Archive for August, 2012

Jordan Web Blackout

August 30th, 2012, posted in Internet, News

Jordan, one of the more moderate of Middle Eastern countries and seen by some as the would-be “Silicon Valley of the Middle East”, is today exercising its freedom of expression in a SOPA-inspired media blackout to protest a piece of legislation that could threaten that freedom in the future. Apparently hundreds of sites have gone dark in support of #BlackoutJo — a protest against a draft bill to amend the Press and Publications Law. If approved, critics believe it could restrict Internet freedom in the country by blocking international sites, and allowing the government to moderate and potentially restrict online commenting and social media in the country.

Add and Merge Calls on iPhone to Create a Conference Call

August 28th, 2012, posted in Mobile

The iPhone’s phone app has a great feature that lets you add additional callers to an existing conversation to create a conference call, and it’s surprisingly easy to use:

What’s new in PHP 5.4 – Arrays

August 25th, 2012, posted in PHP

Hello all!

Today I’m going to blog about what’s new in PHP.
Recently; a new version of PHP has been released which is version 5.4 which has new features and many improvements rolled out with it.

I’ll blog about array improvements in the latest PHP version in this post; so:

 

What’s new in PHP 5.4? Let’s start with arrays.