Archive for May, 2008

May 30th 2008

Very nice graphics….

If this is, indeed, the quality of the game graphics..wow!

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May 30th 2008

Firefox going for download-record

Firefox 3.0 is comming… and they are aiming for the world record software-download!

Download Day

Well.. they can count on me :-)

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May 30th 2008

The story about OOOXML is not over yet…

Several countries are appealing the decision about the ISO-standard:

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We will see where this ends….

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May 29th 2008

Hospital goes with linuxbased mailserver

As ever, cost is the main point… but not the only one….

The one client difference, however, that has worked in Fallo’s favor is the AJAX-powered Zimbra Web mail client that PostPath uses. The hospital likes it better than the Outlook Web Access client of Exchange 5.5 (Microsoft has since improved its Outlook Web Access client).

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Still, it is telling that these kind of stories still hit headlines… tis is not, by far, a mainstream decision..

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May 29th 2008

Google To Host Ajax Libraries

Google comes with a new initiative: they will host JS-libraries for you….

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Of course (and that is why I link to the /. page) this raises privacy issues, as, it would seem, is always the case with Google…

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May 29th 2008

Storing data for the next 1000 years

The problem of storing data is becoming greater all the time..

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This article discusses ways to overcome the problem…

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May 29th 2008

A piece of paradise

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Nice concept… More here.

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May 29th 2008

Virtual LEGO

LEGO is building a whole world – online:

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I don’t know if this is gonna work. I think I would miss the feel of the blocks too much….

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May 29th 2008

Holy Sheep

Exit sheep…

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Apparently, this snake ate a whole sheep. Most amazing, and not something you would want to see in the dark – let alone meet!

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May 29th 2008

Supersize all the americans?

This is how the portions of american food changed during the years:

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No wonder a lot of them are, well… supersized?

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