Tag Archives: web 2.0

Porting Stuff to Google Apps

Recently I wrote this lengthy on Google App Engine and new avenues of opportunity such ventures open up for us. It seems that I’m not alone in thinking about this stuff. The gist of that post was that Google App … Continue reading

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Google App Engine

When the Google App Engine first launched I didn’t really have much to say about this. It was neat but I failed to fully comprehend what it represented. Only after I read a transcript of Steve Yegge’s recent talk in … Continue reading

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Javascript will be the Next Big Language

I’m on JavaScript kick lately. Or rather, I have been rediscovering it ever since I read the series of Steve Yegge’s blog posts on JS and Rhino and his predictions for the next big language. I really think he is … Continue reading

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Client Side Table Sorting with JQuery

For a while now, I have been searching for a good Javascript framework to mess around with. I think I finally found one that I really like. JQuery is a 15 Kb bundle of pure fucking magic. It is tiny … Continue reading

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Bring Back Facebook Courses

As you may or may not know, Facebook removed it’s course tracking application at the beginning of August. Apparently this was done in order to make more room for home-grown facebook apps. I didn’t notice it until yesterday when I … Continue reading

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Word Cloud in PHP

Word clouds (or tag clouds if you will) are one of the interesting methods of visualizing textual data that got popular recently with the emergence of tagging, ad success folksonomy sites such as Flickr, del.ico.us and etc. One of the … Continue reading

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