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Last chance: Register for EuroPython today!

by Christian Scholz on June 30, 2008

This year’s EuroPython (July 7-12) will rock again, I am sure. We have great talks, we have great keynotes (Guido van Rossum and Hans Rosling!!!), we are in a great city (Vilnius, Lithuania) and we have a Barcamp like track (…)

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TOPFtäglich 13, 30.6.2008: Glückwunsch an Spanien, Mugabe, die EU und Schäuble

by Christian Scholz on June 30, 2008

Congratulations to spain for beating us and being the euro soccer champion! and many more congratulations to the rest of the world! (link zum Video) Inhalt Glückwunsch an die Spanier! Robert Mugabe und seine “Demokratie” Die EU und ihre “Demokratie” (…)

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myspace’s DataAvailability != DataPortability

by Christian Scholz on June 28, 2008

So now it is released (as you can read on TechCrunch and others): DataAvailability. What it basically allows you to do is to get access to user data stored on myspace. So it’s not like Google’s iframe solution but it’s (…)

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TOPFtäglich #12, 27.6.2008: Endspiel gegen Spanien, Apple ist der Grund für das Sterben der Musikindustrie

by Christian Scholz on June 27, 2008

Technorati Tags: topftäglich, apple, drm, ipod, euro2008This episode is mainly a reflection of Deb’s post about how Apple apparently killed the music industry ;-) (link zum Video) Inhalt Europameister oder nicht? Deb Wiseman über einen eMarketer Report, der behauptet, dass (…)

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Social Media for Corporations and how Cisco sees it

by Christian Scholz on June 26, 2008

Yesterday I had the pleasure to interview Jeanette Gibson, Director of New Media Communications at Cisco about Social Media in general and Cisco’s activities and future plans in that field. The interview turned out to be very interesting as Cisco (…)

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TOPFtäglich #11, 26.6.2008: Euro2008 – seesmic, Startups und Communities – Cisco und Neue Median

by Christian Scholz on June 26, 2008

Topics of this episode: We are in the Euro 2008 finals! Yay! seesmic said they like my show and I reflect a little about how startups handle their communities in the beginning and once they are big. I also mention (…)

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TOPFtäglich #10, 25.6.2008: 23andme.com, CISCO CEO Fragestunde, mymuesli

by Christian Scholz on June 25, 2008

In this episode of my german daily videopost I talk about yesterdays 23andme.com presentation, a Q&A with Cisco’s John Chambers in Second Life and about german startup mymuesli.com which allows you to mix your own Müsli. (Link zum Video) Shownotes (…)

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A first shot at refactoring the OGP login in Python (pyogp) (technical)

by Christian Scholz on June 24, 2008

Last weekend and yesterday I spent some time to refactor some code for the Python OGP library and tried to come up with a good structure for it. Now maybe I should explain first what I am talking about. The (…)

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TOPFtäglich #09, 24.6.2008: seesmic Kundenservice, comcast Kundenservice, SL5B, Datenlecks in Deutschland

by Christian Scholz on June 24, 2008

In this episode I talk about good seesmic customer service (as Marco Kaiser helped me to make the flash widget play), the sad 5th Second Life Birthday and how german’s communal institutions have security holes which allow the access to (…)

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Second Life’s sad birthday desaster

by Christian Scholz on June 23, 2008

Timing couldn’t be better. Today it’s Second Life’s 5th birthday and also it’s the first day when the grace period of trademark use has expired. If you follow this blog you might know that Linden Lab changed their trademark policy (…)

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