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Things that have never been said on the Internet

- I never have anything to complain about. – That girl really could use some more clothes. – YouTube comments always give good insight on the movie in subject and other related and unrelated topics. – When I disagree with … Read more

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I have a secret blog

I have a secret blog. There I write everything I dare not say on behalf of myself. It’s an outlet for my emotions and feelings, both dark and light. Let me tell you this: I encourage everyone to have a … Read more

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Apple location services you think you need enabled but you don’t

So you don’t fancy the fact that Apple knows where you are at all times? Then you’ve probably browsed through the “Location Services” items in the Settings menu and you’ve also looked through the cunningly named “System Services” section. With … Read more

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Google phasing out iGoogle and screwing up

So iGoogle is being phased out (service stops at the 1st of November 2013) and of course with my luck I’m being quite “dependant” on it. It’s not an essential service but it’s mighty handy to keep me updated on … Read more

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My take on a WordPress plugin: Redirection

Just stumbled upon the WordPress Redirection plugin at work and as usual I’m going to give a very brief and incomplete summary of my experience with it. The interface is lovely but I’m not here to chitchat so I’ll go … Read more

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Adobe Dreamweaver CS6, not yet good enough

I hate with a passion the bad markup Adobe has contributed with by making [some high number] of users create websites using Dreamweaver (yes people are using in company settings, even on corporate sites). I decided to try Adobe Dreamweaver … Read more

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Open-source driven by egoism? Reflections after reading Linus Torvald interview

Linux creator Linus Torvalds claims the open-source boom is highly driven by egoism and the desire to “put your own trademark” into things (code). Unfortunately I can’t find the article with the Torvalds interview at the moment. I’ve been thinking … Read more

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Battle.net SMS authenticator

Just realized Battle.net has a SMS authenticator option. Added that badass pronto. We love 2-way authentications.

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Virtual hosts on XAMPP

If you ever wanted to develop websites with a root path, such as http://mywebsite, contrary to subdirectory websites like http://localhost/mywebsite, virtual hosts is the way to go. Figure out how to do it on ailoo.net. Another possitive side effect is … Read more

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China wins world cup 2011

At about midnight in the Bangkok convention center china seals the deal against northern Ireland by a scoreline of 4-2. Been a long day of snooker for me; watched the semifinals, wales – china and northern ireland – hong kong. … Read more

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