Interesting stuff, August 11th from 13:52 to 14:37

Here are some items that caught my interest, and why, from August 11th from 13:52 to 14:37:

  • Google Gmail, Google Apps Outage in the Cloud | SuaraNews.com – Google Gmail and Google Apps messaging and collaboration services in the cloud suffered an outage of nearly 15 hours. Google Gmail and Google Apps users spent their time away from the messaging and collaboration platforms flogging the company on the Google Apps discussion group. Can Microsoft and other SAAS newcomers take advantage of these Google Gmail and Google Apps outages?

    Several Google users, some of them paying customers, found themselves knocked out of Google Apps and Gmail after an "access issue" knocked out the company’s software as a service suite for 15 hours.

  • Online Event Registration Service – Eventbrite – This might be useful for registration/RSVP for some events I have planned coming up. Jack Vinson told me it's a free service for free events. Have you used this service? What did you think?

Interesting stuff, August 11th from 08:25 to 08:25

Here are some items that caught my interest, and why, from August 11th from 08:25 to 08:25:

  • Is there a Tumblr plugin for EE? | ExpressionEngine Community Forums – One of my clients has a site built in Expression Engine — which is powerful, but more complex than necessary to make quick link-blurb style posts. This discussion thread in the EE forum indicates that it might be possible to post to an EE site via Tumblr.

    Has anyone actually done this? Please comment below.

Interesting stuff, August 10th from 09:13 to 09:13

Here are some items that caught my interest, and why, from August 10th from 09:13 to 09:13:

  • Stanford Prison Experiment: Quiet Rage (DVD) – Dr. Philip Zimbardo's The Stanford Prison Experiment documentary Quiet Rage features archival footage, flashbacks, post-experiment interviews with the prisoners and guards, and comparisons with real prisons. It documents the surprise arrests by city police and vividly shows the pathology that developed among participants, forcing the two-week study to be terminated after only 6 days. The Stanford Prison Study is one of the most famous films used in the study of Social Psychology

Interesting stuff, August 10th from 09:13 to 09:13

Here are some items that caught my interest, and why, from August 10th from 09:13 to 09:13:

  • Stanford Prison Experiment: Quiet Rage (DVD) – Dr. Philip Zimbardo's The Stanford Prison Experiment documentary Quiet Rage features archival footage, flashbacks, post-experiment interviews with the prisoners and guards, and comparisons with real prisons. It documents the surprise arrests by city police and vividly shows the pathology that developed among participants, forcing the two-week study to be terminated after only 6 days. The Stanford Prison Study is one of the most famous films used in the study of Social Psychology

Interesting stuff, August 6th from 11:01 to 11:30

Here are some items that caught my interest, and why, from August 6th from 11:01 to 11:30: