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Google Gears
Just read on the GPC Press Release site that Google is starting work on a new open source platform enabling all of its online apps to have offline capabilities. Sounds intriguing. Google Gears marks an important step in the evolution of web applications because it addresses a major user concern: availability of data and applications when there’s no Internet connection available, or when a connection is slow or unreliable. As application developers and users alike want to do more on the web—whether ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 30, 2007 11:55 PM

Microsoft Surface
Microsoft has just announced Surface. Just at first glance, this appears to be something that could change everything. I am curious about a couple of things. 1) Will it really be cost effective enough that we will be able to have a coffee table (See the Power video) that sorts our pictures and 2) How in the world is this going to run on top of Vistazilla? If they could really do that bar trick with the bubbles and stuff... dang. Pretty impressive. Link to Microsoft Surface Technorati Tags: Microsoft ......

Posted On Wednesday, May 30, 2007 12:13 AM

10 Reasons Why You Should Never Buy Diamonds
I found myself talking to another guy the other day about diamonds and remembered a story listing 10 good reasons just to go with a simple gold band. I went to my bookmarks (three computers later, hallelujah for del.icio.us) and found the link but it was dead. I had to dig a little more, but finally found the list here. I am also copying it below for future reference. (2/14/02) By Liz Stanton, CPE Staff Economist 1. You've Been Psychologically Conditioned To Want a DiamondThe diamond engagement ring ......

Posted On Friday, May 18, 2007 8:55 AM

Google Analytics

Google Analytics just released a new version of their interface. The dashboard has been totally redesigned with all of the key statistics right there.

All of the old in-depth reporting is still there, but now it has the slickness and ease of a gmail or gCal app. Very nice! 

Posted On Monday, May 14, 2007 4:42 PM

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