This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about: US Government bitcoins, skeumorphic bitcoins, TSA coin-flips, twitter drops a dime on the US government, OSS payload this Federal IT award season, our $.02 on RHEL 6.5 and Fedora 20.
This week, Dave and Gunnar talk about Twitter security, Chrome security, SpiderOak security, SnapChat security, Open Security, OpenShift security, and calendar security.
You'll notice that I post my tweets on this blog as well. I don't do that by hand. I have a little robot that does it for me. I finally got around to posting the code, which is an unmerciful fork of Tim Beck's wonderful Twitter Digest. I call it Twitter Sucker, and you can get it … Continue reading Twitter Sucker
Modern Media Tweet Shortcode makes it easy to embed Twitter on your WordPress site. I use it in my "...from Twitter" category, which is now mercifully exempted from the front page and the RSS feed. It works fine, and even does you the favor of caching the JSON from Twitter so you don't have to … Continue reading “Modern Media Tweet Shortcode” caching woes.
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