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Browser Statistics for This Site - Linux and Mac Left Behind by Windows even for Geeks posted on 13 May 2009 14:28

It is interesting to see who is using what to see this site. It tells a lot things about people clicking this site although not the global population. Let's see. Not a serious analysis. Just geek bla bla. (read more…)

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I go Rails but my friend goes Scala! Here is why... posted on 13 May 2009 09:59

Read his first hand experience: Scala for Java programmers (read more…)

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USB stick for more (K)Ubuntu performance posted on 12 May 2009 22:27

USB stick works 2 times faster than hard disk. Using USB sticks, you can increase the performance of your Ubuntu. Or you can make your own environment portable. Nowadays, everybody can buy a few 16G USB sticks. (read more…)

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Rails101 Tutorial Ruby on Rails with Relations posted on 11 May 2009 21:39

Here comes to tutorial to enable you to create rapid Ruby on Rails applications with relations and validations. This article is in introduction Rails101. (read more…)

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Acts as Markup posted on 11 May 2009 15:13

No more plain text! "acts_as_markup" allows you to specify columns of an ActiveRecord model that contain Markdown, Textile, Wiki text and RDoc. You may then use to_s to get the original markup text or to_html to get the formated HTML. (read more…)

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Open Source Web Office posted on 10 May 2009 17:13

It is a complete online solution focused on improving productivity, collaboration, communication and management of your teams. (read more…)

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What Killed Smalltalk Could Kill Ruby, Too posted on 09 May 2009 16:46

Watch at (read more…)

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Rails101 Getting Started with RAD Ruby on Rails posted on 09 May 2009 00:06


You might be just starting to learn Ruby on Rails fresh. You might be looking for a way of RAD development on Rails. Here is the Ruby on Rails tutorial. This article is in [[Rails101]. (read more…)

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Links to click posted on 07 May 2009 01:40

Those are the links, I just recall without thinking… (read more…)

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The top 5 ways to embed Google Earth content on your site posted on 05 May 2009 20:44

"Now that the Google Earth plugin works in Firefox 3 (Windows-only still…), we thought we’d run through some of the best ways to embed Google Earth content on your site." read more at DigitalEarthBlog... (read more…)

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Finding free pictures posted on 01 May 2009 09:59

With, just easy to find icons to show around your web pages. (read more…)

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Google APIs posted on 30 Apr 2009 02:23

I think I need not have js files on my own server :)

Google's AJAX APIs let you implement rich, dynamic web sites entirely in JavaScript and HTML. You can add a map to your site, a dynamic search box, or download feeds with just a few lines of JavaScript. (read more…)

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Me thinks posted on 29 Apr 2009 21:43

  • Exercise People - Rails will be reimplemented using CS Active Scaffold. First it will be a demo that you finish and deploy a whole app in 8 minutes. Second, it will become a Rails tutorial.
  • Making pages of CS Active Scaffold applications compatible with wikidot would be cool. So that same style sheets could be used on both wikidot and rails applications. (read more…)

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Ruby and Google Earth posted on 27 Apr 2009 21:42

Using nice 3D Google Earth on dynamically generated data? I asked this question and found this:

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Keep Firefox Fast posted on 27 Apr 2009 15:26

Firefox slows down in time. If you are using Linux then executing the line below monthly keeps it fresh and fast: (read more…)

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Spam-Safe EMail Link posted on 26 Apr 2009 16:32

Visit to generate a safe email link for your web site. (read more…)

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Make IRB your usual shell posted on 26 Apr 2009 15:45

Ruby is a very powerful language. Much more powerful and readable than bash, of course. Things that seem impossible become trivial with Ruby. (read more…)

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gem update --system is disabled on Debian posted on 26 Apr 2009 15:03

You are developing Ruby on Rails and you use Ubuntu Intrepid. (read more…)

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Domain Names posted on 22 Apr 2009 22:22

So far I am satisfied with the services of NetFirms to have a cheap domain name. (read more…)

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