Web 3.0, the final frontier?

Let’s take a quick tour. The first-generation web, Web 1.0 (prior to 1998), with its text-only web pages, centered around the “web browser” (application host). Web 2.0 (2002-2007) is centered around interaction (application dynamics and logic). The Web 2.0 trend is bloated with…

Aussie Startup's Survey

Sometime back, Cait e-mailed me to participate in a survey centred around Australian Internet-startup’s. The survey results can be viewed online, although I think its still missing responses from a few other participants. There are plenty of interesting Internet startup’s emerging from down-under, but the state…

A Donation FeedFlare for FeedBurner

Update: I have released the PHP source code for the PayPal donation FeedFlare I wrote. Please feel free to use it (edit as needed, and host on your server). You can find the source code at the end of this blog post. FeedBurner, the processor for my blog’s…

Things look different here

Since I had some spare time today, I upgraded the blog app (WordPress) to the latest version 2.0.5. Besides, I’ve also been working on a fresh template/theme for the blog, which is also live now. I hope its more usable and cleaner. There are still…

Moonlight as an Entrepreneur

Continuing from my previous article on the need & process of Entrepreneurship, there’s another interesting article titled “How to Moonlight as an Entrepreneur” in New York Times. Must read! I read about it on Vishal Sharma’s Blog. Vishal also has an interesting post on…

Coolie Valley

“50% Silicon Valley firms are run by Indians”, tells Raghav Kher, founder and CEO, Seventymm – India’s first online movie rental service. The term “coolie valley” was coined as a reflection of India’s IT ecosystem. Personally speaking, I would want to see…

broid audio

Lately, I’ve been getting e-mail’s from audio enthusiasts enquiring about the “broid” audio player. I wrote “broid” a couple of years back as an experimental project, but it phased out as other tasks took the priority. It’s surprising for me…

New Year

Finally, back to where I left in December. The holiday season was great and it was fun to spend quality time with family & friends. Anyways, I’m back at work – immediately attending to an “interesting” vulnerability in a client’s application (more on it…