Archive for July, 2008

It worked a while, now tickerTXT.org refers to the stupid placeholder page at Gandi.net. It’s not all bad: http://www.tickertxt.org …works just fine.  Omitting the WWW just doesn’t.  I know, it’s not easy, our DNS management is with Gandi.net, not with Google, though Blogger offers that exact service (or better optional “tick”-selection), see here. So I’ll […]


Spoiler: this post describes the problem when an Internet domain is is setup for Google Apps AND Google Pages is activated.  If you want to use that domain for Blogger as well instead of the xyzabc.blogspot.com, Blogger refuses to accept that domain with an error message (see below).  (There might be other causes for the […]


In the previous post I described how we went from “just buying new DECT phones” and the idea of integrating 2 S0 ISDN” lines, combining them with VoIP and Skype to the discovery of new concepts such as virtual PBXes, also named netPBX or hosted PBX solutions. I had to let that sink in.  The […]


How to  configure your personal gmail to pull and push email of your Google App domain Allow Pop (and Imap) for your Google App account (settings, forward / pop3 / Imap) Go to you personal gmail account and click on settings Add an account username@yourgoogleappdomain.com your google app password do not tick keep password (google […]


What have startups, small independant remote offices, branches and even serious longer term projects in common?  A bunch of demanding people with a cause and often very diverse backgrounds and personal technologies.  Members are usually quite autonomous and very mobile.  They often don’t have offices, or if they have, not every member is their on […]