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Welcome in service hell!   29 Aug 08
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Imagine this .. I buy a mac mini online .. all goes well .. I get a confirmation code and wait and wait an no parcel arrives .. then I login and see the order is cancelled. Do you think they would bother to email or call me to tell me that they cancelled the order? Thank you Apple.

Javascript, Flash and Facebook-API developers wanted   26 Aug 08
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MySites is growing its team. If you are interested as a freelancer or pemanent, remote or onsite, drop Ramine an email ramine at

MySites is a finish company, but the team comes from all over Europe.

Looking forward to hear from you,


Wikipedia saturated   11 Aug 08
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Mysites postings   02 Aug 08
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The original posting:

On digg:

Adobe Flex developer wanted - remote or onsite   01 Aug 08
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Either as free lancer or permanently employed we need a Flex guru or an advanced Flex developer that likes challenges.

We have several projects in New York and Munich.

A small international team in an agile setting is waiting for you developing applications that scale to millions of users.

As usual, we care about experience, communication skills and simply the desire to excel and not page-long CVs.

If interested, please email me at armin at personifi dot com. Please no Word docs, only .txt or pdf or put it all in a simple email.

Next time we ask for some GNU Flex developers .. :-)

MySites versus the Facebook and Google App Engine   01 Aug 08
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new energy blog   01 Aug 08
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Development Blog   25 Jul 08
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Some of the developers start posting goodies here :-).

Mysites -- launched!   15 Jul 08
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MySites is a single place for all your online needs. You can create and customize a website, save and share any media, decide who can view it, embed anywhere, and use any device.

Mysites is mostly rub (rack) and Javascript. Check it out

I will try to get an interview with the developers in the next few days to see what they learnt in the last two years of hard work.

Vimperator - gain back your time   20 Jun 08
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Thanks to Brenden for passing me this link.

First there was a Navigator, then there was an Explorer. Later it was time for a Konqueror. Now it’s time for an Imperator, the VIMperator :)

Vimperator is a free browser add-on for Firefox, which makes it look and behave like the Vim text editor. It has similar key bindings, and you could call it a modal web browser, as key bindings differ according to which mode you are in.

Now I need vim bindings for openoffice, so that I stop typing :w.


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