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Thefluffyadmin on August 29th, 2005

So I have begun geotagging some of my photo’s on FLickr! Since I dont have any kind of GPS device, and certainly non built into my camera, I have to add the Londitude and Latitude manually. Thankfully, this process had been made rather easy by Geotagging community, who are centered around geobloggers.com In partular the […]

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Thefluffyadmin on August 25th, 2005

There has been quite some critisism on the tech scene of Google talk, people often siting thats its nothing special, that it lacks features, thats it too basic. But it seems to me that its simplicity is exactly the point. With Messenger clients increasingly bloated with features, a nice, clean, simple and elegant IM client is […]

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Thefluffyadmin on July 11th, 2005

From: BlogJet weblog :: MSN Spaces API Carnage4Life, of the MSN Spaces team, posts on his blog, that MSN Spaces will be supporting the Metaweblog API soon. Or at least, a version of it Our current plan is to provide an implementation of the MetaWeblog API with some methods from the Blogger API while using HTTPS/SSL […]

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Thefluffyadmin on July 1st, 2005

» Blog Archive » Money for Nothing So I was listening to the latest Gillmore gang and what they where talking about struck a chord. They where discussing how Live8 was consumed by about 5 million people via AOL’s streams, and how the consumption of such media was shifting from the broadcast model to the […]

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Jon Udell: Collaborative filtering with del.icio.us That coolness factor of browsing and finding other people’s del.icio.us pages because they seem to share a common interest, could be, in part, an automatic process. Here John introduces a way it could be done, very very cool! I have been filling in key-words of my interests like, for-ever, […]

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