In all the web developments I do apart from sites based on SharePoint, I always develop using Firefox as a yardstick and after then, I try write a few IE tweaks especially for IE 6 to ensure that it displays the work well. Of course, you may ask yourself why I do this yet IE […]

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For those who are more comfortable with working with local languages especially Luganda, a great initiative of translating Mozilla Firefox into Luganda, one of Uganda’s largest spoken language was started by Translate.org.za, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, Makerere University and Rhodes University. In just two days, a group of around 300 students with a […]

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Yesterday I wrote about my Multiple Internet Explorer-Single PC Dilemma and so far, I have found a solution to my dilemma. Before you can get a grasp of why I am suggesting this as a solution, I would like to get into some further analysis of the problem and why it fits in very well. […]

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Get Your Google Analytics at your desktop

Mar 1, 2008 Comments Off on Get Your Google Analytics at your desktop Internet, Software, Web

I was thinking of how I could use Google APIs to create and off line application which uses some of the services Google provides. Since I do a lot of website designs, the first that came to my mind was having Google Analytics right at my desktop. It went on lingering my mind that it […]

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FOSS Tools on Windows/Mac

Nov 27, 2006 Comments Off on FOSS Tools on Windows/Mac Software, Technology & Tools

Are you so much used to Open Source Software but now running on a Windows machine or you would like to venture in to Open Source before deleting your Windows OS? Well, I found a very good resource with links to good free and open-source software which can be run on your Windows machine. From […]

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