I'm not sure how useful this second measure is. I'd much rather see a measure of average visits or visitors per blog. Fred has read this graph to show that Xanga blogs are 'stickier'. However, I think the data could equally show that Xanga bloggers visit their own blog more frequently.
Wouldn't that apply to Blogger, Typepad, and every other blogging service?
I don't want to ruin the entire report but feel free to read it for yourself.
This is brilliant stuff -- he's going to make a fortune. The conservatives will buy it because, well, you know. And the liberals are going to buy it because it's shaping up to be among the best camp, intentional or otherwise, I've seen in a long time. Seriously, don't you want to buy it?
It is 2021, tomorrow is the 20th anniversary of 9/11. America is under oppression by ultra-liberal extremists which have yielded governing authority to the United Nations. It is up to an underground conservative group (known as F.O.I.L.) led by Sean Hannity, G. Gordon Liddy and Oliver North to thwart Ambassador Usama Bin Laden’s plans to nuke New York City.
Since I use Google Maps often and I use my Treo 650 all the time, I thought it would be nice to have some of Google Maps on my Treo. Google Maps implementation is heavy on AJAX and no Treo 650 web browser to my current knowledge is able to handle Google Maps the way they are handled in the non-handheld browsers (at least my Xiino and Blazer aren't able to handle them). KMaps is my first take on implementing some of the Google Maps functionality on Treo 650. It is a work in progress and feedback is appreciated. KMaps uses Google Maps search results, directions and images to help me find my way around.
Wow. This is slick! I'm going to have to install this RIGHT now!
UPDATE: Requires Java. Excitement level .... falling. I won't be installing this I think.
considering last time I installed a JRE on my Treo it crashed
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Wow! This is insane!
Of course I have to admit their site doesn't seem that great and there revenue model not that impressive.
Also I think that after the death of Dr. Atkins they just lacked direction.
Still the Atkins craze lives on. Plenty of people have radically improved their health with Atkins (myself included).
Whereas the standard BT DUN (Bluetooth Dial-Up Networking) enables your PC to be online via the data connection on your Treo, Reverse BT DUN enables your Treo to be online via your PC’s broadband connection – thus the ‘reverse’ name.
This is pretty slick I must say. Great idea. I'd love to have more transparent Internet on my Treo.
I think the real issue though is to have it auto-detect and have your laptop automatically enable this functionality.
This is the one area thats lacking for me with the Treo. While the DUN hacks do work I can't use the Internet on my phone when it's enabled. It's also fairly buggy and will cause the Treo to crash.
Now that I think about it there's a firmware upgrade for my Treo which I haven't had a chance to play with yet. Maybe this will fix the DUN instability.
What's a good AIM client? Preferably free. Two features required for ranking as "good" would be "always on" and "doesn't log me out of the AIM session on my desktop in Adium". (Therefore AOL's official client does not qualify.)
My advice is to just use VeriChat. It takes a while to tune but once its working its pretty slick. I usually leave it off when I'm using Adium.
After a couple of hours of flailing around, I seem to have gotten it to sync with iCal and the Apple address book (so hopefully I'll never have to look at the monstrosity that is "Palm Desktop" again). But, it seems to sync quite a bit less than "everything". E.g., when I add a userpic to someone on the phone, that doesn't end up in the Apple address book.
This is farther than I've gotten. Impressive. I've been trying to setup Bluetooth but have yet to get it functional.
Apparently you can do it with iSync but for the life of me I can't figure it out.
The only other serious hack I have which I can't live without is NextBus integration. They have a wireless gateway and you can view the pages in the browser. This way I can bookmark the N Judah and it will tell me how long until the train comes. As I'm walking down the hill I can see that if its 1 minute away that I can walk faster.