Category: Technology

A hand holding a cellphone quoted on Freenews

My overview of the Dedibox administration console, the new dedicated web hosting offer from the Illiad group, was on the first page of their Freenews informational site yesterday: Frederic has been a Dedibox user since the first hour. He makes us “visit” his administration console. Thus, you will be able to know a little more about the content...

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A disastrous experience: the Blogonautes blog

I have just discovered the blog of Blogonautes without much interest , a directory of blogs operating on subscription and listing to date a little more than 20,000 entries. To be honest, I wasn’t expecting much in terms of content, meta blogging – those blogs that talk about blogs that talk about blogs that … – bothers me deeply. On...

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30,000 Elvis lookalikes soon to be unemployed

Although I do not participate regularly, the majority of discussions concerning Great Britain, I follow the mailing list of the Open Rights Group on a daily basis, just to keep myself abreast of the big nonsense regularly organized around intellectual property. . After seeing those who did not watch the TV commercials being called thieves, we...

A man holding a sign, a real email service for us, the rich

In the series of completely useless, therefore expensive and completely indispensable , the new User Friendly Multimedia Internet today offers us Millionaires24 , a new e-mail provider for us, the rich. The concept is rather attractive: Do you belong to high society? Then take this chance to demonstrate your position in an unambiguous manner. The digital era has begun and free email...

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Feedcollectors, between Bloglines and Orkut

A collection is a collection of RSS / RDF / Atom feeds followed by a particular person, also called an OPML list. This list can be made up of blogs, news sites, podcasts, cartoons… The users of Feedcollectors have the possibility to add their collection to the site as with any RSS aggregator, then to share...

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Bulletproof Web Design

I just completed Dan Cederholm’s Bulletproof Web Design : Improving Flexibility and Anticipating the Worst with XHTML and CSS, published by New Riders. I haven’t bought computer books for a while, except in the case of methodological books that allow me to apply technical knowledge in concrete projects. Dan Cederholm’s goal is to show how to achieve stylish web...

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Yahoo! is it about to buy Technorati?

Interesting Techcrunch article wondering when Yahoo! will decide to buy Technorati . As a reminder, Technorati is a social search engine that marked 2005 by popularizing the tag system, these keywords associated with a specific post. If the search by tags is more precise than the search by simple content which greatly increases the signal / noise ratio, it finds...

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Spammer bots from elsewhere

Interesting article at dr Daveon the upsurge in the phenomenon of spam on blogs through changes to its Spam Karma plugin. It is interesting to see how comment spam – whether on blogs or forums – differs from junk mail, or “junk mail” both in terms of purpose and effectiveness. Spam aims to reach an almost unlimited...


10 good reasons to build an API

Also via Suw Charman , Shaun Inman from Mint explains the ten good reasons to create an API for our applications: An API makes it possible to highlight a brand. An API gives people more power by allowing them to do a few things with your data. People like to talk about what gives them power. If someone uses your API in...