Archive for the ‘links’ Category

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items for 03.15.2010

March 15, 2010
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items for 9.10.2009

September 11, 2009
  • How Twitter Could Lose The Game By Design – Dembot
    Every time I use the Twitter.com site, I’m always amazed how poor the navigation is for such a simple – and popular – app.

  • Why I’m Done Making Desktop Applications – MicroISV on a Shoestring
    Very well written article on desktop apps vs. web apps from a developers perspective.  The advantages of web apps – usage analytics, a/b testing, lower support requirements, frequent updates, dynamic languages – are so strong now that this is becoming a permanent shift for many.
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items for 08.31.2009

August 31, 2009
  • At Last! Redfin Releases Its iPhone App! – Redfin Corporate Blog
    At long last, Redfin has an iPhone application. And it is gorgeous and fast and free and freakishly powerful.

    Congratulations to Matt, Sasha, and the gang on a job well done!

  • ★ So Dan Lyons Called – Daring Fireball
    And he’s all, “I guess you saw that ‘Dear Gruber: You’ve Been Pwned’ thing I wrote last week over at Fake Steve. Haven’t seen a link to it from Daring Fireball, so just checking to make sure you’re cool with that.”

    Genius response from Gruber.

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items for 08.18.2009

August 18, 2009
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items for 08.12.2009

August 13, 2009
  • Simple non-programmer explanation of REST architecture – Hacker News
  • Will HTML 5 Break Apple’s Stranglehold on Apps? – GigaOM
    It’s no secret that the iPhone App Store is a walled garden. Mobile platform developers like Apple have several ways to control what can run on their devices: Prohibit plug-ins like Flash, cripple the Java they run, or simply limit the installation process. But HTML 5, the next big standard for the web, will dramatically reduce this control by creating a new generation of web sites that look and feel like they’re iPhone apps.
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items for 10.26.2008

October 26, 2008
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items for 09.19.2008

September 18, 2008
  • We’re Never Content – Amazon Web Services Blog
    Before the end of the year we are planning to release a new service for content delivery. This new (and as yet unnamed) service will provide you with a high performance way to distribute popular, publicly readable content to your customers all over the world, with low latency and high data transfer rates.

    New CDN coming from Amazon, joining their other web services.

  • Second set of logo drafts are here! – Lightning | Twice

    Another set of logo drafts for dwellicious – come and tell us which one you like.
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