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On Virtualization and The Cloud: The Most Ridiculous Article I've Read in a Very Long Time

By Caitlyn Martin
June 8, 2011

In a piece published this morning called Don't Throw Away Your Physical Servers Just Yet, the author, Ken Hess, wrote a piece that ridicules and derides anyone who doesn't virtualize literally all, as in every last one, of their servers. No, I'm not exaggerating.

Four short links: 11 February 2012

By Nat Torkington
February 11, 2011

Phantom of the Flopera (YouTube) -- Bach's Tocata and Fugue in D Minor (BWV 565) as performed by floppy drives. Creative intimacy with one's tools is a sign of mastery. (via Andy Baio) Save Entire BBC Archive (Ben Goldacre) -- I pointed earlier to the questionable BBC closure of scores of websites in the name of cost-cutting. It's a...

What is jQuery?

By Matthew David
October 11, 2010

How do you explain jQuery? You may be new to JavaScript libraries or your boss wants to know why you should use jQuery over some other tool. The focus of this blog is to step back and explain at a very high level what jQuery is and why its so popular.

Top Drupal Gotchas, #2: White Screen / Not Enough PHP Memory

By Spencer Critchley
November 22, 2009

Continuing my effort to spare newcomers to Drupal from falling into this powerful content management system's most common traps, this time I look at a frequent cause of white screens - the sudden and scary devolution of a previously healthy...

Craig Newmark Interview: A Brief History of Craigslist

By Timothy M. O'Brien
December 13, 2008

A brief conversation with Craig Newmark from this year's Personal Democracy Forum 2008. In this interview Craig talks about the founding of Craiglist, how he came to found one of the most popular sites on the web. Craig also discusses his work with the Obama team and some of the important customer service issues facing Craigslist.

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