Monthly Archives: March 2009

Nokia E71 Smartphone doesn’t need a cable

I’m using Linux as my primary desktop. And in the contrast, currently Nokia doesn’t supply application(s) to support Linux. I have to find a way to get rid of USB cable… The first application I need is SIC!FTP. With this … Continue reading

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Amazon Java Toolkit for Eclipse

Amazon 2 days ago announced to support Eclipse @ EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud). Amazon names this service as Amazon Java Toolkit for Eclipse. See this > http://aws.amazon.com/eclipse/ This enriches Amazon’s Platform as a Service (PaaS). The obvious implication behind reads: … Continue reading

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Why should we use Twitter / BlueTwit?

The end- user community @ twitter / bluetwit is HUGE. Go to http://twitter.com/mashable (who has more than 210,000+ followers. Imagine the impact from mashable.com on web. Unbelievable! In our community, how many followers do we have? Through email? Wiki?), follow … Continue reading

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Attributes of Cloud Computing

Standardized offerings Service catalog ordering Flexible pricing Advanced virtualization Rapid provisioning Metering and billing Elastic scaling

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Eucalyptus to be included in Next Ubuntu release

Source: http://berkeleyclouds.blogspot.com/… One of the obstacles we identified in our paper was API-based vendor lock-in: If you’ve written your application to run on a particular cloud, and especially if you have automated management and provisioning tools, moving to a different … Continue reading

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Is Eucalyptus ready to be your private cloud?

Source: http://highscalability.com/eucalyptus-ready-be-your-private-cloud Rich Wolski, professor of Computer Science at the University of California, Santa Barbara, gave a spirited talk on Eucalyptus to a large group of very interested cloudsters at the Eucalyptus Cloud Meetup. If Rich could teach computer science … Continue reading

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j3ffyang @ twitter

Listening #Last.fm via #Mobbler on my #Nokia #E71 #Symbian smartphone through Wifi in office. It’s playing #Pirates of #Caribbean . 🙂 01:17:47 #AMI by Provider – #IBM > http://tinyurl.com/dgv97m > #Amazon_Machine_Image 03:56:40 Creating Applications with #Amazon #EC2 and #S3 > … Continue reading

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