Monthly Archives: April 2007

DSLinux

It was a good week at work. And as everyone knows, there’s no better way to relax and unwind after a nice full work week than to get Linux running on some bit of consumer hardware it was never meant … Continue reading

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The Machines Are Watching

I’ve been playing around with RubyfulSoup for a few different projects. It’s a library for accessing HTML pages from within Ruby as if the format was actually sane for web pages (based on Beautiful Soup download American Gangster for Python). … Continue reading

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Paxmodept Twitlet

Hat tip to Enrique for pointing out Twitlet, a Java ME Twitter client. Was just trying it out on my E61, looks pretty cool. I’m actually more in the Twitter by IM crowd normally than the Twitter by SMS crowd … Continue reading

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MoMo Recap

Last night was the April SV Mobile Monday over at Berkeley. Tony ended up not being able to make it, but that’s what happens when you schedule rockstars, sometimes they get pulled away by forces beyond your control. It ended … Continue reading

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Sitemap Autodiscovery

The big names in search are coming together around a common agreement on sitemap handling, including a method of autodiscovery linking to the sitemap from within the robots.txt file. Nice! I see nothing about a common understanding of how to … Continue reading

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Mobile Search,.mobi Domains, and Findability

We’ve been running an AdMob.mobi site for a while, it’s been up for a few months now. It’s basically just brochureware, info about how to contact us if the only way you can get to info is from a mobile. … Continue reading

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mIRGGI – S60 3rd Edition IRC

Everyone on 3rd edition (especially those of us with full keyboards) miss WirelessIRC, the fantastic symbian based IRC client. It just doesn’t work on the new phones. Fortunately someone has hacked together a new project: mIRGGI. It’s not open source, … Continue reading

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Mobile CSS Rendering

I was just fooling around with some mobile WordPress stuff, and noticed that a few sites I was playing around with rendered slightly different on Opera Mini vs the Services browser or Nokia OS browser. Not a tremendous deal, but … Continue reading

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