Tuesday, November 20. 2012
How to watch Larry King Now Online Posted by Kevin Harrison at 12:40
Larry King Now is a talk show web series hosted by Larry King. Launched on July 17, 2012, Larry King Now is Larry King's first-ever web series, primarily featuring one-on-one interviews with "the day's most fascinating newsmakers, celebrities, world leaders and internet stars", similar in vein with his previous television series, Larry King Live (1985–2010) on CNN. It is the first venture of Ora TV, a production company launched in March 2012 by King and Carlos Slim.
The interviews for Larry King Now are taped during the week and episodes are aired every Monday through Thursday at 5pm ET. Watch the latest episode on Ora TV - http://www.ora.tv/larrykingnow
All of the interviews can be found on that page under the Full Episodes tab on http://www.ora.tv/larrykingnow
Thursday, February 17. 2011
Installing Alternative PHP Cache (APC) Posted by Kevin Harrison at 14:57
Alternative PHP Cache, better known as APC, is a free download that can be installed by using the PECL installer.
When using Linux, simply pass this command...
pecl install apc
After apc installs, the apc.so extension will need to be added to the server's php.ini.
Once added, restart apache.
To be sure that apc installed correctly, simply fire off a phpinfo() and check its output.
Tuesday, September 15. 2009
Sanatizing mysql inputs with php Posted by Kevin Harrison at 12:40
There are multiple options obviously for PHP, and one should use the quoting option provided by the ORM or extension one is using.
The most common ways are either MySQL/MySQLi or though PDO.
Monday, July 27. 2009
Traffic Blocking - AT&T IP ... Posted by Kevin Harrison at 03:19
If you're upset with AT&T's recent net neutrality violation, perhaps a fellow webmaster, here is a way to protest to AT&T's customer base.
Open up your trusty .htaccess and paste the following in side.
order allow, deny
This unfortunately will produce a hard error. To inform your traffic why this is happening you should create a custom 403 Forbidden error page. Below the allow/deny statement, add another line.
order allow, deny
Here is something decent to use for the time being. Just save the html code below to forbidden.html and place it into your web root directory.
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