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Collect the MS foam guys!

Maryam points us to some new foam guy and there seem to be more coming. Now, as Robert forgot to bring me my tablet foam guy over to Europe, I have some more to add to the “please get me …

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Stormhoek freshness indicator or how to make your sales pitch even better.

At Hugh there is a discussion about the . Visit the logo and give a quick thought about when you think this logo signals “good to drink” and then come back. :)

I think a freshness factor is a very …

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Somebody from UK coming to Lesblogs with a spare powercord for a laptop?

Rachel just mailed me, that she had left her powercord at home – so if some nice soul reads this and is not in France and has another powercord I think for a HP tablet, that would be great. Also …

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But I am not a Queen of a hive …

Chris Pirillo writes “video’s for Gnomedex are up“, but to see them, you have to register for The Hive.

On which I thought “oh cool, The Hive is now out of beta and can be tested” (I don’t …

Yes, I want those numbers too

I am a bit astound about the recent discussion of Jeff Jarvais article “My content, my readers, my numbers, damnit“. In which – if you did not read it – Jeff demands numbers from feed services so he …

The new currency is trust and reputation, but we need better tools

Somebody seems to have played Memeorandum and Scoble links to the article saying:

Pete Cashmore says that humans are better, because they can’t be gamed. I say BS!!! We are gamed regularly and in many ways more transparently than an

Playing defined / Yahoo to change their Tos already?

Ethan Stock reduces my post “Let me play” to being a complaint about not being able to use that service commercially.

Which is not the point of the “let me play” mind set I was talking about, but …

The “New Kid on the Blog” has fun.

The lovely Maryam Scoble has her two week ‘anniversary’ and you can see from her writing, that she is the one in the family with the better writing skills:

Even in the first two weeks, I am beginning to realize,

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The world should be flat.

And just have one time zone. It would *really* make lifes easier.…

When programmers are not able to do a simple version check …

Via Cameron I just found a nice little thing: ThinkFree Office Online. Features look interesting:

With ThinkFree Office Online you can :

* Create Microsoft Office-compatible documents from the Web
* Open and edit your Office documents anywhere and