This morning I read a news update about LibreOffice, the free and open source office Suite. They are in the process of releasing web based version. For this, they will use a technology called LOWA. The development is in early stage at this point in time. I believe a demonstration was given earlier, during the meet of free and open source software developers meeting (FOSDEM). Reading the article from Makeuseof, and looking at the web based interface brought back a flood of memories.
Lifetime Deals for SaaS (Software As a Service) Products
In the past few years, there has been an explosion of sites offering “lifetime” deals for SaaS (Software As A Service) products. Dealify, Dealmirror, SAAS Avatar,LTD Hunter, Facebook groups like Martech and LTD are some of them. Of course the more well known ones also exist – Appsumo and Stacksocial.
In this post, Amar Vyas describes 6 different ways to prevent email spam from hitting your mailbox. Learn about the free, paid and freemium options ranging from Relay Services to Custom domains, and Anti-SPAM software to using email aliases.
In a follow up to my post on How to monitor uptime for your websites? I have disabled Netumo, and Bearmon and retained three active services: Hetrix Tolls, Uptime Robot, and Feshping.
In this post, you will find my review of LittleVZ from Gullo’s hosting, an OVZ based service. This no frills service is available in 3 locations (USA, UK and Singapore). LittleVZ is hosted on OVH data centers in Singapore.
In this post, you will find a short review of MicroLXC, a free VPS service using LXC virtualization. Learn how to sign up and options offered for locations and specifications.