Can enterprises currently buy effective cloud computing or cloud services?
Seth Godin made a good point on his blog today about online ads being the new tip jar. What he’s saying is that if you’re reading some content you like, why not click an ad on the site to say thanks (clicking on the ad will result in the site getting a little bit of […]
Well there goes the rest of my day… :) Photosynth is now out of private beta at photosynth.net. You can now sign up for a photosynth account to create your own synths and there are a host of new ones to browse. There are a few things to keep in mind at the moment, all […]
I just got back from a fantastic trip to Sorrento in Italy (a great part of the world you should go!). To get around whilst we there there I hired a car at the airport. Now I’d never driven in Italy before and didn’t think too much of it. I should probably have taken more […]
I’ve not had a chance to read through this in detail yet, but I was just sent a white paper from Corsaire about the security built into OSX (10.4 and 10.5) and some hardening guidelines. At first glance it looks like a good doc and might be worth a read. Securing Mac OS X Leopard […]