Here are the most recent bookmarks that I have saved to Ma.gnolia.
We want citizens out in the field observing, asking questions, asserting the right to know. We know it will help to have a booklet you can put in your purse or jacket pocket, to remind you of what to look for and what kinds of questions to ask. Therefore, we have also printed booklets.
“Tired of the cumbersome searches through stock photo sites? See better results with Cyclo.ps. Our monster machine brings the results of the most popular stock sites to one location. Search once. See it all.”
“FunctionFlip’s purpose is simply to disable the special features — rewind, play, mute, etc. — on the function keys. For example, if you “flip” F7, F8, and F9, those keys will revert back to normal F keys — without affecting the other functions. Press the fn key with the special key to get the special function back. That is, the “special” and “normal” functions are flipped.”
“Filtering data. We all have to do it. Most, if not all of us, despise doing it. However, unbeknown to most are PHP’s filter_* functions, that allow us to do all sorts of filtering and validation. Using PHP’s filter_* functions, we can validate and sanitize data types, URLs, e-mail addresses, IP addresses, strip bad characters, and more, all with relative ease. This is part one of two, covering filter_var() and the different constants and flags that can be set.”
AppleJack is a user friendly troubleshooting assistant for Mac OS X. With AppleJack you can troubleshoot a computer even if you can’t load the GUI, or don’t have a startup CD handy. AppleJack runs in Single User Mode and is menu-based for ease of use.