Hey all, another quick update! Been busy with work so have not had much time to do any articles or blogs lately and looks like it is going to get more hectic. Have managed to change it up a bit on here though! Gone are the adverts from Google, they were not making much cash and really did not server much purpose. Also changed the theme to the default WordPress 3.5.1 theme as it is clean and fits mobile devices very nicely.
Apart from that have been helping my good friend Nick get his website re-branded to Monster Editing by sorting out his DNS, Mail and hacking a bit of css.
Next time I should have a review of the Devil May Cry reboot, currently playing through the story mode. The “new” Dante is different, his attitude is abrasive and is taking some time to get use to, he is like an angry Nero ( DMC4 ) but a bit more foul mouthed. Only half way through but the story so far has grabbed me as good as any other DMC game/anime. Also the fast switching weapon system takes some getting used to but certainly adds an extra edge to action.
Hey all, just a quick update as I am waiting for Sky to get my new broadband up and running. Found out that a Blogger user was hot linking to a friends copyrighted pictures on their site. Normally my friend does not mind, but they were using it in a way he did not like. Anyway while he is chasing Google to get the site reported, he has asked if there was a way to prevent them linking? Continue reading →
I’d like to give users the chance to add and remove their names using a sign-me-up HTML form.
So they could “Thomas” to a text file with an HTML input box and then also remove themselves by choosing “remove” with a simple sign-me-up web form.
A bit like subscribing and unsubscribing from a mail list but the removal should search for the exact match in the text file (in upper or lower case) for the name “Thomas” and then say “you’re removed” or “you’re not on the list”.
Is this possible ? A whopping 200 points to the first decent working PHP script (plus 50 points for the best answer).
Thanks very much.
With the announcement of the 512MB model and the open sourcing of the SoC the RaspberryPi is just going to get more popular. The Pi is a cheap (£26/$35) ARM computer that runs Linux and is being touted as a device to encourage kids (and hobbyists) to learn programming, mainly Python. However as it runs Linux it means that it can be used for almost anything including media centers, file servers and web servers. As more and more people are using these little devices as alternatives to free/paid for hosting I thought I would just drop a few tips on how to help keep these devices safe and under the owners control. Continue reading →
Evening all, from a dark and dreary Liverpool. It’s now mid October and the nights have started to close in and weather is getting wetter (if that is possible in the UK). I have managed to give myself a kick up the backside and get this post written, must get into the habit of dumping my brain to disk more often!
Anyway although not actually blogging as of late, I have been more active on twitter. If you wish you can follow me at @apjone. As well as tweeting on what comes to mind I have also been helping out my good friend Nick get his website sorted. If you live in North Wales or North West England and are looking for a Photographer or Graphic designer you should check out Nicks website. Continue reading →
Hello and welcome to lfeed.so! Finally managed to get the time sort out the design and some of the features, but there is still loads more to come! I will be putting up an ‘About’ page as soon as I get the chance, until then you can follow me on twitter @apjone or on Google+.
I guess I have to give a shout out to TeamGB who are currently 3rd in the Olympic medals table! Great work guys and girls! Proud to see the effort they are putting in. Also a big shout to everyone working at the Games, so far bar a couple of technical issues it has been a great event.
Got to laugh, I am actually writing this post in HTML in Open Office Writer as to ensure my spelling is correct, my custom.dic has the entire HTML tag library in it now! Hoping to get a few regular features on the go with this blog section of lfeed.so such as round ups of the current tech news, tutorials and reviews. For now though you can check out our Nagios Monitoring Service or our Shortlink service with QR Codes.
Well that is all for now, but please check back soon! And as ever to keep up with the latest things I am working on you can check out my twitter or G+ !