Every programmer needs to know about character encodings, but PHP’s array syntax for accessing characters in a string allows us to sidestep the issue entirely when generating random simple characters, such as English letters.
I’ve recently got into the whole del.icio.us link craze. Mostly, I’ve been using it as a cross-browser bookmarks list. Yes, Apple’s .Mac has Safari-bookmark syncing with iSync, but that’s only for Macs. Anyway, I wanted to get a list of links I’ve recently added to it on this blog. MagpieRSS was the best way to […]
I wanted to use my blog entries, created in WordPress to generate content for pages on my site that were not in my blog. This seemed simple enough, and it is, but without some guidance this can be a really confusing situation. While WordPress supports a pseudo-templating system that can be used to easily customize […]