Here’s some of the cool webpages and online stuff that I’ve found whilst roaming around the Internet recently and decided to add them to my online Delicious bookmarks between 29th November 2010 and 13th December 2010:
- Google Chrome OS Features Finally Announced! Is A Full Cloud Computing Experience Viable? – I remember years ago people were posing the concept of us all using "dumb terminal" computers that had very little in-built functionality and used network access to be useful, I never thought much of the concept back then…so it's kind of strange that I now use so many computing functionality through "the cloud" which are relegating our powerful computers to what are essentially dumb terminals. So would you want to get a "cloud computing laptop"?
- Google Android 4.0 Ice Cream – The Next Generation OS After HoneyComb | Tech News at Hardware Sphere – It may seem quite a way off right now, but Google Android 'Ice Cream' has already been announced, clearly development is progressing at a fast rate on Android now – we've just started to hear about 'Gingerbread' and only know that 'Honeycomb' will be more tablet-focussed. Exciting times for Android…plus there's a picture of someone being eaten by one!
- Adding a touch of Snow to your WordPress website | WP Doctors – Zath's been featured as an example of a WordPress blog site that's put up its Christmas decorations! Google likes to edit their logo whenever they can, so we like to do the same…at least at Christmas anyway! :)
- Unofficial Football World Championships » UFWC vs FIFA: Support the unofficial alternative! – Japan are the current real football world champions!…next challengers are Jordan in January!….Most successful footballing nations since international football started are Scotland and England! More representative of world football? :)
- Duracell MyGrid Review: Manufacturers Take Note : Online Social Media – I love the idea of wireless charging, ie. just placing your mobile phone and other gadgets on a Powermat charging surface, but I do think this technology would work so much better if manufacturers started building it into the cases of their devices as standard.