MaxCoin was launched as the latest alt coin, in the beginning of February 2014. The name of the cryptocurrency comes from Max Keiser, from the Keiser Report on RT - an economical journalist, who dissects the modern, neo-liberal capitalism which is ruling the planet these days.
When you update Drupal core, the .htaccess file is overwritten with the latest version. This also means that any www redirects in that file are lost, and you have to re-apply them, which is annoying, and a problem if you forget to do it after updating. The reason why it is important to only show URLs with OR without www. in front of them, is to avoid what Google considers duplicate content.
The rear gear cable on my bike snapped while I was biking on it today. Luckily I had a replacement cable with me, so I thought I could replace it right away. But it turned out that the cable head inside the gear shifter was jammed, and impossible to get access to and remove.
To boil an egg without the egg sticking to the shell when you peel it, all you need is one extra ingredient in the water and plenty of it: salt. Sometimes when I made hard boiled eggs in the past, the shell would stick to the white part of the egg when I peeled them. But after I began adding 2-3 tablespoons of salt, this is a problem of the past, and the egg shells just slide right off.
The Boost module works by caching static versions of pages, and serving them to anonymous users. Because Boost caches pages in flat HTML files and the server doesn't hit your database, pages are sent to the users much faster, sometimes in as little as 200-300 milliseconds, which will seem almost instantly. From the Boost module page: "If you are on shared hosting this is your best option in terms of improving performance."
Installing a web server is very easy in Ubuntu, just enter a few lines in the terminal: There is no need to install and configure each part of a LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP) installation individually. You can also install other programs this way. The downside is that all components are installed automatically, and not reviewed by you. But as long as you only use the web server locally (localhost or 127.0.0.1), and don't open up for access from the Internet, it should be safe.