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Sunday, July 31, 2005

Leaky Abstraktions???

I have a friend, who is totally into abstraktions. not the tek stuff, but otherwise in movies n day to day thoughts n so on. we have had more than a kouploff diskussions on the topik but im pretty sure the next time we do that i would point him to this.
Update : something related to the topik

Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Da Agile Filosofy

  • Individuals and interactions over processes and tools
  • Working software over comprehensive documentation
  • Customer collaboration over contract negotiation
  • Responding to change over following a plan

piked frm Agile Rails

Sunday, July 24, 2005

War on Terror

Humour for Nerds. Stuff that maked Yew laugh

Wednesday, July 20, 2005


think the web aint enough
chek this out. the xanadu model

GooGle HaK

For all those striving to get there pageRank up; heres something lil.
blogger doesnot allow for kustom fileNames; the title bekomes the fileName. henceforth if yew wanna a pageName different than ur blog title; first publish ur blog with the blog title as what is required in the page Name n then use a blog tool lik wBlogger to change the title and/or kontent

Friday, July 15, 2005


Joe outlined three founding principles for JotSpot:
  • Software should be "tinkerable."
  • Software should be self-service.
  • Software should be cheap. "I'm a low-price, high-volume guy. I love that model."

Joe said his team was inspired by Flickr's open data, closed source model. "We love what they did with APIs. It's closed source but it feels open. I think that open data will be more important than open source," Joe said. Like Flickr, JotSpot allows third parties to write supporting apps via an open API and allow users to easily get their data out.These seem to be the characteristic of the new types of applications/technologies emerging in Web 2.0: to become open platforms, able to mix and match with other applications/technologies/media. This means nothing is pre-ordained as in current enterprise and off-the-shelf software packages, users continually discover unexpected ways of using the technologies. "This time, it is all about the writeable web rather than the readable web," Joe said.I’ve often said that in the same way that the web browser was important in enabling the first phase of the internet, the browser window is very important in this Web 2.0 phase--except that this time we get to play on the other side of the glass.
Im lost.

luv n sex - 2 sides of different koins

n they said they luved us!!!

Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Kontrolin RSS urls

pretty talked about artikle on rss n other site feeds. age old koncept of providing various levels of indirektion to combat with problems of change.

Monday, July 11, 2005

Dynamic short Urls

more than a kouple of helpful utilities for kreating tiny urls. but it would have a negative effekt on search engines; unless they understand the requisite redirektions.
purl is another which offers the same funktionality. they offer standard http redirekts and i hope the others do the same

LongHorn SkreenShots

Yew gotta give in to these guys. exiliratin


my worst fears have cum true. my new(first) employer asked me to go through a certification test n i failed miserably. 36%. among the least in the klass. n twas a jaav certifikation test.
my pathetik performance has also spawned in me a new thread of thought. whydo these ppl take language specifik tests. i mean, isnt the logik n da rate of assimilation more important?? the primary reason as to why i accepted this job offer was that they would be differenent than the others ie., be impressed by my tek savyness, admire the fakt that im up to datre with the latest tek stuff, not relying on a dekade old language. but things are begining to seem gloomy. day1. lunch break

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