Archive for March, 2011

Apple updater today…

I need music. I spend a lot of time holed up in an office with IM with my peers as my main form of human interaction.For a long time, I've relied on iTunes. Things have changed - I dont want to purchase through iTunes anymore - I don't want DRM'd...
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Google profile images, FAIL- Worthy of distribution

Most folks probably don't know that google has updated the user profile pages look'n'feel. Including some changes to profile pictures... Most of us feel somewhat comfortable uploading an image and cropping it using the interface provided to us from sites (Granted,  you get what you ask for if you upload...
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Browser wars: Feels old school

Stepping back from your browser of choice; it just hit me how HTML5 has reignited the browser war, pushing innovation and making things feel old school again.There's nothing 'old school' about HTML5, or is there? Anyone remember the old dx filters in IE? rotate, flame text, etc - now it's...
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Another rant on cutesy

Codenames for releases are ok.But the countless cutesy names for *nix tools get tiring ... (And don't help their adoption).  From an email from debian security list today:"Several vulnerabilities have been found in the Iceape internet suite, anunbranded version of Seamonkey:"Imagine if these tools were used in a corporate environment...
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