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Here's two most popular sites in China, of pirated movies and TV shows. You'll find latest Batman etc there.
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I propose we rename the Internet to Misanthropolis.
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Obsolete Technologies 1990 〜 2000
a very strange apache rewrite problem.
i'm moving parts of my site at
wordyenglish.com. I have this in
… RewriteRule ^PageTwo_dir/Vocabulary_dir/(.*)$ http://wordyenglish.com/words/$1 [R=301,L] RewriteRule ^lit/(.*)$ http://wordyenglish.com/lit/$1 [R=301,L] RewriteRule ^lojban/(.*)$ http://wordyenglish.com/lojban/$1 [R=301,L] …
everything works, except the dir starting at
lit/. The error is a 404 on the original domain.
no other lines contains “lit/”. There's no “lit” dir in the original domain now.
Turning on rewrite log:
RewriteLog "logs/xx-RewriteLog.log" RewriteLogLevel 9
doesn't seem allowed or doesn't work with my web hosting environment. When these lines are present, browser returns a server error.
the problem occurs only with that one particular dir. Seems there's some magic with “lit/”.
the problem went away with this:
Not sure exactly what's the problem. Other dirs that are removed didn't have this problem. Just this dir.
Also, Ansari gave this tip: “the rewrite log rules must go in httpd.conf or your vhost configuration, not in .htaccess”.
Displaying Chinese Results Ugly Mixed Font
Safari 6 is released, but no more Windows version. Also, RSS reading feature is removed.
The fact that Apple removed RSS reader feature in Safari probably means that they've done market research and not many people are using it. I myself never used any RSS reader in browsers.
Popular RSS aggregate sites all went dead a year or two ago. The only one left and won't go away is Google Reader. Technorati seems still alive, though i haven't heard about it in gossips for years.
LOL. The WTF group split with W3C. So now there'd be 2 HTML5.
[whatwg] Administrivia: Update on the relationship between the WHATWG HTML living standard and the W3C HTML5 specification By Ian Hickson. @ lists.w3.org…
Welcome back 1999.
If i want a living standard, i can just subscribe to Vogue. I no need Google and Apple telling me what's correct thru their front group.
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