How to Display RSS Feeds Using PHP December 6th, 2006 @ 6:32 pm PDT
If you’re interested in displaying an RSS feed from an external source using PHP, you simply must grab RSS_Fetch by Drew Phillips. It is by far the easiest implementation that I have found. The readme file is very detailed and the code is well-documented. I highly recommend it.
Contextless Content: Episode #21 December 6th, 2006 @ 1:58 pm PDT
Contextless Content: A portion of a conversation, usually from an instant messenger platform. Josh says: if me and you were in a dark alley in Compton or a haunted mansion and you said, hey this is pretty scary, let’s split up. I would say, I have a better idea, no David says: 1. I would […]
The Top Ten TV Shows of 2006 December 5th, 2006 @ 8:17 am PDT
Where does the year go? This one is almost over so it’s time to start doing some wrap-ups. Thanks to TiVo I have gotten to watch a ton of the tube this year, and there has been some excellent stuff to see. Here’s my picks for the top ten shows of 2006. Feel free to […]
Gator Attacks Naked Man On Crack December 1st, 2006 @ 9:34 am PDT
Now that is an awesome headline! As my friend Kelly, who sent me the link, said, “Only in Florida …” This is one hell of a story to read. You can file this one as “Reason #419 Not to Get High on Crack and Fall Asleep Next to a Lake in Central Florida”. I love […]
Chinese Instructions December 1st, 2006 @ 7:50 am PDT
Translating Chinese is fun.