Maybe the guys at Nokia have different ideas about concepts such as “target market”, “market segmentation” or “target audience”? Technocists? Really. This kind of thing should be outlawed. It’s the 21st century! But then again, the money votes always make the biggest difference. Bye, bye Nokia Music Store.
Monthly Archives:: June 2009
Started working with AppEngine a little bit recently and for the most part, I’m impressed by the ability to just get on with it. It resonated with some of Rob’s post and his idea of “stop thinking, just build” (with the ‘stop thinking’ part given a reasonable and relaxed interpretation on my part). And even… Read more »
If you live in Cape Town, and you need memorable photos… i mean, really memorable photos: the kind that every time you look at them you go “oooohhh”, “aaaahhh”, “wooooow”. And you can’t stop grinning and you actually get *emotional* (in a warm fuzzy kind of way) just pouring over the memories ‘cos they’re captured… Read more »
This is more of a shameless advertising plug than anything else- a departure from the usual theme of posts- but when you really like something, you can’t help yourself but just say *something* about it. That said… I’ve advocated Ubuntu for a while now since I took the leap myself away from the restrictive environment… Read more »
The playground has got a new update: stats-related. We covered the sections where you can uncover a bunch of numerical descriptions on a dataset, which is useful for a quick overall summary of the data. I’ve used this tool a couple of times myself preparing for exams and checking manual calculations (yes, sometimes i need… Read more »