Django: Creating a Custom Middleware ComponentDjango: Creating a Custom Middleware Component:
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Cross-domain Ajax with Cross-Origin Resource Sharing | NCZOnlineCross-domain Ajax with Cross-Origin Resource Sharing | NCZOnline: "Access-Control-Allow-Origin – same as in simple requests.
Gray-B-Gon wind-powered evapotron for graywater disposalGray-B-Gon wind-powered evapotron for graywater disposal:
Why We Shut Down Charm on the Eve of Public Launch, at $48k/Year and Growing « Unicornfree with Amy Hoy: Creating And Selling Your Own ProductsWhy We Shut Down Charm on the Eve of Public Launch, at $48k/Year and Growing « Unicornfree with Amy Hoy: Creating And Selling Your Own Products: "Now we’ve discovered that there’s some kind of base incompatibility with Ubuntu, which is giving us kernel panics which nobody can track down. Charm has been plagued by mystery technical problems from the beginning, when we had to backport from Rails 3.x to 2.x because of massive performance slowdowns which even Rails Core members couldn’t identify."
£2.75m Gold Melt - 500k Gold Bar Being Made - YouTube£2.75m Gold Melt - 500k Gold Bar Being Made - YouTube: ""
The second-order-diff Git trick - Tom Moertel’s BlogThe second-order-diff Git trick - Tom Moertel’s Blog: "The idea is to replace git reset with git stash, should you need to back up and try again with an adjusted sledgehammer. Using stash not only resets your working tree back to the starting point but also stashes the result of the applying the previous sledgehammer. Then you can apply your new sledgehammer and use git diff stash to review how it changed your original working tree differently than the previous sledgehammer. In this way, you can more easily verify that adjusting your sledgehammer worked as expected. Once everything looks good, git commit as usual."
Stunning Dita Von Teese in Revolutionary 3D-Printed Dress - My Modern MetropolisStunning Dita Von Teese in Revolutionary 3D-Printed Dress - My Modern Metropolis: "Burlesque performer Dita Von Teese modeled the very first fully articulated 3D-printed dress at an unveiling party earlier this week at Ace Hotel New York. The spectacular garment is made of 17 individually printed pieces with 3,000 articulated joints. To further glamorize the piece, the designers adorned the netted pattern with 12,000 black Swarovski crystals. Created by designer Michael Schmidt and architect Francis Bitonti, in collaboration with Shapeways, the black gown boasts an ease in movement that paves the way for future 3D-printed fashion."
New HTML Parser: The long-awaited libxml2 based HTML parser code is live. It needs further work but already handles most markup better than the original parser.
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