links for 2008-04-25

by oneafrikan on April 25, 2008

Creating the debian-sys-maint MySQL account on a Debian or Ubuntu system | high-tech sorcery (tags: debian mysql sysadmin ubuntu linux debian-sys-maint)

Checkout the debt post “Buy now, pay more later” from Peter

by oneafrikan on April 25, 2008

As usual, Peter put’s it into perspective… _ Buy now, pay more later So this week I’m going to have a look at what has been going on in America. I think the decade of 1999 to 2008 is going (…)

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Koekemoer unpacks

by oneafrikan on April 24, 2008

If you’ve been following Vernon Koekemoer, then you’ll love this ;-) _ Koekemoer unpacks | GoTravel24.com Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them. Nothing could be closer to the truth with Vernon Koekemoer (…)

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links for 2008-04-23

by oneafrikan on April 23, 2008

N7377 Men’s Lucchese 1883 Mad Dog Goat Chocolate 7/4 (tags: lucchese boots 1883) Daytona Motorsport : Venues : Sandown Park (tags: karting london birthday) doesn’t show pictures in the software Evolution Mail – Ubuntu Forums (tags: ubuntu linux evolution) Surbiton (…)

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Carsonified, which runs Silicon Valley-style UK events, attacks a UK startup trip to… Silicon Valley

by oneafrikan on April 23, 2008

A nice little debate raging about the web mission to the Valley… _ TechCrunch UK » Blog Archive » Carsonified, which runs Silicon Valley-style UK events, attacks a UK startup trip to… Silicon Valley It’s just morning here in SF (…)

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Training using your heart rate as a guide

by oneafrikan on April 23, 2008

Last year my brother bought me a Polar heart rate monitor for my birthday, and it’s the one thing that changed the way I trained and which had a positive effect on my training. I started off using the manual (…)

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The London Startup Scene

by oneafrikan on April 23, 2008

Good article from Sarah Lacy on UK startups… Web Startups: The London Scene London has never been considered a center of entrepreneurship. As TechCrunch UK editor Mike Butcher notes, Europeans are encumbered with the well-worn caricature that they’re too lazy (…)

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