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Review: PHP 5 Social Networking

Posted on March 8, 2011, 21:33, in General, Web development | No Comments

I was, a few weeks back, asked to review the book “PHP 5 Social Networking” by Michael Peacock. As I have partaken in development of several websites with both more and less social elements I found the book’s title and slogan interesting.

Why I use Opera over Firefox

Posted on August 14, 2009, 12:43, in General | No Comments

Trent at “The Linux Critic” recently wrote a good post about his five reasons why he prefers Opera over Firefox and pinpoints the same reasons I would chose to mention if I’d written such a post. It’s well worth a read – for users of any browser. I feel it’s important that there is a […]

Happy birthday, WWW!

Posted on March 13, 2009, 15:20, in General, Web development | No Comments

It’s now 20 years since Tim Berners-Lee propoced the first version of what would later be know as the World Wide Web. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Www

To write – or not to write… (in English)

Posted on January 30, 2009, 14:22, in General | No Comments

Well, it seems to be quite a common post to make, among all of us who does’nt have English as main-language, and my opinions are probably not new by any means, but I’d like to add my voice to the discussion. There are surely a lack of good content in Norwegian, but I – as […]

Starting over

Posted on December 11, 2008, 16:43, in General | No Comments

Relaunching michaelodden.com as a blog – what to expect? Read on!

  • Review: PHP 5 Social Networking
  • New job, quadcopter and more
  • If you think you might need to defragment
  • Why I use Opera over Firefox
  • Sad news – Smultron no longer supported
  • Opera Unite: Convenient tips and snippets for developers
  • Opera Wand security issue AKA how to get passwords saved in the Wand which you don’t remember
  • URLs should express output-format, not source-format
  • Adventures in Opera Unite
  • My favourite guitarists
  • Tip of the day: A good old SSH-timesaver
  • table-row-highlighter.js – now as jQuery-plugin
  • Categories