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All posts for August 2009

  1. Asynchronous is the new instant

    Categories : Social

    I start this post with the Wikipedia definition of chat to give a backdrop – “Online chat can refer to any kind of communication over the Internet, but is primarily meant to refer to direct one-on-one chat or text-based group chat (formally also...

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  2. Weekly digest of week 34 2009

    You probably know your hourly rate at work, but what about the rest of your time, the time spent not doing work: shopping, queueing, waiting on the phone, eating lunch, watching TV, drinking in the pub? Paul McCrudden decided his every minute was...

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  3. Oracle is still buying the Sun…

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    A lot of you (at least the people in the Java community) are probably curious what the status is of Oracles acquisition of Sun Microsystems. Well since this is a merger that really has a great impact on the market, organizations around the globe...

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  4. The curse of the knowledge

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    I have to give credit to the Internet and a few other things for all the knowledge that I have today. But some things have made me think more, especially when you read and see a lot of things around, is when you start realizing more. Recently, I came...

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  5. Weekly digest of week 33 2009

    Facebook was very prominent in the news this week: first with the acquisition of Friendfeed and then with the possible introduction of a special Facebook browser (which already was predicted on Capgemini’s Technology blog). Google introduced this...

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  6. Is search going to die one day?

    Categories : Social

    Search has become an increasingly important part of our lives, especially on the web. Imagine the world of internet without search. Imagine a website without search. How difficult things can get. But the way things are going, I see this coming to an...

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  7. facebook://

    Having 250 million members, Facebook is huge. If it was a country it would be the fourth country in the world measured on population size (US is third with 300 million, India and China are the numbers 2 and 1 with more than one billion people). It is...

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