Update to Hardy Heron. Flash works, Desktop Effects work for 965 GMA and main speakers muted when headphone plugged in.
The Pirate Bay is launching a free blogging service called BayWords. It protect freedom of speech and the site is void of censorship if the blog is within Swedish Laws.
Demonoid returns. The best file sharing network is back online. Farewell Deimos and welcome Umlauf.
Lessons from April PHP Meetup. Presentation from Micheal Lim and Choon Keat on Django and Ruby on Rail respectively.
Brief first look at the newly announced Google App Engine. Another time sink for developers! BigTable, GFS and the difference APIs to name a few.
The papers reported that SPH (Singapore Press Holdings) launched their and the local “first” local search engine. Going by the name Rednano. It can be found at Rednano.com and Rednano.sg. I do like the idea of having a localised search engine. That will be really useful should we be searching for local history, local business [...]
Baseline have a very interesting and if not, very entertaining slideshow on how the different gaffes geeks are making that are costing them not to be inside the boardroom. Yes, people are still superficial at times and impression still counts. The list: Mismatching Shoes and Belt Tie and Short Sleeve Shirt The One Binary Watch [...]
ThinkingNectar talks about the interest of Chin Yong, a PHP/Python/Web developer residing in Singapore. Life, society, and codes should entails most of what goes between the ears of this coffee drinker.
What makes you think?