Wednesday, May 18, 2005

Google Maps + Craigslist = HousingMaps

Yet another super cool thing you can do with Google Maps.

Now they just need to get it work with Pocket PCs...

Wired article here

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

The Jeff Pulver Blog: E911/VoIP: Death of the Broadband Parasite in the USA?:

Upcoming FCC rulings may kill independent VOIP by requiring 911 service.

"...Strange as how it sounds, even Canada looks to be a more fertile ground for continued technology innovation than the US, if E911 becomes mandated for VoIP, including nomadic VoIP offerings. If VoIP was the first great driver of broadband, I fear that America will drop even further down the ranks of the countries in broadband penetration and that will further sink the US economy for many decades to come.

Unless something was totally misunderstood with regards to the FCC immediate intentions, 2005 may go down in history as the time we saw both the rise and fall of the unaffiliated VoIP service provider..."


Monday, May 16, 2005

UML for BioHacking...

We are rapidly moving into a world where biology can be as manipulable as data. After all, DNA is code; life is information. The new tools and methods we're developing for bioengineering reflect this parallel, and the philosophies underlying the "hacker" ethic (in the original sense of someone devoted to exploration, invention and discovery) are being absorbed by the biological disciplines.


Don't miss the link to Biomodeling.

Thursday, May 12, 2005

Monday, May 09, 2005


CSLA .NET is the architecture and framework described Expert Visual Basic .NET Business Objects and Expert C# Business Objects books from Apress


Friday, May 06, 2005

Groove Virtual Office - Virtual office software for sharing files, projects and data.

Microsoft has purchased Groove

It looks pretty slick from the overview. Don't forget to check the Rapid Solutions section.

Integrates with SharePoint, seems more powerful than Infopath, I could see it being used as a Team Studio lite...