I came across this blog post about a site called compute4cash.com which pays you money to run a small program that uses your free GPU cycles to do calculations (using OpenCL).
Although Git support is in heavy development, for those who cannot wait, check out the nbgit plugin which provides a few Git features to keep you happy until official support arrives.
Since I last posted on this I have read up a bit more about the “hacks” that I have been getting. I have also seen some requests from bots looking to use my server as a free proxy to other sites.
I recently needed to increment and decrement a number inside a textbox using jQuery and couldn’t find a decent solution online. I decided to create my own generic plugin so I can re-use it where ever I see fit.
I recently came across Cloud9 IDE, a web based code editor that allows editing of your code from anywhere via a web browser. The IDE uses node.js and html5 features to provide a fantastic user interface.