According to the press release from Mozilla Foundation, there is a new e-mail initiative, which will be developed via a separate entity to be formed by Mozilla and the head of ActiveState.
I have upgraded my hosting database to MySQL 5. Let's see whether it gives me any trouble. So far it seems to be much faster, than the previous version.
Some time ago Microsoft released a free sample - an HTTP server, written completely in .NET and able to host ASP.NET applications. It has been extended and improved by some other company, which now makes it available for download.
Google allow you to install a Java MIDLet (a small Java application for mobile platforms), which gives you access to your GMail account. Current version is
An article claims, that there is a proposition to create either
.london domain. Great idea, but what about other cities?
The idea is actually not that new. There is an unofficial domain for St. Petersburg -
I have been using Tiscali (now TalkTalk) broadband services for more than 4 months. At the beginning everything was fine - I even was quite pleased with them, since they promised to connect me within 10 business days, but in fact I was on the Internet after just one week.
As some of you probably know, Google provides an "on-line office" - AJAX-based web application, which allows you to edit formatted text and spreadsheets on-line, storing them on Google's servers. There are some extra features, including change tracking, sharing of the same document with other Google users etc.