Pinterest is gaining much popularity in the past few month and is growing faster than any other standalone site ever.
The connection between Pinterest and facebook is working pretty well so far, but despite the immense growth they haven’t released an official opportunity to embed your Pinterest profile as a tab on facebook yet. There are already some hacks out there which show how to embed your profile as a tab, but they are pretty ugly and look non-professional because the facebook canvas is narrower than the Pinterest profile. Anyhow a more professional and more appealing solution is to use the mobile version of your Pinterest profile instead of the normal version…
Below is a detailed step by step instruction how to add your Pinterest profile as a tab on facebook. No coding skills required (continue reading…)
I just tried to install a fresh GAOSP Public Beta 3 (Android 2.2 Froyo) on my Samsung Galaxy i7500 and came across this error:
Finding update package… Opening update package… Verifying update package… Installing update… Formating SYSTEM… Copying files… Copying files… E:Can't mount /dev/block/mmcblk0p1 (no such device) E:Can't mount INTERNAL: E:Failure at line 328: copy_dir PACKAGE:dev_data INTERNAL: Sync data… .Installation failed
After that my old ROM was broken and the installation process failed again and again.
This is a result of a photo editing exercise which was part of my studies:
I’ll show you how to get the monthly active users of your Facebook application via FQL with the help of PHP…
Ehh wait, what’s FQL?
“Facebook Query Language, or FQL, enables you to use a SQL-style interface to query the data exposed by the Graph API. It provides for some advanced features not available in the Graph API, including batching multiple queries into a single call.”
These minimal movie posters were part of my application for my communication design studies. I tried to reduce each movie to one single object… Have fun. Feel free to comment!
This error appeared every time I wanted to install a theme automatically, even in the current version (2.9.1) of WordPress:
Downloading install package from http://wordpress.org/extend/themes/download/sample-theme.zip.
Unpacking the package.
Installing the theme.
Could not create directory. /var/www/html/web999/blog/wp-content/themes/sample-theme/
Theme Install Failed.
This error appeared every time I wanted to install a plugin automatically, even in the current version (2.9.1) of WordPress:
Downloading install package from http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/sample-plugin.zip.
Unpacking the package.
Installing the plugin.
Could not create directory. /var/www/html/web999/blog/wp-content/plugins/sample-plugin/
Plugin Install Failed.
WordPress is converting two dashes, called double dash, (“–”) into a en dash (“–”) automatically. It’s possible to hack the formatting.php to prevent this, but this is much more easy: (continue reading…)