Edge Online has posted an entire reprint of the SEGA/Sony PS3 confidential notes found on SEGAs FTP server.
A Microsoft Word document found on SEGA Americas FTP site, if genuine, reveals a few details about Sony’s upcoming plans for the PlayStation 3. One of these plans seems to be offering most, if not all PS2 titles for purchase on the PlayStation Network – no wonder backwards compatibility isn’t available on the PS3 Slim.
Anyone interested in developing widgets for WordPress should take a look at Jesse Altman’s WordPress 2.8 widget API tutorial.
The official Google Webmaster Blog has confirmed that the “keywords” meta tag isn’t used at all in Google’s web search ranking, and has in fact been disregarded for a few years now.
Days before it was scheduled to shut down, the legislation to keep Philadelphia’s Free Library system open has been passed by the Pennsylvania State senate. Excellent news.
The iPhone Blog reports that Apple is asking users experiencing bad battery life with version 3.1 of the iPhone OS to install a profile that enables battery life logging on their phones. When synced with iTunes, the power log data is sent from the phone to Apple to help determine the cause of the problem.
I myself haven’t noticed any drop in battery life with 3.1.