'Yahoo' Tag

  • OpenID 2.0 Directed Identity and Emails

    January 27, 2008

    A couple of days ago I’ve talked with Eran Hammer-Lahav about an idea I had regarding his post about using Emails as OpenID identifiers. During the talk another sub-idea came into light in regards to OpenID 2.0 Directed Identity and Emails. While I’m not sure if this has been discussed before (I didn’t have much […]

  • My Google Development Community Piece was referenced at ZDNet

    May 30, 2007

    2 days ago I wrote a post about the lack of Google Israel’s involvement in the development community. It seems that in most of the places (I’m sure in the US, I’m not sure if the rest of the development centers in South American and Europe have the same involvement) where Google has development centers […]

  • Google Israel – Where Art Thou in the Development Community?

    May 28, 2007

    I know that Google‘s original Googleplex at Mountain View is very active for non googlers. There are frequent open lectures there and they host a bunch of other things like Summer of Code (well, not always host, but sponsor and make sure people know about it) and Google Developer Day (which is happening at 10 […]

  • Yahoo Pipes, Microformats and Extendability

    February 13, 2007

    I think Yahoo Pipes is really cool. The main attraction is its slick user interface and ease of use. I just created a pipe of all of the Recent Questions of Yedda translated using Babelfish to French and it took less than 5 minutes. I do have a couple of ideas that I think will […]

  • idproxy.net

    January 29, 2007

    If you haven’t done so already, go check out (and hopefully use, afterwards) idproxy.net. As written in idproxy.net’s about page: idproxy.net acts as a bridge between these two worlds. You can sign in to idproxy.net using your Yahoo! account, and then create one or more OpenID accounts for use elsewhere on the Web. Basically, if […]

  • idproxy.net and OpenIDBridge.com or I’m late, again!

    January 28, 2007

    I just read Simon Willison‘s post about idproxy.net. It’s funny, I just talked about such a service in a previous post and also mentioned I’m working on the same service. I was suppose to release it a week ago but had some other issues to attend to as well as some learning curve with using […]

  • Google openning a second research center in Israel

    April 27, 2006

    According to this, Google is opening an R&D center in Israel in the Tel Aviv area. This is the second center, the first one opened in Haifa. Microsoft has a research center in Haifa from 1991 and it was published in the Israeli press (sorry, I couldn’t find an English reference for this) that they […]

  • Google will open up an R&D Center in Israel

    March 1, 2006

    According to this link in Globes, the Israeli Business newspaper, Google is going to open up an R&D center in Israel in the second quarter. The center will be led by Dr. Yoelle Maarek, a long time (17 years) veteran of IBM’s research labs and will be located in the northern city of Haifa (near […]

  • Connect Google Talk with MSN, Yahoo and AIM

    January 23, 2006

    Just saw this on Digg and since I’m already on a Jabber frenzy due to my previous posts, I thought I should share. Looks quite cool, though I haven’t tried it yet. I’m using GAIM so I got everything all up in one client. I’m just waiting to get a build of GAIM that works […]

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