Came across this link on my local Delhi .Net usegroup, the site has a lot of O'Reilly publications online, FREE! but i am not sure that it is entirely legal, considering that Safari which hosts the same content is a paid service.
Came across two great blogs today
Found this amazingly geek goody on Matt's site ( Shame on you if you don't know who he is) . I was literally ROTFL after reading this,
Our Caller, who art on the stack frame
Hallowed be thy Parameters
Thy Address Space come
Thy I/O be done
In Registers, as it is in Memory
Give us this day our periodic timeslices
And forgive us our page faults
As we forgive those who pass invalid parameters
Lead us not to unconditional JMPs
But deliver us from segment registers
For thine is the Address Space, the Registers, and the I/O ports
Base64 and uuencode allow us to send arbitrary binary data through systems that only allow plain ASCII (e.g. Email RFC 822).