Archive for September, 2012

Time to Celebrate: Incredible PBX for Raspberry Pi Turns 21

Time to Celebrate: Incredible PBX for Raspberry Pi Turns 21

Tuesday, September 11, 2012

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If you had asked us a year ago whether it was possible to run a full-featured PBX on a computer the size of a credit card, we would have laughed and told you to move along. Well, that was then. In the last 21 days, we’ve not only gotten through the proof-of-concept phase of porting Incredible PBX to the Raspberry Pi but, thanks to a lot of hard work from Gernot and his Asterisk® for Raspberry Pi™ project, we now… Read More ›

R.I.P. Googlicious: Weather, Weather, Everywhere… Except From Google

R.I.P. Googlicious: Weather, Weather, Everywhere… Except From Google

Saturday, September 1, 2012

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For at least the last four years, Google has maintained a not-so-secret Weather API that let hobbyists and people like us build weather applications for the rest of the world to use. Google never provided a word of documentation nor even a comment about the Weather API other than obscure mentions by a few Google employees. Google, of course, is not stupid. They know everything there is to know about analytics, and it was no secret that the Weather API… Read More ›