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Ed Felten has an interesting post up this morning discussing the 09-f9 HD-DVD key and why the net has been replicating it so enthusiastically.
The other day we were faced with a dilemma: one of our clients needed to be able to upload daily (and sometimes hourly) videos for posting on their site - videos that were encoded as MPEGs, but needed to be FLVs.
Today a client sent us a new server certificate for their site. Not being involved in the process, I wasn't entirely certain that the certificate was matched to the appropriate private key.
Hi, everyone. I'm Chris, and I'm likely going to be talking about whatever I'm psyched about at the moment. It's going to be all over the map.
Today's topic: music. Specifically, interesting music tools I've seen pop up around the internets in the past few years.
This week I was trying to get some timing data from a process that was being run out of cron. Being lazy, and not wanting to rewrite the process itself, I decided to try getting the elapsed time directly from the cron entry.
The original cron entry was: