One of my interesting client portfolio. FuneralDIY is in the package funeral services. They also have a Chinese version. I’m glad we get to help companies of different industries. You can read about their details on the site 🙂
We’ve used some sexy jquery sliding and png opague backgrounds on this site.
I registered osfreelancer.com at the time I registered railsjob.com, but I haven’t done anything to it for years. It is now pointing to a Jobamatic account. They are quite a good service I must say. Let’s see how much jobs I’ll get on that site. I might considered transforming railsjob into a similar service.
Do you ever wished that Gmail has an application API just like facebook so we can do smart things with email?
The success of facebook, firefox, google map is their openness. This is my prediction for gmail one day © Rex Chung
This time it is at Adelaide.
Again, I will have to make a pass for this one, as I’m already taking 6 weeks off after my wedding..
I just did a search for photos on flickr, seems like the railscamp idea is really picking up around the since the first over one in 07.
Discuz from a Chinese company Comsenz, is probably one of the top apps used in most major Chinese community forum sites. Their new open source product – UCenterHome also surpasses most open source social network apps out there.
Apparently they had investment from Sequoia Capital and Google back in 2006 and 07.
This is a good answer. 5th consecutive year ranked top from Forbes’ best places to do business in China list.
Taking from their 2005 report:
The thriving eastern China city of Hangzhou’s lush hills and scenic lake plus a pro-growth business environment put it atop FORBES CHINA’s rankings of the country’s best places to do business for the second year in a row. The capital of Zhejiang province, Hangzhou is home to Internet firms including Alibaba, which just landed a billion-dollar-plus investment from Yahoo for a 40% stake. Several key players in China’s thriving textile trade are based there as well.
The other top places are also surrounding Hangzhou: Shanghai, Wuxie, Nanjing, Ningbo, Beijing.
I’ve just managed to jailbreak my old iphone to 2.0 today and found there’s quite a few twitter clients out there competing. Which one of these do you use? TwitterFon seems quite nice to me but they are all too similar.
Have a vote for:
From the people that I’m following, it seems twitterific is the winner. Are there anymore out there? A desktop gadget? or anyone use twitter with adium ?