Feb 7, 2006

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Mark your calendars : checking out Spongecell and ...

I have been checking out calendaring apps like Spongecell and 30 Boxes. They’re both easy to use and if you’re thinking of sharing your calendar with other people (friends and family, groupmates, others), it’s pretty handy. Things I liked about Spongecell: Easily add events using the Spongebar. (Basically a text input box at the top of the calendar.) Easy to...

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Feb 6, 2006

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FON and close-to-free wifi

FON, a small outfit from Spain that’s trying to make free (or at least as close to free as possible) wifi access available worldwide recently got a big boost from the VoIP behemoth that is Skype. Reading more from FON’s blog, it seems not just Skype is bankrolling their operations. Google has a hand in it as well, along with a couple of major venture capital...

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Feb 5, 2006

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Forum on RP ICT Competition Policy

Via the Philippine Electronic and Telecommunications Federation: PETEF...

Feb 5, 2006

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Gizoogle

If Google results are boring you to death and that you want some pizazz or...

Feb 2, 2006

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Smart WiFi – an alternative pe...

In an article I published in Technobiography, I shared a theory: I have this...

Feb 1, 2006

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The No-Install IE7 Public Beta Setup

Digg posted the news, but I’ll add in a really helpful tip for it: How...

Feb 1, 2006

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The Uncyclopedia

Looking for something funny? Try the Uncyclopedia. You’re guaranteed to...

Feb 1, 2006

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Web-based Development in a Windows E...

Web-based development using PHP and MySQL requires you to setup an Apache...

Jan 30, 2006

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Epixtar to PTB: delete that comment.

Epixtar has been doing rounds among Filipino blogs to check for an alledged...

Jan 28, 2006

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Gibbity: People Powered Game Discove...

Gibbity: People Powered Game Discovery is a new Pinoy Web 2.0 site from Luis...

Jan 28, 2006

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Bill Gates defends Google

Bill Gates on the Great (Fire)wall of China: freedom of information is still...

Jan 28, 2006

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Are we ready for some RFID-powered s...

Are we ready for some RFID-powered shopping?

An entry at Engadget about “Fujitsu’s RFID and LCD equipped...

Jan 27, 2006

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Blogs as source of News

Inq7.net tech writer Erwin Oliva notes that there is a growing trend for news...

Jan 25, 2006

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Gadget Shopping in Manila

A reader sent us an email asking for nice shopping spots for the gadget geeks...

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