What to Do if Your Dinner Parties Always Suck

Dinner parties can be tricky. If you get the guest mix wrong, your food is a disaster or something else bad happens, even a good party can take a downward spiral you won’t forget in a hurry. For low-key soirées with friends, it probably doesn’t matter all that much. After all, one disastrous dinner party […]

Who cares about Chrome. IE6 Has 25% Market Share

At my company, Kloudshare, a big part of what we are developing involves pushing boundaries of what browsers are expected to do. Generally speaking, this is the case industry-wide as the web browser is becoming more and more a real application delivery system. Google understands this issue and has apparently been focused on some of […]


Today Apple announced a version 4 their iPhone OS. It seems to answer most of the open issues relating to the platform. All sounded good. But then, John Gruber over at Daring Fireball discovered a “hidden gem” in the new developer terms. here they are: 3.3.1 — Applications may only use Documented APIs in the […]