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Please only watch this if Your 18 and over | Don Taiga - She Loves My Dick
Simple Things G - Pure Grime Bars in UK 2011 FLuxscuzz / DJ Prayut / Don Taiga
I went to London about a week ago, and met couple other artist also Mr Ashley Abigo and decided to throw this bars cuz i aint gonna lie "When it comes to Grime: Crazy Titch is the ShiT
Majority of the lyrics on this track are from "Crazy Titch" Grime Lyrics.. Rcorded over by FLuxscuzz / Don Taiga DJ Prayut. Copyright To Grime Records in Conjunction with RMRE-RainMan Records/Entertainment 2011.
Music by Don Taiga. (C) 2011 under exclusive license to RainMan Records/EntertainmentDonTaigaOnlne Simple Things G - Pure Grime Bars in UK 2011 FLuxscuzz / DJ Prayut /... more
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The Invisible Web refers to the part of the WWW that’s not indexed by the search engines. Most of us think that that search powerhouses like Google and Bing are like the Great Oracle…they see everything. Unfortunately, they can’t because they aren’t divine at all; they are just web spiders who index pages by following one hyperlink after the other http://www.makeahistory.com/index.php/free-stuff/3774-10-search-enginesThe Invisible Web refers to the part of the WWW that’s not indexed by the search... more
Many folks who are just tuning into the HTML5 saga because of the battle between Adobe and Apple are surprised to learn that the push to create a fifth official version of the HTML specification began six years ago. And that's just the first half of the story because the latest implementations, while nice, are far from standards. The HTML5 demos from Apple, for instance, are impressive, but they only run well on Safari.
While the jokes may sting and waiting for more general adoption is tiresome, it would be a mistake to simply ignore HTML5. There are not only powerful companies behind it, but there's also the standard process of technological development. The software -- both browsers and tools -- tends to absorb all of the orbiting extras, incorporating them into the main standard.
[ Also on InfoWorld: Despite HTML5, Web designers have good reasons to cling to Flash for rich Web content. See "HTML5 vs. Flash: The case for Flash." ]
HTML5 will change many aspects of life on the Web. It will not displace Flash or Shockwave: One glance at the games on Miniclip.com, such as Jet Ski Racer, shows how much ground the HTML5 committee must cover. But HTML5 will still remake the Web and enable basic Websites to do much more -- from tracking our location to storing more of our data in the cloud. HTML5 tags will displace plug-ins for simpler jobs, at least some of the time, and it will open up advanced capabilities to a larger audience. It might even make the Web more secure, more efficient, and more adaptable.
To see where this new standard may take us, I collected the opinions from a number of developers, programmers, and designers. Here is an unordered list of ways that the Web may change as HTML5 is gradually adopted and standardized.Many folks who are just tuning into the HTML5 saga because of the battle between Adobe... more
It has long been debated that the use of style sheet languages such as CSS is said to be much more efficient than the use of ordinaryHTML tables. Ever since the growth of the world wide web, professionals of the industry have sought ways on how to improve the presentation of their websites both efficiently and effectively. Style sheet languages such as CSS have perfected this need and became the universal language for designers and developers alike. The question is, what are the reasons why CSS is much more useful than the use of HTML tables?
Several advantages has been cited on the use of CSS in web design. Some of those advantages are as follows:
* Faster loading of pages
* Efficient and easy
* SEO friendly
* Sophisticated layouts and designs
* Bandwidth efficient
http://mukundcreations.com/blog/index.php/2010/05/top-10-reasons-why-css-is-better-than-html-tables/It has long been debated that the use of style sheet languages such as CSS is said to... more
I've decided to embark on the experiment of disabling most of my social network sync/forwarding/cross-post settings and just funneling everything through Posterous. The main idea is to create a single pipeline through which all content is routed, and Posterous is a great service to do so, as long as you're comfortable giving that service a lot of power.
Several heavy social network using friends have recommended Posterous to me already, but I've always felt turned off by the email part. I know email's convenient and ubiquitous and for the most part accepted by the entire world, but it's my least favorite place to hang out these days (ok, my voicemail inbox is worse, but barely). I pretty much hate checking my Gmail... a wasteland of starred items that I starred to remind myself to come back to, but never did, and now they make me feel bad about myself every time I log in.
But I digress. Using Posterous isn't about hanging out in my inbox, it's simply about using the email protocol to post pretty much anything to anywhere: text, photos, videos, etc., to blogs, Facebook profiles/pages, Twitter, etc. I can access my email with my computer or my mobile phone, and I always have one or both of them on me at all times. The service is a lot more robust than how I'm explaining it, so if you're befuddled I recommend you read the Posterous FAQ for a very thorough walk-through.
