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WordPress Surprise

Today I opened Firefox 3.6 to test an add-on I am working on (yes, many still support it) and saw this notice in the WordPress Dashboard. Well, it is not a surprise really, as WordPress has been doing great things for the Web to move it forward since it’s inception. They are Open Source. The […]

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Web Hour + Zemanta + Mozilla = Success

Last week saw Firefox updated to version 7. I’m not sure if other communities party any more with the rapid release cycle, but we used it as an excuse not only to party but to talk about the latest happenings with Mozilla. Web Hour (Spletne urice in Slovene), our beloved technology meetup that happens every […]

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Vanity Redux

Guest post by Chris Neale, originally posted at : http://chrs.nl/w/8k7fm 30th January 2010 The Idea Last Saturday, I woke up with a seemingly brilliant idea, a dot-st domain name for use by my online postage half-site Print My Postage. mypo.st was subsequently registered. However, this isn’t about that; I was on skype telling Brian (King) […]

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7 Things You May (Or May Not) Know About Me

Rey, Fred and William got me, so here it goes! The rules: Link to your original tagger(s) and list these rules in your post. Share seven facts about yourself in the post. Tag seven people at the end of your post by leaving their names and the links to their blogs. Let them know they’ve […]

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Need Help Marketing Open Source?

Let’s face it, Open Source has always had an image problem. While technologies are more prominent than ever, still today the benefits are still largely misunderstood by a large section of the business community. So if you need help in marketing your OSS project, or know someone who does, I’d recommend Sandro Groganz who is […]

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Warts ‘N All Magic

The blogosphere is alive with mumblings about Steve Yegge‘s rants. I haven’t read them all, but the one I have are, though lengthy, well worth a read. I point you in particular to this one: Blogger’s Block #3: Dreaming in Browser Swamp Some real gems in there: It turns out if you dig deep into […]

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Subscribe via Email to Pogovor

I’ve been set up with Feedburner as my main feed provider for a while now. They’ve added a nifty and (not so) new feature, to subscibe to blogs via email. If you still enjoy the email lark and your mail is not clogged up too much already, then sign up and you’ll receive my posts […]

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Had Enough of Web 2.0?

Well if you do, you are not the only one! Check out Jeffrey Zeldman’s article – Web 3.0. Or for another amusing take on it, check out the wankr beta. Not quite my take on it, but an interesting one nonetheless. Hype comes and goes. Bubbles fill up and burst. In the end, the cream […]

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Some Changes Around Here

You may or may not have noticed some changes to this blog over the last few days. Here are a few details of what has been happening. I’ve upgraded to WordPress 2.0. There are been many scare stories out and about of it being buggy and not ready for release yet, but I took the […]

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Faces to Blogs

Are people really like their alter ego in their blogs? Well, mostly. I was in Ljubljana on Friday night at the si.blogs get together. Thanks to David, Cookie, and Baya for the organisation. It was an enjoyable evening. I don’t need to say much more, because others have. David has put togther a list of […]

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