Docker is a great addition to my DS1815+ Synology NAS. Its implementation is very cool in many ways but has a few big weaknesses. Amongst its strengths, I can think of: Pretty great UI for managing running containers, including docker exec Good UI for adding images (though no way to update them, see later) Pretty… Read more »
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After the US, UK, Italy, Spain & France versions, I created an Android Application to monitor the Amazon.de Kindle Deal of the Day / Kindle-Deal des Tages and a: RSS feed for Amazon.de Kindle-Deal des Tages
After the US and France versions (and soon a German version), I created an Android Application to monitor the Amazon.co.uk Kindle Deal of the Day and a: RSS feed for Amazon.co.uk Kindle Daily Deals
En supplément de mon application Android Offre Éclair Kindle, je publie desormais, quotidiennement un flux RSS que vous trouverez ici: Flux RSS pour l’Offre Éclair Kindle d’Amazon.fr
I built a new syndication/RSS feed to list the Kindle Deals (all four of them, currently and the goldbox deal of the day as well). I am sure some of you will find it interesting: New RSS Kindle Deals Daily feed!
As you may know, Amazon Prime Subscribers can now get a free book every month. Finding the ever expending list is not straightforward but here it is.
A few year ago, I realized that beyond blogging, WordPress is an exceptional CMS, I started sites with WordPress. Dave Sutton’s Trawler Explorer, REI Paradise, Privateer Divers, Juergensen Marine, Danny’O Mom and Pop art shopThinking Diver and the latest The Cloud Saga are all built using WordPress. After I built a few of those, I… Read more »
I update it at least once a year and my girlfriend always says I love to give my opinion online on every single thing, so here is the new version of my Mac OS X tool recommendations.
At home in Provence for a few days, I decided to code a few things. Here is one, a statistics page for my gallery, powered by ZenPhoto, which shows a few different charts such as this one: I am using the rather new Google Chart API to generate the charts.
It’s funny, many people search for “Multiple Personalities” in Google Images, navigate to the second page and end up checking out those photos on my site: