The personalized homepage was created to bring together the stuff that interests you from across the web. From an engineering perspective, order this became an opportunity to create a framework for all types of content and information. Supporting RSS and Atom feeds was one step in that direction.
Google Earth for Mac OS X (Beta):
Today I woke up with a nice surprise email in my inbox. A anonymous reader tipped me off to a Beta version of Google Earth for Mac OS X. I don’t know what the system requirements are, but the program works great on my Powerbook. (1.67Ghz, 1.5GB RAM)
I don’t know how long this link will […]
Say hello to my new Zodiac2, from Tapwave.
“It’s a defunct handheld gaming platform”, said James, “but value for money as a Palm-powered PDA”. “How value for money?” I asked.
And he told me that it’s not often you get a metal Palm device with 256Mb of memory, 2 memory slots and built-in bluetooth for just $299. So I had no choice but to buy it. Really.
So I have the most beautiful notebook available on the market, and I really shouldn’t feel too bad about not being able to run certain things, like Google Earth, GoogleTalk (although it runs on iChat in limited fashion) and now this thing which I saw on James ‘Tech Guru’ Seng’s blog. But how? I want my 80+ channels of Chinese TV! Free!
“I want double-eyelid surgery, but can only afford one at a time… how ah?”