I apologize for not updating HTNet for days now; I’m currently swamped by things at and beyond work. I’m actually forcing myself to post this so I can share a few useful writing links I found earlier.
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I’ve seen some PHP scripts that are distributed for free but with an illogical license. Let me show you of a sample license that in my opinion, makes absolutely no sense:
XXX is free software. This License grants you to use this software free of charge for as long as you wish. You may not use, copy, rent, lease, sell, modify, decompile, disassemble, otherwise reverse engineer, or transfer the licensed program except as provided in this agreement. Any such unauthorized use shall result in immediate and automatic termination of this license.
The good folks at AdSense have printed out a batch of pretty looking Google AdSense stickers and would like to send some to anyone who requests. They claim that the stickers will be sent to anyone in the world.
One category of projects that I find myself engaging most often is web development. From simple one page prototypes to a full blown web application, the fundamentals remain the same regardless of the size of each undertaking.
In this post, I would like to share some tools I find useful when constructing my projects. Who knows, they might be beneficial for your next web development projects too!
I’ve always been an admirer of Datuk Shahrir Samad. I believe he epitomizes the die hard spirit of Johoreans. He’s been through so many negative experiences but time and time again he rises from the ashes. He’ll always be a phoenix in my book.
Due to my utmost respect for Datuk Shahrir (who also happens to be my MP – Johor Bahru), I am very pleased to have learned that he’s now Malaysia’s new Minister of Domestic Trade and Consumer Affairs (KPDNHEP).