Technology

Google Calendar gets it’s own labs

Google have just added a labs feature to Google Calendar. Hopefully it will prove as handy as some of the nice little features that have been introduced to Gmail. When you sign in to Calendar today, you’ll see a new page in Settings called Labs where, just like in Gmail, we’ll list new highly experimental […]

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WordPress 2.8.1 Announced

The good people over at wordpress.org have just announced the launch of WordPress 2.8.1. It’s pretty much a roll up of bug fixes to the 2.8 branch, showing that even with a decent beta and RC testing phase, you just can’t catch all the possible issues! Great work on getting it out, and here’s to […]

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Mozilla Labs announce Ubiquity 0.5

Well done to Aza Raskin and co for getting the latest version of Ubiquity out the door. You need to manually update and note that some of your old commands might break. Also, you’ll need to be on Firefox 3.5 for this to work. Today Mozilla Labs is happy to announce the release a major […]

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Oh oh, some more nerdiness

Having discussed my nerdiness recently, I continue the process of coming to terms with it and publicly showing the things that get this ‘nerd’ side of me going.

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