From the monthly archives:

December 2003

Web hosting infrastructure

December 19, 2003

Dommel. Ever since 1999 Dommel has been my favorite choice in a very cluttered and confusing, yet interesting market space. While transferring the whole infrastructure, a daunting task, I realised how crucial web infrastructure has become for every business. A colleague of mine had his suitcase stolen today with all his crucial documents in it. […]

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Censorship

December 12, 2003

new clip of Marlyn Manson, it’s just plain bad taste covers. But now BBC banned the track Blinded by the Lights of The Streets from radio and TV. Today MTV followed suit by airing the clip only after 11pm. I would be absolutely surprised if kids were actually triggered to experiment with drugs after seeing […]

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Blogs: facts

December 7, 2003

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“Blogging will have the same effects to journalism as Napster & P2P to the music industry”

December 6, 2003

this excellent piece of Loic Le Meur on the massive rise of Blogging media, I was having the same feeling I had yesterday. In Belgium few people, even media experts seem to realise what undercurrent is flowing with a massive power beneath them. While the flemish government is spending millions of Euro’s on Interactive Television […]

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Censorhip

December 6, 2003

this picture. Photoblog is growing massivly and bringing soft-porn with the stream of thousands of pictures. With my co-founders we’re having a debate on the difference between the Carrie’s pictures and a picture like eg. this one of Gio. This is my answer to the group: Ik neem een RX foto van een vrouw die […]

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42 brains are smarter than one

December 5, 2003

Groove like application for Mac’ could be found. (Un)fortunately, it’s not the same, actually it’s much more interesting. SubEthaEdit is an application which for now only works in a LAN environment. However, it made me buy an Apple iMac for two professional ‘Mac only’ environments I’m currently active in. Imagine: if Apple’s Rendezvous technology, which […]

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