Thursday, September 06, 2007

Temporary Twitters

Twitter is still down for upgrades. It was only supposed to be down for 2.5 hours at midnight.

OMFG! Reader has search!

With well over 400 feeds, keeping up with Google Reader could literally be a full time job.

The iPod Touch looks fun, but I think the new iPod Nano fits us best.

Finally making headway on Guice's introspection API. Get ready for some awesome tools.

Is TechCrunch turning into Valleywag?

I rewrote the Guice home page.

Can't wait to see what Twitter has in store for us.


Blogger steffi said...

How does Google Reader work when a site requires a login context to see your Feed? ie. seems to rely on browser cookies which is braindead.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

Last I checked, Reader doesn't support private feeds. You might try tacking a user name and password onto the front, i.e. user:pass@myfeed. That's how Bloglines works.

10:32 AM  
Blogger steffi said...

also if you don't mind. How about search? Is there any way to exclude articles matching a phrase? I'm using the feeds that job sites used and I want to exclude some of the agencies from the list.

11:26 AM  
Blogger Bob said...

You can probably just put a '-' in front of the term, like "-acme".

11:30 AM  
Blogger steffi said...

Another thing missing for me is that on my device E61i I cannot see the actual feed url when I'm in the reader. Therefore I cannot say use that to subscribe in the E61i's reader.

Ideally I would like to be able to see the actual feed url when on a mobile device. I can see the url in my browser on my PC so it's just a feature missing from the mobile version at this time.

btw you're captcha's have too many letters ;-)

11:31 AM  

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