  OpenXML  xml  heise 
july 2007 by jchris
Virtual Linux
Virtualization means many things to many people. A big focus of virtualization currently is server virtualization, or the hosting of multiple independent operating systems on a single host computer. This article explores the ideas behind virtualization an
article  @toread  developerworks  linux  kvm  xen  virtualization 
july 2007 by jchris
Getting a Computer to Write About Itself by Bill Chamberlain
Bill Chamberlain is co-author with Thomas Etter of RACTER, software that synthesizes prose on microcomputers. The Policeman's Beard Is Half-Constructed is a collection of RACTER's early fiction.
AI  article  people  racter  history 
july 2007 by jchris
Archinect : Features : UbuWeb Vu: Kenneth Goldsmith
Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About UbuWeb An in-depth sit-down interview with UbuWeb founder Kenneth Goldsmith on Archinect tracing the history, breadth, philosophy and scope of UbuWeb.
article  avantgarde  literature  interview  people  writing  ubuweb 
july 2007 by jchris
Adding Randomness to Your Photos
Here are twelve fun in-camera hacks to experiment with to get more abstract and artistic shots - the results are only limited by your imagination!
art  article  howto  photography  photoshop  tips  tricks  @todo 
july 2007 by jchris
Shtetl-Optimized » Blog Archive » Shor, I’ll do it
So, here’s the task I’ve set for myself: to explain Shor’s algorithm without using a single ket sign, or for that matter any math beyond arithmetic.
algorithm  article  quantum 
july 2007 by jchris
heise online - Datenschutz beim Identitätsmanagement
Das von der EU-Kommission geförderte PRIME-Projekt (Privacy and Identity Management in Europe) hat ein neues White Paper veröffentlicht, in dem es seine Vorstellung der Technik und Verfahrensweisen zur Abgabe möglichst wenig privater Daten bei der Nut
identity  privacy  article  heise  newsticker 
july 2007 by jchris
O'Reilly Network -- Five Basic Mistakes Not to Make in DNS
Here are five things you can do to make sure your DNS is in good shape and not causing problems for the rest of the Internet, which, by the way, also includes you.
@toread  2007  article  bind  howto  oreillynet  dns  sysadmin  tips 
june 2007 by jchris
ATPM 11.03 - ATPO: Outlining Task Managers, Part 3
In our previous columns we looked at to-do list managers that use outlining and mentioned a few things about the process. We wrap up the topic this month with a look at the “heavy duty” task managers available. For those new to ATPO, we aren’t doing
2005  article  atpm  osx  outliner  productivity 
april 2007 by jchris
Crossing borders: JavaScript's language features
JavaScript is often ridiculed as the black sheep of programming languages. The development tools, a complicated and inconsistent document object model for HTML pages, and inconsistent implementation in browsers contributes to that sentiment. But JavaScrip
article  javascript  developerworks 
april 2007 by jchris
Crossing borders: Closures
Closures are blocks of code that can be used as arguments to functions
and methods. The programming construct has long been a staple of
languages such as Lisp, Smalltalk, and Haskell. The Java community has
resisted closures so far, even as competing lang
article  closure  haskell  lisp  java  ruby  smalltalk  developerworks 
april 2007 by jchris
Crossing borders: The beauty of Lisp
Lisp has long been recognized as one of the great programming languages. The fanatical following it has inspired throughout its long history -- nearly 50 years -- tells you it's something special. At MIT, Lisp plays a foundational role in the curriculum f
article  lisp  developerworks  java 
april 2007 by jchris
Theory vs. Reality
Reponse from Jeff Friedl inside a perlmonks thread discussing a papers on regex implementations.
article  regex  friedl  perlmonks 
april 2007 by jchris
Home Network Security
This document gives home users an overview of the security risks and countermeasures associated with Internet connectivity, especially in the context of “always-on” or broadband access services (such as cable modems and DSL). However, much of the cont
article  cert  howto  privacy  security 
march 2007 by jchris
What has WYSIWYG done to us? -- choose a version
FOR ELEVEN YEARS I have been an enthusiastic participant and propagandist in the DTP revolution. But now I want to reflect on how we were seduced by WYSIWYG's illusion of control and how we lowered our expectations and typographic standards and became dee
article  typesetting  typography  wysiwyg  seybold 
february 2007 by jchris
From DHTML to DOM scripting - an hands-on example of how to replace outdated JavaScript techniques.
