Infinity21.net has just launched the first stage of the new website for Dromore-based Audio Visual Solutions Company, “Box 42″.
Andrew “Barney” Ferguson’s company can provide corporate AV solutions, dry hire or installation services. Need to hire a (new) van load of Plasma/LCDs or Wide Angle, Short throw, high lumens projectors? Check it out.
I’ve been working with Rails now for about 2-3 years on and off, for the last two months almost full time working on a project that I’m not talking about yet.
Via the great bunch of fellas at Contrast.ie I came across this article from Smashing Magazine on Rails which provides a great overview on a couple of things which I have picked up along the way and thought WOW that’s useful. They’re all here in one place.
Check out: Smashing Magazine: Ruby on Rails Tips
There’s a nice plug for Contrast’s current-big-thing web app: GetExceptional.
There appears to be something going on with Gmail’s SMTP ports since the issues they had at the start of the week. How does Gmail going down make BBC Lunch time news?
Ref: Blogoscoped forum article
This link solved the problem for me. Some GMail help articles state you should use port 25 or 465. As previously discussed O2/Be broadband in the UK doesn’t let you use Port 25 for anything other than O2 Email. I was using 465 which is Secure SMTP (with SSL). However, GMail now (appears to) require port 587: Message Submission (with TLS).
Experiment with turning off your SSL setting as well!
What a ridiculously stupid error.
Your wp-config.php file should read:
‘Localhost’ not ‘localhost’.
If you’re using apache in Leopard 10.5 and can’t get any of your websites to show, check out http://www.gigoblog.com/2007/11/08/configure-apache-web-sharing-for-user-accounts-in-mac-os-x-105-leopard/ and it’ll step you through the process of re-enabling your webserver access.
Stumbled across this fella on Twitter today, noticed he worked at Slide (who make successful/annoying Facebook Apps). None the less (I joke) he writes a blog at http://www.unethicalblogger.com/ and has recently been writing a series of ‘ProTips’ on using Git Repos for his work colleagues.
I think it might prove useful: http://www.unethicalblogger.com/blog_categories/git will be taking a read in my spare time.
So, today I graduated, seven months after I should have! With being in America all summer long I missed out on becoming a real person along with the rest of my class, and never really thought it all that necessary to go and get my certificate. But, today being my mother’s birthday I decided it’d be a nice present to have closure on that aspect of life, even though I don’t get to have any goofy photographs taken or wear a silly hat and scarf combination.
Umm… what’s next? Hit me.