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OpenDNS does not suck


OK, I’ve been using OpenDNS for a few hours, and I’ve got some initial thoughts that I’d like to share with you. First of all, it’s ace! Let’s face it, OpenDNS really does hand the web back to me / you in a usable way. Secondly, there are some points I’d like to outline: I’d […]


OpenDNS + del.icio.us


If you’re a big fan of del.icio.us like I am, then you’ll know all about the stuff you can do with your tags. So when I read about OpenDNS a few days ago, my first thought was of the possibilities of combining my del.icio.us bookmarks with OpenDNS shortcuts. I’m glad to report that the union […]


Firefox, Folkd sniff social glue


As you may have read recently, either here or elsewhere, Mozilla has announced an early development release of a social Add-On extension called The Coop to their Firefox web browser. Almost immediately, thoughts turned to Flock, fellow stable mate and web browser with special social glue. However, with Mozilla proposing similar social stickiness for Firefox, […]


OLPC Quanta leap in laptop price?


I tend to get some interesting search queries bringing people to my ‘blog. Recently, there’s a been a steady tide of traffic drifting in on the subject of the One Laptop Per Child project, and more specifically with regards to the commercial, consumer availability of the XO laptop. This is something I’ve given some thought […]


Apple Safari, Adobe Apollo in web app tie-in


The politics of the web is a many splendid thing. Political machinations within the technology industry have always fascinated me. The speed at which trends are adopted, talked up and either overtaken, upgraded or killed off is at times breathtaking. Right now for Apple and Adobe, the trend is an upwards one, if no less […]