Hello and thanks for reading my thread. I'm willing to start coding a little bit, specially php. This website has a lot of useful information that a rookie like me could use. I have a homeserver that isn't very powerful or big for storage(120GB) but it can be used for testing. So if any of you need to test small projects that won't be such a hassle, I'd be very happy to share it with you for free, no catch. It's at [snipped] please don't attack it or damage it, I'm sure you can destroy it easily but that's not …

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What was your favourite April Fools' Day prank this year? Here's mine to kick things off. If only it were true... Google Japan got creative with a bubble wrap keyboard for typing and relieving stress at the same time. More [here](https://youtu.be/RkJZDvHMyTA)

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Moving forward with the DaniWeb Digest, we'd like to hear from you about what you would like to read from us. Just give us your ideas for content to include in future issues of the DaniWeb newsletter and we will see if we can make it happen. Join the conversation here and let us know what you want from your community newsletter.

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Mike's been a power-force and recent no-show. But I just looked up his profile, he hasn't posted since June 2015... did something happen? Or do people disappear on DaniWeb everyday? https://www.daniweb.com/members/787121/mike-2000-17 I know we're not his parents, he's strong independant viking but do you just forget people like that?

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I am currently looking for members of the DaniWeb community who deserve a little recognition for their participation here, the help they provide and the support they give to others. Yes, I'm talking about the Member of the Month interviews in the DaniWeb Digest, our community newsletter that goes out to the best part of a million members every month. So, here's the thing; up until now the nominations for member of the month candidates have largely come by way of suggestions put forward by moderators or from the DaniWeb editorial team itself. This month I'd like to change all …

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So, we all know about the likes of Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn but outside of the big four what are your favourite 'niche' social networks. By which I mean the social networking sites which address niche markets, which are growing quickly but have not yet really hit the media radar. Please, don't make this a spam thread but rather a helpful resource list for other members.

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i m looking forward...need to learn more...hope so will be helpful for some one some day

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Hi everyone! I'm Kat101 and I'm looking forward to talking with anyone that has an interest in social media marketing and online community building topics. I look forward to engagin with you all!

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good

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[ATTACH=right]16821[/ATTACH][URL="http://lindenlab.com/"]Linden Lab[/URL], the guys behind the wildly popular 3D virtual reality community [URL="http://www.SecondLife.com"]Second Life[/URL], confirmed details on Friday that they will be dumping Teen Second Life as a secondary stand alone project. [URL="http://teen.secondlife.com/"]Teen Second Life[/URL] will officially be closing its doors at the end of the year. However, teens will not be completely left out of the Second Life world. On or before the deadline of December 31, 2010 the main gates at Second Life will start accepting registrations from members who are 16 years old or over, a change from the adult only guidelines of the past. Second Life …

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Hi I am planning to create web based association Management project. Can any one please provide me some sample or details which would me more helpful for me to develop the project.

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HI Everyone, I am very curious as to find out what your biggest problems/concerns are when it comes to social media for marketing purposes or building an online community. I would love to hear from you so share away and lets see how we can help each other out!

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Hey guys, I want to make or download a script that would allow my users to creat social networks or blogs of their own. I have the social network ready, but i cant seem to get the main site up. I want someting that would give me the following features: **Social network on subdomains or sub directory* **Plans with multiple features attached to them* **Add supported* **Easy to use Interface* and more similar features In short I want to make something like Ning.com, Socialgo.com, Grou.ps. So if anyone has any script or knows any script like this please do let …

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hello every one i want to ***creat a forum that some one can contribute an article and others can reply its.*** please help me Thanks in advance.e

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Hi folks, When browsing technical sub-forums, I noticed that there are a few threads which end with the OP replying "Thanks, it's solved/working now!" or something to that effect and are still not marked solved. Similar is the case with one-shot-posters who post a query which is duly answered but never return (or return just to read the answer) to make a reply or mark the thread as solved. This has the consequence of valid solved threads not contributing to the total "solved thread count" of the sub-forum and the forum in general and more importantly denying +1 solved count …

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Hi everyone, I am new here ;-) My name is Franz and I am from Munich, Germany. After doing a bachelor in Information Systems and Management I have been employed as IT Consultant for almost three years now, on the side I got my own little consulting firm. I like to build tricky and nifty web applications that go beyond a plain website. Once in a while I do a little gaming, and I am interested in fast things and effective workout strategies. I am really looking forward to interact with you guys! Cheers Franz

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At the start of the year, Barry Collins (news editor at PC Pro magazine) published an [URL="http://www.pcpro.co.uk/features/354457/whatever-happened-to-second-life"]interesting piece[/URL] on how he had recently revisited Second Life having three years earlier found it to be packed full of folk doing lots of things including having lots of virtual sex, only to find that the place was now virtually deserted. Except, that is, in those areas where people can have virtual sex of course, which were as busy as ever. Linden Lab CEO Mark Kingdon took issue with this image of Second Life being some kind of dirty virtual world where sex …

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[B][COLOR="Red"]Hello all, I am new here only my second day. First a little about myself. My name is Stephen (not Steve or steven Thanks), I am 52 years old, married with 3 children the youngest is 8, I live in Norfolk England and I am the founder and leader of Faith Flicks Ministries which is a Christian organisation. We make short animated films using stop motion, like Wallace & Gormit but not that good !:D Computer Background. I been involved with computer for over 40 years now, one of my first computers was ZX Spectrum and Spectrum 48k along with …

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[B][COLOR="Red"]Hi all, I am dyslexic person and find it very hard to read and write without assistance, I was wondering if there are any good Videos or computer based book that teach Pyton 3.1.3 for begginers that could be recommended. The reason for this is that I can see the video and learn from it and computer based book can be read to myself by specialist program like one I am using to help me write this posting. I would be grateful for any help with this. Thankyou for your time. [/COLOR][/B]

