Go Wireless (2 tags)
Here's an excerpt from Windows XP Annoyances for Geeks, 2nd Edition, that shows you how to set up a simple wireless network, connect that network to the internet, connect your wireless devices to other people's wireless networks, and prevent others from sneaking on to your network. All without wires, and the most amazing thing is that it actually works.
A Firefox Glossary (2 tags)
Brian King, with some help from Nigel McFarlane, covers everything from about:config to "zool" in this fun, fact-filled Firefox glossary. It's by no means exhaustive, but you'll find references to specific chapters or hacks throughout the glossary to Nigel's book, Firefox Hacks. When you're ready to dig deeper, check out his book.
Use Your Digital Camera with Linux (2 tags)
With the holidays over, it's time to pause, reflect, and clean up a bit. Why not download the photos from your digital camera? Don't worry, it's easy under Linux. Robert Bernier demonstrates the killer combination of gphoto2, ImageMagick, and digiKam.
How eBay Uses Metadata to Enhance Its Web Services (2 tags)
Alan Lewis, an eBay developer, explains how the auction giant uses metadata to enhance the documentation of its complex e-commerce web services.