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How to Use WordPress as a CMS (Content Management... →
DocVerse: Easy MS Office Document Sharing and... →
Written by Simon Mackie. One of the great things about apps like Google Docs and Zoho is how easy they make it to collaborate with others. No more emailing a Word 2007 document to a…
Qapacity: Find and Provide Services Through... →
Written by Darrell Etherington. A little while ago, I reviewed the service offered by GigPark, which was essentially a referrals network to help people find and share service…
Slashdot | Build a BoxeeBox and Wean Yourself From... →
Pod to PC Transfers Music from Any iPod, iPhone... →
Windows only: Pod to PC can grab the music and movies off nearly any Windows-formatted iPod for transferring to your PC, and avoids duplicates while doing so. Install and fire up the software, and…
The Linux Pub Quiz | TuxRadar →
Testing Spotify - http://tr.im/frec. Looks more advanced than Last.fm, I prefer the Last.fm client so far - also no Linux support yet :-(
Grab Windows 7 while you still can - http://tr.im/fr2v
Looks like O2 have changed something with their 3G or GPRS settings. Fresh ones can be downloaded here - http://tr.im/fqht (UK)
Thats it, I’m done for the day, Wohoo!
Amazon unveils Kindle 2: No UK launch yet →
As was widely expected, Amazon on Monday unveiled the Kindle 2 — the second generation of its ebook reader — at a press conference in the Morgan Library and Museum, New York. Like the…
Toward a Theory of Online Learning →
Archos announces Android phone - Crave at CNET UK →
Great to hear there are more Android devices on the way!
Google extends syncing of contacts / calendar to non blackberry devices. http://tr.im/fl3n - Not sure if it works with GAFYD?
Twitter to begin charging brands for commercial... →
Back in the office this morning. Soon we will have to have a whole department dedicated to dealing with Backup Exec errors!
Just walked home in the pooring rain. Maybe commuting on foot isn’t really that fun. :-(
Networking sites 'could help firms add £3bn to the... →
Ahh, the phones have gone down. Looks like our phone systems power brick is dead. Sending the boss to the shops for a replacement!