March 2010

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How ibooks will work How safari will work How mail will work How photos will work How iPod will work How iTunes will work How videos will work How YouTube will work How Keynote will work How Pages will work How Numbers will work

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Open Source Success: Alfresco Software Reports Record Revenues

Alfresco Software reported record revenues today, providing a signal that open-source technologies are a top choice for the enterprise as the economy moves out of the recession and cloud computing becomes more prevalent. Alfresco reported both record fourth quarter earnings and record revenues for 2009. Growth is up 61% compared to last year. We look […]

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Tiny Houses & Little Lots: Floor Plans for Very Small Homes

Floor plans for small houses often look cramped on all sides, drawn furniture crowding each interior space. Not so with the work of Atelier Bow-Wow, an architecture and design group that (as the dog-referencing name suggests) specializes in the creation of extra-small dwellings as well as tall residences on tiny lots that bridge the gap […]

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Using Buzz in your Gmail? Try Facebook chrome extension

If you have a gmail account they you have noticed that buzz is there. You might like it or not (now you can turn it off). If you do, and you are a chrome user (I am when I am not on my mac) then try the Google Chrome extension that adds Facebook into the left […]

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Paperless post: evite alternative

I have blogged about evite in the past and now I have to mention it again. Traditionally people organize events by sending emails to everybody, having private one-on-one conversations for specific things, and at the end, if it is a big event, you don’t know who is going, who is bringing what etc… There are […]

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home made flying hovercraft

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what’s next in mobile: windows phone 7 series brings something good

I have been using windows OS for mobile phone for ages. I started with the famous Qtek s100 (magician) since 2003. Then I upgraded to the p3330 (artemis) with GPS included. From my dear p3300 I changed to the iPhone first generation, then iPhone 3g and currently iPhone 3GS. Up to now windows mobile has […]

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novadrive from novatel: cloud-based unlimited storage

Novatel, maker of some of  3G / WiFi devices has decided to expand to data storage via novadrive. Cloud-based storage accessible through their software for Windows or Apple, but they’re have a nice mobile site so your phone. Among the features such as remote wiping of your data if someone steals your computer to the […]

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10 Most Creative Resumes

Sabrina Saccocio is a TV, radio print and web producer who has put together a great eye-grabbing resume, looking for a unique and interesting work, a Facebook resume. (Link) Pocket CV by Temitope Shoda. If you have to go to several jobs interviews in one day, this resume is, besides creative, very easy to carry. […]

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Facebook adding location features soon

Facebook confirmed yesterday that it is working on a Location-based product but said that it has re-evaluated its plans to focus more on Places like restaurants. As part of a larger blog post about clarifying language around privacy controls, Facebook deputy general counsel Michael Richter said that the company now has “different ideas” that are “even […]

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check.in

I have written several times about my workflows for facebook, twitter using brightkite, one of my favourite apps. Now with all the location-based apps there is a clear hype, but again we will start experiencing fatigue. You go to a bar and then what… you have to open brightkite, check in write a note and […]

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near.me a very cool foursquare interface

I have talked about foursquare in the past. When I first joined them they were only in a few cities and you were not able to edit places or are new ones. Now foursquare is a completely different different tool, much more powerful and more looking like the one it had my number one in […]

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youtube runs on apache… and it is down now

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8 Unconventional Motorcycles Around the World

When it comes to custom motorcycle builders, there’s crazy and there’s really crazy. From the alligator bikte to the Motorcycle Tank. 8 strange vehicles around the world. The world’s biggest motorcycle Almost thirty feet (9 metres) long, ten feet (3 metres) high and weighing as much as a school bus, the name emblazoned along the side of this […]

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Google Calendar Rescheduler

The new gadget, available in Google Calendar Labs, is called Smart Rescheduler. And it is very simple. Once turned on, you can select an event and click “Find a new time” and the machine does the rest, offering up multiple options for folks to chose from. As you can imagine, those of us on the […]

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