Archives for April 2007

10 Most Successful Web 2.0 Startups

Web 2.0 has been really spreading like wildfire the past few years, but there area few sites that have really taken total advantage of it and used it to the fullest. Here's the big list of … [Read more...]

Weebly Editor – Web 2.0 WYSIWYG Editor

Weebly has finally launched, well again. What is Weebly? It's online website creation using the latest and greatest of web 2.0. It's a WYSIWYG editor, but so much more. You can choose to host you website at Weebly, where you will get a sub-domain, or … [Read more...]

Reader Input: What PHP Framework Do You Use?

There are a bunch of PHP frameworks, too many if you ask me. I've tinkered around with CakePHP, Zend Framework, and Code Igniter. I'm curious to know what you guys have been using and what you find quick and easy. What do you look for in a PHP … [Read more...]

Samsung t509 vs. BlackBerry Pearl – No Contest

I've finally received my cell phone from T-Mobile. It's the Samsung t509, or as I like to call it, the silver plum. My contract was up and I was in search of a new phone. T-Mobile usually doesn't have a very good selection of phones, so my choices … [Read more...]

Moving WordPress To A Different Domain

No, I'm not moving, not yet anyway. But Lava is. She scored a domain name which describes her blog so perfectly, that she couldn't help but nab it up: Now what are the odds that this domain would still be lying around? Lava … [Read more...]

Importing Large MySQL Databases – When phpMyAdmin Let’s You Down – Get BigDump

phpMyAdmin phpMyAdmin is a beautiful tool. It let's you administer a MySQL Database without all the messy commands. Also, some host don't even allow you access to those messy commands. So, once again, it's a beautiful tool. You can pull up a window … [Read more...]