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Interesting Links

Friday 21 May 2004 at 11:21 pm Spare 15 minutes for this fantastic summary of Troy.She also has a couple of other humourous 15 minute wrap ups of current films.

Useful statistics on the state of the world - What if you scaled the worlds population to 100 people and represented it as a Miniature Earth?

Useful book Open Source Development with CVS 3rd Edition is available online.

Advanced Windows file manager - A43 is Another Explorer Alternative. Personally I'm sticking with xplorer2 which seems more stable.

Useful now the sun is out - Summer Fashion Tips for Men from Women or Why Shorts are Bad.

Someone has created a Guide to some of Londons Best Grease Joints where you can get the traditional 'eggbaconchipsandbeans' in the URL.

This is nice - A Gentle introduction to SQL. Also shows you how to run common commands on common databases (MySQL, Postgres, Oracle, SQL Server, DB2).

Another guide - Yet Another Perl Tutorial

Open Source bitmap to vector convertor - AutoTrace

Simple regex guide - which tool for which job - The Tao of Regular Expressions. Has simple examples on how to do the same search in sed, awk, grep, egrep and vi.

A few nice Visio (free) Stencils at VisioCafe. Bad layout obscures the fact that there are stencils for HP, EMC, SUN and SGI gear buried in here. This site is actually much more comprehensive (who knew people used Visio to create Dog Agility Stencils?).

These guys have built a Flash based rendition of a MacSE. More details in this Wired article.

Interesting Links

Friday 14 May 2004 at 02:18 am The GUIGuidebook has various interfaces over the years.

Interesting Links

Saturday 01 May 2004 at 01:06 am Bluetooth Caller ID for Mac OS X

A good
'Best of' Freeware Compilation

Website downloader - HTTrack

A nice minimalist Postit app

A great troubleshooting app - Filemon

VMWare users can move vm machines live from one server to another using Vmotion (VMWare ESX only unfortunately)

Take Quick Notes in Firebird

Big ass fans - the Company produces just what the company name suggests it does

C64 Games on a joystick

A nice shockwave guide to DFS

How to do an AD restore from backup media

Slightly insane belt driven watch from

For Matrix-nuts check out these Japanese trailers
Casshern - live action anime and Appleseed - anime


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