(4) Mon Jan 10 2005 08:30 PST The Word Is Out:
But, I won't absolutely insist that you treat me right. The subject of my CodeCon presentation, long a secret, has been revealed as the Ultra Gleeper, a recommendation engine for web pages. Yes, I created the thing people have been complaining about not having for nine years. And it does a pretty good job.
It still needs work, but I've got a whole month still to put off doing that work. I meant to work on it this weekend, but instead I wrote a goofy story about cannibalism. Good job, me.
(8) Mon Jan 10 2005 10:51 PST Hey Rachel:
This sounds like an easy way you could make some good money, if you can get used to fleecing the gullible without feeling guilty, (not, in my experience, a strength of the Richardson/Whitney bloodline, but associated more in my mind with the trickster Calls). It monetizes the skills I said during Christmas you should monetize, but is a whole lot higher margin than making collage crafts. Link via Accordion Guy.
(1) Mon Jan 10 2005 14:34 PST Great Moments In User Interface Design:
(2) Mon Jan 10 2005 15:25 PST Apache Question:
It looks like you can't use a text file to drive a RewriteMap if the URLs you're rewriting to are longer than 1024 bytes. Is this accurate? Does anyone else consider this a blot on mod_rewrite (as though it wasn't already bespeckled with blots)?
I'm using a .dbm file instead, which doesn't have this problem, but it's aggravating.
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