Twitter is dead, and Facebook might not be far behind

Reading about Google Wave today as I wait impatiently for my invite. It better come. I was reading the latest (I think) developer blog update and near the end is this gem: “We’re also working on larger changes like providing anonymous read-only access to embedded waves — so anyone in the world will be able […]

Google Wave…possibilities…

Hoping for a Google Wave invite today. The possibilities for Wave look intriguing, not because of what it’s launching with but rather because of what it’s built on. The core is essentially XMPP from what I’ve been reading, with a healthy dose of HTML5 on top and some other magic happening. Google is framing this […]

Google and voice…and video….and IM

There’s been a lot of noise lately about AT&T and Apple and Google not playing nice together. The latest is AT&T carrying on about Google Voice blocking rural numbers because their costs are so much higher. Ok, that’s kind of crappy, but it’s just a red herring. AT&T is making a fuss over this because […]

Perfection in 4U

Ever since I bought into Unraid and started adding hard drives I’ve been thinking about what the perfect case would be. I’m using the NORCO RPC-450 4U Rackmount Server Case which has the benefit of being pretty inexpensive but only holding 10 drives without adding some drive cages. Norco also has the much more expensive […]