From the monthly archives:

February 2006

I didn't get a chance at the time, because I was on the A-list treadmill (that's a joke), but I wanted to take note of a post that Rex Hammock made on his blog the other day (thanks to my buddy Kent for reminding me by mentioning it). It was my favourite type of blog…

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RIM clock keeps on ticking

by Mathew on February 24, 2006 · 1 comment

By now, everyone involved in the legal battle between Research In Motion and NTP - from the lowliest BlackBerry user to RIM co-CEO Jim Balsillie, and even Judge Spencer himself - probably wishes the whole affair would just go away. But while many observers, including many in the mainstream media, had convinced themselves that the…

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Not content with controlling a majority of the market for online search and search-related advertising, Google has been rolling out add-ons to its online hegemony over the past year or so, including GTalk, Google Analytics and so on. And the most recent - not including the hideous and lame Google Page Creator - was the…

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Yet another Google product launch, and yet another collective yawn - or worse, a quizzical look and a shrug of the shoulders. What the heck is Google Page Creator supposed to be? You go there, type in some text, maybe drag an image, change the font, choose a template and away you go. Google publishes…

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DemoCamp in Toronto was a blast

by Mathew on February 22, 2006

Before too much time has gone by, I wanted to write something about DemoCamp Toronto, which was held on Monday in the offices of Tucows, a domain registrar and blog software provider run by my friend Elliot Noss. Organized by David Crow, it was a fun event attended by about 100 people as far as…