From the monthly archives:

October 2004

Off to Barcelona

October 28, 2004

Rudy invited me to Artfutura tonight, we’ll moblog Howard 😉 ]]>

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The (upcoming) struggle of telcos

October 28, 2004

Datanews this week; all telcos have been betting heavily on VoIP last year and are dazzled by the extremely low take-up. This is how desperate telcos became. Meanwhile the Belgian federal government started, very quietly, selling out there stake in Belgacom; good timing… ]]>

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Keyhole

October 27, 2004

Google only just acquired Keyhole corp and my best friends are already zooming in on me. ]]>

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PhotoBlog seeks extra talent

October 27, 2004

Hours: minimal availability of 40h/week, min 30h in PhotoBlog offices, possibility for 1 day/week home work. Place: at least one position onsite in Brussels, Belgium / one position could be coordinated offsite; office location easily reacheable from Leuven, Antwerp and Hasselt Description: PhotoBlog (http://www.photoblog.be), is rapidly growing and we’re looking for Web Developer/Designer who has […]

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Corporate Blogging (by marketeers)

October 27, 2004

previous post, there are good Corporate Business Blogs written by marketeers, the business blog of Eduard de Wilde of Dutch marketing consulting firm VODW is a good example. ]]>

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Flickr, PHP and that word… scaling

October 26, 2004

read and presentation. ]]>

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WiFi Metronet

October 26, 2004

Ozonet will have covered half of Paris in a WiFi Metropolitan network, by end 2006, the whole of Paris will be covered. Jan Guldentops of Better Access launced the plan to cover Leuven in a WiFi cloud more than 2 years ago. Geographically and demographiclaly spoken it’s indeed the ideal test town. Who’s kickstaring? ]]>

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