Dear Ati and Ati’s daddy AMD, A week ago, i needed to replace my graphics card and so after being an Nvidia customer for several years, i decided to go with an Ati card this time to support the company for choosing to open source their graphic drivers. I am… Read more“A letter to ATI/AMD”
Currently attending #barcamp-lebanon. Sitting in a session about IP law and creative commons. The main question is why don’t we promote creative commons as a way for brand recognition in this part of the world. This is specifically true for Arab media networks which are unknown in the western world…. Read more“barcamp-lebanon session about IP Law and creative commons”
I am a big fan of the Galactic Konquest game. It is similar to the risk board game, except it occurs in space and it may have different rules, i am not familiar with risk myself…ahem… It is a part of the kdegames package and thus comes with some strings… Read more“Project: Space Explorer(SpaceX)”
Strange title, isn’t? I don’t actually make bombs although during the last war, a lot of people probably thought i did. In my KDE days, i used to make a lot of use of an applet called KTeaTime(http://docs.kde.org/stable/en/kdetoys/kteatime/introduction.html#whats-kteatime). Its a nice little applet that tells you when your tea is… Read more“Quietly working on my Bomb Maker”
As a follow-up on , does a much better job at going over Ruby’s faults. Ruby on Rails is not discussed except to say that it and Pylons are very similar, but i tend to agree that a lot of the different web frameworks out there are quite similar because… Read more“On getting Ruby-fied and its aftereffects”
Migrated website from own ugly design to bootstrap. Went very well, and it looks much better IMO.
Working on a Joomla and VirtueMart installtion for a client. Seems like a solid platform, why have I been neglecting it all these years?