More encouragement to start a busines:
Archive for June, 2005
Awsome. I’m wonder if it is really cheaper than real furniture. I guess if you already have the boxes lieing around it is, but what if you have to go out and buy them?
It looks like they shut the site down pretty quickly, but you can at least get google’s cached version.
I found this XUL Parser for Java. Of course, I haven’t tested it out, but maybe I’ll find a use for it since I agree with the page that XUL is a lot easier to read and code with than Java’s Swing GUI framework.
Here’s a pretty cool website where you can find the latitude and longitude for a bunch of different places: Latitude and Longitude Search
Oracle has pledged to support the linux environment on the client side by making software to access Oracle databases through Mozilla. This could mean the begining of some pretty cool web applications that run within the Mozilla framework. Right now, I’m learning XUL in preparation to build some rich web applications.
I’m still thinking that the Notification Framework would be a good thing to implement, but I really don’t know how I should go about it. I want it to be able to scale, but I’m afraid that if I don’t plan everything beforehand, it won’t. There may not be enough time. Maybe I’ll do something simpler.