Archive for May, 2007
Hacked Gadgets recently compiled a list of videos on how geeks unlock car doors, and we’ve selected our favorites.
Google Maps just released a new feature that lets you actually look around the street. Seems to only be working in major cities for now.
This site provides community documentation of the emergent LOLCODE language. It is our hope that the examples can grow in a way that is both internally consistent and suggest a real, feasible computing language.
Type in your user name, and this tool will display all your friends in one circle and your fans in another. Users who are both get displayed in the center where the two circles intersect. It’s an easy, visual way to see who your friends and fans are (and you can un-friend the ungrateful people who never added you back!)
Adobe released a public testing version of the newest release of their ColdFusion product. Version 8 includes numerous new features, including built in server monitoring, debugging, and loads of new functions and tags.
Ever since we started releasing home-brewed Firefox extensions here at Lifehacker, several readers have asked: How difficult is it to build a Firefox extension? For someone with a bit of programming experience, the answer is not that difficult. Today I’ve got a quick start list of resources for the curious programmers who want to give it a try
As a developer, time is your most valuable resource. These six tips on how to write maintainable code are guaranteed to save you time and frustration: one minute spent writing comments can save you an hour of anguish.