posted March 19th, 2010 by
When people report bugs they almost never provide the minimum, simple information that would help you investigate the problem. Support Details simplifies this by automatically identifying a machines system details for export in popular formats. more…
posted March 15th, 2010 by
On 15th March 1985, 25 years ago today the first .com domain was registered by Symbolics computers of Cambridge, Massachusetts. 668,000 .com sites are registered every month totaling 250 million. Read more on the .com’s silver anniversary on Facebook and the BBC.
posted March 12th, 2010 by
EVERYBODY is talking about chatroulette.com the new live voice and video cam site where you are randomly connected to strangers and introduced to their stranger behaviour. more…
posted May 23rd, 2009 by
There’s something of a spat developing over whether Last.fm’s parent company CBS handed over sensitive user listening data, usernames and IP address to the RIAA. TechCrunch challenges Last.fm to Deny This after Last.fm says
“TechCrunch are full of shit”.
posted March 28th, 2009 by
Digg founder Kevin Rose last week launched his new site WeFollow.com, a user-content-driven, Twitter directory. WeFollow categorises and aggregates your Twitter account based on the three keywords you supply and your Twitter following.
posted March 21st, 2009 by
Douglas Bowman, Google’s Visual Design Lead has left the company, posting his reasons on his blog Stop Design. In his goodbye message he sites the over use of testing and data to justify every design decision saying: “that data eventually becomes a crutch for every decision”.
posted March 21st, 2009 by
Version 8 of Windows Internet Explorer is ready for download. IE8 thankfully promises to be more standards compliant than predecessors and as a result features a “Compatibility View” button to account for more…
posted February 19th, 2009 by
Gigya.com is a “widget sharing platform” that helps developers and publishers distribute widgets, providing an API and analytics, to help you create and publish to 70 well known social networks, blog platforms and bookmarking sites.
posted February 14th, 2009 by
aremysitesup.com offers a web service that notifies you when your website becomes unavailable and then comes back up. The free package will check up to 20 sites 25 times a day, sending notifications by email or SMS. more…
posted February 3rd, 2009 by
I’d previously mentioned how I’d had problems with WordPress 500 errors when attempting to install plugins. I had put this down incompatibilities between WordPress MU and some plugins, but with a few simple changes to the configuration of the PHP installation on your hosting account, you can quickly improve WordPress performance. more…