I spent some more time with CouchDB yesterday. Something useful to do while my work project is compiling ;) I’m considering building some simple applications with CouchDB to figure out what the applications of CouchDB are and its limitations. Maybe a blog application or something like that. For now I’m dabbling a bit, trying to createContinue reading “Playing with CouchDB”
Today’s interesting links: Live Blogging (via iPhone) of Apple iPhone SDK Event [TechCrunch] Microsoft gets serious about cloud computing (and competing with Amazon) [Jungle Disk] Google Releases Contacts API [ReadWriteWeb] Google Calendar Sync [Official Google Blog] Google Releases an API for Contacts [Google Operating System] 03/5/08 PHD comic: ‘The grandeur of his vision’ [PHD Comics]
Yesterday I discovered CouchDB. It’s a little early, but I want to give people who are interested some links to have a look at, if they are interested. CouchDB documentation wiki Google Code page (to download it) Futuretalk: CouchDB CouchDB “Joins” To play with it, have a look at the many APIs in practically anyContinue reading “CouchDB”
It’s always nice to read about Steve Jobs, although the last 2 pages on the share back-dating or whatever are kind of yawn.
Today’s interesting links: Office Live Workspace vs Google Docs: Feature-by-Feature Comparison [ReadWriteWeb] Silverlight On Nokia Phones, Offline Announcement Perhaps Tomorrow [TechCrunch] Google Gears Goes Mobile [TechCrunch] ★ ExpanDrive [Daring Fireball]
Today’s interesting links: Linux downloader for Amazon MP3 store [Boing Boing] Hands-on with the 9-inch Eee PC [Engadget] ASUS set to announce 9-inch Eee PC 900? [Engadget] Microsoft’s World Wide Telescope Demo Video [ReadWriteWeb] Lawrence Lessig’s last “Free Culture” presentation [Presentation Zen]
Today’s interesting links: Firefox 3 Performance Numbers [Ajaxian] Technorati To Launch Blogger Advertising Network [TechCrunch] Wooohooo! Am on Channel9! [Miguel de Icaza]
Today’s interesting links: Sir Ken Robinson on public speaking [Presentation Zen] Unofficial iPhone Game Demos Unique Possibilities [MacRumors : Mac News and Rumors] Google Sites the Next Sharepoint? Maybe Not….Why Google Apps Could Lose the Enterprise Market [ReadWriteWeb] Data is the New Links. Tim Berners-Lee Says Sites That Don’t Give Users Their Data Back Are BoringContinue reading “Links for 2008–02–29”