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Last night Leo Babauta posted a very interesting article on Lifehack.org about his Hard Drive & Software are obsolete. I share this vision in how we will use our computer in the (near?) future. At the moment it’s not yet possible to work completely online but I think this might certainly be a good option […]



The RIA Web 2.0 scene in the north of the Netherlands has been described in a very nice article by Edgar Jager, who is business development director with Adobe. They linked to my weblog (i’m quite proud of this) and to the blogs of Niels Bruin and my teacher Raymond van Dongelen as an example […]



Web and media predictions for 2007

December 22nd, 2006  |  1 Comment

With 2007 storming towards us the predictions of trends for next year on web and media pop up everywhere. Therefore I tried to list the most interesting articles with predictions for you: Read/Write Web – 2007 Web Predictions Ryan Stewarts 10 Prediction for Rich Internet Applications for 2007 Online Spin – Predictions for 2007 Flashpoint […]



Last Friday Fleck got launched at a big Techcrunch party in New-york. Fleck is a all new web-application to annotate webpages. Or according to the Fleck website: Fleck wants to add a new layer of interactivity to the web. Fleck is a free service which allows people to add a note to a website. At […]



To Fleck or not to Fleck?

November 16th, 2006  |  Comment now

Tomorrow Fleck will be released to the world. It’s the newest project of the people we met in Amsterdam and I’m very eager to see what it is/does. Please wait…



Adobe JamJar

November 1st, 2006  |  Comment now

I just launched Adobe JamJar for the first time. This is a online workspace where you can plan events, exchange ideas, manage projects, centralize information and share files and images. The workspace is very flexible, you can go around the screen by dragging the mouse, zoom in, search with Google, etc. It’s build on the […]