Interesting Links

In the last few months I’ve gathered some links that may trigger your interest. Most of them are IT and FOSS related and only one is from Oil and Gas sector. Yes, it is sometimes hard to share Oil and Gas resources because of the closed and competitive nature of the business and copyrights/trademarks or other Intellectual Property Rights issues. And I don’t want to get in trouble by doing that for sure. 🙂 I hope you will get some benefits from the following links. IT and FOSS MultiCD – multicd.sh is a shell script designed to build a multiboot … Continue reading Interesting Links

Interesting Links

I have collected some interesting links I found on the Net with various topics. I hope they could inspire you. Hardening the Linux desktop – Please login first to get the article in PDF. This tutorial was written for the Linux beginners. It shows you how to make your Linux desktop secure and free from virus/malware attacks. Although it was meant for the desktop, this tutorial put basics for hardening the Linux server. A recommended reading material for Linux users. (via Linux.com) Lazy Linux: 11 secrets for lazy cluster admins – Do you have Linux clusters running on your organization? … Continue reading Interesting Links

Interesting WP Plugins: WP GuestMap and WP Flickr Photo Album

Right now I’m playing around with two new WordPress plugins I found yesterday. First plugin is WP GuestMap plugin. It can produce some maps for your WP blog using Google Maps as its back end engine. Some to mention are guest locator map, online tracker map, stats map and weather map. Do you want to see the real examples of those maps? Just browse this weblog around. 🙂 Or, follow these clues. Online Tracker Map -> on the right sidebar of the main page of this weblog. Guest Locater and Weather maps -> on the right sidebar of the About … Continue reading Interesting WP Plugins: WP GuestMap and WP Flickr Photo Album

Interesting Links (2)

After attending the Asia Source II camp for more than a week, I am back to the real life again, sitting in front of my computer and doing my daily activities. I must say, being there in that camp was one of the best experiences I’ve ever had in my life. I hope I could meet you again somewhere in the future. Here are some interesting links I found today while I surfed the Internet. Some of them were triggered by the issue IlmuKomputer.Com is facing at the moment. Me and Mas Romi were in discussion how we are accomodating … Continue reading Interesting Links (2)

Links Collection

Some interesting links I found while I dug digg.com and other websites today. I hope they are going to enlighten you someway. What’s the difference between working on an open source project and working on a paid job Top WordPress Plugins Instalinux – Create a Custom hands-free Linux install image How to use WordPress to run a magazine, news website (via Weblog Tools Collection) MyHeritage – Family 2.0 and Genealogy – a genealogy-based social network. (via Linux.com) Continue reading Links Collection

Yet Another Random Quranic Verse plugin for WordPress

Yesterday night I had some free time to tweak a little bit the Quran Search Engine (QSE) found here and adapted its random quranic verse feature as a WordPress plugin. I call it Yet Another Random Quranic Verse. Just like the other plugin provided by Usayd, the Random Qur’an, the new plugin will retrieve its data from third party and display one verse randomly. What makes it different is the possibility to display random quranic verse in seven languages, namely English (Yusuf Ali), Indonesian, Dutch, French, German, Italian and Spanish, besides in Arabic and Latin. So, the accumulation wil be three types of output at the same time (Arabic, Latin and language of choice). Furthermore, no images whatsoever have been used to produce Arabic verses of Quran.
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