A couple of days ago del.icio.us decided to reduce the default number of items returned by their feeds. Last week a feed of a specific tag returned at least 25 items but today only 15 items are included.
MOO has a limited offer where you can order 50 business cards for free. The only catch is that you have to give them access to the details of your LinkedIn connections. The value of this offer is approximately 20 euro.
If your not familiar with MOO: they have some really nice products - I have ordered mini cards before - and the cool things is that each card can have a different image. So you can actually get 50 unique cards!
The last couple of months I have joined a number of LinkedIn groups. Some of these are official groups backed by a real organization or company (like the K.U.Leuven Computer Science Alumni or the The Greater IBM Connection) but others are pretty vague (like Consultants Network and IT Specialist).
The last couple of days I have been integrating a number of SOAP services in a Drupal site. The SOAP operation I'm calling provides access to a large set of data and it supports a page parameter which is very similar to the way Drupal shows large lists across multiple pages using a pager showing "1 2 ... next> last>>".
My default installation of Firefox (version 3 on Ubuntu) selects the whole URL when you double click in the address bar. I don' t like this behavior because it is not consistent with all other input fields.
Normally the following happens when you double click in a text field:
Click: position the cursor
Double click: select a word
Triple click: select the whole line
Firefox does not respect this behavior but fortunately there is a configuration option to change this: