My longest is 25:
My shortest is 4.
There is one in PHP Hacks (the popular O'Reilly book) that lets people "reskin" your site by choosing a different stylesheet. It's really neat-o. I'm...
(This one's pretty simple but pretty fun; type 'Ctrl+v' to show us the contents of your clipboard! Here's mine:)
Esto permitió rápido y de fácil...
I typically only go for .com, .net or .org (in that order). Some of the others sound a little sketchy to some people; I want .ie, though because my...
SecureServer.net is owned by GoDaddy, not sure if you knew that already or not so that's just FYI. :-).
I have about twenty as well.
Like everyone else, a lot of them are undeveloped but I'm working hard on a big one that should leave me enough time to...
Could you share your sources? This is pretty interesting.
I was surprised by the Tuesday thing as well.
Reddit is a very healthy digg competitor. (Though some Redditors would say Digg is so inferior that it doesn't provide any competition...)
gMail, Google Analytics always.
I really love Google Wave since I just got my invite. :-).
I really loved Webalizer until I found Google Analytics but GA doesn't provide some info that you can get from Webalizer (IP, for example).
I love txtMe.
There are lots of domains for sale on eBay. I've bought some and advise you to be careful but most are on the up and up.
Honestly, it sounds kinda like 'toxic' unless I am mis-pronouncing it. But it could be cool.
If you're doing network security, you should check out Knoppix and BackTrack, instead of Ubuntu. They are a little better equipped to handle that...
Wireless networking is one of the more common complaints. It's supposed to be a lot better in the new version which is due out in three days. :-).
The O'Reilly book 'PHP Hacks' is pretty awesome but it'd make for a rough start. O'Reilly also published 'Learning PHP5' which is available on...
I have domains to spare so I'll bite.
When I enter my preferred "Domain Password", it should be in a true password field so I see...
Also, you can check out robtex.com for lots of DNS/WHOIS info.
Robtex.com and also arin.net will tell you the owner of an IP.
I couldn't believe that it wasn't registered!
I won a four-letter domain on eBay but haven't done anything...
I use Ubuntu on most of my computers.
It's not a decision to take lightly; it can be frustrating to learn a new operating system.
The webcomic xkcd has a really funny parody of this up today. See:
xkcd - A Webcomic - Nachos - HOSTED BY GEOCITIES
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