Writing useful change logs for your application

It takes a while for people to adapt to change and many resist to change due to the adaptation and complexity in integrating these changes may bring to our workflow, ClojureWerkz team posted three questions you should ask when writing a change log: A useful project change log answers three questions: Whether it is critical […]

Almost 3 Million users affected by the latest hack to Adobe.

Today Adobe released a bulletin stating that 2.9 million Adobe customer’s data has been stolen from their systems: Our investigation currently indicates that the attackers accessed Adobe customer IDs and encrypted passwords on our systems. We also believe the attackers removed from our systems certain information relating to 2.9 million Adobe customers, including customer names, encrypted […]

SXSW by the numbers

SXSW by the Numbers 1. Age Only 1% of SXSW attendees are under 21; 49% are between 21 and 34; 48% are between 35 and 54; and 4% are above 55 years old. 2. Gender Forty-one percent of SXSW attendees are women; 59% are men. 3. Relationship Status Most of the people at SXSW are […]

Spotify Terms of Service and Facebook

I opened Spotify this morning and I was greeted with an updated Terms of Service document, I don’t have time to go through the whole document this time but I was interested to see if they had made any modifications to their document when you connect your Facebook account and it seems like they are […]

How my iPhone made me miss my first flight of the year

It was 2:00 AM on a brand new and sparkling year, 2011 to be exact. I was aware that I had to wake up at 3:30 am to get ready and head out to the airport by 4:00 AM, this would give me plenty of time at the airport to check-in and to make it […]

How to use Read More in Custom Type pages

The same rule applies for Custom Types as regular pages: [php]< ?php global $more; $more = 0; ?> //The code must be inserted ahead of the call to the content < ?php the_content('Continue Reading'); ?>[/php] From the WordPress docs: Please remember that the “Read More” tag is used only on the Home page which shows […]

Optimizing SWF files with Flex Optimizer

I found a reference to optimizing SWC files with Flex Optimizer and I figured I would run some tests through SWF files and see what effects it had in it. To my surprise the Optimizer tool did optimize the SWF files but just by a few bytes: Test 1: …_concept1_v1_alt.swf (56569 bytes) …_concept1_v1_alt_optimized.swf (56456 bytes) […]

Some things I didn’t know about TextMate and ActionScript 3

I have been using TextMate for a couple years now and I am used to write almost everything by hand. Since AS3 I have been using the AS3 Bundle and mainly it has been to highlight my code and create new documents from the Templates. But I noticed that there are a couple features that […]

YouTube Will Be Next To Kiss IE6 Support Goodbye

Accordingly to TechCrunch YouTube will stop surpport for IE6. “Judging by this screenshot taken by an IE6 user who was watching some videos on YouTube, it appears the Google company will be phasing out support for the browser shortly. I don’t have Internet Explorer 6 installed on my computer, so I can’t verify this first […]

WordPress VS Drupal User Management

Having the ability to create different users and give each a different role is one of the most important things within a CMS, you need to be able to control all aspects of the site (super users) and also give other users the ability to control display or content within the site without breaking it. […]