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links for 2007-02-27

February 27th, 2007

links for 2007-02-23

February 23rd, 2007

Ruby on Rails in België.

February 23rd, 2007

Kijk, de eerste vacature die ik tegenkom waarin gevraagd wordt naar ervaring met Ruby on Rails.
Goede kennis van html, javascript en bij voorkeur Ruby on Rails;
Het lijkt niet echt de kern van de functie te zijn, maar er zit daar blijkbaar toch iemand die er al mee bezig is. Grassroots en al. Plezant.

links for 2007-02-20

February 20th, 2007

links for 2007-02-17

February 17th, 2007

Opzoekingswerk

February 14th, 2007

- "Ik schrok ervan dat jij al zo lang aan het bloggen bent, Tom." - "Ah ja? Geen idee eigenlijk, hoe lang dat al is." Meer dan 4 jaar al. Toegegeven, de frequentie en de relevantie ligt niet altijd even hoog, maar: toch al 4 jaar 'in de wiggel'. Applaus voor mezelf.

links for 2007-02-14

February 14th, 2007

links for 2007-02-13

February 13th, 2007

Podcasts zijn dood

February 13th, 2007

Is it just me, of is de podcast-rage afgelopen? De laatste tijd lijken er weinig links naar podcasts op te duiken. Volgens mij heeft het feit dat een podcast niet samendrukbaar is in de tijd er veel mee te maken. Een mens kan 10 of 100 blogs lezen in een uur, naargelang de tijd die beschikbaar is. Maar een podcast duurt altijd even lang. En dat podcasts niet geSEO'd kunnen worden zal ook wel meespelen, zeker?
Since a few days, I'm wondering around in Mac world. It's an amazing world. Everything is so shiny and bright. All applications have that designer-look to them. Even the free ones. And what's more: people here are prepared to actually pay for software, as long as the amount is between $5 and $49.99. Then there are the awkward observations. Everybody's happy to be finally freed from the Microsoft lock-in! And they all hurry to save their data in iTunes, .mac accounts and the likes. Now there's lock-in for you. You can't even buy MacOSX without buying Apple's hardware. Imagine Microsoft trying to pull this off. People are looking for solutions in every direction. You have Think to allow you to concentrate on one thing at a time. And then you have applications like PandoraBoy, which boasts features such as
Discover new artists with ease by watching growl notifications of the currently playing song.
So while I'm concentrating on this one application, at least I'll get distracted every three minutes or so ;-)

links for 2007-02-05

February 5th, 2007

links for 2007-02-02

February 2nd, 2007

Tags on the desktop

February 1st, 2007

The day Vista was born... ... I got myself a MacBook Pro. How's that for a statement :-) While migrating all my documents from my old laptop to the new one, I got the splendid idea to start organizing everything. That file in "work", that file under "administration", that under "taxes", and that one is ... "taxes administration"! No problem then, I'll just tag it like I tag my e-mails, I thought. But how do I do that? Oh Lazyweb, do you know of software (preferrably usable on MacOS X) that gives you tag-like behaviour on your files?

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