Linking your own subdomain with Amazon S3

After I learned how to use PHP to move files to S3. I was looking for a way to do this in a transparant way, so you’ll still be able to use your own domain name when storing your files on S3. Twitter uses S3 for storing its user avatars, try loading the timeline and… Continue reading Linking your own subdomain with Amazon S3

Migrate your email to google for domains.

I’m explaining this to a lot of people recently so I guess it was time to make a blogpost about it. I manage a few domains, mostly for myself, but also for a couple of friends. I do this because my hosting packet is pretty extensive, it doesn’t cost me more if I add extra… Continue reading Migrate your email to google for domains.

Zooomr its problems

Scoble has a very nice blogpost on Zooomr its recent problems, I don’t know if you followed the story. But after releasing its next big update to the site it went down for 2 weeks. Be sure to read to the end and see the embedded youtube… inspiring. http://scobleizer.com/2007/06/04/zooomr-next-big-inch/  

Web 2.0-ish communities

https://s3.amazonaws.com:443/slideshare/ssplayer.swf?id=6713&doc=web-20ish-communities-29745 Community guidlines – a mish mash of tips and interesting theories. A lot of this theories are directly copied from Tom Coates his presentation at the future of web apps. So credit goes to him. But his slides are simply so true and so valuable I couldn’t have let them out. I hope you… Continue reading Web 2.0-ish communities

Dabble: search and collect videos from all over

Dabble beta just launched after a year of alpha and beta testing. It’s a very handy community site you can use to gather and organise videos from all over the web. Currently they index more then 240 sites, including youtube, google video and the internet archive. Dabble allows you to make your own playlists or… Continue reading Dabble: search and collect videos from all over