Monthly Archives: December 2006

Merry Christmas

Merry Christmas/Seasons Greetings and Happy New Year to everyone I’m headed to LA and Las Vegas to have some fun.

Mark Cuban gives Donald Trump a few blogging tips

Go Mark Cuban! Thats what you call a comeback. It seems Donald Trump has lost the concept of a blog. Technorati Tags: Mark Cuban, Donald Trump, Rosie ODonnell

The Zoho Wiki

Zoho is running ahead and released a new product, the Zoho Wiki. They are releasing features quitely and taking big strides in the Web-Office field, a lot of good things lie in store for them. With the Wiki, they have a well rounded suite of applications. it’s a Word processor, spreadsheet application, a presentation platform […]

Too many feeds!

I really like Google Reader, and I’ve been adding a lot of RSS feeds. Thanks to Scoble’s link/gesture blog I’m getting introduced to a lot of new blogs. He knows how to use TechMeme and other blog engines well and brings some of the really good stuff. My problem is that I have too many […]

TechCrunch problems?

Bear with me this is a bit of Tinfoil hat style paranoia, but what is going on with TechCrunch? First Marshall Kirkpatrick leaves, next you have the TechCrunch UK debacle which ruffled a lot of feathers. Then came the NY Times/RSS debate with Dave Winer and today it’s Natali Del Conte leaving. With so many […]

Google Bot’s Backdoor. Simple Trick.

Several times when your browsing you find that Google throws up search results which lead to pages which sit behind a username/password protection. You need to register to view the content. Websites like New York Times and Wallstreet Journal and many more require you to register and/or pay to view their content. Google manages to […]

What code doesn’t do in real life that it does in movies

Matthew Inman at Drivl posts a hilarious piece on how code, programmers and hackers are displayed in the movies. It’s friggin hilarious and extremely true. #4 and #10 are my favorite. Drivl.com | What code DOESN’T do in real life (that it does in the movies) via Reddit Technorati Tags: Coding, Code, Programming, Movies, Drivl

I’m a nerd? I’m shocked!!!

You Are 60% Nerdy You may be a bit surprised with this score, but your more of a closet nerd than an actual nerd.Stop denying your inner nerd! You’re truly dorkier than you think. How Nerdy Are You? PS: The post title was sarcastic