Opera celebrates its 10-year anniversary and put a party page online for this occasion! If you are an unregistered opera user, make sure you stop by to get your free registration key! 8)
Month: August 2005
No, not ATI’s Ruby ;). I’ve heard of ruby quite a few times lately, but it was always scripting related. Now I read they also use it for web applications. Read all about it at Ruby on Rails
Open source virtualization?
You ask? XenSource donates! I searched the net several times in the past, looking for an open source alternative to VMWare. Never found one, and now, it suddenly drops out of the sky ;).
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DI just does it
For several years now, I listen to some DI trance from time to time, and they have never disappointed me! OK, that’s it, thought everyone ought to know that 😉
A bookmarklet to control playback of flash movies in your browser. Yup, it even supports Opera although it is not mentioned on the site!
Why not? My blog is only for a few hours online yet, and it has already indexed it through the RSS feeds!
Update: of course, me being a bloggin noob, I didn’t know the pingomatic takes care of that 😉
or *geee*? 🙄 Google seems to want a piece of the IM cake. Mja, can’t blame them, they don’t want to feel left out I guess ;). I read about it some time ago. A colleague told me today, the first version seems to be released. Google Talk. Right…. maybe, people will start asking for each others gmail account instead of their MSN account. I always hate it when people ask for my “chat account”, by which they mean, MSN.
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Heh, quite some posts for a first day. Beginner’s motivation, I guess 😉
Flashing the desktop
Today I discovered there finally is a platform-independent version of vnc2swf!! Vnc2swf is a tool which enables one to capture (part of) the desktop directly into an SWF file through a VNC server.
Formerly, it was a linux-only tool written in C, but now it’s rewritten in Python using SDL as a back-end for viewing. It is also hosted on SourceForge now.