Chrome Inspector – Great web development tool.

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I’ve done a lot of web development over the years.  I’ve used IE and had to install products like Fiddler Web Debugger.  I’ve used Firefox and had to install Firebug.  Chrome has rapidly become by browser of choice.  It does have its quirks.  However, I’ve come to like it’s lightening fast speeds and the apps and extensions that are available to it through the Chrome web store.

Being a developer at heart, I started looking ...

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Siri – Now that’s worth Jailbreaking for.

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A couple of days ago I stated that I was done with Jailbreaking.  I had enough functionality in the base IOS that I didn’t have to augment it anymore.  Well, never say never.

Last night I was going through my twitter feed and came across a tweet stating that Siri, the IPhone 4S personal Assistant, will be able to run on your IPhone4 shortly.   Thanks  to the hard word of developer Steven Troughton-Smith.  

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IOS5 – No need to Jailbreak anymore.

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I thank the stars that my Blackberry broke down a few years ago and my Service Provider decided to gouge me for the cost of a new Blackberry.  I decided to try an IPhone.  I can actually say that this was a life altering experience.  I’m a techie.  I love toys.  But the IPhone had to be the first product that touched so many parts of my life.  It actually enhanced it and made me more productive.  Or did it ...

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Apple – Goodbye Steve Jobs.

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Okay, I know I’m going to date myself, but…

Back in 1988 I started working my first job after University.  I supported a government agency.  At the time, I was supporting “bleeding edge” technologies for engineers and Graphic artists.  The graphic artists were used to working with paper.  I brought in a first generation Apple MacIntosh…  and things changed.

I absolutely  loved the technology.  I was always under the impression that if Apple had taken to being a software vendor and not a ...

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Xpages server – Its Here

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Back in March, 2011, I blogged about an idea that Carl Tyler had about stripping the domino and notes (naming and marketing wise) out of a the Domino server and leaving the Xpages behind.  (I’ve taken the liberty of editing out the rest of the comments I had in there for you.  Domino is still there).

Well its here.  Xpages Server!  Here’s Ed Brills’ Post explaining it.

http://www.edbrill.com/ebrill/edbrill.nsf/dx/introducing-ibm-xwork-server

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Microsoft 365 vs LotusLive – Part 1.

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With the launch of Rivit we decided to rethink the way we do business. We had a number of ideas about how the company had to be run:

  1. Stay small. Try to do the best job you can with the right number of people. A large number of employees doesn’t make a better company.
  2. Stay light. It is important to move with the market. Know what your clients want and try to get there before they want it.
  3. Avoid politics. There ...
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The Domino Reality Check

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Rivit recently launched a new product and service. We called it the Domino Reality check. We really struggled with the message.

I’ve been in the Lotus world since 1993. That’s a long time. We based a company around the strength and our personal beliefs in Lotus Notes. But in current times we see it struggling in the market.

So we developed a service around giving people the reality of their situation. Are they using the right ...

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Rivit and Notes Code presenting an E-discovery Demonar – September 21, 2011

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Rivit and Notes Code  are proud to present a Pursuit Demonar on September 21, 2011  at 12:00 (GMT -5).

Pursuit provides administrators, compliance officers, and human resource personnel with a quick and efficient means to search and manage Lotus email and Domino application content across servers, mailboxes, and geographies, directly supporting discovery, content removal, content monitoring, and policy audits.

Demonars are an ongoing series of product demos featuring excellent solutions for your Domino and Notes infrastructure.  Each demonar is 30 minutes with Q&A ...

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What the heck is a Rivit?

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After 14 years of running metaLogic, we decided that it would be better to split off the product division and the associated talent into a separate company.   However we didn’t just stop there we looked at all that was good and bad in metalogic.  The good we made better and the bad we eliminated.   Our key philosphy is to move quickly with market momentum.  That means that we will move more quickly with customer and market needs.

It hasn’t ...

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Introducing Rivit Technology Partners

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Effective July 1, Rivit Technology Partners, a company created from metaLogic, will take full responsibility of the product division of metaLogic.  A decision was made recently to create a new company that would remain focused in the Lotus Domino arena.  Our product division is important to us and we feel this spin off will give us all the ability to provide you and our products the important focus and attention required.  The core group of people that have worked with you over the ...

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