Category Archives: Web
Long overdue. Works too, me likey! Handwrite enables you to search by just writing letters with your finger most anywhere on your device’s screen—there’s no keyboard that covers half of the screen and no need for hunt-and-peck typing.
Wikileaks is having to play a ridiculous game of musical chairs this week. They were forced to move their hosting to Amazon, from which they were promptly booted; and then the DNS for their primary domain name wikileaks.org was deleted … Continue reading
This is for AJ, and any other Twitter addicts out there. It’s a very cool little webapp that maps your tweets as they get RT’d, developed by Foot.ie user tetsujin1979. Here’s the deets: Hello, and welcome to ReTweetGraph, a site … Continue reading
Is there any end to that man’s talents? Between his 1337 skillz on the nose flute and his highlighting of the crap Justice Charleton parroted in his judgement on UPC v Dumb Greed Merchants, you have to wonder. Course he’s … Continue reading
Makes perfect sense once you get over the initial confusion. (Via Wired.)
From Times Online.
This is brilliant, a Firefox account manager that standardises the handling of authentication on websites, including registration, login and logout handling, account cancellation, password changes, etc. It’s similar in some respects to the likes of LastPass, but it’s more focused … Continue reading
I’m sure I’ve called Mark Zuckerberg a scumbag here before, usually because of his total disregard for privacy. This is the other reason. I don’t feel all that sorry for the guys at Harvard that were done over, their handling … Continue reading
I’ve been meaning to do a regular post about interesting IE domain drops for a while now, but wading through the list can be very dull. So instead of a comprehensive list, I’ll just troll through everything up to 10 … Continue reading
(Line Share allows other operators to rent just the internetty part of the line, without having to take the phoney part.) ComReg set it to 77c in August of last year and Eircom, predictably, appealed. The case is now settled, … Continue reading