Are you a space fanatic? If you would do anything just to get a glimpse of anything space related, then there is some god news for you. National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), through PubSpace, will make your dream on space data come true sooner than you expect. The general public is currently able to access NASAs research database free of charge! Read More →
Had to pick up a copy of this for myself and managed to find a few good discount codes — so here I share.
- Us this link: GravityForms (opens a new window)
- Choose Pricing and Purchase from the top menu
- Use one or more of the following codes:
Gravity Forms Developer Support License discount code:
$50 OFF Coupon code: GFDEV50 (can be stacked with 20% off code)
20% OFF Coupon Code: SEODENVER or GFORMS20 or WOOFORM20
Gravity Forms Single Site Support License coupon code:
20% OFF Coupon Code: SEODENVER or WOOFORM20
Gravity Forms Multi Site Support License discount:
20% OFF Coupon Code: SEODENVER or WOOFORM20
Yesterday, about 10.2 MILLION blogs fell off the face of the planet for just Under 2 hours when WordPress.com experienced it’s first major outage in four years. In all, about 5.5 million pageviews lost in those 110 minutes of downtime.
According to Matt Mullenweg, the downtime was caused by an unscheduled “core router” change at one of WordPress.com’s datacenter providers. I find it fascinating that a core router change at one data center broke failover mechanisms that should have shifted services over to another working DC. True to Automattic’s slogan, “Inspired by you, Striving to create good, Nothing is perfect.”, it seem someone was less than perfect in designing their failover system… and then forgot to test it.
BGR has it on good authority that the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 will definitely be showing up at AT&T “Pretty Soon”. Expected to sell at $199 with a two year contract.
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- Size: 119 x 63 x 13 mm
- Weight: 135 grams
- Phone memory: Up to 1 GB
- Memory card support: microSD™
- Memory card included: 8 GB
- Operating system: Google™ Android Donut, version 1.6
- Processor: 1GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon™ QSD8250
I’m really impress by the TimeScape feature. It integrates several social media providers into one place.
Several more videos are available at Sony Ericsson.
This one seems rather minor, but could be an issue for some sites. WordPress 2.9.2 fixes a problem with registered users being able to “peek” into your trash. Nothing I’ll be getting my panties bunched up over, but since the upgrade process is like 2 clicks and a password, just do it! 😉
Centercode, the guys behind OnlineBeta.com, have just announced a new community: iPadBeta.com.
We’re pleased to announce iPadBeta.com, a new unique user community being offered by Centercode. Unlike other communities we’ve announced in the past which use our software, iPadBeta.com is owned by Centercode and will act as a sister community to OnlineBeta.com, but focused specifically on the Apple mobile platform
Very similar to the OnlineBeta.com project, iPadBeta will allow users to sign up to test new iPad/iPhone/iTouch apps. The site allows users to chat about the new product in forums, create problem reports and submit bug reports.
App developers will have FREE access to a wealth of knowledge and, what I’m sure will be, a huge tester community.
App Developers are each given their own private projects which include bug and feature tracking, custom surveys, discussion forums, custom wikis, build distribution, tester participation monitoring, reporting, and much more. iPadBeta.com will also recruit App Testers matching the Developers market; or they can invite their own friends and customers. Developers will also have access to market research materials on the App market, as well as the ability to request custom research. These services are all offered at no cost, with no ads.
Head on over to iPadBeta and join in!
Hey all — New version of WordPress has been released. Just about three weeks after the release of WordPress 2.9, version 2.9.1 hits the street with several bug fixes.
Many believed that the release of 2.9 was a bit premature after tons of users reported issues related to CURL (curl_setopt() to be specific) and several other issues, so the dev team took a few weeks to get these fixes tested in the form of a beta and RC1 version before finally releasing it as a final. We’ve been testing the updates on several sites and they have in fact fixed all of the problems we were seeing.
Grab your upgrade at WordPress.org or use your auto-update feature (after backing up your database, of course).