All posts in category Productivity

A small RSS filter written in PHP

Nearly all news sources has some posts I’m not interested in. I can’t believe no RSS readers has implemented good enough filters yet. But I anyway I wrote my own. :) I don’t think my server can handle too much usage, so I’m just giving you the code as is.

The 28-hour work day!

I can’t help it, a 6-day week consisting of 28-hour days sounds wonderful! :) The only downside is that I have a family, and this kind of regime won’t work inside that setting. :p XKCD also has a take on the concept.

Free design work

I found this through No-spec.com, the original author is unknown and the original posting was on CraigsList. To those who are looking for someone to do work for free… please wake up and join the real world Every day, there are more and more CL posts seeking “artists” for everything from auto graphics to comic […]

Yet another Firefox extension list

When I first got a customized Firefox install demonstrated to me I was immediately awestruck by the functionality offered by extensions. Sure, Firefox isn’t the fastest nor the most standard-compliant browser around, but the extensions really got me hooked (thanks, HHJ)! So I did the conversion after having used Opera for 5-6 years. And now, […]

Development in the free world

Lately I’ve done some research for free (as in beer) development environments, both for web and Java. The result was, to put it blunt, a huge disappointment. What actually disappointed me more, was the horrible pricing for commercial solutions with no “personal use only” licenses available. The “can do everything known to man but is […]

Run several IE versions on one computer

This is a webdesigners dream… Haven’t you wished there was a way to quickly test a page in different versions of IE? If you’ve tried, you probably know that installing Internet Explorer will overwrite any verion currently installed. One install at a time. Bah humbug! The rescue comes in the form of IE standalone distributions […]