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Check out otavo

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Yeah, on wednsday I had a quick chat on #microformats with amanuel, the social ambassador of otavo . I have tested it some months ago already and public beta seems to be near now. Ve  

Joined the twitter posse

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As you might have noticed from the right column of the blog, there is now a "currently doing" module showing my latest 'tweets'. Yeah, right, it's powered by twitter.com , whic  

O'Reilly really disappointed me :(

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I am (was?) a big fan of O'Reilly - my computer book publisher of choice. They always support Open Source, understand the issues of freedom in the digital age. And of course  

People start to get the web... ;)

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Now this is exactly how it should be: draft: social network filter for nearly everything @ pixelsebi's repository .  

Played around with ohloh.net

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ohloh is a pretty nice n' nifty web2.0 service, that allows anyone to assess Open Source projects and coders. I don't know, why I just now stumbled across it (my bro told me abo  

Star Trek Cribs

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You know the MTV show cribs, where celebrities show their homes? Well, Spock from Star Trek is on this show: Star Trek Cribs - The Director's Cut  

Twitter usability really sucks big time

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As I already told, I am getting into twitter and though I'm not having any significant social network on twitter, I'm starting to get some of the ideas and some others - I just don't! But what I can t  



Updated this site and added experimental Google-Maps module

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While I was at catching up with Tiki-development , I also decided to give a fuc# about other people breaking CVS and updated this  

Who? flickr? - They're lame compared to me ;)

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Check it out yourself with the web 2.0 validator: http://web2.0validator.com/ Sorry, no deep link possible afaik. Just enter http://flickr.com yourself. Or try with with some link to an imag  

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Born, went to school, started hacking on free software, did some major high availability sysadmin work in between, now back to my original passion: managing knowledge. :) -- Long CV

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