- RESTful Webservices with Java and Jersey (JAX-RS) – Tutorial – This article explains how to develop RESTful web services in Java with the JAX-RS reference implementation Jersey.
- Twitter / OpenSource – Twitter is built on open-source software—here are the projects we have released or contribute to. Also see our engineering blog for more details.
- How Google Went Into "Code Red" And Saved Google Buzz – Here's the story of how panicking just enough may have saved Google's answer to Facebook and Twitter.
- WPBuzzer – Hameedullah – WPBuzzer is a WordPress Plugin which allows you to add a button to your blog to allow sharing your posts on Google Buzz.
- Coffee City | Starbucks will launch pour-over brewing method in March to make quick cups when a pot isn’t brewed | Seattle Times Newspaper – Beginning next month, Starbucks will adopt a brewing method called the pour-over at stores in the U.S. and Canada
- The Ultimate DD-WRT Setup: Wireless Bridging, No-IP, and OpenDNS. « Naterrific – The following guide will cover enabling No-IP, OpenDNS, and creating a bridged wireless network across your environment.
- Daring Fireball Linked List: Adobe Puts Secret Hold on HTML5 Spec – In public, Adobe claims to “support” HTML5. On the private W3C mailing list, though, they’ve placed an objection to prevent the current spec from being published
- AIR For Android, And Adobe’s Plan To Deliver Apps Across All Mobile Devices – . Adobe is positioning its Flash platform (which includes the Flash player, AIR, developer tools, and media servers) as the write-once, deploy-anywhere solution for both the mobile Web and apps.
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