Just posting this because I like the title of this SiliconRepublic article. ENN did a piece too, but they weren’t clever enough to come up with a witty title.
While on tour in Kerry last week meself and T stopped just across from Whiddy Island for lunch, and loads of questions popped up about the explosion there, and what different bits and pieces were, or were for. As ever, Wikipedia clears everything up: …
In an Amazon-like oddity, Google have released a version of their image organiser, Picasa, for Linux. But the download page is apparently only available from within the United States! What’s that about? Here’s the digg, view the comments for workarounds:
Goggle is further embracing the open-source community by developing one of their most popular applications, the Picasa picture organizer, for the Linux platform. Way to go Google!
Well, apparently he’s on holiday, but the person that writes his blog for him responded for him. A little remorse, but a weak (imho useless) response. Fiver says O’Reilly’s on the way to a computer right now. I hope he’s got his apologisin’ hat on.
Please refer to it as Web 2.1 from this point forward, just to annoy Tim O’Reilly’s lawyers.
Wasn’t Tim the one that took Jeff Bezos up on Amazon’s 1-Click patent? Asshole.
And will I be sued now for using the term here?
And I’m the mug. Boyle Sports had a “we’ll match your deposit” offer a while back, so I decided to fire in a tenner and play the geegees with tips from the Horse Racing forum on Boards.ie as my sole point of reference, as a sort of experiment.
Long story short, I blew my last €7.36 today on a long shot, and the experiment is a resounding failure. Fun though.
According to Snopes, more collect phone calls are made in the US on Father’s Day than on any other day of the year. What horrible people. Be interesting to see relevant figures for Europe or Ireland though.