Better Group (And Personal) Password Management with KeePass & Dropbox

Managing multiple passwords within a group while maintaining security, good practices, and synchronization can be a challenge. We explore our utilization of a program called KeePass and a file-sharing system called Dropbox to help manage passwords.

8 Simple Tips For Making A Restaurant Web Site That Doesn’t Suck

We list some simple tips for building a great web site for a restaurant.

Twitter Advice for Companies: Engage Intelligently

Companies are moving to engage their customers left and right over Twitter. Here are a few tips to offer your customers the most bang for the buck.

Anatomy of a Smart Survey: Netflix Email Surveys

Netflix understands the key to a successful customer satisfaction survey: keeping it simple. We look at how to incorporate some of their best practices in your next survey.

Easy Tip: Tame Your Facebook Feed with Facebook Friend Lists

Change your Facebook bookmark to default to a feed with the people who matter most to you.

Project Management Tips from the Developer’s Point of View

Brandon discusses some helpful principles of project management, from the developer’s point of view.

10 Ways to Ensure Your Data is Safe From the Feds

We take a bit of a tongue-in-cheek look at the best ways to ensure your data is safe wherever you go. Just don’t blame us if you get tased by the feds.

Linux CLI Tutorial Part 1—Some Under-Utilized Bash Tools for the CLI Feeble

Working with the LAMP stack can be a bit confusing if you’ve found yourself using Windows as your IDE up to this point. We look at some basic CLI commands in Linux with cut, paste and tr, and how to make use of them.

A Simple mod_rewrite Tutorial: SEO-Friendly, Attractive URLs

Take a look at our guide to getting started with mod_rewrite—an Apache module that allows you to use clean and easy-to-read URLs to generate your dynamic pages.

Doing Twitter Right: Complete Twitter Immersion

We take a look at the quickest way to get going with Twitter and to make it work rather seamlessly with your Facebook and Firefox.