“Xapian is an Open Source Probabilistic Information Retrieval library, released under the GPL. It’s written in C++ […] based upon the code of Open Muscat (also known as Omsee) […] by BrightStation PLC.”
Weird Al Yankovic releases a free MP3 from his upcoming new album of his parody of James Blunt’s “You’re Beautiful” … a song that is SO overplayed these days. The parody is as awful as the original, which is strangely fitting.
“Aqua Data Studio is a database query tool and administration tool that allows developers to easily create, edit, and execute SQL scripts, as well as browse and visually modify database structures. […]”
Engadget hits the wall and turns off comments “temporarily” — it was bound to happen eventually. I am very interested in seeing how WIN is going to improve their software to handle this. Maybe they’ll find a novel approach, which would be cool.
“Makayama Interactive today introduces Media Studio for TomTom(R) 1.0. With this innovative software, consumers can turn their TomTom GO navigation system into a media and movie playback device.” Now TomTom needs to make a model with a 7-inch LCD screen.