Linkification v33

, posted: 24-Apr-2009 09:46

LinkificationBusy, busy week

News / Web Happenings:

Help shape Sprite Backup 7.0 for Windows Mobile
Radler Trademark and DB Boycott
Telecom unveils the XT Network branding
Aliph Jawbone Prime arrives to coddle your ears, raid your wallet
Sun Announces New MySQL, Michael Widenius Forks
Yahoo! pulls the plug on GeoCities - I have mixed feelings about this. My first website was housed with the free GeoCities hosting (then later FortuneCity).
Firefox 3.0.9 Update Patches Critical Security Issues
Google launches experimental Similar images, News timeline features
Oracle to buy Sun Microsystems for US$ 7.4billion and then local commentary here - Did Oracle just become relevant?
Windows 7 RC to be released publicly on May 5
Windows Mobile 6.5 takes personalization to the next level with themes and Titanium plugins
Ubuntu 9.04 Release Candidate now available and then Ubuntu 9.04 is available for download
Official Gmail Blog: New in Labs: Suggest more recipients
Google Maps Shows Local Webcams
BitTorrent Site The Pirate Bay Admins Found Guilty, Sentenced to a Year

General / Neat Stuff:

Husqvarna's SMS-enabled Automower 260 ACX: ur lawnz mowed kk?
Giant keyboard art in Shenzhen metro station offers tech-friendly seating
The New Zealand iPhone 3G network debacle
Sync Outlook and multiple Google Calendars with Remote Calendars
Fling Automates Remote Backup and Network Transfers
Twitter Blog: What's The Deal with OAuth?
5 Things your SEO company won't tell you
Create an Outlook Email Message from the Clipboard


Attention Developers: Google Analytics API Launched!

FAIL of the week:

Locked In Fail


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Phil Gale
Hawkes Bay
New Zealand

My names Phil, and I'm a software / web developer (and designer) based in Hawke's Bay, New Zealand.

I've a keen interest in all things to do with the net', as well as GPS, and most other gadgets.

I am the director of Red Jungle Limited and StaffTracker Limited. I'm involved in a number of technology start-ups.

If you want to contact me, you can do so through my website.


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