January 9th, 2011
This is a test I wanted to make, using the css3 rotate() transformation.
I’m really happy with the initial result.
This script is using the following css declarations:
(replace X with the proper degrees you want to rotate)
I’ve tested this on FF 3.5, Safari 4, and Chrome 6 and they all seem to be handling it pretty good.
I’d love to hear comments and suggestions about this.
September 19th, 2010
You can access and control your memcached installation, using simple telnet commands. Use ps -ef to determine on which port and ip you memcached server is running and connect to it:
telnet localhost 11211
The list of commands is as follows:
August 24th, 2010
So you need to transfer high traffic, dynamic site with the minimum possible amount of down time.
Just reducing the DNS TTL’s won’t always work as expected, as many providers have been reported to ignore the TTL values.
So, instead of just changing the TTL to a small value and pray, there is a small hack you can apply to this particular situation. Read the rest of this entry »
August 23rd, 2010
This is my short tutorial of how to set up, use and monitor memcached on a PHP web server.
My webserver is a CentOS 5 webserver with cPanel. Read the rest of this entry »
March 7th, 2010
Old idea, new implementation really.
March 6th, 2010
I’ve bumped into this a few times recently so I got interested.
They are actually Japanese letters.
It’s a katakana syllabogram, pronounced “tsu”
There’s also this:
This one’s called “she”
Besides their obvious contribution to the Japanese language, they are pretty awesome alternative smilies.
February 13th, 2010
This being the first time I really looked in to WordPress, i wish I’d found this earlier.
Blog Setup: 40 Practical Tips
It’s a very useful resource and I’m still checking out some of it’s recommendations.