TextDrive lifetime hosting (Round II) looked such good value I bought one myself before telling you about it.
It is all over everywhere so you have probably seen it before. But if not then this Jon Udell: Google Maps walking tour of Keene, NH is great as a new thing to do. So many potential uses.
They clearly show when certain people were not getting into bed on time! Link: ablog: Fast as lightning….
In a comment to42: Switching Corporate desktops Ian Bicking wrote:
Does the Sun Ray offer much over a similar PC-based thin client? Also, if it really became popular, could Sun compete with emerging PC-based thin clients? It’s no use to them to build up a market that they can’t keep (at least, that might be their thinking).
My thoughts are:
This Bill de hOra: HTTPLR: reliable message delivery over HTTP could be really important for web services. Read the HTTPLR specification and consider adopting it for Rest architectural style services and applications.
I have blogged about the new way of building web applications a number of times and now it seems there is a name for the architecture: Ajax.
I have just read the first 3 parts of a series on switching Corporate desktops to Linux.
I suppose it was inevitable but ablog: Yo, Dudes! marks the (inauspicious !?!) arrival of our oldest son in the blogosphere. Be nice to him