Personally I have long switched to electronic books, and already forgotten when I read something in the paper. First it was a PocketPC 2002 (Haali), then PDA Asus, now Android (FBReader). Long and firmly sitting on the format of FB2. But sometimes it happens that interesting book is not available in FB2 version. Here comes solution I found several days ago that can help with conversion into fb2
One problem I faced on my multi-language blog setup - it has different feeds for each language. Multi-language plugin WPML which I use does not have feature to mix feeds into one. I like my subscribers to see one common feed which is merged for all languages and leave possibility to subscribe to one language also. I setup simple solution using pure PHP.
This setup I've created for one of my client over 4 years ago. The task was - optimize mail delivery. There are number of software packages doing legitimate mailing with lists of addresses. Traffic is about 20Gb of mails per day. Most of 5 servers where 99% CPU busy with load average of 10-20.
HTML5 slowly releases all its beauty. Before HTML5 one thing which was almost completly out of our control was the browser history manipulation without full page reload (location.hash hacks are not counted here). With appearence of HTML5 History API all things changed, now it is possible to add elements to the history, add navigation handlers and more. This time I am going to dive into HTML5 History API.