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Departures and Arrivals at APX


When we started Adaptive Path 7 years ago, we all left what we were doing and started on a new adventure. In the past few months, we’ve seen a few folks leave Adaptive Path to strike out on their next ventures — Ryan joining start-up Plinky, Bryan...
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Google Friend Connect - Ready to Launch?


Google earlier opened Friend Connect for a limited number of users only but I suspect that the public launch of Friend Connect may happen very soon. Google Friend Connect is a much-awaited service from Google that lets you add social features to any...
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Get the Favicon Image of any Website with Google S


The images that you see next to blog comments here are not the regular gravatar pictures, instead they are favicons pulled from the website of the person who has written that comment. Same is the case with favicons that are displayed near external...
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SaaS as a Savior


Jeff Kaplan at THINKstrategies just posted an insightful article called "Why IT now sees SaaS as a savior" talking about the factors driving accelerating SaaS adoption. He cites the buzz he heard at SaaScon, the emergence of IT-specific SaaS...
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Now that’s a Big PaaS Market


Prominent industry observers such as Dion Hinchcliffe, Phil Wainewright, and McKinsey have been busy lately discussing the rapidly evolving “platform as a service” offerings from companies such as salesforce.com, Amazon, and Google. One frequently...
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"404" Becoming Part of English Language


People who work in the IT industry have always used lots of jargon and acronyms which are largely a mystery to those in the outside world. However, some of these phrases have gone beyond the IT department and crept into everyday language. The number...
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