UIF File – The Complete Guide

October 25th, 2007

The UIF Format
The UIF file extension stands for Universal Image Format. An UIF file contains a compressed disk image – basically it is an exact copy of a CD or a DVD. Just like the more common ISO filetype, the UIF format is typically used to create CD/DVD backups. [...] Continue Reading…


This Is Not bash.org

October 22nd, 2007

…And I’m still going to post a bunch funny quotes anyway. I’m currently busy trying to improve the site structure, so instead of long-winded tech-speak you’ll have to endure my sense of humor ;)

The names have been changed for no particular reason. Here goes! [...] Continue Reading…


Discarded Idea Bin

October 20th, 2007

Here are some things I probably won’t do/implement -

Web20Rank
Alexa is inaccurate, Technorati is inaccurate, PR is worthless, inbound links can be bought. Idea – create a new ranking system based on an aggregate of things like Digg votes, del.icio.us bookmarks, stumbles and a whole lot of other social bookmarking [...] Continue Reading…


Single Click Plugin Updater WordPress Plugin

October 19th, 2007

This plugin extends the plugin update notification feature introduced in WordPress 2.3 by adding an “update automatically” link to update notifications. When you click the link, the new version of the corresponding plugin is downloaded and installed automatically. It also lets you know which plugins have update notifications enabled. [...] Continue Reading…


On Recovering Data And Wheels

October 17th, 2007

I spent a while today wondering what to post about.

I have an aptly named file on my desktop – “arggr.txt” (apparently I had misspelled “arrgh”). That’s where I store most of my ideas. Since I’m pretty sure that I don’t have a “feeling” for the audience/people in general, [...] Continue Reading…