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QuickLinks vom 8. April bis zum 10. April

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Meine del.icio.us-Links vom 8. April bis zum 10. April:

  • Twibright Optar - Backup to paper. About 200kb per page including error correction…
  • CS193E - Cocoa Programming - Stanford Cocoa Course
  • The RoundCube Webmail Project - is a browser-based multilingual IMAP client with an application-like user interface.
  • Die Meerschweinchensprache - Zwitschernde Meerschweinchen, ich schnall ab…
  • RegExr - Online Regular Expression Testing Tool
  • locr - Another Website for geotagged photos. Offers a free geotagging software for symbian based mobile phones and a free windows only geotagging software…
  • Panoramio - The site for adding geotagged photos to Google Earth.
  • Git - SVN Crash Course - Here we will briefly introduce you to Git usage based on your current Subversion knowledge.
  • Ditz - is a simple, light-weight distributed issue tracker designed to work with distributed version control systems like darcs and git.
  • Haruki Murakami: On seeing the 100% perfect girl one beautiful April morning - Wonderful.
  • Tweet Clouds - Builds a WordCloud of all words in all your Tweets…
  • HTun - is a tool to allow you to create a fully bidirectional IP VPN over an HTTP proxy or just over port 80, allowing you to bypass restrictive firewalls and use any service you desire.
  • Twitter Friend Adder - Adds 20 random friends to your twitter account. Maybe the most useless twitter-tool known to mankind…
  • GeoPlugin - allows you to attach geographic coordinate information to posts. It also lets you specify a default geographic location for your entire WordPress blog.
  • Twubble - can help expand your Twitter bubble. It searches your friend graph and picks out people who you may like to follow.