Ok, I'm going to admit it. I've been keeping it quiet for a while, but it's time I came clean.
I have a serious addiction to Fresca - that "distinctively crisp, moderately smooth, intriguingly citrus, totally refreshing soda".
In this land of Starbucks, you would have thought I would be addicted to coffee - turns out that's not the case.
I do have my morning Caffè Americano, with a shot of suger-free vanilla, but the thing that keeps me going through out the day is my Fresca.
I just can't explain the addiction, but I'm hooked.
Maybe it's because the drink is as old as me, or maybe it's the phenylalanine, or maybe it's something I couldn't get back in Australia which makes it all the more desirable?
It could just be Fresca means "fresh" in Portuguese, Spanish and Italian. and that appeals to me
One thing is certain - I am going to get a fresca now. cheers
I'm a big fan of twitter. Been tweeting for over a year.
I Tweet from my desktop,
I Tweet from my phone,
I Tweet at work,
I Tweet at home.
(sounds like a line from Dr. Seuss)
On my phone I normally use the mobile client page or plain old sms.
Recently Steve Clayton put out his wishlist for Twitter and he asks for a rock solid Windows Mobile client.
Well Steve, have a look at Tiny Twitter
I installed Tiny Twitter a while back and I really like it. Works well on all my phones and it's a native Windows Mobile app.
But don't just take my word for it - even Jeremy "OffBeatMammal" Cath loves it and you will too.
Time for another look at the stats, so far I have looked at what operating system is visiting? and where are my readers coming from?, as well as looking at Keywords
This time, I'm getting a browser breakdown. Remember, this is looking just at browsers visiting my blog and doesn't include RSS subscribers
First, a breakdown of them all
Now a roll up of the main players
This morning we woke up to snow falling.
All schools are closed, so the kids are at home for their first snow day
Here's a panorama from my front porch.
The photo is made up from 5 different photos which have been stitched together using Windows Live Photo Gallery
Oh, and I know it's hot back in Sydney - no need to remind me.
Today, I thought I would look at the operating system stats of my blog readers.
These stats, as do the previous ones, represent those browsers coming directly to my little blog and not folks subscribing to the rss feed.
Who would have thought folks are still running Windows 2000? or even Windows 98??
My wife sent me an email this morning about a tv program called The Librarians which was shown on the ABC.
I went to the site and poked around and found this
I had to click ....
Larry Larsen highlights the Manga Reader in WPF at http://mangareader.wordpress.com/
This is a really cool use of WPF and demonstrates a great online experience
I've sent the link to Rigo. Hopefully I can convince him to read his manga online from now on.