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  • Oldskooler Ramblings (1,235)
    the unlikely child born of the home computer wars---
    Hi, I’m Jim Leonard. I am a child of the early 1980s, defined by the personal computer explosion, new wave music, and post-modern artistic style of that era. Despite that upbringing, I am not a Mac lover (although I don’t hate them either). My parents made sure I was awake early in the morning to personally witness the first launch of the Space Shuttle, and also the first broadcast hour of MTV. I think that says a lot about my early influences.
  • Dude I Want That! (1,181)
    A Geek's Gift Guide of Gadgets, Gear, Novelties and Zombies
    * Updated daily
  • gopher.floodgap.com (1,122)
    Welcome to Floodgap Systems' official gopher server.
    Floodgap has served the gopher community since 1999
    (formerly gopher.ptloma.edu). ** OVER A DECADE OF SERVICE! **

    Welcome users of gopherproject.org -- we are now maintaining
    that domain as an alias.

    We run Bucktooth 0.2.9 on xinetd as our server system.
    gopher.floodgap.com is an IBM Power 520 Express with a 2-way
    4.2GHz POWER6 CPU and 8GB of RAM, running AIX 6.1 +patches.
    Send gopher@floodgap.com your questions and suggestions.
  • goffer.dyn-o-saur.com (1,106)
    Welcome to the truly retro gopherspace at goffer.dyn-o-saur.com!
    This server is situated on the planet earth and expanded the
    diminishing gopherspace back in 2006. Enjoy a touch of the past!
    -- Per Foyer a.k.a foy
  • SDF.lonestar.org (1,073)
    Welcome to the SDF Public Access UNIX System .. est. 1987
    =========================================================
    We offer FREE and inexpensive memberships for people interested
    in the UNIX system and internetworking. Personal GOPHERSPACE
    is available to all users as well as hundreds of UNIX utilities,
    games and networking utilities. We are a federally recognized
    non-profit 501(c)7 organization and we are supported entirely
    by donations and membership dues. telnet://sdf.org
  • Homepage Koos van den Hout (1,043)
    My homepage with my news, wardriving updates, rants, thoughts, weird projects and other stuff I like to share with the world.
  • Tips For Treasure Hunters (1,033)
    TIPS & TRICKS FOR METAL DETECTOR USERS
    TomsTreasure.com
  • Paul M. Jones (945)
    Paul M. Jones is an internationally recognized PHP expert, working in that language since 1999, and programming in general since 1983. He has held roles from junior developer to VP of Engineering in all kinds of organizations (corporate, military, non-profit, educational, medical, and others). He is a regular speaker at technical conferences worldwide.

    As the author of Modernizing Legacy Applications in PHP and Solving the N+1 Problem in PHP, Paul takes a special interest in high-quality, high-maintainability coding practices. His leadership on the Aura for PHP project reflects this interest, along with his white paper on the Action-Domain-Responder pattern.

    Among his other open-source work, Paul was the architect of the Solar Framework and the creator of the Savant template system. He has authored a series of authoritative benchmarks on dynamic framework performance. He was a founding contributor to the Zend Framework (the DB, DB_Table, and View components).

    Paul was a founding member of the PHP Framework Interoperability Group, and was the driving force behind the PSR-1 Coding Standard, PSR-2 Style Guide, and PSR-4 Autoloader recommendations. He was one of the first elected members of the PEAR Project. He was also a member of the Zend PHP 5.3 Certification education advisory board, and wrote some of the questions on that test.

    In a previous career, Paul was an operations intelligence specialist for the US Air Force, and enjoys putting .308 holes in targets at 400 yards.
  • A Most Agreeable Pastime (880)
    “Ah, there you are! We’ve been waiting for you! Welcome to The Manor – do come in.”
  • Cardboard Towns | Città Di Cartone (844)
    Paintings, doodles, videos & other elegant devices to cover up wall fissures by Marco Bigliazzi