It seems the Twitter is back online, so I’ve started updating there.
Soon I will upload the photos to Flickr.
Update 15:15: Caught a talk with Ouriel Ohayon (Ouriel is live blogging the event on Techcrunch.fr and on Twitter).
Update 15:40: I’m keeping updating from time to time on Twitter, and uploaded some photos to Flickr.
Update 15:50: Ouriel mentions on his blog, that the Android is going to be much more influencing than the iPhone. I guess he’s right. And now I’m happy that I didn’t buy an iPhone
Update 16:33: Dan Morrill is doing a code demo. For me, after watching his video demo, it’s a bit boring… Although from a quick survey Dan conducted earlier, it seems that most of the audience didn’t watch the video demos or even downloaded the SDK.
Update 17:20: Caught a talk with Dan Morrill. I had some really good questions, so he wrote them down and I hope to see updates from Google soon.
Update: I’m back home. At the weekend I will post a summary and my thoughts on Android. Hope you enjoyed the coverage
For a long time I knew I needed business cards, but because I’m mostly a free lancer I didn’t knew what to put on them (besides my contact details of course). Recently I’ve stumbled upon Moo.com, who are nice people who like to print cool stuff. One of their services is the Minicards - 100 mini business cards with your contact details on one side and images from your Flickr gallery on the other side.
For me it’s perfect – instead of just having a dull busienss card with just my details on it, I can share my photo gallery with the people I contact.
And now, after a week of waiting, they’re here -
BTW, I’ve got a discount card for future orders of Minicards – if anyone of you interested, just drop me a line : arik at arikfr dot com.
I recommend you reading Raoul Pop’s review of Zooomr, as it is more extensive and comprehensive.
While browsing Alex King’s blog I’ve stumbled upon a post mentioning that Zooomr is giving away pro account to any blogger who will blog about them, and add a photo from Zooomr to that post. While Flickr pro account costs 25$ receiving something similar for free sounded inviting.