• Best Editors of 2014

    by  • 22/04/2014

    In this case, editors means software editing tools, and 2014 means April 14, 2014. We also mean to include the three main platforms: Desktop, Browser and Android. Tweet

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    What is Indochina

    by  • 21/04/2014

    Originally published at Indochina Post Defined by what it is not One interesting aspect of the term Indochina is that the name is derrived from the French Indochine meaning the land between India and China. That is, the name refers to what it is not. Indochina is not India and it is not China,...

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    Software Development Considerations

    by  • 06/02/2014

    There are many different considerations around software development as well as the development of the software developer. My last application development experience was back in the early 2000s. Now that it is mid-2010s (apx. 12 years later), there seems to be an order of magnitude of complexity (all of course designed to simplify and...

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    Benefits of Aging Vision

    by  • 31/01/2014

    While my eyesight continues its slow degradation (within normal limits of the disease known as aging), it seems that there may be the additional benefit of some foresight being generated, as well as the vast reservoir of hindsight that has built up over these four cycles (of 12 years). I think I can now...

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    Website Performance, Hosting, and the NSA

    by  • 26/01/2014

    Website performance can be a minefield, especially when trying to leverage things like WordPress and WordPress Plugins. It is almost enough to make one build things from scratch. Thankfully it hasn’t gotten that far… yet. That said, here are some resources and thoughts on web hosting and performance. Tweet

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    Social Media for 2014

    by  • 01/01/2014

    Looking back, the Social Media for 2013 post was a bit lukewarm. So, this time let’s cut to the bone. Yes, there are trends, and yes there will be surprises. Let’s focus on a few things that will help us get things done in 2014. Tweet

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    Why LinkedIn is Doomed

    by  • 29/12/2013

    LinkedIn is doomed due to substitutes which will grow stronger over time. LinkedIn is also doomed because of the level of spam and self-promoters in groups. LinkedIn is doomed because of poor service and slow development and too much focus on growing revenue rather than building a service valuable to others. Finally, the the...

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