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...
Midgard has a very powerful page templating system, and this has been noted in CMS Watch kudos lists several times.
Now that advertisements recognize you, flying cars are coming, and a Bond movie mostly uses off-the-shelf technology, we can say the future is really here.
Because of time constraints I have not been flying as much as I should. However, if I want to keep my license current that has to change.
Defense policies of Finland on whether we should join the NATO aside, I just hope I never will have to write a blog post like this:
Nemein has today acquired a new General Manager into the company. We are delighted to benefit from the experience and keen insights of the brand new Nabaztag. Here you can see it already settled in our office:
I’ve blogged earlier on how OpenPsa 2 can utilize information pulled from the websites of organizations and persons entered into the system.
If you want to cache your MidCOM site, but are on a chrooted environment and so can’t run Squid, one option is to use the Cache_Lite PEAR package. To do this, you must have access to the page elements used on your site.
This is the latest iteration of my home on the web. I’ve had a website since sometime in 1994, and under this same “iki” address since 2001. This latest design was actually made in spring 2006 after our US trip, but has been waiting in mothballs for the right moment.