Just playing around on the Internet, I’m finding out that Google has implemented yet another outstanding, supremely cool feature, this time for Google Maps. Now, you can get virtually explore neighborhoods at street-level virtually with Street View.
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If you haven’t seen the entire third season of Lost, do not continue reading because there will be spoilers.
Updated June 18th
As I won’t be following the comments here anymore, I recommend you to get your invites through the Joost GigaOM invitations page. I’ve asked Joost for a page of my own, but still haven’t heard from them, so I’m sorry…
You can always write a comment here, and if I ocassionally read the comments here, I will send an invitation, but please don’t count on it.
Want to test Joost to watch streaming TV over the Internet, but haven’t got an invite? Write a comment with a valid e-mail address, and I’ll send one to you!
For those of you who don’t know it, I have a somewhat Jekyll/Hyde side to me, and part of the results from that is the web site Fucked. that I run with some friends.
Yesterday, a gloomy and rainy day in Stockholm, and with the suburb train situation messed up, I felt generally depressed. How to feel better? With some humor and aggression, of course, and what better way to find that than watching Henry Rollins in Stockholm!
When talking to people working in the IT business, no matter their position (developer, sales, manager etc), there are some warning signs to look for.
Wednesday night we had yet another Geek Meet in Stockholm, and this time we covered HTML 5 and XHTML.
I’m not exactly sure when it started, but suddenly everyone was going to get certified, and have papers claiming their skill level. Me? I couldn’t care one bit.
Yesterday I got around to reading Paul Graham’s Microsoft is Dead, and it definitely was an interesting read.
Do you remember it? First time you saw, in real life, what you had heard people talking about? The Internet.
The term Web Standards is featured prominently all over the web, in meetings with customers and amongst web developers in general. However, the problem is that people have different views on what it actually means and encompasses.
Therefore, I will try to explain my views on it and what most people actually mean when they refer to Web Standards.
Well, I guess the title and the image basically says it all… 🙂
For some time, I was looking around for the best hard drive media player to plug into my TV, and I scoured the web and harassed my friends to get some good pointers. And, finally, I found just what I needed!
You know, we all desire to get a good ranking with Google, right? Well, here’s one search scenario where I’m really proud to get so high up… 😉
PS. Only reason I found out was going through the stats and actually saw a visitor finding my web site through that… DS.
I don’t know how many of you who can actually do this, but for fun, I’ve kept the first web site I ever built online, and now I want to share it with you!
So, the ads are back now (and a few new ones). If you like their suggestions, please click on them!
All the proceeds from ad clicks will go to charity.
For those of you who aren’t aware of it, Mac OS X has a fantastic, and somewhat hidden away, feature to easily view images as a slideshow or an index sheet.
As you know, people all over the Internet declare different days to be a certain kind of day. Therefore, I dub this day Go-back-to-the-old-theme-day. 🙂
(and yes, this is only for today)
I don’t know why, but problems seem to always be especially good at showing their ugly face at work in Friday afternoons/evenings. This time around, IE (big f**king surprise) displayed an odd behavior when using the
addEvent method on the
Just a small note to those of you who use my getElementsByClassName script: it has been updated for performance reasons and flexibility reasons.
Yes, apparently it’s casual Friday here today with the topics. 🙂 Let me be a male pig, just this one time, and just list some of the movies that made me gasp (and some of them were also good movies overall):
Remember the 80s, and a band called W.A.S.P.? Most people knew about them back then, but since then it has been awfully quiet about them. That is, until now!
When I use my Mac and type away in the Terminal, I’ve felt the need to add custom commands; e.g. launch an application with that folder/file as a parameter.
March 14 last year, Amazon launched Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3). At the time, you could only program against an API to use the service to transfer files, so I waited for a while, convinced that proper services would be offered. Now that day is here!
I’ve been a Mac user for a little over a year now, coming from about 10 years with Windows, so I thought I’d take the opportunity to share the applications available for Mac OS X that I find absolutely essential.
As late as yesterday, I heard an argument I didn’t except to hear. Not now, not in 2007.
For all the years I’ve been a computer user, there is something that has always plagued me: printers and their drivers. And the biggest culprit of them all are HP.