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13 Oct, 2007

Google increases Gmail storage

Posted by: Dave In: Blog|Communication|Web

Gmail is getting a storage boost in the coming days, according to a recent post on the Gmail blog.  The storage counter will be sped up to increase in size a little more speedy than before. It’s like free money…only not quite as good. -Dave

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12 Oct, 2007

How to legally find music online

Posted by: Dave In: Music|Web

I found a great blog post detailing numerous legal ways to listen to and download music online. From Digital Alchemy via LifeHack: Free online music used to be like the Wild West of the Internet with services like Napster dominating the field during the bubble. Now, as the Internet has matured, new models for distributing […]

03 Oct, 2007

RSS reader in plain english

Posted by: Dave In: Communication|Technology|Web

This video is a great explanation of exactly what RSS readers are and how they work. I really love it when complicated things can be described in simple terms. Cool stuff. Video link -Dave

10 Sep, 2007

Bloxorz

Posted by: Dave In: Games|Web

I found this game online the other night and I am getting addicted to it. I am having trouble getting past stage 11 (pictured above). If you happen to figure it out, please post the solution in the comments or email me. I’m not sure I will be able to sleep until I figure this […]

09 Sep, 2007

Rate posts

Posted by: Dave In: Blog|Usability|Web

You can now rate my posts now with the little star widgets you’ll see at the top of each post. It looks like this: Whether you think it’s crap or fantastic, let me know. Also, let me know if you ever have technical problems with the site. I think I fixed the right sidebar problem […]

09 Sep, 2007

RSS bloat: part 2

Posted by: Dave In: Blog|Web

I wrote previously about my rss bloat of 192 subscriptions in google reader. I made the first pass at reducing that number today and came up with 132 subscriptions. This was pretty painless, trimming stale feeds (updated lass than 1/month) and anything I havn’t read in months (whether it updated or not). My goal is […]

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06 Sep, 2007

Google adds search to google reader

Posted by: Dave In: Usability|Web

I’ve been using Google Reader for a probably a year now. The googlers have recently added search functionality to their RSS reader so now you can find that crazy picture of the smoking monkey you saw a few weeks ago but can’t remember which blog it came from. Link to the google update. -Dave —————- […]

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29 Aug, 2007

Yahoo Pipes and my iTunes

Posted by: Dave In: Blog|Podcasts|Technology|Usability|Web

(Web geekery ahead. You have been warned.) I’ve recently played around with Yahoo Pipes, a feed aggregation and manipulation service provided by Yahoo, (here’s a yahoo or wikipedia explanation of the service) to manipulate some of my iTunes feeds to more easily update my little green Shuffle. You see, I have a handful of feeds […]

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24 Aug, 2007

BarCamp Houston

Posted by: Dave In: Communication|Design|Media|Technology|Usability|Web

I’m headed to BarCamp Houston tomorrow.  I hope to hang with my fellow tech-heads and learn a thing or two. I’m mostly interested in the design & usability sessions, but I’m also interested in the sessions about presenting content and team building.  It’s been tough to recruit good web designers in this town, so maybe […]

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31 May, 2007

Google launches Street View

Posted by: Dave In: Travel|Web

Google has recently launched a nifty Street View feature in their Google Maps product. This essentially gives the user a street level view of the surroundings. It’s very cool for finding landmarks if you are cartographically challenged and need a building or reference point to guide you. Go to google maps and click on the […]

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  • Dave: Not sure, Bryan, but I'd love to know where Craig lives.
  • Bryan Hanks: What city were those in?
  • Kevin David Anderson: check out our other wreaths at: http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150452725264516.391111.360128594515&type=3
  • epiphenita: Like Tom Waits without the music.
  • epiphenita: Reminds me of my good friend's artwork: http://victoriacarlson.blogspot.com/2009/06/untitled.html
  • Dave: I think someone should make some dance music from those "WHOAHs."
  • epiphenita: Oh, Dave. That was tonic to my soul. Perfect. I vote for an exorcism.
  • Dave: Hmm, looks sober to me.
  • Scott: I'm thinking that the guy with the hat might have had a drink or two before this picture was taken. Just a hunch...
  • Scott: There's a roleplaying scenario just waiting to be written based on these pictures. :-)

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