Parsing AudioScrobbler and Feeds with PHP

AudioScrobbler (now is a very cool site that helps you discover new music and share what you’re listening to with others. You just download a plugin for your music player, and it reports what you’re playing to… Read more »

Better 404 Not Found Pages

Often times “404 not found” pages aren’t particularly helpful. They tell you that the page is gone, and not much else. The more tech-saavy know a great trick to help find what you’re after: just lop off a hunk of the… Read more »

Better search engine results with web standards

With the recent design of Holly Tickner’s Tiny Forest, one of the biggest changes was largely unseen. Gone was the bloated, Dreamweaver-generated code, and in its place was streamlined, valid XHTML markup, using CSS for… Read more »

Making RSS more presentable with XSLT

RSS is a very cool technology that’s quickly gaining in popularity. It’s like having your own newspaper, with only the news you care about. And instead of having to wait for the next day, it’s updated continually. While… Read more »

Simulating Dial-Up Connections

I often find myself wondering how my sites will work on dial-up connections, and I’ve long been looking for a good way to simulate it in OS X. I recently came across the ip_relay Perl script by Gavin Stewart. It isn’t… Read more »

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