- » Response to InfoWorld’s Choices on 2007’s Top Technology | Virtually Speaking | ZDNet.com - Some other lesser-known technologies that are part of the overall virtualization landscape.
- Official Google Maps API Blog: 2007 Wrap Up: A Map-tastic Year! - A good overview of what was new with Google Maps in 2007. I have a small application that I'll have to get finished one of these days.
- Jeffrey Friedl’s Blog » Blog Archive » How to Install a Lightroom Export Plugin - Handy plugin for Adobe Lightroom and flickr.
- Hacking NetFlix : Paramount To Ditch HD DVD, Too? - "I was joking about selling my HD DVD player, but I'm not buying any more HD DVD discs." I'm in the same boat. I just have a few, so no big deal. The question now seems when not if. There's too much momentum in one direction to stop.
- ASCII by Jason Scott: The Long Hosting Goodbye - Moving things offsite on a small scale. "Letting go is hard, but after a while you realize you're not keeping up patching, you're not using your bandwidth properly, and you're spending hours doing things that others are paid to do all day and do it better
- Virtualization in the Enterprise Survey: Your Virtualized State in 2008 - Some interesting survey numbers about virtualization.
- Deconstructing Real Google Searches: Why Powerset Matters - ReadWriteWeb - All good points (intel--as in intelligence) and Intel is one that I run into). To some degree, however, as commenters note you may just need to learn a very few basics about more advanced search techniques.
- Linux and GPLv3 - "In the end, what we have is a stable system by reason of inertia. It may eventually shift, but not anytime soon."
- Dynamist Blog: Who Needs 1,000 Typefaces? - "'Having an idea for a typeface used to be like having an idea for a new-model car,' says Bierut. Now the distance between idea and execution, designer and user, has contracted." Unfortunately the full article is behind a firewall.
- PC World - Microsoft: No HD DVD Xbox - Unsurprisingly, it looks like Microsoft is also tiptoeing away from the HD DVD camp.
- Comcast introduces open-cable platform | CNET News.com - Is Comcast actually opening up their platform a bit without being dragged totally kicking and screaming?
Wednesday, January 09, 2008
Posted by Gordon Haff at 9:55 AM