I am writing this current post from my couch on my phone using the open source wordpress app for iPhone. Here’s my review of the app: sweet. It’s very easy to use, and it has a great and simple interface. You can manage multiple blogs in a very intuitive and classicaly simple wordpress setup. If … Continue reading WordPress mobile
One of the cool things about Google Wave is that you will be able to embed waves into sites very easily and users can interact with the wave. I wrote a java robot that adds random quotes to the conversation, and here it is (if you have a wave developer account). –I have temporarily taken … Continue reading Google Wave Embedding
Currently, I’m all about Google Wave. But whenever people ask me to explain it to them, I kinda have a difficult time doing that. “It’s like email, in real time,” I would say. “And instant messaging, and there are robots that do things for you…” and then I blabber on a little more, and a … Continue reading Google Wave — The Future of the Internet
With the increasing popularity of social networks like Facebook and MySpace, and the incessant use of Google and other search engines, web companies are starting to amass an enormous amount of data about individuals and their behaviors. This is why Facebook changing their privacy terms is an interesting event. This is definitely not the first … Continue reading Privacy on the Internet
Great shared article from my friend Patrick, this is a little cartoon about tech support for “non-computer people.” A lot of times, people don’t realize how easy a computer problem may be (aka, just trying to solve it for one minute or googling it).
This is the newest version of thekeesh.com, which will be my blog. I am using the newest version of WordPress, and if you are looking for a blogging software or a content management system, I highly recommend it. It is very easy to use and very customizable. So that’s about it for now, we are … Continue reading Welcome to thekeesh.com version 3.0 (beta)