OpenGoo is an updated branch of activeCollab, the recently-gone-commercial Basecamp clone. I like what the developers have done with the tool. Basically, here is one way the app workflow can go: Create a workspace (rather than activeCollab’s projects) Add tasks, assigning each to a workspace Assign tasks to users Users assign tags to tasks It’s […]
Posts in the Thinking & Seeing category
Robyn Hitchcock’s second box set chronicling his solo career comes out on CD August 19. The latest offering, titled Luminous Groove, includes Fegmania!, Element of Light and Gotta Let This Hen Out! Three EXCELLENT Hitchcock albums, covering one of my favorite periods of his career. In addition, there are two discs worth of goodies entitled […]
Version control; the good, the bad and the WTF. Two stories about teamwork and coding. One is how it should be done (with links to more resources) and the other is a tale of how it usually happens in the real world.
Well, how do you like that? TechCrunch reports that Adobe is working with Google and Yahoo to allow all of a Flash file’s content to be searched. Very nice. The swfobject option is handy, but that only gets your Flash object on the search engine’s radar screen. This should make the game of “hide the […]
Pull 5 gallons of drinkable water from thin area each day with the Kilmatec Base 1 AirWater Machine. It works like a humidifier, while taking the extra step to process the water into a refreshing drinking experience. Includes a solar power option. The perfect water cooler for Arrakis. I’m not sure if distillation suits and […]
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