Apr 24, 2006

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Are Pinoys leading US broadband adoption?

I came across this broadband segmentation document (Microsoft Word) from the US Internet Industry Association. Without specifying the actual ethnicities or countries of origin, the study says: Asian-Americans who speak English are one of the most connected populations in the country, with nearly 85 percent of the English-speaking Asian-American population online. Internet...

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Apr 24, 2006

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Web evolution

J. Angelo Racoma posted an interesting analysis on the web evolution, citing that blogging is the realm of the elite. I tend to agree in his basic premise that Web 2.0 would turn out to be another Web 1.0 model. He offers one rationale–”we are but gradually moving into a state where the community aspect of the Web is losing out to dominance by a certain few;” I...

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Apr 23, 2006

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Virtual Drives

First there is the gdrive rumor. Now there is Orbitfiles, which allows users...

Apr 23, 2006

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Pinoy developers create mobile blogg...

Manila Bulletin report: The new service offered by Los Angeles-based BlogStar...

Apr 22, 2006

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Problogger, meet Blog Editor…

An article at CNN Money lists blog editing as a trendy job for 2006 (When...

Apr 21, 2006

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Google Calendar Data API’s

Google recently released it’s Calendar Data API’s for developers. ...

Apr 20, 2006

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The trouble with DIGG

A fellow ForeverGeek writer presents some striking revelations about how...

Apr 20, 2006

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Beyond 3G

What are the local mobile and telecoms developments beyond 3G? While Globe and...

Apr 20, 2006

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PLDT.COM issue settled

Chin Wong reports, Six-year-old dispute on PLDT.com settled: Court documents...

Apr 19, 2006

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Firefox bus

I felt a twinge of envy when I saw several pictures of the Firefox bus in...

Apr 18, 2006

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A Peek Inside WikiMedia’s Serv...

Just to prove the openness of Wikipedia’s founders. They posted their...

Apr 17, 2006

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Hacking tools

To better understand—and, consequently, to better ensure—network...

Apr 17, 2006

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Firefox 2.0 is Bon Echo Alpha 1

I’ve recently installed Bon Echo Alpha 1 (Firefox 2.0) to both my XP...

Apr 16, 2006

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Maintenance 3.4 for Mac OSX

As a recent Mac convert, I thought I never have to do what I have been doing...

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