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  1. Hilarity in four short slides. Ruby and javascript hilarity examples.
  2. Bit of a rant on why node.js sucks. Some valid points. Purely a technical assessment, ignores the wider context, but still useful.
  3. Entertaining and very, very, very long essay on why PHP sucks.
  4. Useful online book on statistics. A work in progress, but looks very valuable.
  5. Just glanced quickly, sounds very interesting. Combines over 14 projects to create an open source, cross platform web conferencing platform. Cool.
  6. An open letter regarding spam and bcc thanking the user for sending something but politely asking them not to do it again.
  7. A parody of the Thanks No site. Funny.
  8. Havi Brooks's coaching / destuckification company / blog. Hat tip Chris Gillebeau.
  9. A natural seaweed gel by a holistic herbalist that works well to reduce outbreaks of herpes.
  10. A book on how to holistically deal with herpes and the stigma attached.
  11. Moodle is a course management system (CMS) - a free, Open Source software package designed using sound pedagogical principles, to help educators create effective online learning communities. Often compared against WPMU for education related stuff.
  12. VideJug is a YouTube like video hosting site, which seems to focus on training videos. Training is very broadly used though, anything from "Avoid Trapped Arm Whilst Cuddling In Bed " to using RSS.
  13. The Creative Camera Club in Cape Town is a photographer's club which meets once monthly and has a monthly photo shoot. Membership is open to all. You can attned 2 meets and 2 shoots before joining. At Jan 2008 membership was R150.
  14. A self taught MBA type course in business through reading.

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