The article takes a normal web development task of creating a dynamic web page with a tabbed interface, a popping-up product shot and a slide show and shows two ways of reaching the same result: (DHTML vs. DOM)
ajax  article  dhtml  DOM  howto  javascript  tutorial  @toread 
january 2007 by jchris
TidBITS: Apple's Dirty Little Secret
Good comments about some old and stupid parts of the Mac's UI
apple  mac  osx  finder  rant  article  tidbits  @goodie 
january 2007 by jchris
Advanced filesystems beyond metacrap | Not a blog
With the Redmond megacorporation doing it, implementing database filesystems is popular these days. Without much success. Metacrap is not the only problem. The lack of human-readable unique identifiers is another potential problem, at least from the point
article  blog  database  design  metadata  filesystem 
december 2006 by jchris
Metacrap: Putting the torch to seven straw-men of the meta-utopia
A world of exhaustive, reliable metadata would be a utopia. It's also a pipe-dream, founded on self-delusion, nerd hubris and hysterically inflated market opportunities. (:via http://modeemi.fi/~tuomov/b//archives/2006/03/01/T17_55_20/)
article  critique  metadata  rant  semantic-web  tagging  @toread 
december 2006 by jchris
TP: Kampf gegen Windmühlen
Das Spamaufkommen hat sich in den letzten Monaten signifikant erhöht. Für November hat das britische Email-Sicherheitsunternehmen MessageLabs eine weltweite Spamquote von 74 Prozent [extern] ermittelt - eine eher konservative Schätzung. Sicherheitsunte
article  spam  heise  telepolis  statistik 
december 2006 by jchris
Anatomy of Postfix | Linux Journal
Developed with security and speed in mind, Postfix has become a popular alternative to Sendmail. The Book of Postfix published by No Starch Press is a complete guide to Postfix whether used by the home user, as a mailrelay or virus scanning gateway, or as
article  book  postfix  mta  @toread 
december 2006 by jchris
Converting Sendmail to Postfix, Part Two: Configuring Postfix > Basic Postfix Configuration
The first article in this series described the advantages of using Postfix over the "Internet standard" mail transport agent—Sendmail. This article covers some basic configuration scenarios.
article  mta  postfix  sendmail 
december 2006 by jchris
Hacking Email: 99 Email Security and Productivity Tips
The 99 tips in this article make up the best in email practices. From how to ethically use the ‘BCC:' to what attachments will make your mobile emailing compatible with everyone else's, this list covers everything you need to know about emailing.
article  culture  via:43folders  email  howto  netiquette  productivity  tips 
december 2006 by jchris
Vertical Garden: The art of organic architecture
Patrick Blanc overgrows the vertical surfaces of buildings in the most beautiful way. What he creates is far away from any fancy horticultural show, his Vertical Garden could rather be called eco-art, or greener architecture consisting of a variety of pla
article  architecture  art  cool  design  ecology  environment  garden 
december 2006 by jchris
Coding Horror: Discussions: Flat or Threaded?
Clay Shirky's classic articles on social software should be required reading for all software developers working on web applications. As near as I can tell, that's pretty much every developer these days. -=- But I somehow missed Joel Spolsky's related 200
article  design  m:forum  joel-spolsky  usability  usenet  @toread 
december 2006 by jchris
Single Packet Authorization with Fwknop
One year ago in the December, 2004 issue of USENIX ;login: Magazine, I described a technique for combining passive OS fingerprinting with a method of authorization called Port Knocking in the article entitled "Combining Port Knocking and Passive OS Finger
article  networking  security  usenix  sysadmin 
december 2006 by jchris
Digital Freedoms - an essay on DVDs and freedom in this age
This essay started out as an email to a friend who is considering buying a DVD player. Like most average consumers, he knows that DVD is great to watch, and it's got really good sound. Unfortunately most average consumers are not aware that DVD hardware i
article  essay  knowhow  dvd 
december 2006 by jchris
[IP] On the implausibility of the explosives plot.
So, I'm doing a bunch of reading, and I find the claimed method the
"highly sophisticated" attackers came up with for bringing down
airliners kind of implausible. I wonder if it could ever work in
article  chemistry  science  security  terrorism  interesting-people  politik 
november 2006 by jchris
Vitamin Features » Serving JavaScript Fast
With our so-called "Web 2.0" applications and their rich content and interaction, we expect our applications to increasingly make use of CSS and JavaScript. To make sure these applications are nice and snappy to use, we need to optimize the size and natur
article  ajax  css  javascript  optimization  mod_gzip  mod_rewrite  web2.0  webmaster 
november 2006 by jchris
Navigating Open Source Licensing [Legal Issues]
The decision to choose an open source license can mean different things to different people. Those considering the issue from an end-user perspective may feel that the decision is irrelevant: the equivalent of a commercial click-wrap license that generall
article  opensource  sitepoint 
november 2006 by jchris
Hack Attack: Set up and host a blog on your home computer - Lifehacker
Weblogs, as most people know them, are web sites made of individual entries of various length, by any number of authors, organized in reverse chronological order. Of course, you know what a blog is - you read Lifehacker, and if you don't already have a bl
article  blogging  diy  howto  lifehacks  wordpress  @toread 
november 2006 by jchris
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