Entertainment with HDs 

Here's a creative way to get rid of old hard drives.

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New Web Service 

I've recently been looking into live streaming for our church services. I didn't understand where to get started. I saw tutorials for Linux and wondered if I could pull it off using Windows. Different tutorials said to use different software. So several months ago, I was quite confused and just gave up.

A few weeks ago, I stumbled on a really nice website that gives all the steps to setting up a shoutcast server in Windows. The streaming concept is pretty smart, and that's what I learned about. You use the Winamp plugin to encode the stream and it sends it out to a DNAS server. This is just a program running on a high-speed internet connection that receives the stream from the source and distributes it to clients.

So we now are capable of live streaming our church services on the web!

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Yay!!! Today I figured out how to do some AJAX. Yesterday I found a simple script that would perform an AJAX request, but I wanted something a little more in depth. I found just what I needed at

Generally, I avoid Javascript altogether. I really have no need of it and just plain don't like client-side scripting. But this AJAX stuff is pretty cool! If you have any good links or material, please post a comment.

Here's my first AJAX app. Sounds pretty nerdy! http://pksml.net/antipixel_ajax

AJAX links:
* http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/views ... ering+Ajax
* http://www-128.ibm.com/developerworks/j ... index.html
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Code-Bin Update 

Here's what I'm working on to improve the codebin:

Here's my post from a year ago:

3. Make a search feature. (difficult)
--Would be able to search by topic, type of code, poster...
Still working on this one... (Yes, I know it won't be THAT difficult)

5. Stop bots from rating the scripts. (easy - I think!)
-- Search engines go to every link they find, and thus rate one script 8 times, leaving an average of 4.5. They do that to this blog too. Arrrggghhh!
DONE. It was simple

Other updates:
1. A favicon.ico!!! Like it?
2. Implemented GeSHi, a syntax highlighter
3. Support for many more types of code
4. Cool web buttons on the left column

Make your own buttons --> http://pksml.net/antipixel_ajax
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New Code-Bin URL 

The Code-Bin now has a new URL!


I thought the old URL was a little long. :tongue:

Both the old and new URLs are completely functional.

Thanks to those who have posted so far!
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