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kabang:~ torrez$ digg www.somedomain.com
-bash: digg: command not found

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Picture 9.png<p> The clever sales people here at FM do some really cool things. I’ll let Adrants explain it: Adrants » Ask, Ask a Ninja Get Together for Algo. </p>

Also, Castfire is pretty cool tech. Of all the video delivery systems we looked at, Castfire was perfect for the job, and Brian went out of his way to make sure the project went smoothly. If you're looking for a full featured video player for your podcast, check out Castfire. (also http://newteevee.com/2007/05/18/ask-a-ninja-now-powered-by-castfire/)

Someone needs to help Ask with their print campaigns, though. Aiyeeee!

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drop-parachute-large.jpgI am afraid Dropload is now out of commission. With no response from Jon, I'm going to assume the servers are dead dead dead. This bums me out, but the cost of running it, plus the time it'd take to re-launch the site, plus all the people who've arrived to get in on some of that file sending CA$H we all enjoy, means it's probably not coming back.

It was a swell idea like five years ago when I made it, now it's just meh. I never took it any further and people came along and did it better.

Here are some of the ones I have noticed and liked:

  1. Dropsend - Executed perfectly. That Carson guy is plenty smart.
  2. YouSendIt - Pretty good.
  3. SendSpace - Snappy dresser.
  4. senduit - Reminds me of that thing you can buy at Lillian Vernon called a "roundtuit". When people ask you what the fuck that thing is on your desk, you can say you finally got a "roundtuit".
  5. box.net - Never used it, but I talked to them on the phone once and they seemed like nice guys.

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I'm Andre! I'm bringing joy to your day! Hallo, Knut!

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If anyone knows what they're saying besides "Hello, Knut, little ice bear." I'd love to know. I cannot wait until they make this into a video game. (thx, Jeffrey McManus)

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I finally got my second monitor at work. It's a small 19" widescreen SyncMaster that does the simple job of providing more space to put windows on. I find it incredible that people think it's a luxury when it's really a necessity.

I can't believe I've gone this long without the second monitor and the only thing that prompted it was being told by someone that nobody needs that much space. If I had more money I'd get a third one the same size flanking my Apple monitor.

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Oh no they didn't.
Originally uploaded by lisamac.
My favorite thing about this design rip-off is the yellow box. If you've ever made a web site for someone, you'll probably know what I'm talking about.

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Well hell. One little .1 update later and now Coda supports pointing to a local web server when you're editing locally. I'm really liking this app the more I use it. If you build sites or just feel like prototyping something, you should check this thing out.

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