- WildCharger wireless charger poised for pre-order
- Thanks Dow Jones, Hello Automattic ! at raanan.com – congratulations to Raanan and Automattic!
- Tzi Software: AutoRate – looks useful. (thanks Chris)
This application automatically sets the rating for all tracks in your iTunes library according to how often each track is played, and how often each track is skipped.
Tracks that are frequently skipped are penalised, while often-played tracks are given a higher rating. This is particularly useful when using the ‘Play higher rated songs more often’ option with Party Shuffle, or using smart playlists.
- Microsoft’s Zune: Still Shy of One Million Sales
- WP-Cache fix for Content-Type in feeds – good stuff.
- Widgets on your iPhone – I’ve been saying this since day one. Otherwise, why would Apple create a widget IDE?
- How victim snared ID thief / She chased down woman who had given her 6 months of hell (thanks Geof Morris)
- blog.pmarca.com: Analyzing the Facebook Platform, three weeks in
- The Enemy – more great Rands.
- Letting Ichiro Leave For Nothing – interesting analysis. Of course the “let him walk” argument pre-supposes the ability of the team to evaluate talent and draft decently.
- WordPress Plugin Code Editor
- iStat menus – looks like a replacement for Menu Meters and MenuCalendarClock.
- My new BlackBerry 8830 (verdict: mushy)
- Heads up: rate limiting coming soon – Twitter Development Talk | Google Groups – Twitter Tools shouldn’t have any problem whatsoever with this.
- On WP Security – more encouragement to use SVN checkouts of open source web products when possible.
- moment of panic – Ethan accidentally weighs in on the “how many browser tabs” question.
- IRC and Instant Messaging on a BlackBerry – great writeup from Corey. JiveTalk would be my choice too if I did IM on the BlackBerry.
- Java on Apple is dooooooomed – I don’t know too much about this, but the argument tracks pretty well for me.
- Kestrel – Looks like the major browsers we need to support these days are: Firefox (1.5 and 2.0, on Mac and Win), IE 6, IE 7, Safari (2 and 3, Mac and Win) and probably the latest Opera. Browser compatibility testing is getting harder again.
Capsule, The Developer’s Code Journal
I’m very pleased today to announce the release of Capsule, the developer’s code journal. Capsule replaces the scratch document you have…