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(Common Gateway Interface), is generally the most way for web servers to interact dynamically with users. Common uses include online feedback and online forms.
This takes the form of a computer program that allows web servers to forward requests for processing to other programs, which then return their results to the web server.
Depending on the context in which the acronym is used, CGI can also stand for Computer Generated Graphics.
Podcasting with Drupal
Are you a volunteer web developer for a church? If you are creating a site as a gift to an organization, Drupal is a great way to go- there is a large and active user community and there are even ways to painlessly integrate new features when they ask for them. Take for example: Podcasting the sermons! This audio episode outlines the process (as well as you can teach something tech related via audio).
How to make Custom Prompts
Custom Shell prompts can be a lot of fun and and this is a very inpromative page on customizing Bash, Bourne, Korn and other prompts
Active vs. Passive FTP
This is a very good article that covers a topic you may find (as I did) crucial to completing a script that just would not work! If you are having mysterious results with an FTP script. You might need to switch to passive FTP.