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New randomlygifted update brings more gift ideas and hopefully less garbage
One of my many side projects is randomlygifted, a random gift idea generator. It’s a site that constantly searches through Amazon, finds cool stuff (mostly) and then spits it out in a completely random fashion. I like to use it as a nice starting point when trying to figure out what kind of gifts to get people.
Clear Note Widget (Sticky Note App) Now Available For Android Phones
Yes, you heard it here first. I actually released an Android app.
To be honest, this isn’t my first foray (and probably won’t be the last) into Android. The first was an attempt to make a fun “game” that consisted of the Android mascot running on top of an infinitely-long office building. Or at least running until he (she? it?) crashed into a conveniently-placed, official US Postal Service mailbox.
php.angbox: teaching PHP in a not-so-boring way.
In my quest for total Internet domination, I’ve decided to launch a new section of angbox for learning PHP. It’s called: Learning PHP.
Gaming Amazon EC2 to get more web hosting for less
Like countless others, my web sites are running under Amazon EC2, the cloud-based web service. It has been, at least for anything above the free “micro” tier, rock solid. But the costs are certainly not the cheapest cloud hosting around. How do you get around that?
Things to Remember When Migrating a Website
After undergoing a multi-site migration only to watch things crash and burn, I’ve come up with a checklist of what to remember when migrating a website.
Setting Up nginx and Apache in 30 minutes
The angbox blog and all of my other web sites are now running on a lethal combination of nginx and Apache. That’s a huge improvement from a week ago, when my sites were barely running. If you’re looking for an alternative to running Apache by its bloated lonesome, check out this guide. If you’re looking for the latest saga of my Japan trip, or another post that has absolutely nothing to do with web development, you might want to skip it.
Reset the Root User or Password in a MySQL WAMP Setup
Running MySQL in a Windows XAMPP test environment is pretty common. Having to restore the root user, or having to reset the root user password, however, is not. Here’s how to get your root user back up and running on your WAMP system in no time.
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Angbox is the personal blog of Cary Ang, a web developer from New Jersey, and an attempt to write about the random things that move him.
An effort to teach practical PHP to programmers and non-programmers alike. Not sure where this is going...
New randomlygifted update brings more gift ideas and hopefully...
One of my many side projects is randomlygifted, a random gift idea generator. It's a site that constantly searches through Ama...
The Last Express: Poignant, entertaining, and just short of a ...
Nestled among some of the more recognizable games of 1997 - a list that included Fallout, Final Fantasy 7, and GoldenEye - was...
Curiosity (2012) - Carly Rae Jepsen: Catchy at its Finest
So, there's this new girl in town. Her name's Carly Rae Jepsen. She's Canadian, and she just joined Justin Bieber's new label....
Getting Around AT&T's Tiered Smartphone Data Plans
You've probably heard that AT&T's $30 unlimited* data plans have been dead and gone since the middle of last year, replaced wi...
Other Fun Angbox Sites
Clear Note Widget
Clear Note Widget is a sticky note and Post-it app for Android phones. Get it now!
The best of YouTube, shuffled.
Let randomlygifted find you the perfect (random) gift ideas.
The Nokia Phone Blog
My blog covering the latest developments in the wireless industry, Symbian/MeeGo, and Nokia phones.
The greatest deal aggregator that has ever existed. Okay, I'm a little biased here.
An eBay cell phone comparison shopping/price monitoring project. Buy your next cell phone through PhoneMatchup and save!