Archive for the ‘Blogging’ Category

Scott Rafer: Garbage 2.0 In, Garbage 2.0 Out

March 13, 2006

Garbage 2.0 In, Garbage 2.0 Out: “

The programmable web (aka Web 2.0) is a fascinating and dangerous place. WINKsite’s founder Dave Harper just noticed what should be a cool new mashup — and is instead a perpetuation of the misdeeds of others. Mobilicious [screenshots here] is a reasonably well-executed mashup of the delicious API and Google Mobile Search. The problem is that Google Mobile Search trashes every mobile site on the planet while violating our copyrights for good measure. Mobilicious integrates these copyright violations with delicious and passes the problems along.

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Dave Harper: An Open Letter to Google: “Page adapted for mobile phone?” Please stop now, you are crippling sites, not adapting pages.

March 13, 2006

An Open Letter to Google: “Page adapted for mobile phone?” Please stop now, you are crippling sites, not adapting pages.: “

Dear Google,

I just used Google on various mobile devices (i.e. a Nokia 6600, Sony w800E, and Motorola RAZR V3) to search for my service WINKsite.com. Rather than link to WINKsite directly the results instead link to a reformatted version that in Google’s words is ‘adapted for mobile phone’.

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Jay Bennish

March 4, 2006

Here a great Link regarding this local, now national story.

A tale of two coffee shops.

March 3, 2006

The tail of two Coffee Shops.

Earlier this afternoon I spent an hour in Fluid Coffee Bar in town and now I’m in a Starbucks near Centennial Airport. Night and day difference. No free wi-fi in the neighbourhood here at Starbucks. Fluid had nearly a dozen available wi-fi signals availalble in and around the shop. Starbucks has a premium on available electrical outlets in this location. Fluid has power strips available to plug in your laptop so you don’t run out of battery. Nice place. Coffee and sweet eat offerings are pretty much the same.

Relaxing weekend.

February 26, 2006

It’s been one of those computer house cleaning weekends. I’ve been looking at the amount of RSS feeds I have in NetNewsWire, some 233+, and yes it’s way to many. I’ve been deleting some and still it’s to many. I’ve also been looking at the programs I’m using and how efficient or not so efficient they are. I’ve deleted bunch of programs, many that I’ve not used in months and don’t think I’ll use in the near term, so off they went. There’s a few projects festering and I need to get them on paper. I need to find a useful, calendaring program, something to keep notes regaring work, blogging, and don’t even get me started on Instant Messaging.

New Orchard Blog

February 26, 2006

My friend Scott has updated their weblogs. Good job guy.

New Orchard Blog: ”

Grass

We’ve made the switch from Blogger to WordPress for the Orchard Blog.’ The new site looks so fresh and clean. We have also been using WordPress for our podcast feed.’

So far, I’m really impressed with WordPress.’ And for the life of me, I can’t figure out why I’m paying $90/year for Typepad when WordPress seems just as good.’ Any good reasons that anyone can think of?

Orchard Blog

(Via scotthodge.org.)

New Orchard Blog

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16th St Mall

February 24, 2006

WINKsite

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PaulsMobile

February 24, 2006

WINKsite

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We’re back.

February 24, 2006

Disregard the previous post. More details during the Six O’Clock news.

We’ve moved

February 22, 2006

Change your bookmarks to our Typepad Blog. Thanks.