Social networks and such things are everywhere. They are fine possibility for everyone to take his share at the striptease session regarding personal data. Web for being a part of it, web to be touched, web 2.0, web the trap – as it never forgets. Every day search engines crawl a huge mass of sites and even archiving […]
I think it would be nice if we’d celebrate that old tradition here in the blogsphere: Putting out a light for inviting the good (readers) and a scary figure to keep the bad (spammer, bots and malware) away… Update: As quite some people like the idea of ‘celebrating’ this event online, some folks joined:
I guess you know the typical eBay ads on TV, showing happy people cheering about their purchase. But what about reality? Who talks about the people who missed an item or were overbid by some software tool, which is against the TOS of ebay. But I don’t want to destroy any illusions, do I?
As my nokia phone is able to log into a wlan, I was thinking of some practical use of it. Sure, reading mails and backing up contacts is a practical application – but this is not the kick ass feature I’d use it for. A phone is for making phone calls. So why not using it as a […]
…if your first thaught at knocking over your drink is Ctrl + Z (Keyboard shortcut for “undo”)
This article is part of the OQO odyssey series – You can find the previous posts here and here. In general, installing linux shouldn’t be a great problem – I guess those were my words right before powering up the umpc again for starting the bootstrap process as I used to do. But I have missed several things: […]