Tuesday, February 14, 2006

Finding blogs with Blogcode

I've been playing with Blogcode.com.

It's an interesting idea, a tool that allows collaborative review (and then comparison) of blogs. I've used it to add basic reviews of my sites - they encourage multiple reviews from different people, so feel free to add your impressions of this blog!

Apparently the most similar blog to this one is currently Robert Scoble's...

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Tuesday, January 17, 2006

Testing Bleezer

A quick post to try out Bleezer, a new Java-based blogging tool.


Friday, October 21, 2005


Flock, a Firefox variant for working with blogs and social bookmarking services is now available as a developer preview. We heard a lot of buzz about it when we met up with the folks from varios blog search companies in September.

Now to see if it meets the hype.

I've configured it to work with my main two blogs on two different services. It's relatively easy - as long as your blog host supports ATOM, and you know the URI of the ATOM API for your blog.

You can download a build here if you want to give it a spin.

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Testing Semagic Blogger support

Just testing the Blogger support in my blogging tool of choice, Semagic, before launching my new Blogger hosted blog.

A New IT World: Coming soon.

"The world of enterprise IT is changing - from server to desktop and everywhere in between.

You've heard the buzzwords: service architectures, loosely coupled applications, virtualisation, serialisation, network storage, network processing. These are just some of the ways in which the way we do IT are changing - a change that will have as much effect on the way businesses work as the arrival of the desktop PC."

Sunday, July 31, 2005

New Blog Homes

It's been a while since we posted anything here - and that's because we're currently blogging (rather a lot) elsewhere...

Simon is blogging at www.simonbisson.co.uk and Mary is at marypcb.livejournal.com.

See you there!

Wednesday, May 16, 2001

Extreme Gadgetry

Silverman's Secure Online Store for those extreme gadgets (and so I don't lose the URL)

Monday, May 14, 2001

New Homes For Old Phones

I often wonder what to do with old kit, and mobile phones in particular are hugely expensive to manufacture, buy and use but have little resale value. Here's a great idea: Great Ormond Street Hospital is asking people to donate their unwanted mobile phones to help children with hearing problems. Mobile phones will be recycled by West One Technology for resale in developing
countries. For every mobile phone collected through the GOSH Phone Raising scheme, the hospital will receive up to £5 to purchase the latest equipment for the Audiology Department. Details at http://www.phones4gosh.com/