Oracle and Enterprise 2.0

I recently attended an Oracle seminar entitled Enterprise 2.0, I went looking to understand the direction a company such as Oracle was pursuing in this space.  However, i found the whole experience lacking.  What was wrong was the ever tenuous web 2.0, enterprise 2.0 link, which never worked, as the argument was never formed. The […]

Amazon CloudFront – Replacing the content database

Amazon launch of Cloudfront, a tightly integrated content delivery service built over their S3 offering promises content delivery routed to the nearest edge location, giving optimal performance to the content user. This extension to S3 should get the content management system (CMS) providers and companies such as Akamai thinking. The service will allow the database […]

Sky Travel Website

Back at the start of the year my team  launched the  Sky Travel site .  Since then it has changed  a lot and has a number of roll-outs planned to the end of the year.  Its got a great design and  some excellent  JavaScript work using JQuery.  Well worth a look if your planning a […]

Site Launch Mazda BT-50

My team have just launched a site to show off the new Mazda BT-50 . Its written in .Net 3.5 feeding in XML content from an EPiServer CMS into a Flash front end and integrated into a Sieble Customer Relationship Management (CRM) system. Its rolling out over a number of European countries.

Tagging the world – IPhone killer application!

Sekai Camera is the killer iPhone application, just point your camera anywhere around you to have instant feedback about whatever is on your screen. Directions, reviews, messages, offers, and any tag you can imagine will appear floating in front of you, adding a graphic overlay to the world. Using the iPhone 3G, camera and the […]

Solio – solar charger

It took me 2 days to figure out that it will not work when inside the rear window of the car. But, once i had it in direct sunlight the little red LED came on and i was filled with happiness. After a day in the sun i managed to get it to flash twice […]