Lee Kelleher

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  1. Scrobbling my BBC Radio listening on Last.fm

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    A couple of months ago I’d heard that the BBC Radio Labs had developed a desktop widget that scrobbled the songs you listen to on BBC Radio (currently only available for Radio 1, Radio 2, 6 Music and 1 Xtra) [via Last.fm] I’m not a big fan of gimmicky desktop widgets –  it’s bad enough that Vista comes with them as default – some people love them, some hate them… I just prefer less clutter…

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  2. Mozilla Prism – Bringing Web Apps to the Desktop

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    I feel like I’ve been living under a rock for the last couple of months.  I’ve only just heard about Mozilla’s Prism – and it’s already changing the way I use web-apps. Prism, (previously called WebRunner), is essentially a Site Specific Browser (SSB) – meaning that it’s a desktop application designed to host a single web-application.  This is good for many reasons, foremost it causes less distractions. So far, I have prisms set-up for most…

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