Until late last week, if you wanted to use the potentially cable-TV-replacing video streaming service Joost, you had to have friends. But now anybody can watch Joost online from dusk until the dawn and beyond, because Beta 1.0 of the P2P (peer-to-peer) video service just hit the streets. The good news? The company’s just about gotten it right after umpteen betas, and it’s looking good. However, it remains to be seen whether Joost techies have figured out how to scale the network without crashing it.
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Dog Pics 1
» 22.6 MiB - 1,808 hits - April 25, 2010
Pictures of Buggy & Angel, our two new pugs.
» 12.6 MiB - 1,806 hits - April 25, 2010
Mac data files & reader for Serial Box April 2010
» 5.3 MiB - 6,386 hits - October 11, 2007
A PDF on how to get more from Gmail. Use at your own risk.
Look At Me
» 50.1 KiB - 2,000 hits - September 30, 2007
An Apple Mac OS X application that puts eyes in your menu bar that follow motion via your web cam.
(Warning: Non-techies just skip this blog entry altogether.)
Here is version, oh let’s say… 2.1, of my website. Basically I’ve moved from hosting my website on .mac (Apple’s servers) to running it on a shared server at HostMonster. Besides going from 10 gigabytes disk storage to 300 gigs, this gives me much more control server side like, perl, PHP, mySQL, Linux Shell Access, CRON jobs and more. Continue reading A Website Reborn: The Director’s Cut