Archive of month: May 2007

Thunderbird videos on ShowMeDo

Lucas and Marius – two of our ShowMeDo authors – have created a great 3-part video introduction to Mozilla Thunderbird entitled: ‘Being Productive with Mozilla Thunderbird‘. I’m always impressed by the quality of the tutorial videos that our users submit – these three Thunderbird videos deserve the attention of…and that gives me an idea.

Danny proposes a possible £5 App discussion

Danny (of HoboInternet) has just posted about a idea he’s proposing for the intriguingly-named [no site yet] service. The idea is simple – a RESTful site which can strip comments out of CSS, so you don’t have to serve comment-heavy CSS in day-to-day operations but you can preserve comments for development. Perhaps the idea […]

£5 App – Job Board

John and I announced our ‘Job Board’ idea at the second £5 App meet. We want to make the board useful for Jobs, Requests and Announces for geeks in Brighton. If you want something added, just post a comment on this post. To get in the picture you’ll need to attend and stick something on […]

Second £5 App Write-up – Social Start-ups

Tuesday night saw another very successful £5 App meet where Alan Newman and Raj Anand spoke on their startups (html-slides below). Alan discussed the rocky road to building a stable development company ( and his social footy site. Raj gave a very interesting talk on ‘how to start a start-up’, a subject he blogs […]