Bookmarks for December 15th through December 22nd

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These are my links for December 15th through December 22nd:

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Bookmarks for November 19th through November 24th

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These are my links for November 19th through November 24th:

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Bookmarks for November 5th through November 13th

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These are my links for November 5th through November 13th:

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Functional brief gets Unloaded


During my holiday in Marrakech, the Unloader will process all my incoming briefings from work:

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Bookmarks for October 31st through November 3rd


These are my links for October 31st through November 3rd:

  • Web Development Toolbox: 120+ New Tools for Web Development – Last year we did a post on Web development tools. A lot has changed in the past year, and there are tons of new tools available to developers. Options include drag-and-drop application builders, code repositories, project management and testing apps, and frameworks for working with a variety of coding languages, from Ajax to Ruby to Python
  • hMailServer – Free email server for Microsoft Windows – hMailServer is a free e-mail server for Microsoft Windows. It’s used by Internet service providers, companies, governments, schools and enthusiasts in all parts of the world.
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Google PageRank Update

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Matt Cutts anounced on his blog, that Google would update Pageranks again.
And guess what, … the site of my band, cover band Morenko, got upgraded to level 3. Alright, way to go!

Go check out your new PR score now!

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Sliderocket blows PowerPoint away


I’ve never been a really big fan of Microsoft’s PowerPoint, and now I’m sure I don’t have to use it again if I don’t have to. I just discovered this Internet-enabled, collaborative presentation tool called Sliderocket .

Just watch this presentation on Scobleizer TV, and I’m sure you’ll feel the same way.

Web 2.0 and online collaboration tools are constantly evolving, and when you see the possibilities, I know we have some exciting years to look forward to.

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Google Analytics, think before you act


Lots of times people use Google Analytics, just because it’s easy to implement and it looks nice with the cute dashboard and all. I know, because I see it happening all the time.

I’m not saying you shouldn’t use GA, far from it!
But people should try and think in advance about what would be the best implementation strategy so they can get as much out of Google Analytics as they possibly can, and maybe get some real information about their website and it’s visitors, instead of only looking at the obvious: “how much visitors do I get every day”.

wrote a refreshing post, giving some great advice on how to use GA in a better way, and stay away from those KPI wankers, check it out: “5 tips for using Google Analytics”.

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Nathan “Flutebox” Lee and Beardyman


This really is The SHit!! Wow, absolutely amazing!

I’ve heard some good beatboxers in my life, but these two really take it to the next level!
It’s not really hard to understand why Darren Foreman alias Beardyman is the current UK champion beatboxing, check this out:

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The Growler List: 125 Places to Have a Beer Before You Die


All about beer posted “The Growler List“.
It’s a listing off their top 125 favorite beer places in the world, and of course there are also some Belgian bars on the list:

  • 2. Grand Place, Brussels, Belgium
  • 7. Abbaye de Notre-Dame d’Orval, Orval, Belgium
  • 66. Delerium Café, Brussels, Belgium
  • 74. De Hopduvel, Antwerp, Belgium
  • 78. Halve Maan Brewery, Bruges, Belgium
  • 80. Le Bier Circus, Brussels, Belgium
  • 90. Cantillon Brewery and Gueuze Museum, Belgium
  • 93. Bruxellensis Festival of Characterful Beers, Brussels, Belgium
  • 112. t’Bruges Biertja, Bruges, Belgium

Although Belgium gets mentioned 9 times out of the 125 places, I still think they should have included “De oude markt in Leuven“, The biggest bar in Western Europe, and my Hometown Hoegaarden.

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