Derek Sivers

Derek Sivers is the founder, president, and sole programmer behind CD Baby, independent music distribution, and HostBaby, web hosting for musicians. Full-time musician since 18, he started CD Baby in 1998 knowing nothing but basic HTML, and self-taught himself just enough PHP and SQL to get by as the site grew. A hopeless learning addict, who's endlessly fascinated with the technical/programming/design process, Derek spends most of his time inventing and re-inventing the code behind his growing company's websites. Still a relative newbie among programmers, he'd appreciate any tips and advice you could give him.

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Great article on SAS : Serial Attached SCSI

April 15 2006

Great article explaining SAS (Serial Attached SCSI) here: http://www.tomshardware.com/2006/04/07/going_the_sas_storage_way/index.html Don't do the usual Tom's Hardware thing where to click straight to the benchmarks and conclusion. In this article, the first few pages are a great introduction to SAS and included some history about SATA and SCSI that I never… read more

New York Times no longer uses Times font

April 03 2006

Kinda funny : the New York Times website (nytimes.com) did a redesign and now uses the Georgia font (my personal favorite), not the Times font, that is so standard everywhere else. read more

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