Posts from year 2005

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Google Analytics and cookies

Google Analytics and cookies

A few days after the launch of Google Analytics, the web is buzzing all over about it. Due to an unexpected amount of users the service was temporarily crippled, but now it seems to be up and running.

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Release party for Playing the Angel

Release party for Playing the Angel

The release party for the new album Playing the Angel by Depeche Mode was upon us. The stage was set for the all-star tribute band called 101.

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Bricks of Segovia

Bricks of Segovia

The magnificent aqueduct of Segovia was created around 100 AD, being one of the best preserved Roman aqueducts in Spain and possibly the world. 14 kilometers of stone brought water to the city with a one-percent grade of slope.

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Viva Las Vegas

Viva Las Vegas

One might think that you arrive to Sin City by casually driving your car down the Strip, throwing your car keys to a valet and start indulging in whatever the premises have to offer.

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The beauty of Big Sur

The beauty of Big Sur

Big Sur is a section of the Californian coast, often said to be one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world. We left the cozy town of Carmel early in the morning, leaving nothing but memories and a pair of sunglasses in the sand.

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Back in San Francisco

Back in San Francisco

It’s been some years, but it feels like I never left the streets of San Francisco. The smell of Chinatown, the dust of Rasputin Records, the financial loss at Amoeba Records, the joy of Borders and the something-something of Haight-Ashbury.

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The Big Easy is not so easy anymore

The Big Easy is not so easy anymore

The hurricane Katrina has arrived at the mainland of Louisiana and hit Mississippi like a ton of bricks. Many streets in New Orleans are reportedly flooded with debris everywhere.

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Accessibility issues with Ajax

Accessibility issues with Ajax

The word Ajax has been buzzing everywhere for the last couple of months. Ajax is a term coined by Jesse James Garrett at San Francisco-based company Adaptive Path in February 2005.

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The web of tomorrow

The web of tomorrow

The last decade has seen the web transform from a technical curiosity to a vital channel for information. In the early 1990s, quite few knew what a web page was.

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Google Maps goes photographic

Google Maps goes photographic

Yesterday Google updated their web application Google Maps, now including satellite photos from DigitalGlobe and Earthsat, covering United States and Canada.

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