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Wave - Welcome to Apache Wave (incubating)

Wave - Welcome to Apache Wave (incubating)
Wave is a distributed, near-real-time, rich collaboration platform that allows users to work together in new and exciting ways. Wave allows for flexible modes of communication, blending chat, email and collaborative document editing in to one seamless environment. Wave provides a lively and responsive environment that promotes more fluid and dynamic collaboration between users. The addition of Robots and Gagets allow the Wave platform to provide intelligence, integration, and customizability to the users experience. Currently, the main focus of the Apache Wave project is the development of "Wave in a Box" (WiaB). WiaB aims to be both a reference implementation of the Wave platform as well as a set of reusable components that can serve as building blocks for developing other wave related products. The wave project is still in its infancy. Currently a lot of good information can still be found here:

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Celebrating 20 Years of Linux [INFOGRAPHIC] You've come a long way, Tux the Penguin. The Linux Foundation is celebrating 20 years of the famous FOSS operating system, Linux — or GNU-slash-Linux, depending on how hard-line a fossie you're talking to — with a slew of special events, both online and IRL. Linux enthusiasts can check out the official anniversary site for details. The Foundation is also sharing a few other exciting news items, including: The new High Availability working group, which will "help define the open-source HA stack and prioritize features." A range of open-source projects and distros are participating in the working group.The release of the Carrier Grade Linux 5.0 spec.

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Understanding 'Traffic Sources' in Google Analytics The Google Analytics “Traffic Sources” section can help ecommerce marketers understand how well campaigns are working and how better to invest in site content, advertising, or other forms of engagement. Google Analytics is a free service that uses cookies — which we explain in “Cookies Make Shoppers Feel Welcome” — to monitor how visitors are interacting with a particular site. The Traffic Sources overview and its various sub-menu items describe how visitors are getting to your site. 3 Basic Traffic Mediums The Google Analytics Traffic Sources section categorizes your site traffic as “direct” traffic, “referring” traffic, or “search engine” traffic.

1.5 Release Candidate - The first release candidate for Razuna 1.5 is now available. We encourage everyone to download and test this release – please though, not on your production server unless you’re extra adventurous. With more then 200 ticked closed, this release brings many new features, enhancements and bug fixes. Some of most notable new features are; Option to customize Razuna, new search results pages, advanced folder view options, a brand new ay to work with labels and a having sub labels, Janrain integration (social login), major code re-factoring and a new API for our developers. Additionally, we fixed a couple of issues that cropped up after the 1.4.7 release.

Google Search Tricks, Tips and Hints - Michael Gray Even though I work in the search engine space I have a lot of the same bad search habits that most people have. I expect Google to know that when I type in [Wedding Band] it should know whether I’m looking for jewelry or musicians. With that in mind I’m going to provide some tips to help you use Google to find things faster and quicker. You can find many of these tips on Google’s website or other sites, however what I’m going to do is show you how to use some of these special queries to get better results. We’ll start off with the basics and move on to more complex queries. Basic Searches

GMAIL TOOLBOX: 60+ Tools For Gmail With Google announcing the ability to increase your Gmail storage capacity this week, we decided to delve into other ways to extend and enhance Google's popular webmail service. Presenting: 60+ tools and resources for Gmail. Desktop Applications GCount - An application for Mac OSX that alerts you to new mail.