Monthly Archives: June 2007

Viewing American class divisions through Facebook and MySpace

[Via: le monde]¨ Just a quick link to an interesting study from danah boyd about class divisions through Facebook and MySpace. MySpace is still home for Latino/Hispanic teens, immigrant teens, “burnouts,” “alternative kids,” “art fags,” punks, emos, goths, gangstas, queer kids, and other kids who didn’t play into the dominant high school popularity paradigm. These… Read More »

Mobile Site Checker

Via Nokia Blog Forum. Some services to test if your website is ready to go for mobile or not. As far as I know there are two service providers: Bango Ready.mobi Bango gives you a score from 0 (not designed for mobile phone) to 5. Ready.mobi gives a much better analyses of your mobile web… Read More »

A mobile web developer’s guide

While reading Scott Janousek’s blog (a post about creating and testing mobile web sites with Adobe CS3), I followed a link to a free Mobile Developer’s Guide. The book is interesting and gives a nice overview of what mobile developer can do to offer a better experience to their visitors. In Switzerland it is definitely… Read More »

New Actionscript 3 tutorials

Tomorrow, I’ll have my last exam for this year, and then finish for University for some month 😉 During the last 3 month I haven’t published any new video tutorial about Flash CS3, but they are coming soon! One will be about interacting with a Database, the other will be about interaction between javascript and… Read More »

Make phone numbers link clickable to dial on mobile phones.

Nice tips from Scriptygoddess on how to make phone numbers link clickable to dial on mobile phones. <a href=”wtai://wp/mc;8015551212″> 801-555-1212 </a> It works great on LoFi mobile devices but will not work on HiFi (Smartphones) devices. On Smartphones, you want to use the tel extension: <a href=”tel:XXXXXX”>Call</a>

Artificial Intelligence Is Lost in the Woods

Very interesting article published inTechnolgy Review, written by David Gelernter (professor of computer science at Yale University) about the understanding of AI and it’s future. Credit: Eric Joyner Introduction: Artificial intelligence has been obsessed with several questions from the start: Can we build a mind out of software? If not, why not? If so, what… Read More »

I’m a Happy Dad!

Friday 8 June 2007, my daughter was born 🙂 I’m so much happy, it’s really an incredible experiment. She was waited for the 28 of june, but she thought that it would be nicer to come during my exam of algorithm and data structures. Thanks to god everything went well and my daughter and my… Read More »

Adobe® Integrated Runtime (AIR), and SQLite

Just read on Paul Robertson blog’s about some features offered with AIR and local database. The news has been out from some times now but I haven’t seen example of this before (I’m in exam period that may explain it…). Well anyway the post is interesting and give the link to the Livedocs : “SQL… Read More »