A few months ago Stewart mentioned Sweetcron as a "lifestream" solution (You can see his here). A "lifestream" basically acts as an aggregator of all your online activities, as many of the online services that people use, such as Twitter, Flickr etc., publish your activity via RSS.I'd already been experimenting with Movable Type's Motion, which is a pretty cool addition to an … [Read more...] about Playing With Lifestreams and SweetCron
Image via WikipediaWhen I got my Nokia E71 back before Christmas I immediately fell in love with the device. One of the options that we setup was MFE (Mail for Exchange) which was pretty functional, although a bit limited.However while we were working on our Hosted Exchange service launch Paul came across a really nice bit of software that takes the E71 and Microsoft Exchange … [Read more...] about Exchange ActiveSync Rocks!
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Image via WikipediaDo you believe in fairies?Do you think they live down the bottom of your garden?If you do, then you might believe the "unlimited hosting" offer in this month's PC Live! magazineUntil someone gets round to inventing an unlimited hard drive it is pretty much impossible to offer unlimited disk space and unlimited bandwidth and of course anyone who tries to "take … [Read more...] about Unlimited Hosting Is For Fairies
Over the past few years I've used several of the open source webmail solutions to access my mail when I've been on the move. Squirrelmail, for example, is quite functional, but the size of my personal mailbox has grown so big that it took forever for it to load.A few months ago the Atmail team announced an open source version of their webmail solution. I was interested in … [Read more...] about Atmail Open – Slick Open Source Webmail