This is my almost no configuration needed bash backup script for MySQL. The script first uses the mysql command line application to get a list of every database on your MySQL server, then loops through the list of databases and creates a separate dump file for each database. You do need to create a ~/.my.cnf […]Read More MySQL Backup Script
From Ars Technica: New school program for iOS apps doesn’t address all IT needsRead More New school program for iOS apps doesn’t address all IT needs
Up until now I’ve kept gaming out of this blog. It’s supposed to be a blog about aspects of being an IT Professional, but every now and that one needs a diversion. Anyway… Yes I purchased StarCraft II, but not on release day, and I didn’t pre-order. I did go for the digital download option. […]Read More StarCraft II Digital Download Mac Install Bug
Spent the past week trying to figure out why in the world I qualify for a new iPhone 4 at the full AT&T subsidized price when I just got my iPhone 3G S last year around May. My coworker who got his iPhone 3G S before I did last year didn’t qualify. Today I finally […]Read More iPhone 4 Ordered!
Apple announced iPhone 4 today at WWDC. One of the most interesting bits is that AT&T is offering full subsidized price ($199 for 16 GB, $299 for 32 GB) to anyone who’s contract is up in 2010. On a whim I checked, and yup I’m eligible. Cool, but I don’t have $299 for an upgrade. […]Read More iPhone 4 Announced
ThinkGeek’s Phantom Keystroker V2 is intended to be a practical joke to play on unsuspecting friends, family, coworkers. The USB device is the size of a flash drive. When connected to a computer it emulates a keyboard and mouse and periodically toggles caps lock, types random text, or wiggles the mouse. There is plenty of […]Read More ThinkGeek’s Phantom Keystroker