Linkification v57

, posted: 23-Oct-2009 08:42


News / Web Happenings:

Microsoft Releases More Free Windows 7 Theme Downloads
OpenDNS Deluxe Adds Deeper Controls and Email Support
Kindle for the PC Announced
Twitter Blog: Bing Goes The Dynamite! - Bing introduces twitter search
Windows 7 Amazon's Most Popular Preorder Ever
Google to Launch Music Service to Compete Against iTunes? - This would be a very interesting development
Microsoft New Zealand unleashes Windows 7
Windows Mobile 7 to feature more operator-specific UXs
Flickr Adds People Tagging a la Facebook
Official Google Blog: RT @google: Tweets and updates and search, oh my!
Barnes & Noble Nook dual-screen reader officially announced... for real
Firefox Headed to Android Phones
Google Analytics Now More Powerful, Flexible And Intelligent
Windows Mobile 6.5.1, the 6.5 that should have been
DisplayFusion 3.1.5 Released
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey's Squirrel project revealed... as the Square iPhone Payment System
AVG 9 Free Now Available for Download
Twitter Lists Makes Following Easier and Organized

General / Neat Stuff:

Lifehacker's Complete Guide to Windows 7
Chrome Portable 3.0 Lets You Take Google's Browser Anywhere
The Power User's Guide to Google Chrome, 2009 Edition
Helicopter Scans Indoor Environment (Video)


Official Boot Camp Support for Windows 7 Coming Later This Year
Apple Magic Mouse Review - Gizmodo
A video walkthrough of Apple's newest additions (Unibody MacBook, iMac, Magic Mouse)
Apple Introduces New Aluminum Remote, Improves Performance on AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule
Apple Releases Updated iMac Models With 21.5- and 27-Inch LED Screens
Apple Introduces Magic Mouse - A Multi-Touch Mouse
Apple Updates Mac Mini and Adds Server Option
MacBook Updated with LED Display, Multi-Touch, 7 Hour Battery
Apple Reveals a Fancy New "Magic" Mouse, Various Hardware Updates
Mozilla Releasing Unknown App for iPhone
Apple Opens Up 'In App Purchasing' for Free iPhone Applications


IIS 7.5 Launched with Windows 7 and Windows 2008 R2
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 - a first look at the UI and Web Development
Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2
The Mystery Of The CSS Float Property
Announcing Microsoft Ajax Library (Preview 6) and the Microsoft Ajax Minifier

FAIL of the week:

Driver 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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