We helped to launch two interesting new Midgard-powered sites yesterday.
I’m really sorry for the state my site has been in for the last month or so. The server I’m hosted on is really starting to decay.
This week has been busy with Midgard-related releases. The MidCOM 2.8 and Midgard 1.8.3 combo is very enticing, as it enables trying out the new replication system.
This summer I will be at these events:
I’m selling my old bogu (kendo armor) on Huuto.net:
There has been discussion on some changes to the near future roadmap of Midgard and MidCOM. Here are the proposed changes in nutshell:
This is probably old news to many, but Google Earth is a very nice tool for visualizing flight track logs. I went yesterday to the Helsinki-Malmi airport, intending to go to the traffic circuit for some landing practice with the club’s “moped Cessna”. Instead, through the magic of the old airport, my plan was changed into flying another plane for...
Since Midgard is now able to import my Jaiku presence information, I’ve finally switched to it completely from Twitter. Since the discussion about the merits of these two different services are being discussed actively, I though I should give some of my reasons:
Maemo Downloads, the application catalog for Nokia internet tablets is again open for business.
Today is the Accident Prevention Day in Finland.