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Greetings. I just received an e-mail that was dated back in September.:-O:confused: I'm wondering why it took 1 month and three weeks to receive this e-mail. It involved the new rules and the member of the month for September along with other informative insights. I just performed an e-mail test, checked my junk, to see if is was the fault of the e-mail handlers. I know you all have a difficult job in making sure that everything flows smoothly for this website in order for everyone to to have the ability to navigate so they can help others.:icon_lol: I also …

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Hey everyone, Membership website is $1.50/mo and the membership includes: games and challenges with real cash prizes ranging from $5 - $100. I have 3 lousy members. Ive dumped $300 into facebook ads, $100 into myspace ads, $300 into google ads, adgitize ads, projectwonderful ads, $10/mo on blogcatalog, and I still cant even pull any more people. The clicks are there because Ive had high advertising cost. Click conversion is decent about 56% CTR. Converting sales is boooooo, it sucks. Anyone with experiencing running a membership site please respond!!

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[URL="http://popacular.com/gigatweet/"]GigaTweet[/URL] has been counting the total number of messages posted to Twitter in real time, and the rolling count is almost hypnotic. Overnight the 5 billionth Tweet was posted. So what was it? Perhaps someone [URL="http://www.itwire.com/content/view/28479/53/"]speaking out[/URL] against corporates trying to gag freedom of the press again? Nope. Maybe another campaign kicking off against [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2009/10/18/twitter-finds-its-voice-and-roars/"]insensitive and homophobic ranting[/URL] in the Daily Mail newspaper? Nope. Must be an anarchist orchestrating a [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/news/story227590.html"]protest movement[/URL] then? Nope. Which surely only leaves the [URL="http://www.itpro.co.uk/blogs/daveyw/2009/07/24/the-great-twitter-willy-waving-massacre/"]willy waving celebrity[/URL] crowd, was it one of them letting us know they had eaten dinner with another celeb and were …

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Seems like a basic question for this forum but I wasn't certain if it had been asked. We all know how MySpace was and how Facebook improved on it. What would you build into the perfect next generation social media community if you knew you were the one chosen to do it?

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I love Twitter, and post a lot of links to security related stories via my [URL="http://twitter.com/happygeek"]@happygeek[/URL] account. But now I am getting a little worried that I might suffer the same fate as a well known, and highly respected security expert. Mikko Hypponen is a familiar face around the security conventions, and a familiar name to anyone who reads security news blogs. Mikko is the Chief Research Officer at F-Secure, and knows a thing or two about issuing security warnings. Shame that Twitter cannot say the same. It all started back on August 3rd when Mikko posted a tweet which …

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Apparently, women are more than twice as likely to go online and vent when stressed than speak to their partners. That's according to the results of a recent survey which also suggests that when stressed many women go and blog instead of turning to alcohol or chocolate. The survey, conducted by women's online community [URL="http://www.powderroomgraffiti.com"]Powder Room Graffiti[/URL] reveals that some 58% of women will write more online during difficult times, either by blogging, commenting or taking part in social networks. Only 23% said they turned to their partners when things got on top of them. "Our research would certainly indicate …

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I was to attend a recent event in NYC that was to be the introduction of a new online community in the US. The company, similar to DaniWeb, has been around for 10 years. Unlike DaniWeb, they charge their community members a yearly fee. Because of a sudden death in my family I was unable to attend or have anyone else from my company attend in my place. I alerted the company and I knew that the lateness of my alerting them to my inability to attend would make it impossible for them to fill my spot. Although the event …

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I've been in discussions with a group of other writers, Linux distribution watchers, Linux community leaders and developers in the past few days concerning Linux commercial vs. Linux community versions and some of us came to the conclusion that [URL="http://www.fedoraproject.org"]Fedora[/URL]'s relevance has waned. In fact, it might be time to scrap it completely. Or maybe it's time for [URL="http://www.redhat.com"]Red Hat[/URL] to step up and support it formally and unconditionally. Fedora is the only major community Linux edition that has no commercial support option from its commercial benefactor. Even OpenSolaris has commercial support from [URL="http://www.sun.com"]Sun[/URL]. This brings me to the question, …

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There can be no denying that Social Networking has been the Internet phenomena to watch over the last couple of years, displaying explosive growth around the world. In fact just about anywhere that people have an Internet connection, people have embraced social networking. It is true to say that most large social networking services have a very long tail of geographic distribution, especially those which allow the distribution of video content. However, according to a new report from [URL="http://www.datamonitor.com"]Datamonitor[/URL], published today, this explosive growth will come to an end in just five years time. Datamonitor expects global active memberships in …

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Marc Andreessen may not have actually been knighted for his contributions towards making the web what it is today, but if he were British then I am sure Helen Mirren would have bestowed that honor upon him alongside Sir Tim Berners-Lee. Not that a lack of a knighthood is stopping the graphical web browser pioneer who co-founded Netscape from continuing to innovate. Always up for a challenge, this time it isn’t Microsoft that Andreessen pits himself against, but rather [URL="http://www.myspace.com"]MySpace[/URL] and [URL="http://www.facebook.com"]Facebook[/URL]. You see his company, [URL="http://www.ning.com"]Ning[/URL], is promising to provide the necessary tools required to enable users to create …

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Here at DaniWeb I have always been rather proud of the fact that not only is member feedback encouraged, but the powers that be read what is being said, participate in the debate and sometimes their minds, and system policy, are changed by it. For any real community this feedback process is vital. OK, not everything is going to be determined by the opinions of those members choosing to debate the issues, sometimes executive decisions need to be made. The point being, though, that DaniWeb does at least listen and does at least allow members to express their opinions even …

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