Monthly Archives: January 2007

Zoho Notebook, another new Zoho Application

I just took a look at the demo of Zoho’s new application – Zoho Notebook. It’s amazing. It’s a competitor to Microsoft OneNote and Google Notebook. First off – Zoho Notebook puts Google notebook to shame. Google notebook seems a midget compared what Zoho is rolling out. With Google notebook you can do text, but […]

Blogjet 2.0 Released

I’ve been using BlogJet as my blog editor of choice and version 2.0 of BlogJet was just released. After using it for a while, it’s excellent. They’ve fixed a lot of the issues with the older version and thy’ve been added a lot of new features. Directly adding YouTube videos and Flickr pictures is really […]

The new Google Image Search sucks!

Google changed the design of their image search feature. It’s cleaner and neater than before however it will only display image information when you hover over the image (like Windows Live Image Search). I miss being able to look at all the images at a glance and get their info. Luckily the Google Operating System blog […]

The Web Celeb 25

Forbes published its list of the Top 25 Web Celebs. Here’s their list: Jessica Lee Rose aka lonelygirl15 YouTube celebrity Perez Hilton – Celebrity Blogger Markos Moulitsas Zúniga author – Political Blogger Matt Drudge Drudge Report (News Web site editor) Seth Godin (Marketing Guru) Jeff Jarvis Buzz Machine Media Critic Glenn Reynolds InstaPundit Political […]

TechCrunch-YouTube Cease&Desist on CNN’s list

The TechCrunch-YouTube issue made #58 on CNNMoney’s 101 Dumbest Moments in Business. “Your practice of inducing users to violate their contractual agreement with YouTube constitutes a tortious interference of a business relationship.” — From a cease-and-desist letter sent by attorneys for YouTube, a video-sharing site whose huge popularity stems largely from being a repository for […]

The problem with Wikipedia…

And that is why I hate going to Wikipedia, especially at work. XKCD Comics Technorati Tags: XCKD, Wikipedia

What a game!

After watching the Bears steam roll the Saints, I was a bit angry when I saw the 21-3 score near the half-time of the Indy/Patriots game and I shut off the TV. But well played Indianapolis Colts! Great way to comeback and trading blow for blow with New England. Kudos to Peyton Manning who didn’t […]

Steve Ballmer doesn’t like the iPhone

Steve Ballmer is complaining that the iPhone is too expensive. Well Steve its because the phone also contains an improved version of the best mp3 player on the market. Steve Ballmer says the “..Motorola Q can do music” – as good as an iPod? a 4/8 GB capacity? Hell no. With the iPhone, you are […]

I switched

I finally got a Mac. It’s a long story of how I ended up with a Macbook Pro and I’m not going to write about it here, since it’s damn weird. However, it’s awesome, it’s beautiful. I’m going back to the PC only to play games. I’ve got everything on my Mac and it works […]

Netflix Strikes back!

Many people were predicting the demise of Netflix after the launch of Blockbuster’s Total Access Program. With Blockbuster’s system you could return your movies (the ones you receive via post) to the local rental outlet as well, something which Netflix didn’t have. The skeptics included Michael Arrington and Robert Scoble (even though for slightly different […]