Mark IJbema sent me a link to a new feedreader called t3h blox0r
. Because it is a XUL application it only runs in Gecko browsers, like Mozilla and Firefox. But that's not a problem to me, because these are the only browsers I use anyway (and occasionally elinks
Anyway, it has everything I want: the accessibility of a web application and the functionality of a good feedreader. Try it!
Labels: feed reader, links
Today I participated in the IWI programmeerwedstrijd
, the yearly programming contest of our university. My team, 'Het Halve Werk', consisted of Mark IJbema, Bart Dopheide, our team captain Jan Feitsma and me. Anyway, we came in second! I'm so proud! ;)
Movie NAM excursion
A few months ago I went (on an excursion) to one of the Dutch islands. I just saw that the movie is ready. And yes, it is as cold as it seems...
Labels: Ameland, holiday, NAM
Some new articles
Mark and I wrote some new articles (most of them in Dutch) as 'The Internet Explorers', about RSS, Wiki's, Wikipedia and an interview with Jimmy Wales. You can find it at the website of The Internet Explorers
Also the next episode of the magazine of our student association (the FMF
) is released, and I wrote some more articles in it (an interview with Nobelprize winner Frank Wilczek, an article about the unit History of Mathematics at the University of Groningen, an energy drink test). See it at the website of the Periodiek