This barely made the news but you should know that jQuery 1.4 is now out with lots of performance improvements and a few new features.
If you play a lot with Compiz Fusion and managed to ruin your config file and now you can’t boot into GNOME, here’s a simple command line fix:
gconftool-2 --recursive-unset /apps/compiz
In Mac OS X, here’s a terminal command to show processes that use your network connection:
lsof -P -i -n | cut -f 1 -d " " | uniq
Recently, the Apache Foundation was hacked and compromised, but managed to limit it and bounce from it pretty quickly. Here’s a rundown of things that happened with their corrective actions. Useful for DIY administrators.
khtml2png is a Linux app that you can install to take webpage screenshots from the commandline without troubling yourself with browsers and a mouse!