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The top 19 iPad apps for business (and my top 19 favourite iPad apps)
Following is my view on the iPad, primarily as a day to day business tool. This is my favourite list of apps based on everyday usage..
RIP Google Wave
RIP Google Wave – http://nexle.dk/l/e9z …. Come on @google!!, you should have kept pushing through with Wave – such a bold vision. Of course it was early days – maybe most people didn’t quite value or understand the potential yet?.. At least some(/all?) of it is open source but we needed a giant to push it through. Shame shame.
Can we reliably find state from IP Address in Australia?
Can we reliably find city or state location based on IP Address in Australia? Help us find out by taking a quick 30 second multiple choice test with 3 questions on http://nexle.dk/l/y82
My favorite (mostly) free iPhone apps for (mostly) business
Following are my most favorite (95% free) iPhone apps that I use for work and recommend in the areas of;
– Social Media
– References, Directories and other
Installing latest MediaTomb on CentOS 5.x 32-bit
If I ever have to do it again.. since it turned out to be extremely easy (if you look a little longer and resists compiling it from source), here is how to install MediaTomb on CentOS (or in my case “Installing MediaTomb on CentOS 5.4”);
“[MediaTomb is] an open source (GPL) UPnP MediaServer with a web user interface and AV transcoding support” (Wikipedia)
MediaTomb can be read about and downloaded (in source form) from http://mediatomb.cc/
Got invite from the nice people @silentale
got invite from nice ppl @silentale – that site did not do it for me. Search=useful but site did not bring all info together like I hoped.
Marc Andreessen interview
A moderately interesting (but admittedly too long and slightly boring in spots) interview with Netscape founder and VC Marc Andreessen. Topics are around social networks (including FaceBook, Ning, Google, LinkedIn etc.), the newspaper business (having a go at the NY Times in relation to future of the print edition), his new investment fund, historic tech trends and more.
Originally sourced from Charlie Rose: http://www.charlierose.com/view/interview/10093
Different Cache Implementations
Looking into different cache modules for high performance dynamic websites. Looks like many of the big sites (YouTube, Flickr, New York Times and many more) are using memcached which looks to be a very interesting and straight forward piece of software.. Then as I have the luxury of working in a pure J2EE environment I have looked into pure-java caching frameworks as well (like ehcache). This article is an interesting (but maybe not elaborate) example of the two; http://gregluck.com/blog/archives/2007/05/comparing_memca.html
Online Brainstorming made simple, efficient and beautiful
…and free! 😉
Looks interesting and the demo page is nice to try;
Test your website in all browsers easily
http://www.browsershots.org/ Can provide screenshots of your website as it looks in all common browsers (and you can download the screenshot package). Makes life very easy for testing your weebsite. You can even select options for screen resolution, JS. Flash and more..
Who links to me?
See the exposure of this website;
Great idea – find similar sites
This site is very interesting;