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Simon Willison’s Weblog. Recent entries. Elsewhere. Getting married and going travelling two years ago. Comprehensive notes from my three hour Redis tutorial two years ago. WildlifeNearYou talk at £5 app, and being Wired (not Tired) two years ago. 19th August 2011. 16th July 2011. 30th June 2011. 29th June 2011

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    simonwillison.net Programming by Contract in Python

    Simon Willison’s Weblog. Programming by Contract in Python. 0 comments. Sign in with OpenID. Programming by Contract seems to be a sister technique to unit testing—instead of (or as well as) writing a set of tests for a piece of code you write a set of pre- and post-conditions for the data being ... Read article

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    developer.yahoo.com Interview: Simon Willison on OpenID · YDN Blog

    The second is that it actually does very little - all OpenID really lets you do is "prove" that you own a specific URL, and everything else gets built on top of that one ability. Finally, I like that it's politically neutral - there have been plenty of other attempts at web- wide SSO that have fa... Read article

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    daveman692.livejournal.com David Recordon's (Old) Blog - A Change of Pace

    Aug. 17th, 2007 at 2:31 PM The past year and a half has been amazing! Not only have I grown by leaps and bounds, but have been an integral part of a team at VeriSign who put out an awesome product last month. Along the way I've met and worked with great people and this year worked for Gary Krall ... Read article

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    meyerweb.com Eric's Archived Thoughts: 2010 April 07

    If you get a Flash video, the bookmarklet won’t work.Once the video has started playing, activate the “Videotate” bookmarklet.Enjoy.Thanks to Simon WIllison for tweeting the JS I modified, and Jeremy Keith for helping me realize it would be easy to do during the HTML5 portion of A Day Apart . Read article

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    thomas.apestaart.org Thomas.apestaart.org » OpenID: yes or no?

    2008-6-19 11:06 pm I remember being really enthusiastic about OpenID when I first learnt about it. I remember trying it out and, as many, being disappointed at the practical use (nobody was supporting it) but hopeful about the idea. I tried it out a bunch of times later, but today I’m still not r... Read article

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    eliasbland.wordpress.com 2011 June « Of Code and Me

    Fortunately getting the app to fill the whole screen just required the following line after the section in my AndroidManifest.xml: Failure [INSTALL_PARSE_FAILED_INCONSISTENT_CERTIFICATES] This error occurs when you try to install an app via ADB and there is already another version of the same app... Read article

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    radar.oreilly.com Four short links: 24 September 2009 - O'Reilly Radar

    About. you. It's about the users and their comfort, abilities, and freedoms. (via Simon Willison ) Most Recently Discussed product alerts, and news from O'Reilly. All trademarks and registered trademarks appearing on oreilly.com are the property of their respective owners. Read article

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    mysqldba.blogspot.com MySQL DBA: May 2007

    T@16384: | | | >_mymalloc T@16384: | | | >_myfree T@16384: | | So since this wasn't any help, lets start the process under strace open("/var/lib/mysql/ibdata1", O_RDWR) = 8 fcntl(8, F_SETLK, {type=F_WRLCK, whence=SEEK_SET, start=0, len=0}) = 0 open("/var/lib/mysql/ib_logfile0", O_RDWR) = 13 fcntl... Read article

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    joethink.com Link – Joe Murphy

    About I'm Joe Murphy. I'm the senior web developer with the online news team at the Denver Post (and the thoughts I express here are my own). Before that I ran my own web design and development company , and a long time ago I was a fledgling newspaper reporter. I like me a good story. Recent Post... Read article

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    quirksmode.org Elsewhere on the 'Net - Events

    Essentially you have to continue running a check function for as long as the user stays on the page. That's no problem if you have only one such function, but what if we get many more custom events like this, and the browser has to check dozens of them every 1/5th second or so? Regardless of this... Read article

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    taint.org Blocked By SonicWall! / taint.org: Justin Mason's Weblog

    March 24, 2004 at 6:49 pm Censorship: This is pretty funny — a friend writes that SonicWall ’s ‘Content Filter’ has judged my home page and FOUND IT WANTING : The URL http://jmason.org/ is currently rated as: category 4 - Pornography w00t! It’s true, I have some pretty hot pics up there — the acc... Read article

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    wellieswithwings.org From zombies to adventures in the desert | wellieswithwings

    So it’s day four of my commute and I’m already starting to find my pattern. I was warned that I’d find myself waiting at specific points on the platform where the doors will open, that I’d be almost able to get to London in my sleep. Although I’m definitely not at the sleeping stage yet, it’s b... Read article

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    martyalchin.com Review: The Definitive Guide to Django

    The Form Processing chapter ended up in the book courtesy of Simon, who did a fantastic job of condensing a fairly complicated topic into a very understandable chapter. However, the Comments chapter never did make it into the book, and while that doesn’t surprise me, I am slightly disappointed. C... Read article

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