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A PHP/PostgreSQL E-Zine available

Hi all,

I am starting up an E-Zine detailing development ideas and the like
concerning PHP and postgresql. This is a freebie but it does have a
donation page on it. :)

This first issue discusses some safer web application development than
most PHP tutorial books do. It's basically a "What they don't tell you"
kind of publication.

You can reach an archive of issues and subscribe to new issue
announcements at:

http://amduus.com/phpezine/

Hope you find something useful in it.
Jul 19 '05 #1
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Scott Auge <sc********@yahoo.com> writes:
I am starting up an E-Zine detailing development ideas and the like
concerning PHP and postgresql.


Anything on postgresql is good.
--
Seek simplicity and mistrust it.
Alfred North Whitehead

Who would have thought that there are so many things in the world
that I do not want?
Socrates, while strolling through the marketplace in Athens
Jul 19 '05 #2
On Fri, 01 Jul 2005 09:20:24 +0000, Caligula wrote:
Who would have thought that there are so many things in the world
that I do not want?

Socrates, while strolling through the marketplace in Athens


Wouldn't you think that he would be clever enough not to waste his
time on pointless matters like that?

Wouldn't you think that anyone would be clever enough not to waste
their time repeating it?
Jul 19 '05 #3
HiHo <si****@que.no.sabe.net> writes:
On Fri, 01 Jul 2005 09:20:24 +0000, Caligula wrote:
Who would have thought that there are so many things in the world
that I do not want?

Socrates, while strolling through the marketplace in Athens
Wouldn't you think that he would be clever enough not to waste his
time on pointless matters like that?


Strolling is pointless ?
You have missed the whole point of living !
:-)
Wouldn't you think that anyone would be clever enough not to waste
their time repeating it?


So Plato wasted his time writing down what Socrates said ?
LOL !

--

Seek simplicity and mistrust it.
Alfred North Whitehead

"I have the heart of a child; I keep it in a jar on my desk."
Jul 19 '05 #4

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