Are you all fed up with that big totally disorganized Windows Start Menu? As we install programs over time our start menu can get really cluttered. I’ve written about bypassing the start menu and ordering it.
Archive for December 2006
Quick on the heels of the latest release of Firefox, Flock, which is based on Mozilla core has released version 0.7.9.
BBC Worldwide has signed a deal with Azureus to distribute hundreds of episodes of BBC programmes. The episodes will be distributed using Zudeo which has been launched to distribute high quality videos (DVD-Quality, HD-Quality). This will make downloading of BBC Episodes over this client legal.
There are two things that every site would love, viz. visitors and return visitors, the latter preferably and participaters. While the commenting system within WordPress allows participation to some extent, it does lack a lot of features, one particularly being the ability for visitors to receive updates on their comments.
Everyone by now must have heard of The Million Dollar Homepage, where you could buy a few pixels to get your tiny logo on the homepage. But what if someone were to offer those pixels to you for free? Would he be considered mad or generous?
Polar Rose, a Swedish firm, plans to make it possible for users to search through photos of people online. It relies on a combination of face recognition algorithms and the collective intelligence of users for the same. Originally developed by CTO Jan Erik Solem, the software is unique in that it is able to extract 3D information from regular 2D images.
Google has acquired Endoxon’s Internet and Mobile businesses. Endoxon is a developer of internet mapping solutions, mobile services, data processing, cartography, direct marketing and the Trinity software suite. Google will use Endoxon’s technology to complement Google Earth and Google Maps.
No it’s not from Apple as most people were expecting it. It is from Linksys. Linksys, a Division of Cisco Systems, Inc.
The best browser IMO has officially released 9.1 version. The file has already been sitting on their FTP servers for the past few days.
It’s not out yet, but Mozilla released 2.0.0.