Stories for Sep. 1, 2008

Unzipping Files Settings to make IP address publicly accessible? My case from Interofficemac.com and power adapter for The Air Touchscreen ideas for Medicfusion EMR? Will SDK run on Mac mini with PowerPC G4? Read more »

Thanks to the web, there are a batch of ways that you can edit a document together with another person – or more than one person – to quickly home in on a final draft. There are three main groups of solution to this problem, each with their own features and drawbacks. Read more »

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There have been persistent – and reasonably credible – rumors that Google was going to release its own browser. Now, thanks to Google Blogoscoped, we have some additional evidence: a 38-page comic book sent out by Google to announce the Google Chrome project. The comic runs […] Read more »

There are a lot of browsers out there beyond the few that most people code for. The most recent one I’ve run into is Navigaya, which might better be described as a Flash-based browser experience for those addicted to sensory assault. When you visit the Navigaya […] Read more »

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In my ongoing search to finish the process of making my Mac the only object I need to do anything at all – a can opener is in development – I’ve been on the lookout for a good piece of software to manage microscopy photos. Most […] Read more »

What a difference a year makes. It was only 10 months ago when the first true netbook, the original Asus Eee PC 701, hit the market. The Eee was a ground-breaking little computer but had a few flaws, the biggest being the limited 800×480 display. Today […] Read more »

Stories for Aug. 31, 2008

As the rumored release date of September 17th gets closer we are seeing more information about and photos of the Google Android-powered HTC Dream handset leak out.  These new photos uncovered by engadget have me getting really excited about the Dream as it looks simple yet […] Read more »

The fourth generation of the great Fujitsu 8.9-inch touch screen Tablet PC has hit the FCC according to our friends at jkkmobile.  The P1630 looks to be another incremental refresh with nothing major changing other than an updating of the processor.  The P1620 is still one […] Read more »

My post, How to standout in a sea of storage startups resulted in a spirited conversation, including some really insightful comments here and else where on the web. Raghu Kulkarni, CEO of Pro Softnet, a Woodland Hills, Calif.-based company said not only he is selling his […] Read more »

CLICK HERE to download the file and listen directly.MoTR 145 is 34:30 minutes long and is a 31.8 MB file in MP3 format. INTRO: Based on “Time v2.1″ by Meta Sektion, additional mixing by James Kendrick.HOSTS: James Kendrick (Houston), Matthew Miller (Seattle) and Kevin C. Tofel […] Read more »

If you’re the sort of web worker who doesn’t take vacations, you may not even have noticed that this is a long weekend in the US (hint: we’re celebrating “a day off for working citizens” on Monday). If you’re not heading out for a break, that […] Read more »

It’s not a new idea to make hay by seizing the messy business opportunities no one else wants. Innovating the distribution of a technology, rather than inventing the technology itself, isn’t novel either. This is the model that made founder Michael Dell a billionaire. Now, San […] Read more »

TechCrunch started a big buzz with their call for a $200 web tablet that they started as a real project to get built.  Things quickly got awfully quiet for a while and speculation grew that it was just another hopeful idea that wouldn’t see the light […] Read more »

Another week has flown by and lots of good tech has made the news.  Netbooks dominate the news as they have for months and lots of movement in the smartphone area was noted.  There are lots of highlights from the past week which are conveniently grouped […] Read more »

Liz met a zombie at Thursday’s Pier Screening in Los Angeles, but rather than eat her brains, as is customary, he offered her a brain dump on GameZombie.tv, a scruffy but popular multi-platform game industry news/interview site with an interesting background, unique premise, and ambitious development […] Read more »

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