Links of the day

Some interesting links to check out:

Scrybe - online organizer

Scrybe (beta) is an interesting online calendar software with some great features. Here is a video demo:

Forbes Using Drupal


Forbes has a new sites called Office Pranks which uses Drupal.

Suspended from Bluehost for Installing Drupal 5

UPDATE: This issue has not happened since then. I'm now running several Drupal sites on a couple of Bluehost accounts with no problems.

Prevent Framing of Your Web Site With JavaScript


I found a nice tip on about removing the top frame when other sites try to frame your Web site in a frame. Some common examples are Google Images and

Here is the code to prevent other Web sites from showing your site inside of a frame:

Netbeans as a Ruby on Rails Editor

In my post on the E Text Editor, someone recommended checking out using Net Beans for Ruby on Rails development.

Call of Duty and Computer Games Web Site

For a while I have been thinking about building a computer games Web site. I don't play computer games, but I think that it would be an interesting subject for a Web site.

I started doing a little research with Call of Duty. Game demos are available at If looking to buy the game, there are several versions including the Call of Duty Battle Pack which comes with Call of Duty 1, Call of Duty: United Offensive, and Call of Duty 2.

Credit Card Debt - The Secret History of the Credit Card


PBS has an interesting series called The Secret History of the Credit Card.

George W Bush's Approval Ratings - 71% Disapprove


In July 2007, George Bush's approval ratings hit a low of 25% with 71% of Americans disapproving of the President. More historical Bush ratings here.

Here is Bush admitting that Saddam had nothing to do with 9/11:

Question: [What did Iraq have to do with the attack on the world trade center?]

George Bush: Nothing

Here is the video:

E Text Editor - Textmate on Windows? (and Linux)

A good text editor is an essential tool for people who write a lot of text or code. After a long search for the perfect editor, including jEdit, Emacs, SciTE and others, I've settled on Vim.

Last night I found out about a new editor that looks promising.

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