Monthly Archives: March 2007


Those of my friends, family, and colleagues of a more, ahem, alcoholic disposition might do well to follow this link to Stormhoek thresher virus 2.0, whereupon they can receive a whopping great 40% off wines between now and the start … Continue reading

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links for 2007-03-24

Desktop Tower Defense (tags: flash free fun game games)

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I spend a lot of time on Skype conference calls at the moment. Here’s an obvious missing feature: automatically setting the volume level of the different callers. Right now I’m straining to hear some people, whilst getting my eardrums blown … Continue reading

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links for 2007-03-19

Mailboxer – Smart Mailboxes for your contacts – earthlingsoft (tags: apple mac macbook utilities recommended)

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Lowering the bar

The error on that web page has been bugging me for some time. This evening it reached the point where I was correcting it so often when I copied and pasted during testing that I finally snapped, and decided to … Continue reading

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Maybe I’m missing something … but in cool technologies like Yahoo! Pipes and Quartz Composer there seems to be an awful lot of emphasis on RSS and Atom, but precious little on XML with transformations. This seems like a bit … Continue reading

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I’m playing around with all that tasty Web 2.0 stuff, and trying to come to grips with Flickr for a super top-secret project (an ill-conceived idea of writing my own Quartz screensaver, if you must know). I just got stumped … Continue reading

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links for 2007-03-16

SubEthaEdit – FAQ Remember the ports … 6942-6951 … (tags: editor FAQ osx software) Sylvain Wallez: Easy SubethaEdit over the Internet It works … life-saver! (tags: collaboration ssh subethaedit)

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Here, there, everywhere

TFI Friday, indeed. At the end of last week I was in Amsterdam, where we tied up some Sourcesense stuff. I also got to grab those beers with Jeroen, as well as a few more of the great guys at … Continue reading

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Politics and travel

I don’t know quite what’s going on, but the Conservative party are turning things upside down here in the UK. Between pushing for Open Source and pushing for more tax on flights, a casual observer might begin to think they … Continue reading

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