Mini guide de saisie .htaccess Files for the Rest of Us .htaccess files are used to configure Apache, as well a range of other web servers. Despite the .htaccess file type extension, they are simply text files that can be edited using any text-editor. In this article, we'll review what they are, and how you can use them in your projects. Please note that .htaccess files don't work on Windows-based systems, although they can be edited and uploaded to a compatible web server, and on Linux-based systems they are hidden by default. In order to work with htaccess files locally, to see how they work and generally play around with them, we can use XAMPP (or MAMP) on the Mac - a package that installs and configures Apache, PHP and MySQL. A .htaccess file follows the same format as Apache’s main configuration file: httpd.conf. A setting configured in an .htaccess file will override the same setting in the main configuration file for the directory which contains the file, as well as all of its subdirectories. A rewrite rule can be as simple as this:
Connaissances & classifications du Monde du Classement Une représentation synthétique des connaissances sous forme de classifications pour assimiler, mémoriser ou communiquer un concept. Actualité Aide Contenu du site Vous pouvez consultez les informations sur ce projet et les liens. Dewey Pictograms Reproducible images portraying collections within the Dewey Decimal Classification System, enabling people with disabilities, low literacy skills, etc., to better locate materials in the library's collection; these can be mounted on bookstacks or special mounts in the collection. Many thanks to OCLC (all copyright rights in the Dewey Decimal Classification System are owned by OCLC; Dewey, Dewey Decimal Classification, DDC, OCLC and WebDewey are registered trademarks of OCLC) and to Oakland (CA) Public Library for making these images freely available. The resource is a result of a collaboration between the Oakland Public Library and the East Bay Learning Disabilities Association (EastBayl da.org), supported by the California State Library. The 88 images were created by Shelby Designs & Illustrates (Oakland, CA) and the work was supported in part by the U.S. Introduction Pictograms for the Dewey Decimal System People with learning disabilities make up 17 to 20% of the general population.
Reference, Facts, News - Free and Family-friendly Resources - Refdesk.com 100 Websites You Should Know and Use In the spring of 2007, Julius Wiedemann, editor in charge at Taschen GmbH, gave a legendary TED University talk: an ultra-fast-moving ride through the “100 websites you should know and use.” Six years later, it remains one of the most viewed TED blog posts ever. Time for an update? We think so. Below, the 2013 edition of the 100 websites to put on your radar and in your browser. To see the original list, click here. And now, the original list from 2007, created by Julius Wiedemann, editor in charge at Taschen GmbH.
Oddity Central - Weird Places, Odd Events, Bizarre News, Strange People and A Lot More Dark Roasted Blend "QUANTUM SHOT" #531Link - by Avi Abrams Army of tiny robots grows in number and sophistication Since our last "Robot Art" overview came out, these cute little bots multiplied like rabbits or Google spiders, and they all look good, so it's time for an update! (image courtesy Mike Rivamonte) Most of these robot figures (often called "nerdbots") are made from found objects, purely for your esthetic appreciation - and yet one can't shake the feeling that they might one day come to life (as if in some Stephen King story) and invade your cubicle, making shrill R2D2 sounds and mounting attacks on, say, a hated monstrous copy machine in the corner. Mike Rivamonte's metal sculptures are "interpretation of robots and spacemen capable of flight and mischief. The detailing on these robots is exceptional: (images courtesy Mike Rivamonte) Recent updates from Nemo Gould are quite surreal: Nicholas and Angela from "Nerdbots" site build the said "bots" out of scraps of... pretty much anything vintage and cool:
Did you know The soul is bone 16th April 2014 Post with 3 notes Some Cemeteries Part II here 16th April 2014 Photo with 388 notes This is the colourful candy-striped land snail (Liguus virgineus), and it’s only found on Haiti, Dominican Republic and Cuba. Top photo credit: Miguel A. 16th April 2014 Photo with 158 notes Postmortem corneal clouding with tache noire. 16th April 2014 Photo with 282 notes The mineral heliotrope, also known as bloodstone, is a form of chalcedony. 16th April 2014 Photo with 153 notes A carcass of an elephant killed by poachers in a Kenyan wildlife reserve. Photo credit: David Sheldrick/Wildlife Trust 15th April 2014 Photo with 334 notes The Greater Adjutant (Leptoptilos dubius) is a member of the stork family, Ciconiidae. Photo credit: Ben Fitzgerald 15th April 2014 Photo with 695 notes The abandoned Bislingen mountain lodge in Norway stands empty on an icy mountainside, this abandoned ski lodge is being reclaimed by the frozen environment it was built to serve.
Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. Research by E. Robert Schulman Charlottesville, Virginia Abstract We (meaning I) present observations on the scientific publishing process which (meaning that) are important and timely in that unless I have more published papers soon, I will never get another job. 1. Scientific papers (e.g. 2. The purpose of science is to get paid for doing fun stuff if you're not a good enough programmer to write computer games for a living (Schulman et al. 1991). 3. You have spent years on a project and have finally discovered that you cannot solve the problem you set out to solve. 4. You have written the paper, and now it is time to submit it to a scientific journal. 5. The conclusion section is very easy to write: all you have to do is to take your abstract and change the tense from present to past. We (meaning I) presented observations on the scientific publishing process which (meaning that) are important and timely in that unless I have more published papers soon, I will never get another job. References