I'm posting this with the Maemo Blog application. We had a lunch with Santtu who wrote it, and I tried to demo how it doesn't work with my blog. And suddenly it did! Reverse demo effect ;-)
Midgard Weekly Summaries resurrected
We were practicing some basic Haidong Gumdo techniques with Jose today, and decided to try the video features of my N90. Here’s a quick clip of me doing the fourth basic technique:
Open Source Content Management System Summit 2007 will be held in Sunnyvale, CA on March 22nd and 23rd. I’ve proposed the following session:
Thanks to help from Ferenc, Maemo Plazer, the Plazes client for the Nokia N800 Internet Tablet is now available:
MWS, for those who don’t remember it, was a Midgard Weekly Summary. It was published every week from mid-1999 to sometime in 2001, first by me and later by Ken Pooley from the Sewanee University.
When this bunny joined our company, I wrote that the plan was to make our CRM system talk to the Nabaztag. Today the first step was taken by making a Nabaztag notifier plugin for the org.openpsa.notifications library.
Intergalactic hitchhikers get another treat: We have updated the older Maemo Plazer to work with the new Plazer API and the Maemo 3.0 that is on N800. We also integrated it more closely with the UI:
While my site is publishing a lot of photos, I’m using Flickr as my central photo storage location. The reason for this is simple:
The fact that our VoIP provider has a proprietary closed network has bothered me for a while. In their N800 review, Spicy Gadget Roll put it well: The two instant messengers found in the N800 are Jabber and Google Talk. Both instant messengers are built on open standards, which I whole-heartedly believe in. There’s a lot of confusion as to...