Posts Tagged ‘graffitied’

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Understanding and Reducing Buffering

Posted: , By Patcoola

Buffering is the act to downloading a section of an Internet stream (Broadcast) in advance, this is often not seen, but many people do see a waiting for buffer event, this occurs when the stream does not download faster than the broadcast playback.

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Script: SQLite3 API [PHP Class]

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Script Title: sqlite_api
Programming Language: PHP
Date Created: 2014-10-14

Purpose: Easy interface to control and manage a SQLite Database with PHP.

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R&D 2014-10-20: Sync Server Time with JavaScript

Posted: , By Patcoola

Using the PHP’s time() function to set the date in JavaScript. Useful for when the Website would like the visitor to be able to view the same date and time that the Website has.

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The Steam Trading Card Market

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Steam’s trading cards look like away to make Steam money and get free games but is this really a sound or stable method of getting free stuff or does it actually costs you more money.

I’ll demonstrate the costs off participating in Steam trading cards and if it’s really worth it to you the consumer.

Note although, you don’t have to buy a game to collect cards and craft badges, the figures in this article focuses on purchasing games.

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BitTorrent Sync

Posted: , By Patcoola

Backup our files, share with family or office over the Internet or local network quick and simple.

BitTorrent Sync is the first of it’s kind program that backups your files over any number of computers/devices and allows you to share and access your files from anywhere and it’s FREE.

BitTorrent Sync uses BitTorrent peer to peer technology to backup your files in real time and maximize data transfers between each computer/device.

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When Backlinks Don’t Work

Posted: , By Patcoola

Back-links are the best way to improve your Web page’s search results, however, many people have abused free Website services such as forums, bulletin board reviews and comments added to the growth of Spam. In this article I’ll explain briefly the problem with Backlink abuse and how the Web has made Back-linking almost impossible.

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