Free Facebook GUI in Layered PSD

When designing apps or promotions for Facebook, it’s nice to have a layered PSD file will all the assets needed to quickly comp something up for a pitch or tech hand off. I know, you could simply take a screen grab of your FB wall or page but you’ll still end up in photoshop cutting, pasting, covering up unwanted graphics and moving pixel blocks around to complete a FB layout. But why start with flat art when you can get a thorough GUI layered photoshop doc for free.

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Change the permissions of a file in SSH

To change the permissions of a file in SSH, once you have logged in, you can use the CHMOD command. Here are a few common examples of CHMOD:

chmod number filename

chmod 600 example.html - This will give the file read and write permissions by the owner only (-rw-------).
chmod 644 example.html - This will give the file read and write permissions by the owner and read by everyone else (-rw-r--r--).
chmod 700 example.html - This will give the file read, write and execute permissions by the owner only (-rwx------).
chmod 755 example.html - This will give the file read, write and execute permissions by the owner, read and execute permissions by the group and others (-rwxr-xr-x)
chmod 666 example.html - This will give the file read and write permissions by everyone(-rw-rw-rw-) (NOT RECOMMENDED)
chmod 777 example.html - This will give the file read, write and execute permissions by everyone (-rwxrwxrwx) (NOT RECOMMENDED)

Changing the ownership

To change the ownership of a file in SSH, you can use the CHOWN command. e.g: chown owner filename

chown user example.html
chown user:group <directory-name>

chown apache avatars

What should Apple produce next?

I’ve been thinking. Why haven’t these big computer companies tapped in to the high-end watch market. Think of all the cool synced content they could push to a dazzling digital watch. Facebook updates, weather, tweets, email notifications, and QR codes. This leads me to believe that there are still a lot of stones unturned when it come to digital devices. What do you guys and girls think?

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