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Better Human Race

Better Human Race is the easiest way to raise money for charity. Search with Yahoo, Shop with Amazon, Connect with Facebook, and use our toolbar. I am co-founder and currently the developer of all Better Human Race technology.
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Configuring Phusion Passenger on a 256MB Ubuntu Slice @Slicehost

I installed Phusion Passenger a few weeks ago to get a production environment up and running for my Rails app. It was super easy to install and felt like magic. I checked off the item on my TODO and moved on. After all it didn’t say “YOUR APP WILL BE SLOW AS [...]
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How to quickly set up a test for Twitter OAuth authentication from your local machine

Working with API’s such as Twitter from your local machine can be a pain. A problem that comes up is Twitter does not let you set your callback URL to hit your localhost. If you are working with OAuth on your local machine and want to test the user authorization flow, you are screwed. [...]
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Gig&Tell

Gig&Tell is a service I created to help bands market themselves with minimal effort. It is currently in Alpha testing mode and I will provide more information about the service soon.
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Peaks Over Poverty

Peaks Over Poverty seeks to bring rural people and outdoor enthusiasts together to promote healthy living and the conservation of mountain resources. I am developed a website that will let their climbers raise money online and blog about their climbing experiences.
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Your Daily Song Fix

Your Daily Song Fix is my music blog that features a new song every day. It focuses on underplayed, forgotten, and unknown music.
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How to point your browser at websites on your server without registering a domain

I recently started managing my own server and found it difficult to point my browser somewhere on my system without going through DNS records and registering a domain name. That is sort of a pain, but here is a quick hack to make this super easy. Let’s say you want to create an admin site [...]
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