17 Matching Annotations
  1. Oct 2015
    1. Meanwhile I'll use the Spectre x360 with Windows 10, which, despite flaws, is a sweet combination. But the smug superiority I was planning to unleash on my hipster Mac friends will have to wait.
  2. Sep 2015
  3. Aug 2015
    1. Why not enable Slack to search Google Groups directly? Can you, for example, add Google Groups as a provider of results to Slack's search system?
  4. Jul 2015
    1. As Web pages become apps, they will also become collaborative spaces where anyone can annotate -- and the rules of engagement will take a while to work themselves out
    1. Resistance to Slack was predictably futile, and now we are assimilated. I was not among the resisters. Nothing floats my boat like powerful team-enabling software, and I'm having a ball exploring the nooks and crannies of Slack.
  5. Jun 2015
    1. I could automate that OAuth interaction with Selenium WebDriver. But that's beyond geeky. I just want to FTP some files! There's got to be an easier way.
  6. May 2015
    1. I've been spending a lot of time lately learning how to use Selenium WebDriver, the premier automation toolkit for functional testing of Web software.

      A /lot/ of time. But it's turning out to be well spent.

  7. Apr 2015
    1. Emerging specs for Web annotation envision standard ways to annotate not only text but also images, audio, and video. As enterprise-grade tools emerge for capturing and annotating meetings, I hope they'll interoperate in standard ways. I also hope they'll be as easy to use as Hangouts on Air.
    1. At the core of that book was a notion that for teams -- and for whole companies -- it would be useful to flip the default privacy setting on electronic communication in the workplace.
  8. Mar 2015
    1. When Facebook announced its impending shutdown of FriendFeed, the chatter was predictable: It was the long-expected end of yet another failed social network. That doesn't begin to explain what FriendFeed's real value was, why that mattered, and how it might be recreated.
  9. Feb 2015