Sometimes life gets in the way of blogging, and so this is the only blogging I manage to do. Feel free to skip it, but if you do you just might miss something.

  • 00:18 New blog post: Happenings customerservant.com/?p=3859
  • 03:35 I’ll take sleep for $1000, Alex.
  • 13:36 @tallin32 and @lioncourt I totally agree. Will be glad when this campaign is over. Need a political fast.
  • 13:39 Thinking I should be able to buy thumb drives in bulk.
  • 14:32 Getting some lunch.

Until next time.

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This week has been an extremely long one.  I’ll be very glad when today is over and I can at least get to the weekend.  I’ve been busier than a one-legged man, (well, you know how the rest goes).  Right now I feel like my brain’s being sucked out through a straw.  I filled out my ballot last night, and I recorded it, so I’ll post the results of that, (which I’ll call something like, “The Voting Podcast” at some later date). I have’t decided whether I want to wait till the election’s over, you know, to preserve the whole privacy of voting factor, or just go ahead and do it now.  We’ll see what happens. 
 
Until next time. 
 

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Sometimes life gets in the way of blogging, and so this is the only blogging I manage to do. Feel free to skip it, but if you do you just might miss something.

Until next time.

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By Ryan Kairer

 

Access has announced a number of new initiatives around its Access Linux Platform at a company event this week in Tokyo. The company has announced version 3.0 of the Access Linux Platform. Providing little technical details, the company says the new version includes LiMo compatibility and a new advanced UI that features highly detailed visuals, smooth transitions and animations.

In addition, the company has announced a new product based on ALP called the Access Linux Platform mini. ALP mini is targeted at feature phones and low-end smartphones to Internet-enabled, beyond-PC devices, such as portable navigation devices, portable media players and set-top boxes. ALP mini omits Palm OS Garnet compatibility as well as native Linux applications.

Access says ALP mini is well-suited for the more stringent cost and performance requirements of mobile and Internet-enabled devices in emerging markets. According to reports, the ALP subset evolved from the China MobileSoft Linux stack acquired by PalmSource in Dec. of 2004, prior to Access’s acquisition of PalmSource. Access added its own NetFront Browser, Java and widget development kits, and other select ALP components to the new product.

ALP mini is available immediately to licensees, however the company has not said when its next generation ALP v3.0 will be available.

(Read more here).

 

 

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Sometimes life gets in the way of blogging, and so this is the only blogging I manage to do. Feel free to skip it, but if you do you just might miss something.

  • 00:10 New blog post: Happenings customerservant.com/?p=3849
  • 02:02 Can’t sleep. Tomorrow will suck.
  • 15:58 @nightdrake It would be worth reading if you’re into Roman mythology.
  • 20:54 @lioncourt What are prices on Braille watches looking like these days? I need one.

Until next time.

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