In a market where BB software is two-a-penny (or cheaper, given the open-source nature of most good software) what’s BBPress got that made me use it?
Google launched what appears to be an early beta of it’s Blog Search today. It has one Killer feature, and some noteworthy mentionables.
I just read the most wonderful news article ever: it’s about Web Browsers, and Forensic Science. It’s wonderful for two reasons: it gets the whole “telling a story” thing wrong by totally misinterpreting the status quo and being technically confused, then it gives an example that is so under-inspired that I had to come up […]
The worlds best selling book (after the main religious core texts) is the Da Vinci Code, which describes a hypothetical trail of clues hidden in the works of Da Vinci. Clues that are visible to all, but disguised.
Google Talk enters it’s beta phase today. It’s an instant messaging and Voice-Over-Internet-Protocol (VOIP) application. The burning question is, of course, can it be a replacement for other instant messaging clients?
Earlier today there was a story on BoingBoing (and then naturally, on Slashdot) surrounding what appeared to be a viral marketing campaign started by the BBC.
I think the recent presentation by Adam Bosworth at the MySQL User’s Conference has been a little over-interpreted. It’s certainly interesting and presents some useful perspectives, but it’s not the “seminal lecture” that today’s slashdot story describes.