Archive for May 2005

Google Code: Summer of Code

Google Code: Summer of Code This is pretty damn cool!

Two approaches to VoIP – Skype vs. Vonage : TomsNetworking :

Two approaches to VoIP – Skype vs. Vonage : TomsNetworking : I use Skype, wish more people will use it. I am so ready to ditch ALL my IM accounts for Skype… right now I have Jabber, MSN, ICQ, AIM, and Yahoo.

2-finger scrolling working again in Tiger

So Daniel has fixed iScroll2, version 0.25 actually didn’t work out of the box for me, I emailed Daniel and he told me to try “restore to defaults”, it worked afterwards, something strange with Tiger that the settings don’t always reload after reboot… I’m gonna upgrade to 0.25e soon…

Yay, finally booked flight to London, and hotel in Paris

Will be leaving Saturday June 25th, AUS->MSP->LGW, I’m flying NWA because they can stop at MSP so I can spend some time with my folks. On the way to London I will have 22 hours in Minnesota, I will also bring Fee-Fee with me and my folks will have him for 2 weeks!! W00t (I [...]

周杰倫: J III MP3 Player 512MB 限量晶鑽版 – YesAsia.com

周杰倫: J III MP3 Player 512MB 限量晶鑽版 – YesAsia.com: this is an interesting product, this makes the U2 iPod a great deal though…

NewsForge | Windows rapidly approaching desktop usability

NewsForge | Windows rapidly approaching desktop usability Great article, I like this: The improvement in Windows XP Home Edition over previous “ordinary user” versions of Windows — notably Windows ME and Windows 98 SE — is nothing short of magnificent. Once you get past the installation problems, you see a desktop that’s close enough to [...]

Apple Store

Saw this pic at TUAW, I recognize the 2 guys in this pic!! They’re from Austin, one of them is a Mac Genius and another guy is one of the sales guys… I remember he was checking out my Sensa IEMs when I was there… I went to the store 5 times to replace my [...]

old article about google maps

Google maps explained… as simple as possible, but no simpler: Mapping Google

make your PC work like a Mac

Another del.icio.us find… Best Tool For the Job » Make Your PC Work (not look) More Like a Mac

Phishing

I’m getting sick of phishing emails, I get about 5 different ones a day, they mostly target Amazon, eBay, and PayPal. All of them look pretty damn real, but it’s pretty obvious the hostnames or the IP addresses part of the URLs aren’t the real deal… A lot of these phishing pages actually link to [...]