Essentially I'm disabling cross-posting Del.icio.us links to Tumblr, blip.fm posts to Friendfeed, Flickr photos to Facebook, Facebook status updates to OMG I CAN'T KEEP TRACK OF ALL MY CROSS-POSTING ANYMORE, DID IT ORIGINATE IN MY LAST.FM SETTINGS OR MY TWITTER OAUTH, I NEED TO START OVER. See? I've gone crazy. So I'm linking all my online accounts to Posterous only, and I'm going to use the Posterous email protocol to send my content exactly where I want. I like experiments! This will be fun!
Here's how it works:
*I want to post a photo to Flickr: email@example.com
*I want to post the same photo to Flickr and Friendfeed: firstname.lastname@example.org
*I want to post the same piece of content to every service I've linked to Posterous: email@example.com
*I want to post something to my Posterous account, but not to any of my linked services: firstname.lastname@example.org
And so on.
Now, because I really do belong to a ton of social networks that I use regularly, completely switching up my sharing methods is a little complicated, and I've already run into a few stumpers. So I thought this would be a good opportunity to share any little tricks I figure out along the way with all of you that 1) might already be baffling you, or 2) you may come across eventually if you decide to use Posterous the way I'm using it.
My first issue arose when I posted a Photo Booth pic from my computer to Flickr via Posterous email:
As you can see, the subject line of my email posted perfectly as my Flickr photo title, but notice how my Flickr "description" is some lame promotional Posterous code and not what I wrote in the body of that email (it was about my stylish pajama bottoms)? No hard feelings Posterous, I know that's how you're getting the word out and all, but... no thanks. I already wrote my own Flickr photo description in the body of the email I sent, and that's all I want to see.
How to fix it:
In your Flickr account advanced settings on Posterous, you see how Posterous auto-populates your Flickr photo's description with their own footer, which makes perfect sense. They're not hiding anything or being devious, and I was able to achieve what I wanted simply by replacing their default code with this:
Now, when I send an email to email@example.com, whatever I post in the subject line will convert to my Flickr title, and whatever I post in the body of my email along with my attached photo will become my Flickr description! It will be as if I uploaded through Flickr directly. Nobody will know. Easy as pumpkin pie, right? (Obviously you can screw around with the codes to get your own desired effect).
More Posterous tips as I discover them along the path of my little experiment. If you use Posterous and have any tricks of your own, please share them with the rest of us. This effer took me all morning. ;)I've decided to embark on the experiment of disabling most of my social network... more
This article finally putting the website developers' debate to rest by giving us the keys to building a killer website. Here are all the pros and cons and why both Flash and Html have their uses.This article finally putting the website developers' debate to rest by giving us... more
Do you ever wonder if Web design is dead, considering the proliferation of blogs and blog templates available on the Internet today? These 50 blogs will prove that Web design is more relevant than ever.Do you ever wonder if Web design is dead, considering the proliferation of blogs and... more
This is after I got my Laptop working with Flash,
for a long time it would not work with all types of flash.
it was a nice HoT Day so I went outside after fixing my Laptop.
in this Video you see me chating with my Viewers on Ustream.tv
http://twitter.e-tard.tvThis is after I got my Laptop working with Flash, for a long time it would not work... more
HTML joke! In Helvetica! (for those who follow those things.)
Also, seriously, end war. Not just the ones in Afghanistan and Iraq, but the idea that forcing people in one country to kill people in another country proves something.
Since these are all handmade, they are available in a near infinite number of color combos. Shown here is light green text on dark green shirt.HTML joke! In Helvetica! (for those who follow those things.) Also, seriously, end... more
Two more issues,if you want to use the old blogger post editor,you just have to insert in the position,where you want to place the 'read more' link.Two more issues,if you want to use the old blogger post editor,you just have to insert... more
In our era of immediate gratification, creating a quick and responsive web experience is often as important as the product or service you’re trying to sellIn our era of immediate gratification, creating a quick and responsive web experience... more
Whether you like it or not, Facebook has more than doubled Myspace in size in the last year. Many websites sponsor both sites, but it is becoming apparent who is priority these days. Some phones come with an application all setup for Facebook and many accounts are closing on Myspace. Members are "Making the switch", which has been an almost too common subject line in Myspace friend bulletins, messages and status updates. Are you "making the switch" or is this just a boom of people addicted to social networking engines that just have to have their status updates?
http://www.techcrunch.com/2009/01/22/facebook-now-nearly-twice-the-size-of-myspace-worldwide/Whether you like it or not, Facebook has more than doubled Myspace in size in the last... more