How Secure Is My Password?. Useful! (417 years to crack mine, BTW )
You just know it would look like this:
So here’s the setup:
I’ve got this lovely PHP/MySQL site that I’ve been working on. It was originally designed to only support one client, but management decided to change it to support multiple clients. OK, so it’s no (HUGE) deal.
Unless, that is, you forget that you use $client to pull in information about the current instance of the site, and try to use $client again on the page where one adds or edits new client instances.
From Philly nerd collective Hive76, USB Typewriters’re old-school manual key-bangers outfitted with fancy boards and chips to create a PC/Mac-compatible keyboard with an old-school feel/sound that’ll make everyone in the coffee shop totally envy you threaten to tear it to pieces if you don’t leave said coffee shop.
Honestly, I can’t say that I’ll miss it.
Study: E-books take longer to read than print – CNN.com. Do you have an e-reader? What’s your experience?
If you use DropBox (which I do), Wuala seems pretty redundant; but if you really need secure encryption of the files you choose to push out to the Internet, it’s well worth taking a look at. I think the idea of ‘trading’ your hard drive space for additional ‘cloud’ space is pretty interesting, too.
Do you use Wuala or Dropbox, or similar services from other companies? What do you think about them?
Quark fires up an anti-Adobe plan | 9 to 5 Mac. I’ve been an Adobe product user for years and never quite got the hang of Quark’s way of doing DTP, but I’m glad to see someone else challenging Adobe—especially when it comes to Flash!