From the monthly archives:

October 2005

Content and Access

October 21, 2005

Under the partnership announced yesterday, Yahoo and BellSouth will introduce their co-branded service late next year. In the same context: try the new Yahoo mail, considering to switch from Gmail. ]]> girls shavingschoolgirl nudeladies youngbutts nakedblonde youngpanties littletifa nudeswap sperm Map

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EU versus BRIC

October 21, 2005

same moment Anatel published a report stating that the Brazilian wireless market has surged 21,8 percent since the beginning of this year. The number of subscribers went up with 37,5 percent compared to growth rates this time last year. In the first 9 months of 2005, Brazlian mobile phone companies enrolled 14,3 million new subscribers, […]

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802.11: the fun starts

October 20, 2005

The IEEE 802.11 Working Group just finnished its work on 802.11e specification. This standard can set traffic priorities for video, audio and… voice on WiFi networks. ]]>

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The Internet falling apart

October 19, 2005

my .br Internet will be cut of from your .eu Internet. ]]>

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Web 2.0 Hot or Not?

October 19, 2005

Web2orNot? Ryan and Erna just launched this funny HotOrNot for Web2.0 companies. I just couldn’t help smiling when reading his quote on the Slide.com opening drink: So, what does Slide do? – They make pictures that scroll… – No really, what do they DO? – That’s it, man. – Surely there’s something more… – They […]

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Tagging Social Networks

October 19, 2005

Groop.us. It allows you to visualise your social context and tags you use. It will also grouo areas of interests and people that relate to you. The interface is stunning. ]]>

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Jakob Nielsen on Blogs

October 18, 2005

weblog usability: 10 rules. Tell me, where do I score bad? As for me, my weakest point is rule 8: Mixing Topics. If you publish on many different topics, you’re less likely to attract a loyal audience of high-value users. Busy people might visit a blog to read an entry about a topic that interests […]

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