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Monthly Archives: October 2008
1) Use Firefox.
2) Install Greasemonkey by clicking With a name like Greasemonkey…
3) Install The Snizzlator by clicking I’m not sure about this whole snizzlator thing.
4) Go to your favorite site.
5) Behold the power of random.
This thing has preferences too. Just right-click the monkey’s face:
1) Use Firefox, G. All the otha’ brotha’s wanna be me, see?
2) Install Greasemonkey by clickin’ Wit a name like Greasemonkey…
3) Install Tha Snizzlata’ by clickin’ I’m not sho’ about dis whole snizzlata’ thang.
4) Go to yo’ favorite site.
5) Behold tha powa’ of rizznandom.
Dis thang have preferences too. Jus’ right-clizzle tha monkey’s grill:
The funny t-shirt design craze has hit my world. Here are some shirt designs of mine (with collaboration, in some instances, with friends from work). Some are more lame than others. You’ll be better off after this. You should probably look at them all twice.
I coined this phrase a while back, but it is high time that it gets documented somewhere so that when the money starts rolling in, I get my cut.
SHED security is the term used for a common type of weak security in an application. You get it – shed vs. some other type of secure structure. But SHED is an acronym for Show/Hide Enable/Disable. So this method of security is only about the UI. Hide/Disable a field, and the user can’t edit that property on the object. BAM! Secure!
I just wanted to write an entry to talk to everyone and acknowledge how cool my blog is. This post, especially, illustrates my point beautifully.