Photo by Balleyne While perusing around the web yesterday (after sifting through my email post-vacation), I came across this Ars Technica article discussing the new Firefox upgrade timeline. It actually follows a similar upgrade timeline that WordPress adopted after WordPress 2.0 was released. The new policy outlines a 3-4 month window for new major releases with […]
A few years ago when Apple stormed on the scene with their new, revolutionary phone that they called the iPhone, a moment in history occurred that would change the mobile space. It suddenly became possible for rich web browsing from a mobile phone. It became possible to listen to music in a natural way on […]
Objective review of the Palm Pre. I’ve used the device and I have similar concerns but the horrible AT&T network is enough to keep the iPhone out of my option hat. Palm Pre good, but falls short of iPhone – The Boston Globe.
WordPress 2.8 is available for download. I’m also working on a new Asides feature so this seemed like a good relevant thing to share that would also give me the data I need. ;-) WordPress › Download.
Matt Mullenweg talks about his work style and flow. Good stuff. The Way I Work: Matt Mullenweg, Leading Your Company Article – Inc. Article.
This year might be the strangest year ever. It roared in with news of Robert Scoble having his Facebook account suspended for utilizing scripts to sync data between Plaxo and Facebook in violation of Facebook’s Terms of Service. Of course, the year ends with Facebook opening up fbConnect in a way to share that same […]
Microsoft is clearly getting hipper with their offerings. The company that has been notoriously committed to offline products, like their Windows operating System and productivity suite, Microsoft Office, to the detriment of their online offerings seems to definitely be moving into the internet space more. They are, in fact, trying to own the online space […]
Adobe and Major League Baseball announced today that they have signed an agreement for Major League Baseball to power all their video content, including the live MLB TV content that is wildly popular. The announcement indicated that video content will also be available offline with use of the new, yet popular, AIR platform. Competitors to […]
The end of an era has arrived for a legend in computing. Windows 3.1, the first widely accepted foray into graphical user interface operating systems from Microsoft, has reached its End of Life. The BBC covered the story noting, “[It] helped Microsoft establish itself and set the trend for how it makes its revenues, and […]
Quietly, a sleeping giant has been evolving. That sleeping giant is Silverlight, a Microsoft rich media technology to rival Adobe’s Flash/Flex platform. On this date, July 28, there is a dearth of Silverlight content on the web. Almost all the major video sites use Flash players, with Hulu, an NBC property, being a probable exception. […]