August 2009

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Mikogo

Yesterday I posted a link to yuuguu, a sort of adium or multimessenger that would allow you to share your desktop. Well, in the comments I got Andrew from mikogo who was recommending me to try his product. I did and I love it. I got a couple of friends to install it. I tested […]

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Crazy guy shoots his iPhone

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Tell Me Where iPhone app

The other day we went out for dinner with some friends. Seb finally fell for an iPhone and he showed me a pretty nice app: Tell me Where Actually the English site is empty so you have to go to the French one if you want more details: Dis Moi Ou It is a little […]

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yuuguu

Instant screen sharing and real time collaboration. Yuuguu offers cross network instant messaging, instant screen sharing, real time collaboration, web conferencing and remote support. Fast, secure screen sharing Yuuguu uses an instant messenger style interface so you can instantly start a screen sharing session in just one click. And there are no downloads or installs required for […]

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Sigma 10-20 for Nikon

This is a sample:

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Google Opt Out Feature Lets Users Protect Privacy By Moving To Remote Village

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shoot it app for iPhone

Shoot it! is a very cool app for the iPhone that will enable you to send a real, photo postcard from anywhere to anyone in the world directly from your iPhone. Your personalized postcard will be delivered in just days…not weeks. Easy. Just take a photo (or choose one from yor library) write the text, […]

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Sigma 10-20 for Nikon

I got my new lens for the Nikon d300, the Sigma 10-20! I’m so looking forward for the weekend!

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6 free remote desktop sharing and screen sharing solutions

This is a pretty nice review of free remote desktop sharing screen solutions. I would add the new Skype version. Now you can share your desktop or a window. Pretty cool. 6 free remote desktop sharing and screen sharing solutions.

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Review: Vibram Five Fingers Classic

These are the vibram shoes: http://www.vibramfivefingers.com/ and a review: Vibram Five Fingers Classic .

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The Cost Of FriendFeed: Roughly $50 Million In Cash And Stock

Everyone is obviously talking about theFacebook/FriendFeed deal, but everyone wants to know one key detail: How much did Facebook pay? Now we know: Facebook paid nearly $50 million when you add the $15 million it paid in cash with roughly $32.5 million (based on current valuations) in stock, according to the Wall Street Journal. The stock […]

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16 Apps That Make Sharing Large Files A Snap

File sharing services are not as popular today as they were four years ago. It’s not that people are sharing any less. Rather, they just found easier ways to do it. Would you upload a funny video from a friend’s email to any of those services or would you search for it on Youtube and […]

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iPhone TV: Top iPhone Apps for Live Streaming Television

iPhone TV: Top iPhone Apps for Live Streaming Television.

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How to fix a Corrupted Time Machine Backup

The other day time machine decided to stop working for me and kept giving me errors about mounting the backup image. After firing up Console.app I found that the sparsebundle which time machine stores the backup data in was corrupted. This is a bad thing since if I couldn’t find a way to fix the […]

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iphone 3gs turn by turn software

As you might know with the iPhone 3GS it was announced to have TomTom. Well we have to competitors in the market already offering Europe maps and turn by turn software for 79 and 89 euros. The first is Sygic the Second is iGo my way. There is a third player in the market too: […]

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