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Is your Time Machine wireless?

Like probably everybody else, I’ve been quite lazy taking backups. Through the Linus backup philosophy this hasn’t been so bad: my code is in various repositories and my photos are on Flickr. But when a hard drive died on me last year, a bunch of small things were still lost.
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MidCOM content cache rides again

Midgard is quite a huge framework, and so caching is needed to keep things efficient. To that effect, MidCOM 2.4 in 2005 added a major feature of caching generated pages until they needed reconstructing.
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CouchDb 0.7.0 is out

Version 0.7.0 of CouchDb was released yesterday. CouchDb is a very interesting object database that powers our Ajatus CRM.
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Previewing Ajatus - the distributed CRM

While there is no public release yet, I though to give a heads-up on a project we’re working on with Jerry: Ajatus is a distributed, or peer-to-peer CRM system built on top of CouchDb.
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Midgard and the Law of Karma

Karma: The total effect of a person’s actions and conduct during the successive phases of his existence, regarded as determining his next incarnation. (wiktionary)

The World's Internet Tablet?

GigaOM has a very interesting article on the new N810 internet tablet, and how it will be relevant for the developing world:
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Asgard welcome page just got useful

Asgard is the new administrative interface for Midgard we’ve been working on for the 1.9 release. Today its welcome page just got a lot more useful as we added a way of listing recently modified objects of any type and performing mass actions on them:

Midgard and HTML Purifier

Inspired by Kore Nordmann’s post Why are you using BBcodes?, Midgard now has integrated support for the HTML Purifier library. From the HTML Purifier site:
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Mapstraction supports OpenLayers now

Mapstraction is a javascript library that abstracts the usage of the various web map systems out there. Using it you can display Google Maps, Microsoft Virtual Earth, Yahoo! and other maps with same javascript code. And now also OpenLayers, a free software map implementation.