Yup, Google X is back but not where you would expect. There are also a few links hiding the the googlex group
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Firefox has had over 46 million downloads! I’ve been meaning to add a link on my blog to the Spread Firefox site for a while, and today I noticed that Download Counter was back and with a feed! I had a quick look at the WordPress plugin, but both Infocraft’s Firefox Counter and SFX@CP.NET’s Firefox […]
While I was sorting through my various pictures the other day I came across a screen shot I had sent a friend before my pc died. I noticed the font I was using, it was a font I had installed days previously, and had yet to store in my must-have box. I searched fairly hard […]
OutlookMT (MagicFolder) is a utility that monitors a designated Outlook 2003 folder for items. An item placed in the “magic folder” will be posted to the weblog specified in the settings. It works pretty well. I think it’s expecting word based emails, and I have set outlook to HTML emails only. Kunal has done a […]
Gareth dumped this link on me friday afternoon just I was leaving the office. It had been a hectic week, and the weekend wasn’t any quieter. I finally got around to reading the cluetrain manifesto this morning in my partially dazed state. It’s worth the read. I love the comment from Eric Raymond: The cluetrain […]
Went to see The Phantom of the Opera last night. Very, very cool. Words don’t do it justice.
Looks like flash beat me to it
Every now and again when some yells an expletive in the office and appends ‘.com’ to it (we are an IT software company after all). I immediately pop open my browser and surf to the offending site. Today it was mother bitch, and I’m sorry if you take offence to the language, but damn it’s […]
It looks like Quantum Mechanics is getting yet another theory. This time it’s Decoherence. It works together all the seperate collapse theories, so no conflicts there. (The Role of Decoherence in Quantum Mechanics). It also explains why small systems can remain in a state of flux and big systems don’t. Not only that, but they’ve […]
JaySafe Systems has the clearest network cable pinout diagrams I have ever seen. If you make these sort of cable every now and again and can never remember which wires go where, this site is for you!