A bunch of stuff I would have emailed you about.
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Magic Lantern for EOS M
How to identify context inside the WordPress dashboard
Transcend WiFi SD card hacking links
ADS-B: the internet of things in the sky
Need two-way encryption without mcrypt?
When not to use esc_js()
A smaller microcontroller for smaller jobs
Just catching on: MySQL supports tables in plain CSV
PCB prototyping services
Installing and using MEncoder for timelapsing
Building GEOS on CentOS
Detect MySQL’s “too many connections” error
Data sources for geographic boundaries
Speeding up MySQL joins on tables with TEXT columns, maybe
What is the difference utf8_unicode_ci and utf8_general_ci?
Testing apply_filters() times
Testing file include times for a file that may or may not exist
An American iPhone in Europe
SVN or git?
On wp_enqueue_scripts and admin_enqueue_scripts
@Adam: I’d seen `git log –find-copies` and its friends, but my frustration is that I have to know to look for copies to find them, whereas the svn approach made that history very obvious. @Casey: the issue is that I want to split one file that’s grown too large into two and preserve the history in both. In short, I want to be able to do the equivalent of `svn log filename` that will tell me the full history of the file, including the file it was copied from and its history too.
Confirming that object references in arrays are preserved while cloning the arrays
Ignoring noise in svn diffs