Small tip: when getting data from a MS SQL Database through PHP you’ll notice that your data gets chopped. First thought that the datatypes of the fields weren’t sufficient enough to hold the data, but the text datatype can hold up to 2ˆ31 – 1 characters and the data was stored correctly in the database […]
After the release of the iPhone a truckload of iPhone-related posts have appeared on the web, from which I’ll mention quite a few here hoping to get the full picture (and saving you the trouble of browsing and searching around) …
When using software Fitts’ Law – a model of human movement, predicting the time required to rapidly move from a starting position to a final target area, as a function of the distance to the target and the size of the target – is in effect all the time. Microsoft understands the importance of this […]
This year (work year 2006-2007 that is), all the Scouts all over the world are celebrating the 100th anniversary of Scouting. It was on August 1st, 1907 that Baden Powell blew his blew the South African Kudo horn on the Brownsea Island, opening the first Scouts camp ever. Throughout the year the Belgian Scout Organizations […]
In the comments on my previous post about the little sidenotes I’m serving here, which I like to call ‘Elsewhere’, my pal Manuel threw in a term I hadn’t seen before (actually I had, but I simply forgot about it): ‘Asides’. Soon my search on Google started and all my questions got answered as you […]
As you might know from the post entitled “My Master Plan” I have become a part time freelancer as of April 1, 2007. Today I have finalized the setup of my reseller account with the webhost that has been hosting bram.us for over 3 years by now, after having taken a little test drive over […]
What most of you don’t know (I can tell this by looking at my FeedBurner stats) is that next to the main RSS Feed (dubbed “Bram.us – Days in the Life of a Geezer named Bramus!”) a second feed (dubbed “Bram.us – Elsewhere than the Life of a Geezer named Bramus!”) is offered here at […]
Received an e-mail in my inbox from the artviper.net admin Frank after he read my previous post where I explain on how to use his servive to visualizing your del.icio.us bookmarks. All the cons/thoughts I mentioned he answered/knocked off the table making the service he offers even better!
I myself am a huge del.icio.us fan … the handiness of tagging sites I’ve seen over at work and checking back that list at home just does it for me. Above that it’s darn handy to finding back a site by just typing in some keywords (that flash site with the green background most likely […]
Unlike others stating they are “building something they cannot talk about”, or that they “will be creating something in the near future” or that they “are working together with some undisclosed people on a top secret project” I’m not into over-hyping nor viralizing my plans.