Kenjun

November 27, 2007

Socially Relevant Filmmaking

Filed under: Filmmaking, Films, Indie Films — kenjun @ 5:36 pm

Blog entry here:

http://www.soyte.com/blog/?p=1 

November 26, 2007

Sotheby’s: Russian Art and Paintings in London on 27th Nov 2007

Filed under: Art, Art Auctions, Investment, Venture Capital — kenjun @ 7:31 pm

More details here:

http://www.kenjun.com/vc/?p=5

Venture Capital and Business Angel blog

Filed under: Business Angel, Investment, Venture Capital — kenjun @ 6:22 pm

New Venture Capital and Business Angel blog started here:

http://www.kenjun.com/vc/ 

November 16, 2007

Blog

Filed under: Uncategorized — kenjun @ 11:04 am

Now hosted here…

Kenjun Techbits 

WordPress and Google Analytics

Filed under: WordPress — kenjun @ 3:24 am

Installing Google Analytics under WordPress:

Login to your dashboard, click on Presentation, Theme Editor and edit footer.php. Put your GA code at the bottom just before the </body> tag.

http://themeplayground.com/how-to-install-google-analytics-on-your-wordpress-blog

Export WordPress blog

Filed under: WordPress — kenjun @ 3:22 am

Here’s how:

Go to your control panel, click Manage and Export.  Then to import to another WordPress blog, do the same but use Import.

http://codex.wordpress.org/Administration_Panels#Export 

HTML Meta Redirect

Filed under: html — kenjun @ 3:20 am

To redirect to a new page

<meta http-equiv=”refresh” content=”3;url=http://www.kenjun.com/blog”>

In the content attribute, we have “3;url=http://www.kenjun.com/blog”

the number is the time, in seconds, before the page is redirected. Then, separated by a semi-colon (;) is the URL to be loaded.

Meta refresh tags usability problems

  • If the redirect happens quickly (less than 2-3 seconds), readers with older browsers can’t hit the “Back” button.
  • If the redirect happens quickly and goes to a non-existent page, your readers won’t be able to hit the “Back” button.

November 13, 2007

RPM – Redhat Package Manager…

Filed under: Linux, Systems Administration — kenjun @ 4:14 pm

What package owns a file:

rpm -ql /path/to/file

What files belong to a package

rpm -ql package_name

Verifying a package (note that this will be silent if there are no errors)

rpm -V package_name

http://www.tfug.org/helpdesk/linux/rpm.html

RPM – Redhat Package Manager…

Filed under: Linux, Systems Administration — kenjun @ 4:14 pm

What package owns a file:

rpm -ql /path/to/file

What files belong to a package

rpm -ql package_name

Verifying a package (note that this will be silent if there are no errors)

rpm -V package_name

http://www.tfug.org/helpdesk/linux/rpm.html

November 1, 2007

MacOSX Compact Sparse Image…

Filed under: Apache, MacBook, MacOSX — kenjun @ 10:03 pm

One useful OS X feature is the ability to create disk images. A disk image is a single file that, when double-clicked, appears like a typical hard drive to the operating system. (Most software you download comes on a disk image.) Disk images a great way to store related files that you don’t need to use often, as they can be “out of sight” until you need them. They’re also useful if you want to store something securely, as you can create encrypted disk images that require a password to mount.

There are essentially two types of disk images—a normal disk image and a sparse disk image. With a normal disk image, the disk image will consume as much drive space as its size, even when empty—i.e. a 40MB normal disk image requires 40MB of drive space, even if you’ve never used it. Sparse disk images, on the other hand, are disk image files that require just as much space as their contents require. So a 40MB sparse disk image will only need 40MB of drive space if you’ve saved 40MB of data onto it. The disk image will grow automatically as space is required.

What isn’t so obvious is that a sparse image won’t shrink automatically. Check out the link for a handy article on how to compact a sparse image.

http://www.macworld.com/weblogs/macosxhints/2007/06/compactsparse/index.php

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