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Playing With Lifestreams and SweetCron

A few months ago Stewart mentioned Sweetcron as a “lifestream” solution (You can see his here). A “lifestream” basically acts as an aggregator of all your online activities, as many of the online services that people use, such as Twitter, Flickr etc., publish your activity via RSS. I’d already been experimenting with Movable Type’s Motion, […]

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Dvds.ie Offline Temporarily

DVDs.ie has been taken offline, as the server simply did not have enough RAM. I’ve ordered extra RAM and will put the site back online once I have the RAM installed. For the past 48 hours the site has been slow, while the server itself has been nearly always inaccessible via ssh, due to MySQL […]

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Hack Any WordPress Blogs Lately?

I feel sorry for the WordPress developers, but I feel even more sorry for their users. Over the past year WP users who have been keeping track of updates etc., have had to update and upgrade their installs so many times that it’s not funny. The way I see it WordPress users fall, broadly speaking, […]

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Open Ads 2.4 Released

Open Ads 2.4 was released a few days ago. Open Ads, which was previously called PhpAdsNew, is probably the most popular open source adserver available. I’ve been using it for years, though I’ve probably only used a fraction of its features. I’ve decided to start using it to serve ads on some of the blogs […]

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