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WebSocket: Bringing TCP to the browser

The WebSocket standard is almost finalized. However, WebSocket itself is offering “just” a (data) pipe. WebSocket is well suited to bring event- or data-driven applications to the browser. A valid example would a Web UI for a JMS or AMQP

Posted in amqp, fun, javascript, kaazing, lifestyle, websocket

last.fm on my iPod touch

I am really happy, that I could get an iPod Hi-Fi for my home office (no, I bought it myself ;-)). With last.fm available for iPhone / iPod, it is really cool to listen to my favorite stations via iPod

Posted in iPod, lifestyle, mobile, Uncategorized

Germany won…

Phew…, that was not a very good game… Against Portugal, we need something more… But, there is hope. A lot of fans were watching the game: No, he is not connected to the internet… 🙂

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Steve Bug playing in New York

Ha! Doing some “researches” for my tomorrow trip to New York (b/c of AjaxWorld conference) I figured out that Steve Bug is playing on 20th of March in New York City (at Cielo). I just printed the ticket! Since my

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Thunderbird vs. Gmail (Desktop vs. Web)

I am using Gmail for all of my (Apache) mailing lists, my private stuff, and sometimes I write emails to team-mates via my private Gmail account. For 99% of my corp. emails, I am using Thunderbird, which is a FAT

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