if all Nokia users would pull off their chargers when not used, we could power 100,000 average European houses.
16 June 2008
my colleague Quim Gil has noted that his team is looking for somebody, who is very good at serving developers, i.e. position of product manager of the Maemo development platform at Nokia
also, for those who want to look straight for Maemo software related jobs (i.e. you want to work with Maemo, Linux, Nokia tablets, etc) among all open positions at Nokia , there is special section at maemo.org site named "maemo jobs" - have a look and please don't miss that "next" at bottom, as there is more than one page at the moment ;)
15 June 2008
As one may have noticed, better weather makes me more prone to go out there and try to record what I see around. It might be short photo sketch like these
flowers in my neighborhood
warm days in Helsinki
or it might be longer shooting session with 100+ images and major walk through several areas of Helsinki or Espoo, like these
Samba carnival in Helsinki calls for walk
Sunday walk with camera through western Helsinki
Helsinki day, 2008
03 June 2008
they seem to be about Netscape, AOL and time-line of "Netscape Navigator"-then-Mozilla projects in first place... but removing particular company & projects names makes it into different dimension.
Why? Because the company stopped innovating. The company got big, and big companies just aren't creative. There exist counterexamples to this, but in general, great things are accomplished by small groups of people who are driven, who have unity of purpose. The more people involved, the slower and stupider their union is.
And there's another factor involved, which is that you can divide our industry into two kinds of people: those who want to go work for a company to make it successful, and those who want to go work for a successful company. Netscape's early success and rapid growth caused us to stop getting the former and start getting the latter.bold selections are mine.
nomo zilla, resignation and postmortem © 1999 by Jamie Zawinski, Author of Netscape Navigator, "used to be a hacker, now run a nightclub."