Archive for February, 2011

Tweets for the week ending 2011-02-27

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  • @ganesan1989 finally… #
  • @JhnT see how la de. my last summer so I want to do an internship. #
  • long day..time for bed #
  • Some idiots just keep changing their mind after the work has been done #
  • New blog posting, Cassandra vs MongoDB vs CouchDB vs Redis vs Riak vs HBase comparison – http://tinyurl.com/4avr2j7 #
  • Check this video out — HOW TO CATCH A TRAIN IN CHINA http://t.co/nfWvMkc via @youtube #

3 years ago

Cassandra vs MongoDB vs CouchDB vs Redis vs Riak vs HBase comparison :: KKovacs.

3 years ago

MongoDB and Redis: a different interpretation of what’s wrong with Relational DBs.

Tweets for the week ending 2011-02-20

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Tweets for the week ending 2011-02-13

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  • I will be resuming work on Yet Another Multi-Site Manager since there seems to be a lot of demand for it #WordPressPlugins #WordPress #
  • tired… #
  • 'Polite' Thief Arrested After Armed Robbery – Yahoo! News UK http://yhoo.it/heA9p7 #
  • Ryanair strikes back at 'mutiny' students – http://bit.ly/ekNuji #cnn #
  • @cheeseong7 stop stuffing your face la you fat arse #
  • @divydovy It still does as far as I know. Try "50 usd in gbp" #
  • rooney magic… #

3 years ago

European Unions One charger for all starts sampling, coming this year — Engadget.

The EU expects all manufacturers to have chargers adhering to the new guidelines by the end of 2011 — and if you’re wondering about how Apple, one of the signatories to this agreement, will handle it, there’s a note to say that adapters will be allowed on phones without a micro-USB port. Full press release after the break.

3 years ago

What Apple offers in exchange for giving up Freedom 0 (and they ask not only end users but also developers to give it up) is a new freedom for computer users — the freedom to install stuff on your computer without screwing things up. Freedom 0 is about giving you the right to screw up your computer in whatever way you see fit. Apple’s freedom is about giving you the opportunity to install any of thousands of applications with the knowledge that your phone will work just as well after you install them as it did before, and that you can get rid of those applications whenever you want.

rc3.org – A third kind of freedom.

Tweets for the week ending 2011-02-06

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3 years ago

British airports now beaming holographic security agents video — Engadget.

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