March 22, 2006

I’ve been using google talk more and more now and I think the msn – GTalk transition is going quite well. Most of the people I talk to alot on msn have changed over, and I can still open up msn if I really have to. I’m going to do a review on the voice features of all the popular messenging programs, proberly in about a week. On the topic of my mini project I think I under estimated what would be involved, it will proberly take a week, I’ve been too busy to get started but will make a start tonight.

Also, if you have not heard of it is an online bookmarking service which allows you to save websites to a public profile. It also tells you how many other people have saved the same link and allows you to view their profiles. They have also just released a “do not share” feature which allows you to post up bookmarks that are not shown on your public profile. A very good feature.

And hello! to all the people viewing this blog through blog mad, feel free to vote for me 😉 or post a comment!

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Think you are up to date with all the new Web 2.0 applications coming out?

An interesting post by Larry Osterman on why Microsoft “Time Bomb” its beta releases. Time Bombing is when a beta product stops functionality after a certain time, either by feature (such as not allowing further saving) or by removing all functionality. Its a pretty interesting read, although the comments at the end of the article seem to go quite off topic.

New to linux? TUX online magazine is a digital magazine for the new Linux user. I subscribed and downloaded issue 11 today and it was an interesting read, very beginner level.


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