Linkification v23

, posted: 6-Feb-2009 10:50

LinkificationNews / Web Happenings:

Telecom New Zealand to retain contact centre in New Zealand and move 250 position offshore
UK Can't Read Its Own ID Cards
Foxmarks Bookmark Syncing Available for IE, Safari
Google LatLong: Introducing Google's Imagery Partner Program
Google Books Mobile and More
Google Chrome to support extensions by May?
Google rolls out offline Calendar access
Firefox Updates to 3.0.6, Addresses Security and Stability Issues
Know Where Others Are With Google Latitude
Skype 4.0 for Windows released
Download Google Earth 5.0 Now: Explore the Oceans and Travel Back in Time
Windows 7 Touch and Multitouch Video Walkthrough
Windows 7 Comfortably Scales to 600MHz, 512MB UMPC

General / Neat Stuff:

College students contact space station with self-built radio system
Aptera unveils full specs for its flagship 2e
Masdar City's driverless podcars are more shuttle than Johnny Cab
MergePDF Combines PDF Documents for Free


Rumor: iPhone 3.0 Might Let Apps Run in the Background for Real Multitasking
Apple teams up with Adobe for iPhone Flash at long last


Hawkes Bay Sharepoint User Group - If you're in the bay, come along!
.NET Time Tunnel - A great retrospective on the .Net releases and the features they introduced.


Prank of the Year: Comcast Tucson Airs Graphic Porn During Super Bowl (NSFW)

FAIL of the week:

Staying Conscious Fail - This best part of this is the obvious concern of her colleagues.
Motorcycle 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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nickb800 on Keep website registrations / signups simple: Good points. With the recent PSN hacking, it should remind website owners that c...

Jacob Sauni on Keep website registrations / signups simple: Great advice. It'd be good to know signup completion rates for simple forms vs l...

Tom Horn on Linkification v51: Thanks very much for linking to my World War Two Timeline Project. Glad you like...

Ragnor on Linkification v53: I'm floored, WebSpark is incredible value.. was considering learning Rails and b...

RedJungle on Linkification v42: Anyone still actually use hotmail? I only really used mine as spam address for e...

Ragnor on Linkification v42: Still no IMAP (without using office connector) for Windows Live Hotmail.. epic f...

RedJungle on Linkification v39: Hmm, thanks - it was only meant to be through one word.. formatting FAIL. ...

kinsten on Linkification v39: whats with the massive strike out?...

RedJungle on Linkification v38: A necissary evil - I added that link more so I can find the guide again in the f...

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