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1772 - Ken Palm, iTime, and Domain Name Tasting
Have you come across "domain name tasting" - try before you buy from ICANN. It is the practice of registering a domain name (and placing pay-per-click ads on it for a few days) to gauge whether the ads will make more than the annual cost of the domain. Read more about it here (link opens in separat ....

1771 - More HowTo diagrams - MySQL, Tomcat and Java
Here are some more diagrams "off the wall" from last week - showing "howto" and "whatis" information for Tomcat, Java and MySQL Some Tomcat and Java Fundamentals On the right of the board ... the main java programs ... • the Java compiler is called javac • the Java Virtual machins is in ....

1770 - 3 hours from Milton Keynes
I finished training at the end of Friday in Milton Keynes ... with a 2 to 3 hour drive home through the traffic travelling to start the Bank Holiday. Why rush it? I kept off the motorways, and stopped on the way to take a picture or two. Here are some of the images from the beside road from Milto ....

1769 - July child ponders on August children
It's the "result season" when each year we hear about the successes of our 18 year olds at A levels, and 16 year olds at GCSEs, with an inevitable (it seems) rise in pass rates and a cry of "they're getting too easy". I'm not going to jump into that particular controversy, but I will congratulate ....

1768 - What is built in to this httpd and PHP?
If you build your own tailored Apache httpd and PHP, you should take a full backup when you're done, and also fully document which options you selected and modules you included in the build. You SHOULD do so, of course ... but it's something that you can overlook all too easily. If you find yourse ....

1767 - mod_proxy and mod_proxy_ajp - httpd
Under Apache httpd version 2.2, mod_proxy_ajp provides a neat way for you to forward requests to an appropriately configured Apache Tomcat server using the more terse ajp protocol rather than the verbose http. Here are some sample configuration lines from httpd.conf, forwarding requests under the ....

1766 - Diagrams to show you how - Tomcat, Java, PHP
I like to work with a flipchart occasionally, and I have been doing so quite a bit this week, which is a week that I'm giving a wide ranging web server deployment course under Linux, covering both LAMP / PHP technologies, and Tomcat / Java too. Why do I like using a flipchart? Because it encourag ....

1765 - Dialects of English and Unix
English is spoken as a first language by over 300 million people, and by about five times that number if you include people who can speak it as a second or third language. But that doesn't mean that word and wording is going to be the same within different variants, let alone the subtleties and dr ....

1764 - Yank and Push - copy and move in vi
If you want to copy a number of lines, Yank them into your paste buffer, move the cursor to where you want the copy, and Push the duplicate copy. Example .... 10Y (yank 10 lines - the current followed by the next 9) move cursor P (push those lines into their new position) Alternatives / variants ....

1763 - Co-operating to save, yet we dont
The human race can be its own worst enemy in terms of waste and efficiency. What point in spending money when there's an excellent alternative that should be available for free? Ah - the point might be simply that you don't have to co-operate with other human beings in a way outside the norm if yo ....

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