USAToday: In a sharp reversal, the chairman of the Federal Communications Commission said Tuesday that the agency now thinks cable companies should stop forcing people to subscribe to bundles of channels and give them the option of choosing individual channels.
- Ourmedia: free hosting for your MP3s and other audio, video and images
A guide to using the Ourmedia service
- del.icio.us buttons - To Easily access your bookmarks and post new bookmarks.
- Popup post window - So you can post a bookmark without leaving the page.
- Right-click post - Bring up the post popup from any mouse position.
- del.icio.us menu - Quick access via keyboard shortcuts.
- del.icio.us search - Quickly search for your bookmarks or others.
For more screenshots and to download the new extension go to: Del.icio.us Firefox extension
- Saving the Net: How to Keep the Carriers from Flushing the Net Down the Tubes
Linux Journal article by Doc Searls. Mentioned on Slashdot Review 11/17/05: http://slashdotreview.com/?p=112< /A>
The answer is yes, we've phased out the Odeo Syncr. In the meantime, werecommend using iTunes for both Mac and PC users. We're working on anew site design that will allow you to do everything directly fromOdeo.com rather than downloading software, look for it by the end ofnext week! (rough estimate)
Our new releases will be posted on the Odeo blog:
- Turn Firefox into a web writer - Lifehacker
Links to several extensions that will make writting on the web easier in Firefox
- Top 12 Ruby on Rails Tutorials
- O'Reilly Podcasts
List of Podcasts from O'Reilly. Also has links to things they are listening to
- The Penultimate Guide to Google Services
You've probably heard of most of these but it's a nice list complied all in one place.
As I sit here eating my overpriced mini pizza I'm struck by the fact that
there are no booths for Podshow or Tech Podcast Network. Strange.
I know Todd from GeekNewsCentral will be here tomorrow but I thought they
would have had a booth or had someone at least hand ot fliers to promoite
Made it to the expo. I waqs a little late, thanks to a 4 car pile up on
I-15. I did make it in time to hear the Leo Laporte keynote address.
Leo talked a bit about the early days of radio and showed off his 3rd Class
FCC license that was required back in the day. My take away form Leo was do
it because you love it. The business model will follow later.
I've been wandering around the exhibit hall a bit. Not as much hardware as
I'd expected. Lots of ad ons to the ipod.
I'm sure there are podcasters here that I listen to but don't know what
they look like. Maybe there is something to having your photo on your blog.
I have seen Chris Pirillo of Lockergnome and Dawn and Drew. Hard to miss
Dawn with her blue hair.
That's it for now. Blogging via Blackberry. so hope to have more later.
"You further agree not to display on any Serviced Page any non-Google content-targeted advertisement(s)."
What do you think?
- Using Terminal Services for Remote Administration of the Windows 2000 Server Family
How to get terminal services working on Win2k for remote administration
- Moving Firefox to a new computer
Nice little how-to from Lifehacker about moving Firefox to a new computer
- Ajax Tutorial: Ajax What Is It Good For?
- Ian Rowland: The Mindreader, The Mind Motivator. Mr Angry and Mrs Calm
Crazy wild optical illusion
- Unlimited Printable Calendars
Use a wizard to create calendars in MSWord or PDF
- How do I convert from start.com to live.com?
Handy reference if you've been using Start.com and now want to move to live.com