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687 - Presentation, Business and Persistence layers in Perl and PHP
I've been writing about the Presentation, Business and Persistence tiers (and within each of them the MVC or Model, View, Controller or MVC structure) for a JBoss presentation I'm doing this week - but I scarcely expected to find myself putting them to good if unusual use this evening when sorting o ....

686 - Name Services - telling your LDAP from your DNS
If you're just logging in to a single computer then it's sensible to have your user account and password defined on that computer - but what if you're a bit of a bigger organisation and you may need to have the same login at several places? Sun's NIS (Network Information Service) solved this iss ....

685 - A couple of days away
No "Horse's Mouth" yesterday nor this morning - Lisa and I have been up to visit a potential supplier of everything from bollard lights to tables chairs and reception desks for Well House Manor; delighted with what we saw and more posts to follow on the subject, no doubt. On the way, though, we to ....

684 - Staying in the country
Spring is here at last - and early morning is a great time to look at the countryside. On Wednesday morning, I woke to the sound of the dawn chorus - just the birds, no traffic, And these are the scenes from the window at Chris and Delene's house just a few miles from the city of Bristol. It's som ....

683 - Supporting users on Linux and Unix
Q: If you're the administrator on a Linux or Unix system and you want to help a user look after some of the files and directories, or run applications, under their own account, what's the best login to use? A: You should be logged in as if you were the user him/herself Q: Why? A: Because you want ....

682 - Iran has enriched uranium ...
Iran has enriched uranium ... and the USA in the shape of George Bush is very upset about it. Isn't there a degree of hypocrisy there? ....

681 - Mirroring a dynamic site
We're delighted to welcome crawlers such as Yahoo, Inktomi, Google and MSN spiders through our web site to index content - it's in our mutual interest. Those crawlers are all well written to analyse the pages that they collect, note patterns, and tailor their activities to make the best use of a dyn ....

680 - Letter Boxes
Spring is in the air, the days are getting longer and there are some great photos around! On Sunday afternoon, down in Bath, I was snapping away and I've added a few more local area pages to the Wiki - see the Royal Crescent and Farleigh Hungerford Castle for example. Some scenes just don't fit i ....

679 - More or less on the edge of the page
Have you noticed that whenever you're travelling somewhere new, it's always on the edge of two maps sheets and you have to keep cross-referencing? The Linux, Unix and OS X utilities more and less are used to view a file one page (sheet) at a time, and pressing the space bar takes you a page forward ....

678 - Why are maps rarely to scale?
Few maps are ever drawn, truly, to scale - if they were, then features such as roads and railways would be hairline-thin and the may would be of little use to anyone! Image produced from the Ordnance Survey Get-a-map service. Image reproduced with kind permission of Ordnance Survey and Ordnance Sur ....

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