Monthly Archives: December 2007

Perl module – Net::SenderBase

Net::SenderBase::Results – Results of a senderbase query – search.cpan.org This module is a read-only results object, giving you access to the results of a senderbase query. The only way to construct one of these objects is from a query. Senderbase.org … Continue reading

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What a NERDLINGER

Christmas Special: Interview with Athene General Information – Athene is a paladin on Emeriss, but not just any paladin. His 5v5 team has dominated the realm for quite some time now being number one in the arena ladders. This is … Continue reading

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PicardTagger – MusicBrainz

Picard is the next generation MusicBrainz tagging application. This new tagging concept is album oriented, as opposed to track/file oriented like the ClassicTagger was. Picard is written in Python, which is a cross-platform language, and makes use of cross-platform libraries … Continue reading

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UnF**k Facebook – Userscripts.org

UnF**k Facebook – Userscripts.org A total redesign of Facebook that gets rid of apps and ads that no user would ever want to see Uses Firefox & Greasemonkey. Seems to work!

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Compiz / Desktop Effects on Fedora Core 8 with an Nvidia 8800GT

Firstly ensure you install NVIDIA Linux 169.04 drivers or later. Then here is my xorg.conf UPDATE: And if you have any problems getting into X after doing some updates, run the NVIDIA driver installer again (ctrl-F1 to a virtual console).

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extendedPDF: how do you create colour PDFs?

Anyone know how to get extendedPDF to produce colour PDFs?

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How Many Five Year Olds Could You Take in a Fight?

How Many Five Year Olds Could You Take in a Fight? 25

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vitetris: Tetris for Linux Terminals

vitetris: Tetris for Linux Terminals vitetris is a terminal-based Tetris clone by Victor Nilsson. It should work on any Linux/BSD system or similar with normal terminal emulators VT100-compatible.

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Movable Type goes Open Source

Movable Type Blogging Software goes Open Source I wonder if this would have ever happened had it not have been for the competition from  WordPress?

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Pigeon Action Group = losers

BBC NEWS | England | London | Tests ‘show pigeons are starving’ Post-mortem tests carried out by a government laboratory show pigeons in Trafalgar Square are starving to death, according to a campaign group. So what, should all animal populations … Continue reading

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