Monthly Archives: April 2006

Windows has departed!

It is a good thing Windows isn’t used for any mission critical systems, isn’t it? Spotted in Cork Airport departures lounge yesterday.

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Enterprise Ireland Web 2.0 event

I’m off to hear Marc Canter, Jeff Clavier, Judy Gibbons, et al speak at the Enterprise Ireland Web 2.0 event tomorrow (Thursday Apr 27th) – if you are going to be there, please introduce yourself, I’d hate to be the … Continue reading

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China blocks Technorati

I received an email this morning from Ken Carroll of ChinesePod telling me that China has blocked Technorati at the great firewall – it would appear that Technorati will no longer be available to anyone to use in China. Co-incidentally, … Continue reading

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Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 to be abandoned?

Microsoft has announced today that Internet Explorer 7 Beta 2 is available for download. In the Microsoft announcement, Dean Hachamovitch, general manager of Internet Explorer development at Microsoft, said the timeline for further releases is: Windows Vista Beta 2, and … Continue reading

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Google Maps rolls out new old data

I spotted that Google Maps satellite data was updated today so I decided to check it out. You still can’t see our new house in Rushbrook (built in 2004) but our old house in Bracken Court is clearly visible and … Continue reading

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GarageBand 3.0.2 update – are they watching me?

Apple announced an update to GarageBand 3.0.2 – this update: addresses issues with video handling, podcast exporting, and importing QuickTime markers. It also addresses a number of other minor issues. This is amazingly co-incidental timing. I run a podcast for … Continue reading

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