Myjavaserver.com: a case of lost interest?
Myjavaserver.com is one of the most popular free Java hosting services that I have been using since long. Two years back Javalobby had revived the erstwhile mycgiserver (with much fanfare) when its founder Horst was planning to end the show. The service was renamed under the flagship of Javalobby and seemed to do well. However, […]
Blog from Pramati’s founders
Jay and Vijay Pullur, founders of Pramati Technologies have started their blog Software (Ad)Venturing, where they would write on topics covering software development, product innovation and building new business. This gotta be an interesting read. [Via]
A plugin to move to Feedburner
Feedburner is splendid, despite the intermittent session timeouts on its website. Yet I was bit apprehensive about it, the fear of handing over “the control” to them. However, after moving this blog from JRoller to my own hosting I regretted this hesitation. This change shouldn’t have made any difference to this blog’s feed subscribers. When […]
Your home-made Google search apparatus
Google coop has been their platform to solicit public participation in refining the Google search results. The latest addition to the stable is the Customized Search Engine apparatus. It is on the lines of Rollyo and ScoopGo but with Google results, the search is surely guaranteed to be powerful and exclusive. I could now stop […]
Desi search engines on the prowl
It is heartening to see the Indian language usage on the net picking up. It may be due this reason or the Web2.0 startups mushrooming around but there sure has been a sudden surge in the area of vernacular search engines showing around. Whether these Web2.0 offshoots hold any ground is being debated upon but […]
Bhasha Blogs: Indic Blogs in the Indian Blogosphere
This was a piece originally written for Desipundit. Patrix recently announced that his team desires to draw curtain over the link blog. This is indeed sad and I really hope they bounce back from the burnout and are back soon.