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Re: The ultimate approach to storing Sitecore media items in CDN - http://www.cognifide.com:81/blogs...
"In theory, you can output the url as <img src="//sitecore.level3.cognifide.com/storage/image.jpg"> and the browser will use the same protocol to fetch it as it uses for the source page. I got this idea from http://encosia.com/cripple-the... and actually did use it in one of the projects - surprisingly, it seems to work in all the browsers I did test with." - skolima
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Re: The ultimate approach to storing Sitecore media items in CDN - http://www.cogzg.cognifide.com/blogs...
"In theory, you can output the url as <img src="//sitecore.level3.cognifide.com/storage/image.jpg"> and the browser will use the same protocol to fetch it as it uses for the source page. I got this idea from http://encosia.com/cripple-the... and actually did use it in one of the projects - surprisingly, it seems to work in all the browsers I did test with." - skolima
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Re: The ultimate approach to storing Sitecore media items in CDN - http://www.cognifide.com/blogs...
"In theory, you can output the url as <img src="//sitecore.level3.cognifide.com/storage/image.jpg"> and the browser will use the same protocol to fetch it as it uses for the source page. I got this idea from http://encosia.com/cripple-the... and actually did use it in one of the projects - surprisingly, it seems to work in all the browsers I did test with." - skolima
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Re: Contributing to Mono 4.5 Support - Miguel de Icaza - http://tirania.org/blog...
"Does this finally mean the end of this bug? It has been cropping intermittently on the class status pages for a few years now! :-)" - skolima
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Re: Responsibly responsive. Mobile First Responsive Design. Part 1 - http://www.cognifide.com/blogs...
"I would argue that the devices that do not support media-query can safely be ignored. Yes, there are a large part of the 'mobile market' - but if a user is still clinging to an outdated device, it's also quite probably that he will not spend additional quids for data transfer charges - and the analytics confirm this. Those devices are _available_ for browsing, but they are not _used_. Partly because they are just painfully cumbersome, partly because the owners just aren't interested." - skolima
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"Guys, it's almost February 2012, and your Telerik JustDecompile advertisement still promises launch "this summer, 2011". Maybe it's time to update it?" - skolima
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"Guys - please, please stop confusing RAM and flash memory when talking about phone hardware! There's no phone currently that has "8 gigs of RAM"." - skolima
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"That's mostly specific to States, AFAIK. European countries have unlimited sick days (employer pays for at most 30 days or so, afterwards it's on the country budget). Also, e.g. in Poland if you come to work sick and are contagious, you could be liable to your employer if other workers get sick from you! Although I did never hear about anyone getting fined for this." - skolima
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Re: Google+ Poised To Surpass 10 Million Users In First Two Weeks? - http://www.wired.com/epicent...
"Facebook has this ability, but it's well hidden inside the post settings dialog. Never the less, it does exist." - skolima
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Re: Google+ Poised To Surpass 10 Million Users In First Two Weeks? - http://www.disqus.com/people...
"Facebook has this ability, but it's well hidden inside the post settings dialog. Never the less, it does exist." - skolima
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Re: Google+ Poised To Surpass 10 Million Users In First Two Weeks? - http://www.wired.com/busines...
"Facebook has this ability, but it's well hidden inside the post settings dialog. Never the less, it does exist." - skolima
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Yet Another "People Plug in Strange USB Sticks" Story - http://www.schneier.com/blog...
Good point: "The problem is that the OS trusts random USB sticks." - skolima
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A Whole Bunch of Amazing Stuff Pseudo Elements Can Do - http://css-tricks.com/pseudo-...
Amazing! I have to learn real css skills one day... - skolima
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"The bee vs. mobile phones urban legend? Really? So why no colony collapse in Europe, which had full cellular coverage a few years before US?" - skolima
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"The bee vs. mobile phones urban legend? Really? So why no colony collapse in Europe, which had full cellular coverage a few years before US?" - skolima
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Our plans to support modern browsers across Google Apps - http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011...
Maybe this will ease the life of web developers a little bit. - skolima
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First look: Fedora 15 arrives with GNOME 3.0 and systemd - http://arstechnica.com/open-so...
Screw Gnome 3, systemd is going stable! Although, on an unrelated note, Fedora has been using BTRFS since version 13... - skolima
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Barnes & Noble goes after Kindle with Nook Simple Touch Reader - http://arstechnica.com/gadgets...
Looks like a nice alternative to Kindle - same size, all touchscreen, no place wasted for physical keyboard. And promises the same battery life, we'll see about that. - skolima
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New Siemens SCADA Vulnerabilities Kept Secret - http://www.schneier.com/blog...
Important quote: "Unfortunately, secrecy sounds like a good idea. But that assumes that hackers can't discover vulnerabilities on their own, and that software companies will spend time and money fixing secret vulnerabilities. Both of those assumptions are false." - skolima
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Announcing Xamarin - http://tirania.org/blog...
What will happen with Mono after Attachmate - Miguel de Icaza announces his new startup. - skolima
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Natural gas fracking can make local well water explosive - http://arstechnica.com/science...
Czyli po polsku: wydobycie gazu łupkowego może spowodować wybuchy wód gruntowych. - skolima
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"Our brains are optimized to detect cheaters in a social exchange." - skolima
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Feature: Z-410: How ZFS is slowly making its way to Mac OS X - http://arstechnica.com/apple...
I guess Linux will get stable BTRFS earlier. - skolima
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Hacking Cars with MP3 Files - http://www.schneier.com/blog...
I never liked those stock stereo systems anyway. - skolima
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C# Compiler as a Service Update - http://tirania.org/blog...
Nice! "This functionality can also be used for scripts, in particular in Unix, you can now create C# "source executable" files" - skolima
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Windows Phone 7's future revealed: multitasking, IE9, Twitter - http://arstechnica.com/microso...
At least Nokia will have a good OS... Probably. - skolima
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Service Pack 1 completed for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 R2 - http://arstechnica.com/microso...
New feature: "Dynamic Memory brings memory overcommitment, of a kind, to Hyper-V; that is, it allows creation of virtual machines such that in aggregate the virtual machines think they have more physical memory than a server actually has installed." At last! - skolima
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Researchers enable mesh WiFi networking for Android smartphones - http://arstechnica.com/gadgets...
Wake me up when this is actually released and I can use it as a Walkie-Talkie :-) - skolima
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#661168: wiesz co jest w tobie najbardziej kobiece? - http://bash.org.pl/661168/
You know what is most feminine about you? What? :* Your parking skills :D - skolima
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