Twitter provides an easy to use API allowing you to display your tweets on another web site or inside another application.\r\n\r\nHere is a step-by-step tutorial explaining how to modify your Ruby on Rails application to download tweets using the new OAuth authentication mechanism.
Somewhere between Paperclip version 2.7 and version 3.4 the fine people at Thoughtbot changed the default URL and path for attachments. This means if you upgrade suddenly none of your uploaded files are available. Here's a simple patch to solve this.
With banks providing providing such appalling savings rates and share prices and historical lows, never before has investing in the share market looked so attractive.
What will become of the once glorious and hideous social media powerhouse and youth hang out Myspace? Is it possible to salvage the value destroyed by Murdoch's Newscorp?