If you like food from all over the world, my wife Sabine has started a blog where she write about food, food with flavor from all over the world. Do her a favor and check out her Foodie Notes blog.
Sorry, but I have server problems. Not sure when it will be stable, but I guess I will have to do something about it for it to happen. If you see this note you are one of the lucky ones.
It is not often that I find it important to write any warnings, but I started to use the program PureSync (version 2.8.1) Â from Jumping Bytes Software. At first it seemed as a really good idea. The free version could react on file changed and push a new copy to a “sync dir” and it even could delay deletions for a while to be able to access a file which should not have been deleted for a while.
I was sitting reading TechCrunch today and suddenly I just had to stop. There, on the TechCrunch page, was a funny sign talking about taking the air out of the tires
I don’t know what it has to do with net neutrality, but what made me stop was a picture we took in New York when we were there in 2008. Sure it is NY and anyone can post a picture which TC can used, so it is maybe not really that unlikely, but I still find if funny that they happened to use the same motive.
Not the same angle, but if this is not the same sign I’ll be more than amazed.
Many people are interested in using Google Voice together with a software PBX and there is an option. Google Voice let you forward your voice to a gmail chat account (the one with the same user id as Google Voice). Now this isÂ interestingÂ as with the right software you can integrate it via the Jabber/Xmpp.
I’ve not tried any of them, but it sure sounds good ….
You might have been thinking – damn! why does he not post that SMS article as well .. well here it is. Hope you enjoy it.
“How to send a SMS message to a mobile phone using a dial up connection to a gateway.”
It was back in October 2002 I last published this page. Some people are still asking for these tools, so here they are for you to use.
Ever since the net was new I have failed to understand that Denmark rejects to use a common suffix (like eg. .gov.dk or whatever they like) for all sites published and maintained by the government. So is danmark.dk a part of the government? What about nyidanmark.dk? Ok they are not difficult, but what about nemid.dk and netid.nu? Which one do you think is from the government?
Still in the spirit of re-publishing some of my old information you can here find my VCL components. I last coded on this back in 2001 on Delphi 3 (afik) – you can download them and use them, but I can not help you with upgrading to newer versions of Delphi.
Here is my quick guide to a Google Voice account and a US number terminated at my home phone.