SCons: A software construction tool

Found on the LightHTTP blog SCons: A software construction tool What is SCons? SCons is an Open Source software construction tool — that is, a next-generation build tool. Think of SCons as an improved, cross-platform substitute for the classic Make utility with integrated functionality similar to autoconf/automake and compiler caches such as ccache. In short, […]

Scriptaculous Lists with PHP

Cool stuff… 🙂 Scriptaculous Lists with PHP Scriptaculous Lists with PHP by Greg Neustaetter Scriptaculous Sortables Scriptaculous is one of many great new JavaScript libraries created to answer the call for well written ‘Web 2.0’ JavaScript libraries. Written by Thomas Fuchs, scriptaculous has many features that can be used in AJAX-ified applications, drag-and-drop effects, and […]

MilkandCookies – Redefined: A Cappella Nintendo Medley

Man, I’m a total sucker for Super Mario performed live. This is a pretty fun medley of video game sound tracks + great skit acting. Yay! (Thanks, Kevin!) MilkandCookies – Redefined: A Cappella Nintendo Medley Redefined: A Cappella Nintendo Medley Redefined, an a cappella group from the University of Wisconsin – Madison, sing and act […]

Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

This is a gigantically useful javascript library that does exactly what it says: allows you to keep your HTML code clean and use CSS selectors to attach Javascript behaviors. Behaviour : Using CSS selectors to apply Javascript behaviours

The Wisdom Compendium

Another neat site by my buddy Shanti. Check it out! Update: you’ll have to wait until Shanti get’s the site fully going. Update 2: go get’m. The Wisdom Compendium Welcome to the Wisdom Compendium September 22nd, 2005 The Wisdom Compendium is a collection of interviews, advice, and, well, hopefully much wisdom that’s being compiled by […]

Sure sign that the apocolypse is near: Slashdot goes to clean HTML 4.01 + CSS

So, wow. Slashdot is now HTML 4.01 + CSS. WOW GUYS. Great timing. I’m not sure why they didn’t go straight to XHTML 1.0 transitional, since that’s really today’s standard, even if they’re not concerned about 100% validation (neither am I, for that matter, you have to be reasonable sometimes 🙂 ). Anyways, definitely nice […]

Benchmarking: Apache Flood

Could come in handy… 🙂 Flood – Flood Flood is a profile-driven HTTP load tester. It can be used to gather important performance metrics for your website.


Just testing Feeds on Feeds.

Why I don’t check my Yahoo Mail account too much any more :)

Better javascript debugging through logging

Here’s a more advanced method of doing javascript logging than the javascript debugging technique I suggested before. Check it out! 🙂 This article will introduce fvlogger (available for download here), a library that brings simple logging functionality to JavaScript and the browser. Logging in JavaScript with fvlogger Whereas logging packages in the languages listed above […]