I surf the Internet everyday to stay updated and find information that I may seize upon, Such information could be on the next big thing, on a significant shift or trend, or even something that reinforces the status quo in my little corner of the world.
This 2007, Visual FoxPro's demise
, the opensourcing of Adobe Flex
Added by Zaldy O. Co on June 30, 2007 at 4:00am —
At a glance:
Specializes in Content Management Systems (C.M.S.) as well as in advanced e-business solutions.
: Offers innovative solutions and approaches in issues concerning the content and its publication. Through important co-operations and a strong framework, it offers individualized systems for every company.
Libraries and Organizations managing content online together with commercial forms such as magazines and every… Continue
Added by Dimitriadis Dimitris on June 26, 2007 at 6:07pm —
Here is a video I made a talk with Jyri Engeström of Jaiku at Geek Dinner London.
Download the video here (CC by nc-sa).
Added by Guy West on June 23, 2007 at 4:07pm —
Today I was interviewed by Paul Ormerod who is documenting The Achieve Project
, which aims to build a powerful incubator network across Europe.
It was a nice interview and I hope that it will lead to some press coverage in the future. At least we will get some edited video footage of me describing Tablefinder.
I just came across OpenCoffee Club and I think it is a great idea, and I will do my… Continue
Added by Anders Fredriksson on June 21, 2007 at 10:40am —
Added by yoyoteam on June 13, 2007 at 1:57pm —
The 2007/2008 fixtures for the Barclays Premier League will be released tomorrow - Thursday 14th of June at 11am. Fans of Manchester United and Everton running Screenza's desktop calendar will recieve all of next season's games automatically onto their PC as soon as the press embargo is lifted.
Tens of thousands of fans worldwide will also get a limited edition set of specically designed desktop wallpapers highlighting important home and away fixtures for both clubs. The wallpapers… Continue
Added by David Fuller on June 13, 2007 at 11:28am —
Open Coffee Club finally comes to New Jersey, and where else than the Garden Cities most techno-centric cities Edison, NJ .
For more info :
First meeting: Friday June 15, 2007 at : 6.30 P.M at Starbucks in Woodbridge Center Drive, Edison,NJ
Added by rajan tawate on June 12, 2007 at 8:42pm —
The second edition of the Ohio Linked In Cafe Club meets this Thursday! Very fun!
If you ever find yourself in North East OHIO
let me know, we will host a coffee in your honor!
Added by Dawn Mular on June 12, 2007 at 12:28pm —
I just finished a personal project that I have been planning for a long, long time. http://www.mexforum.com is a site about every interesting thing about Mexico which will often have a little explanation of what it is and how it works in Mexico.
Please visit http://www.mexforum.com and give me some feedback about the site and, if you are interested, leave a comment or two. :)
Added by Hugo Estrada on June 9, 2007 at 4:17pm —
Added by Mark Pembrooke on June 6, 2007 at 3:59pm —
Join the Social Network OpenCoffee Clubhttp://www.opencoffeeclub.org/
Join our upcoming group.http://upcoming.yahoo.com/group/3200/
Add this event to your Calendar.http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/201292/
Come to the First OpenCoffee Club Meetup.
Added by Hans A. Koch on June 4, 2007 at 5:45am —
Here we go...the beta opens 6th June. Here's the pitch:
FreeAgent is the money management solution that UK freelancers, contractors and consultants have been waiting for.
It's Solo Simplified
With FreeAgent it's never been easier to:
- Manage Projects
- Track your Time and Expenses
- Invoice Clients
- Analyse Bank Statements
- Calculate what Taxes you…
Added by Dennis Howlett on June 3, 2007 at 4:43am —
Just started learning Rails/Ruby in the last few weeks but very quickly I feel like I can be productive with this framework. Coming from the .Net world I'm amazed with all the little things that Rails helps you with that make such a big difference for most web apps and it just feels good developing in TextMate and Rails. I'm still having a little trouble with things like installing RMagick and its dependencies like ImageMagick. Deploying to a VPS is going to be a concern as well.
Added by Mark Jones on June 3, 2007 at 1:50am —