I just updated to WordPress 2.0 and the newest revision of K2. As always there was a bit of CSS editing involved, all in all it wasn’t that bad. Of course there are still things that make me cringe, but that’s not WordPress’ fault, but rather my
Well, I feel like a total nerd because I waited all day on the 6th, expecting a message on Digg or Slashdot that Google Calendar had launched. Sure as hell, that message never appeared. Now, I’m still waiting for this calendar thing to launch, and I don’t even
Uh oh, after reading this article on 43 Folders, I think I may be suffering from N.A.D.D. Not good, not good.
Well, here’s some sound advice, worthy of at least a mention in Lifehacker, maybe even a whole series featuring me elaborating on my advice: If you ever own a digital camera, make the fuck sure the internal date is correctly set. Otherwise, once you’ve decided that it’s
Sometime last week, Microsoft presented live.com. It’s basically their try to latch onto what they perceive as the whole Web 2.0 movement. Until a few days ago, there was no Firefox support, so I couldn’t properly test it. Yesterday I noticed that the little text saying
When I checked my website stats yesterday, I stumbled upon this gem of network nomenclature: I had to resize the image, otherwise it wouldn’t have fit on this very page. Click to see it full-sized and unblurred.
If I had had to visualize my mood during most of the day today, it would have looked like that: Why would my mood have looked like a makeshift ashtray? Because I was trying to get a printer shared over our small network, expecting it to be a piece of
Here’s a little quiz for you: If you are supposed to work on a presentation due on Friday, is it a good idea to go out on a Wednesday morning and buy a USB 2.0 card, a network card, exchange your old USB modem for a brand new
Google apparently launched a quick test of a new service called Google Base (which at the time of writing is down). From what I gathered, it’s supposed to be some kind of database service. If you’re as confused as I was when I read it, check out the
Knowing that Google usually is really interested in what I have to say about their products, I’ve decided to chime in on the bashing of Google’s newest product, Google Reader. It sucks. It really does. What the hell were they thinking? How can anyone release something like this,
Ooooweee, a Google IM client. Who needs yet another one? The blurb doesn’t offer anything new or exciting, except for GMail contacts integration. And as always, Windows only. I’ll still check it out though. Update: Just read that it’s in fact possible to use the Google Talk
I was made aware of a new WordPress plugin called Linknotes, over at fernando_graphicos’ site today. It’s an interesting concept of links as footnotes, and although I’m not sure how important/useful footnotes are in a hypertext document, I thought I’d try it out. Well, actually
I just remembered that yesterday the European parliament had to decide on the fate of a directive regarding the patentability of software, and by checking the appropriate website, I read that once again the directive has been axed. I’m really happy about that, since I was already pondering what
Google Earth, basically a mapping program with lots of cool features, has been launched. It’s free, and you can download it here. But beware, it’s Windows only. So that’s where the fun ends for me. And all other Linux and Mac users. Cheap bastards.