Recently we had content theft problem on one of the sites we worked on. Content theft or bandwidth theft occurs when somebody links directly to an image (or any other file) on your server and displays it on their page.
At 4 a.m. on May 1, 1964 BASIC has been born and marked beginning of personal computing. Year before (1963) two Dartmouth’s College professors, Thomas Kurtz and John Kemeny, had an idea to create computer language that would be easy to use, but strong enough to make use of ’63 computers – that idea produced [...]
Chris Shiflett wrote an article on the topic of PHP sessions and ways to implement secure sessions or at least more secure then ordinary PHP session mechanism. Article is called “The Truth about Sessions” and has been published in PHP Magazine. It can be useful both for novice and experienced programmers because it starts with [...]
Recently we were going through some old backup CDs and, as you probably know, you can find some strange things there (especially after over 10 years of programming and web development). Anyway, we have stumbled on old versions of Array Studio site and that sparkled idea that we should make an Array Studio Time Machine. [...]
While I was seeking for inspiration throughout the Net one place jumped to my face. B-MAN has excellent royalty free stock photos, some very interesting tutorials. And A LOT of inspiring stuff! Check it out now!
We have decided to create a set of Array Studio blogs that will be maintained by our members. Posts will contain everything from Array Studio news to regular IT news, tutorials, site reviews, tips & tricks, etc. We hope that this will be useful to our visitors and clients. If you have any suggestions or [...]