Category Archive for 'Linux'

Two great new web apps: MeetingBurner and Wunderkit

Wednesday, February 8th, 2012

I’ve alpha/beta tested both MeetingBurner and Wunderkit during the introductory phases, and now that MeetingBurner has launched and Wunderkit is in public beta, it’s time to let peeps know about them.

My current tech obsession: Nokia N900

Monday, October 12th, 2009

I’m obsessed with the Nokia N900, about to be released. It’s a phone-cum-computer, a.k.a. a smartphone. Smart, indeed. Read on to find out why it’ll control my entire universe and subsequently replace my brain.

Links: VMWare for OSX, Doodim, hot corners, MacBook shutdowns, Gizmo, Quick SMS, Arthur Lee RIP

Monday, August 7th, 2006

VMWare is coming for OSX, Doodim lets you concentrate on one app at a time (OSX only), tips on hot corners (OSX), my MacBook has started to shut down spontaneously, Gizmo is a brilliant VOIP-application allowing you to call other Gizmo-users for free – through the land-lines, and at times using the mobile net! – Quick SMS is a great plugin for WordPress if you want to enable your users to send you SMS’s for free (where applicable) and Arthur Lee has left us for another place.

Links: 80’s videos, Uwe Boll vs critics, Ubuntu, OSX, Quick SMS

Tuesday, June 20th, 2006

Links: 80’s videos, Uwe Boll challenging his critics to a fight, AFI lists the most influential films, making Ubuntu look like OSX, getting WinXP to run under Ubuntu (not using VMWare) and Quick SMS, a new plugin for WordPress.

Links: tech, dissing oki-ni, using encrypted e-mail, et.c.

Monday, June 19th, 2006

Tech, Apple using sweatshop techniques, making a feature-film using just your mobile phone, a wonderful guide on how easy it is nowadays to encrypt your e-mail, I rant on how bad the service from oki-ni has been since I ordered shoes from them, two great extensions to backup your Firefox-stuff with, testing to save money and Criterion’s coming box called “Olivier’s Shakespeare”.