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Flock, Firefox social web clash?


Sometimes, just sometimes, my timing is impeccable. While other times, my timing is a strange potent of something that’s to come. Call it fate, call it Kismet, call it what you will, but me moving from Flock to Firefox could have a been a shrewd move: “What set Flock apart from it’s elder sibling Firefox […]


Whither Google Browser Sync?


Since making the switch to Firefox, I’ve been on the hunt for good, reliable Add-Ons to get the most out of my browser. When selecting an Add-On, I’m bound to exercise some caution. I much prefer to pick Add-Ons from reliable sources, such as the near-perfect Add-On from Del.icio.us, for example. Although the big names […]


Mobile you, me .. mobile everyone…


Trying to make sense of a recent addition to the Google Maps API at eleven fifteen at night isn’t the best policy. I was tired, a little annoyed and not really in the mood for trying to figure out how to create a KML file. Bed seemed like a good idea, so off I went… […]


Negroponte on Intel against OLPC


Unbeknownst to me, there’s what appears to be a very good website dedicated to news regarding the One Laptop Per Child project. Interestingly, and fortuitously, there’s a recent feature regarding Nicholas Negroponte’s views on the Intel Classmate PC, which I’ve ‘blogged about recently: “The difference is that Intel’s approach is much more teacher-centric. Ours is […]


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 […]