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Apr 26th 2007 11:48PM Yep, that's the Macdonald bridge in Halifax.. shot from Barrington Street near the Navy base. I live in the South End.
Mar 19th 2007 10:28PM Priceless.
Feb 27th 2007 12:11PM I recently started rockin' the faux-hawk myself. It's got an odd sort of generational twinge to it; Those under 40 make no mention of it, and those over 40 stare as if my hair stylist used me as a test subject. I think that underscores the "trend in the making" statements above. A shot..http://grantrobertson.com/about/ Ultra skinny jeans though? Really? Did we learn nothing from the 1980's?
Feb 20th 2007 4:57PM Pipes is quite a bit of fun. My main goal writing this tutorial was to give a foundation from which to jump off when writing more in depth examples of how to use Pipes. We'll be doing more cool stuff with Yahoo!'s new baby, soon!
Feb 20th 2007 2:07PM Similar idea but, Pipes is way more flexible that that AIM buddy notifications system.
Feb 14th 2007 12:38AM Dave Goldberg has been anti-DRM for quite some time. In fact, simply sticking "dave goldberg drm" in google nets you this page as the first result.. http://ymusicblog.com/blog/2006/02/25/dave-goldberg-to-record-labels-no-drm-please/
Feb 7th 2007 5:19PM Same goes for every single song or item that is available from eMusic.. You'd be amazed how many artists/labels don't require DRM and, I don't think a single one of them would tell you that they've been hurt more by piracy than any major label artist.
Feb 6th 2007 5:51PM Trust me, it's a pile of bull. I've been covering digital music related topics for quite some time, the evidence against AllofMp3 is overwhelming and the points in AllofMp3's favor are only touted by AllofMp3. I'm all for innovative ways to kill DRM but, AllofMp3 is clearly operating outside the law.
Feb 6th 2007 1:55PM "You can run PHP, Perl, etc on IIS... you can't on Apache..."You can't possibly believe this. And really, .Net? I guess you've not seen this.. http://www.mono-project.com/ASP.NET#ASP.NET_hosting_with_Apache
Feb 3rd 2007 11:39AM You're wrong.. Installing Ubuntu and then Automatix is everything you need to have video codecs, openoffice, gimp, etc.. It's actually really easy. As far as all that command line tinkering you speak of, I don't buy it. Maybe 5 years ago, sure.. I've been using linux since 1994 and, I certainly remember frustrating package management and compiling crap from scratch but, I've not done any of that in a long time.
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