As reported this morning in Slashdot, you should read and carefully consider Google Chrome’s end user license agreement (EULA) before using Chrome. It’s hard to read in the teeny tiny box that Google provides so I am reproducing the entire text below the break. I am certainly not a lawyer but I am a paranoid, […]
Google released Chrome today and you will see “Google Chrome is a browser” if you visit the Chrome web page. Do not be deceived, though. Chrome is not designed to replace Internet Explorer or Firefox or Safari. Chrome is designed to replace your operating system and virtually all of the software that you use every […]
LibraryThing did something amazing last Thursday: it made images of the covers of a million books available for anyone to use for free. This is way better than using Amazon.com’s book covers because you can display them without linking to Amazon. If you are a library or an independent book store, having links on your […]
Sure. Go head. Call tech support and tell him that the web site is down. No problem. Did I admit that my business is hosting and supporting web sites? Nah. Didn’t think so.
Late last night, I ran across podPress, “a dream plugin for podcasters using WordPress. It’s so cool that Candy went to sleep… because I was donking around with the computer far into the night. I have updated my two previous podcast postings, Podcast #1 and Performance Bonuses for Politicians. If you get a chance, go […]
Spam disgusts me. It has rendered free email, one of the most heartfelt examples of human cooperation, completely untenable. I have been relying on email, for business and personal connections, since I worked at TRW in 1980. I used to run a medium-sized UUCP hub at FileNet in Orange County, CA on a VAX 750 […]
I seem to be an internet omnivore, according to the Pew Internet & American Life Project Omnivores make up 8% of the American public. Members of this group use their extensive suite of technology tools to do an enormous range of things online, on the go, and with their cell phones. Omnivores are highly engaged […]
Don MacAskill over at SmugMug (my favorite photo sharing site) brought my attention to OpenID, a budding solution to an old computer problem: If you use a computer, you have way too many passwords to conveniently remember. You might use one or two passwords, perhaps a simple one for web sites that you do not […]
Are you wondering what is new in Firefox 2.0? Read eWEEK Labs Walk-Through: Firefox 2 Final Release. Download Firefox (for free) from Mozilla.com.
Ms. Dewey is simply too funny. Crank up your speakers and prepare for a hillarious Flash event. I don’t think that she will replace Google but then again… you never know….