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Archive for June, 2007

Not Phoney. It may look like a cheap gadget, riding on the iPhone craze all over the Internet. But for Mac loving web developers and designers, it’s a great way to test your designs on limited screen estate: iPhoney. And with the added features like zooming in the 1.1 version, plus the open sourcing of the project, there’s nothing to stop you to try it out on your favorite web pages.

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Fresh Air. I attended the JavaOne Afterglow, organized by Sun Microsystems Belgium, today, to get an overview of what was announced at JavaOne in San Fransisco a few weeks ago. A busy day: lots of abbreviations, more than a bit of code, a few new things, more details about specs of particular interest – call it fresh air for Java developers. Luckily the venue has an beautiful garden, even in the rain…so I sneeked out a few times to breathe some real fresh air as well.

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A Rainy Pond

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Cynical? I Guess So… But it’s so damn funny too: Asshole driven development. And if you’re a developer, don’t tell me that you have never seen at least one of the methodologies presented in Scott’s blog…

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Perhaps Next Year? “As a RIA that can operate offline and outside the browser, Adobe Digital Editions exemplifies the kind of next-generation application that the Apollo runtime will enable 3rd party developers to create“, explains Adobe itself. I do like the idea of the application: managing an electronic library is a good idea, and ADE does it better than my current “dump ’em on a memory stick” strategy. But ADE isn’t ready yet: to be truly useful, I need such an application on my memory stick, so that I can run it on my Mac as well as on my employer’s PC’s – without losing any functionality, let alone data, of course. Perhaps next year?

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2007-06-22

I Admit It: I succumbed to techno-lust and bought a GPS-device, the Fujitsu-Siemens Pocket LOOX N100. But hey, how many maps can you buy for 149€? And do those maps tell you how to drive when you’re alone in your car? Ah, the excuses we can find if we need them…

[2012-11-20 I had to change the URL from the Belgian Fujitsu product page to the UK PDF manual…]

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2007-06-18

Not Just Another Wiki. Well, of course it is just a Wiki – but for a non-IT public (although some of you might argue that it is precisely very much destined for an IT-minded public): Jedipedia. Das Star Wars-wiki (in German).

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NUKLEOS WEBLOG 2007-06-15

For Gadget Lovers. A classic in the genre: Cool Tools is indeed a fine compilation of … cool stuff.

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