weeks since launch, we're bubbling along nicely with TechTalkBlogs. Here's the system
This was an interesting week, as I had a number of updates to the RSS feeds
with people moving blogs. So we actually added 3 and deleted 2. So this is the
I got sent an awesome stat which listed the number of posts per day. This is
the top 10 days as of last week.
The other interesting stat I have noticed is that we have a number of century
makers - folks who have exceeded 100 posts since launch.
A domination by members of the 2web
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#006 - What's with Stealth Mode - Richard Giles - TPN :: The 2 Web Crew (45:25)
I've had a visitor this week, one of "my boys" David Lemphers has been up in Sydney, shadowing me for a few days. He even wrote about his experience in my Den o'Fun
He's now working on the sessions for the track he is responsible for our upcoming TechEd.
I'm trying to distract him but he has his noise cancelling headphones on and is working hard to meet his deadline, so that he can be like Kleefy, Nigel and Coatsy, before he heads off to the airport to catch his plane back home.
God speed lil'dave!
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The good folks from ineta are hosting a
series of webcasts direct from the product teams
Most of the times are even friendly for us folks downunder - good to see!
Some of the upcoming sessions are on Crossbow and Cider. Don't know about
them? Better signup for the webcast.
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Some new MVPs in ANZ have
been announced this week.
Big shout out to Brian Madsen, Darius Wey, Garry Robinson, Paul Edstien and
Welcome and hope to meet you all soon.
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Last night I posted operation
systems used by visitors to my blog. In the comments, someone asked for
Browser breakdown, so I turned to Blogbeat,
picked a day (Yesterday April 5) and here is the breakdown. I've rolled up some
of the numbers for ease of comparison.
Firefox represents just over a quarter of all traffic, and if you clump
Firefox, Mozilla and Opera together - that accounts for almost a third of all
Good to see IE7 out in the wild.
I wonder what DESKTOP is?
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Cog - Triple J Hottest 100 Volume 13 (03:31)
The love affair with blogbeat
Tonight, I looked at the operating systems used by visitors to my blog
Mac users? That's interesting,
I wonder if unix = linux?
I would like to meet that Win95 user. I'll give that person a free copy
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Feeling (Oh No, No) - Neil Diamond - (02:14) ]
I bumped into Mitch Denny today as he was wandering the halls of Microsoft, We talked about lots of different stuff which included Mitch's journey into the dark world of managed APIs on the Windows Mobile 5.0 platform and his quest for Cell Broadcast information.
A while back, I had searched for a Today Plug-in which displayed the Cell Broadcast information. I mentioned this to Mitch and he mentioned that he had seen such a beast and that he would send me a link. Well, he didn't send me any links, so I thought I would do some renewed searching this evening,
So, I headed over to my trusty search page with the following key words - "cell broadcast" "today screen" "pocket pc", and I was successful!! I found an app called DKToday.
It is really really cool. It can take up to 3 lines on the Today screen and it shows the Carrier Name, the Cell Broadcast Information, a signal meter, last missed call info, phone usage for the day & month, and a count of sent SMS messages.
Here's a screenshot of my K-Jam's Today Screen with my new little friend DKToday
Can you tell what other items I have installed on my Today page?
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