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Aardvark Spam

Aardvark is a social community site to help people ask and answer questions, easily even through your messenger. Isn’t that great? At least Google thought so when they acquired it. I tried it for one question, got a couple of possible good answers. And then I thought of giving back when I opted to answer […]

Seriously Twitter? You Wanna Share My Phone Number?

No really? You wanna share my email address and phone number so that my friends can find me? And you’re setting it to default? Here are two simple words for you Twitter SPAMMERS & PRIVACY. For the first time Twitter has really failed me. It seems the Google Buzz is doing it’s things already on […]

Smart Ad for Smart iPhone App

Ocarina is an app that will turn your iPhone into a musical instrument. You set your music mode, blow into the microphone and there you are creating music. You can hold down combination of holes, tilt your phone to change vibration and depth, and change keys and modes as well. Pretty smart? Hell yeah I […]

Finally, RSS Links In Sidebar Fixed

For some time now the sidebar RSS Links were not working, as it was referring to “http://blogallalong.com/<?php bloginfo(‘rss2_url’); ?>”  I didn’t know what’s the problem at the time, and why the PHP code was not being executed. I put it on my long todo list and forgot about it until early this morning. You know […]

Is the Google hype over?

Google, the company which started 10 years ago as a Phd project, moved into a garage for a while, and then 6 years later went on public offering, turning half of it’s employees into millionaires over night. The company which was chosen as the strongest brand in the US, and best place to work for […]

BlogAllAlong Shared Items

Google Reader for many is without any doubt the best feed aggregator and reader out there. Giving you the ability to read all your favorite feeds online, from any place, at any time. Using the shortcuts (J, K & S), you can easily browse next, previous, and star your item. This makes it extremely easy […]

Online Communities - Too Many Sites, 1 API

More and more community sites come and go. Each has it’s own APIs to develop for. Developers want to reach the widest audience, but for each community site they have to learn and implement according to their own specific API. Any change could happen at any time at any site, the developer has to adjust […]