I recently celebrated my 1000th bookmark on del.icio.us and mentioned some things I would like to see implemented such as usage data: revisiting links data sorting your list by frequent use attempts to double post a link (as an indication of importance) Erik kindly offered to talk about possibly implementing some of these features by… Read more More thoughts on del.icio.us
I just passed the thousand bookmarks on my del.icio.us account and the winner of the number 1000 entry is: Semapedia.org as recommended in a comment by Erik. Close candidates were: number 999: Quickeo – Private file sharing with a simple email! and number 1001: Code bloat – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia I started using del.icio.us… Read more A thousand del.icio.us bookmarks
This image displays the QR code that contains the URL of my blog. (( QR-Code Generator. 4 May 2007 <http://qrcode.kaywa.com/>. )) A QR Code is a matrix code (or two-dimensional bar code) created by Japanese corporation Denso-Wave in 1994. The “QR” is derived from “Quick Response”, as the creator intended the code to allow… Read more Visit my blog by scanning my QR Code
Michael Stevenson and Erik Borra developed the Whatever Button for Firefox which makes your life so much easier: Pay Submit Send Whatever At almost every turn on the Web, we are asked to say yes. Yes to registration, yes to membership, yes to personal recommendations. Yes is said for us, with pre-filled checkboxes that read… Read more The Whatever Button – Now for Firefox!
Yesterday I participated in the public colloquium “UbiScribe: Collocollaboracontentquery?” as a part of the DEAF07 festival. The topic of Ubiscribe is pervasive publishing in the networked media of which blogging is obviously a part. This caught my attention regarding my thesis on “Blog Software and the Act of Blogging.” The term publishing is used in… Read more DEAF07 – UbiScribe: Collocollaboracontentquery?
While writing a piece on the Ubiscribe event at the DEAF festival I went to Blogger’s website. Blogger automatically localizes me based on my IP-address and welcomes me in my own language. Google does the same thing when I go to Google.com it automatically redirects me to Google.nl. Even though I can see the advantages… Read more Google and Blogger, please stop localizing me!