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This is the archive for all posts from 2008.
On February 4, 2008, ICANN will add IPv6 addresses for four root DNS servers to the root zone file, making full IPv6 Internet connections a reality. Time to check that DNS software and those firewalls to avoid any possible trouble.
Read the article - posted 2008-01-03
Actually I don't like the word 'blog'. Or those silly upward facing quotes. But I've decided to go with the flow for this new thing that will go on this site. By writing in Apple's iWeb and only in English I should be able to have at least one blog entry a week. Subjects can be anything that catches my fancy.Read the article - posted 2008-03-28
A few days ago, Dutch politician Geert Wilders finally released his 17-minute movie Fitna online.Read the article - posted 2008-03-30
A long, long time ago, someone decided that an 8 kHz sampling rate was good enough for phone conversations. That's pretty crappy. And cell phones use last century's compression to make it sound even worse. But there is light at the end of the tunnel: AMR-WB on UMTS!Read the article - posted 2008-05-04
There have been a lot of complaints about the iPhone not having flash, but even my previous Mac, a 1.25 GHz G4, could barely keep up with Flash on some occasions. I'm quite happy to live without that kind of abuse on the new phone I'm going to stand in line for next month on the 11th.Read the article - posted 2008-06-24
Assisted GPS: why the iPhone 3G may need some GPS assistance of its own.
Read the article - posted 2008-06-25
It was a given that at some point, I would get myself an iPhone. So why delay the inevitable?Read the article - posted 2008-07-14
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We know the iPhone 3G has "assisted" GPS that uses the phone's Internet connection, but with some patience and preparation, you can still use Google Maps and the GPS to some degree without connectivity.
Read the article - posted 2008-10-20
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