Eircom have announced today that they will be offering "one of the fastest speeds in Europe for entry level or standard Broadband" Their entry-level product will move to 1Mb, while business users will be able to get up to 4 Mb. The one thing there is no mention of in the press release is whether they will be making any improvements to upload speed. It's all very well being able … [Read more...] about Eircom to offer Broadband (really!)
Archives for March 2005
I'm trying to get some nice charts in flash together for a little side project of mine. The problem I am trying to overcome is that the chart production code requires xml-like data input to do the graphing. At present I only have the data in html files, so I need to convert them to xml or strip the data from them and push it out into xml. After googling a bit I came across a … [Read more...] about html to xml conversion
SugarForge has been launched to help developers working on new modules and extensions for SugarCRM. The site uses gforge and provides the same kind of functions available on SourceForge Over the last few months the number of users and developers who have shown an interest in SugarCRM has grown exponentially, so the foundation of a dedicated community for developers is a … [Read more...] about Sugar CRM – Open Source Extensions
If you know your meta tags or are involved in SEO you probably remember the debacle around the MS Smart Tags. The tags were another "brilliant" idea from Gates & Co to "improve" the user experience through the auto-insertion of links/content into websites when view using IE. Fortunately MS offered an "opt out" clause via a meta tag and eventually shelved the idea (more or … [Read more...] about Google scumware?
Martin pointed me at a rather handy set of scripts for generating the regex for spam assassin custom rules: CMOScript I haven't had any success with the custom rule I was trying to generate, but that's more likely due to me than the scripts :) … [Read more...] about Spam Assassin Custom rules generation