I’ve talked before about how great a service allofmp3.com provide and how I love buying music from them.
I’m afraid that’s all over now and I would like to tell you how and why.
Three days ago I was talking to a friend of mine about some music we both liked and he said that I absolutely [...]
The gadget frenzy is catching on. Check out LabPIxies that makes some really nice looking gadgets.
This clock I added to my Google home page is just wonderfully done:
Many thanks to Benny for bringing this to my attention.
I’ve been using Google Reader for while and enjoying the experience. They’ve really captured the concept of quickly scanning through the feeds only to stop and read the most interesting things. But while I am using the Reader for my daily updates from RSS feeds, I can’t use the same tool to keep tabs on [...]
W3C is working on a standard for widgets – those tiny web applications that are growing everywhere these days : Google, Microsoft, Yahoo and ESPN all have personalizable home pages that you can put small applications on. Those widgets include things like calculators, weather summaries, pictures-of-the day and calendars. Here’s what my personalized home page [...]
About a month ago a friend of mine called me up and asked me if I wanted to co-teach a Win32 API course at the IDF. We served together hacking MFC and mercilessly taking over other applications for a few years and it’s nice to once in a while get down from the bird-eye-view sort [...]