May 2012 archive

May 30 2012

HTTP Status Code Definitions Explained

I ran in to into Error 500 issue about a week ago as soon as I tried to edit the .htaccess file on the server. I was blindsided because I had no clue what Error 500 stand for and the hosting service support team was useless because they told me that my name servers are …

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May 22 2012

Removing www from your URL

I finally decided to shut down my home based server for HTTP use for good. Why? With all the school work, I don’t have time to fix issues with the system. It comes with an added benefit of having a site that will be up 99.99%(according to the hosting provider’s uptime guarantee.) unless I make …

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May 18 2012

Documentary: Planet Earth’s Northern Hemisphere

Title: How the Earth was Made Producers: http://planet–earth.ca/ Type: Satellite time-lapse Country: Canada Year: 2011 Website: web Opinion: A great time-lapse of Planet Earth, created using images from geostationary Electro-L Weather Satellite. The images are in 121 MP high resolution and taken between May 14th, and end on May 20th, 2011. Just a nice touch …

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May 14 2012

How to choose a computer based on your needs

Laptop failure rate by manufacturer 2010

When you want to buy a laptop or a desktop, there are many options available in the Canadian market. A lot of Canadians buy several computers within a short period because compared to other countries in Asia and Europe, we have one of the lowest prices in consumer electronics. While it is an advantage, often …

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May 11 2012

Volunteerism in a whole old level

For millions of years volunteerism has been a part of our civilization across the world. The well known African proverb, it takes a village to raise a child, is a classic example of community volunteering spirit. In recent years, developed countries like Canada promoted a new kind of volunteerism; the “mutual volunteerism”. What makes this …

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