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Run PHP scripts as daemons

I have been messing around with Tiny Tiny RSS ever since Google announced that they are ending Google Reader. I want Tiny Tiny RSS to automatically update the feeds for me, without the need for me to update them manually. That way when I login I always have the most current feeds. While reading the wiki on how …

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Crashplan

Crashplan is a program that offers many features. Crashplan comes in free and paid versions. The free version lets you backup to local media, such as a folder, another hard drive, or another computer on your network. You can also backup to a friends computer. The paid or plus addition lets you backup to the cloud, set …

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Amazon Route 53 has some fast DNS

My current DNS that is apart of the hosting package can take anywhere from 1-12 hours to update the DNS servers of changes I made. On the other hand Amazon Route 53 changes are reflected within 60 seconds. Now I call that fast DNS. I am thinking of changing my DNS to them for all …

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Dropbox: Still my favorite

I have been using Dropbox for a while now and even though other companies have introducted their own versions. I continue to use dropbox. Now I haven’t purchased a Dropbox plan yet, I’m happy with the 8.4GB I got from completing stuff and referring people to them. If I do run out of space I might consider to upgrade my dropbox …

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SmartThings!

This smartthings hub looks nice but will it work well enough to make it worth it. It sounds really nice, auto turning on lights when you get home. Turning off the lights when you leave and locking down the house by locking all doors and possibly windows when no one is detected in the home. It’s kinda …

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Sony DSC-WX100 takes some nice pictures

After using a Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-WX100 and seeing how well this camera takes pictures I think I like it. I’m thinking I’m going to get one of these cameras when I get the chance. The weird thing is that I can’t find it on the web at all. I do know that the person that the camera belongs …

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View the world in old timely maps

Now you can see the world (or at least a map of it) as it looked like way back then. Check out the screen below.

Just got a Kindle

I just got (ordered) the kindle touch 3g. I love my iPad with the Kindle app but sometimes it’s just not feasible to bring that with me. The iPad is just far to expensive for something to happen to it. From what I can see with other people they love there kindles and E-reader. I have also …

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Desktop Remote for Roku Media Player

Looking for a remote for the roku, that runs on the PC or MAC. Well remoku.tv will let you do just that. This free web app lets you control multiple Rokus from the browser.   The website is easy to use and setup. The first thing you do when you go to the site. Is scan your network …

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Tinkernut – Make A Complete Website From Scratch

Tinkernut (Daniel Davis) is doing a video series on how to make a website from scratch. Tinkernuts videos are very well made easy to follow and understand. The series can be found on his website or his youtube channel. I will also be posting the videos on here.   Make A Complete Website From Scratch …

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