luni, septembrie 28, 2009
marți, septembrie 22, 2009
luni, septembrie 21, 2009
duminică, septembrie 20, 2009
Azi am creat un Ball :)
Noi figuri obtinute cu NeoCubul :)
vineri, septembrie 18, 2009
joi, septembrie 17, 2009
urmeaza descrierea la cum lucreaza reCAPTCHA:
reCAPTCHA seems like a perfect match for Google: it's a project that generates CAPTCHAs and uses the results to digitize books. "reCAPTCHA improves the process of digitizing books by sending words that cannot be read by computers to the Web in the form of CAPTCHAs for humans to decipher. (...) Each new word that cannot be read correctly by OCR is given to a user in conjunction with another word for which the answer is already known. The user is then asked to read both words. If they solve the one for which the answer is known, the system assumes their answer is correct for the new one."
marți, septembrie 15, 2009
duminică, septembrie 13, 2009
Your BBQ and grilling exploits don't require a premium barbecue—in fact with a little scavenging you can be sporting a spacious grill for very little cash outlay. Follow this simple tutorial to turn a 55-gallon drum into a grill.
Barbecuing is a forgiving process. You need meat, heat, and a place to combine the two for an extended period of time. A steel 55-gallon drum has a large volume—great for keeping a stable temperature—and a broad cross section for laying out a variety of cuts and burgers.
Johnny Blegs, an industrious tinkerer, put together a tutorial at the DIY site Instructables which takes you from acquiring a drum all the way to putting the finishing touches on your new grill. If you scavenge carefully, as he did, you can get your hands on nearly all the parts for free. Even if you're not as lucky, it's not an expensive project given the size of the grill you end up with. Check out the tutorial for additional photos and tips.
Have experience building grills or outdoor ovens? Share the wealth in the comments below.
joi, septembrie 10, 2009
# mysql -u user -p pass
# mysql > create database newdb;
# mysql > use newdb;
# mysql > source path_to_sqldump;
# mysql > commit;
# mysql >
#mysqldump -u root -p databasename > database.sql