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Subscribe to comments directly from FeedDemon - nice!
Isn't that cool! A way to directly subscribe to the comments to a specific post directly from the RSS reader (FeedDemon in my case). Sweet! I took a look at the RSS feed source and it is due to the use of the Comment API ...
12-Jun-2006
16:51:26
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Domino SuperSearch
In the June issue of the LotusUserGroup.org Developer Tips Newsletter Duffbert writes about the Domino SuperSearch over at martinscott.com. Although a nice application what if the we had an application like that which also searched through all the blogs ...
07-Jun-2006
11:57:44
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Send kill to a processes for an user on Linux
Got to start remembering this one - notice use of "inverted pings" for indirection from the ps command to the kill command... kill -9 `ps -u username`
06-Jun-2006
11:40:32
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Apply XSLT style sheet to an XML document for browser friendly display
Do you have an agent or similar that returns XML to the browser? If so you really should provide an easy to read format of the XML document - this post will show you how.
03-Jun-2006
10:07:07
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Additional links for XML entity references
Just thought I would share a couple of links on XML entity references: developerWorks - Tip: Simplify with entity references ENTITY declaration Entities and XSLT
30-May-2006
10:33:52
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Don't plan!!
Received a nice quote by John Preston of Boston University from my big brother: "The nicest thing about not planning is that failure comes as a complete surprise and not preceded by a period of worry and depression."
23-May-2006
09:50:51
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Critical RealVNC vulnerability discovered
If you are running RealVNC for remote access you should make sure to upgrade the server software due to a recently discovered critical vulnerability. This is especially true if the VNC machine is available on the standard port and without VPN ...
21-May-2006
13:50:15
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Show 'n Tell Thursday: SSH tunneling - a must have tool for any travelling consultant (18 May 2006)
The post for this weeks Show 'n Tell Thursday is about how a travelling consultant can access their the Domino and/or Sametime server at the office while at a customer location with outbound firewall restrictions. Technorati tags: Show-n-tell Thursday, ...
18-May-2006
15:32:29
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Cool new abbreviation/acronym
WAB = Work Avoidance Behavior :-)
15-May-2006
15:40:31
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Microsoft RSS feeds
Microsoft has gathered all their RSS feeds on a single page. Via Robert Scoble.
09-May-2006
20:04:44
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Is the LotusUserGroup.org server improperly configured?
I was quite surprised to receive this e-mail in my inbox today... I'm not amused! How can a person, and a bad speller at that, get at the mailing list for the newsletter?
09-May-2006
18:43:09
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Parle vous Domino?
I find it refreshing when someone chooses to blog in their native language when it isn't English. I recently became aware of Julien Bottemanne who is blogging in French. Another example of "native blogging" is Thomas Adrian who is blogging in Swedish. ...
02-May-2006
09:25:37
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Introduction to regular expressions in ten steps
If you have been following my blog for a while you know I'm a big fan of regular expressions. Previously I also showed you how to use Regular Expressions from LotusScript using the Microsoft VBScript component. What have been missing however was a simple ...
01-May-2006
09:48:25
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Optical keyboard? (includes pictures)
How cool is this? At a client site today I saw an "optical" keyboard projected from a Bluetooth device onto the desk. Nice - although very geeky!! :-)
01-May-2006
08:52:09
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Taking the plunge - going all MP3s
I finally got so tired of changing CDs that I took the plunge and ordered a Squeezebox 3 from Slim Devices so I'm ripping most of my CDs to MP3 and tagging them with ID3 tags. In that connection I needed an ID3 editor and found a nice free one called ...
30-Apr-2006
21:20:55
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Comment SPAM
Aaaarrrhhhhhh!!! I'm once again being flooded with comment SPAM - what's in it for these guys? The good thing is that most SPAM is being caught by my blogging software but for some reason some of the comments are subverting the comment approval setup ...
28-Apr-2006
07:26:34
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Joel on Software: The Development Abstraction Layer
As always the posts by Joel Spolsky are insightful, funny and with an edge that makes you keep reading. The newest post (The Development Abstraction Layer) is about why programmers can't run a business by themselves, but what it takes to make them think ...
11-Apr-2006
20:12:41
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Possibility to complain about a blog post - interesting twist in "corporate blogging"
The BBC Blog Network has an interesting twist on blog comments that might be applicable in corporate blogging.
10-Apr-2006
11:46:52
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That's one wierd programming contest
The Underhanded C Contest started yesterday. The objective of this wierd programming contest is as follows (my highlighting): "We hereby announce our second annual contest to write innocent-looking C code implementing malicious behavior. In many ways ...
05-Apr-2006
16:01:24
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The Good In Email
Via Slashdot I found a blog post called The Good In Email (or Why Email Is Still The Most Adopted Collaboration Tool). The post discusses why e-mail, dispite all the shortcomings, still is preferred collaboration platform. Worth a read - if nothing ...
04-Apr-2006
14:50:08

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