Aggregate multiple feeds, order by date, with PHP

by oneafrikan on November 30, 2005

Has anyone had any experience / done any experimenting aggregatng mutiple feeds and ordering them by date, using php and without using a database? I’m playing with MagpieRSS atm, and it’s an awesome tool that does a really good job, (…)

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Managing overwhelm Haiku attempt

by oneafrikan on November 29, 2005

My Inbox is overflowing with too much to reply so it must wait

The Windows Idiot Tax

by oneafrikan on November 23, 2005

_ Open Resource | InfoWorld | The Windows Idiot Tax | November 22, 2005 10:14 PM | By Dave Rosenberg The Windows Idiot Tax: For those who still believe that running Windows instead of Linux is cheaper or more cost (…)

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Check out DropSend!

by oneafrikan on November 23, 2005

I’ve been watching in anticipation as Ryan Carson has been getting DropSend ready to go live. It’s been a long and interesting road for Ryan, not without it’s challenges, so to finally be able to talk about it is exciting (…)

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Keeping the IBM T42P clean as the day you bought it

by oneafrikan on November 22, 2005

I’m wondering whether anyone out there has a nifty solution for keeping the keys and the spacebar of the IBM T42P laptop squeeky clean? I think that I clean my hands at least 3 times a day, and rub my (…)

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Microsoft .Net developer roles in Cape Town

by oneafrikan on November 22, 2005

Open Box Software are looking for *very* good Microsoft .Net developers that want to work in Cape Town. Specifically they’re looking for ASP.Net and windows forms development, using C# and VB.Net and obviously using Ms SQL server. If that sounds (…)

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Know any _good_ freelance (or permalance) developers in London?

by oneafrikan on November 18, 2005

Hi there Quick question: Can you recommend any dependable developers based in London or willing to travel to London (West End) looking for freelance / permalance work, that have the following skills: XHTML/CSS with intermediate JS; PHP/MySQL/Apache on Linux and/or (…)

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