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Like everyone else my first reaction to Flickr’s new storage plan was jaw-dropping happiness. Flickr was not only the first web service that I actually paid for, I also spent insane amount of time uploading, organizing my collection of images. Flickr used to be awesome until Yahoo stopped working on it. I recently looked at the Google+ image storage/backup service and I think it is much much better than flickr, at least for me. Here is why:
Since its initial release Sublime Text has quickly become the text editor of choice for many coders. I only recently started using ST and I am already in love with it, so much so that I exclusively use ST for all my text editing tasks not only coding. Apart from speed issues, which I have been told have improved a lot in Sublime Text 3, this relatively new text editor is an almost perfect choice for coding. One of things that makes Sublime such a great choice is its huge and active community and extensive choice of packages available. I probably wouldn’t be so smitten with ST if it wasn’t so customizable and extendable with packages and themes.
Firefox OS is an open source and free mobile OS concept by Mozilla based on the idea that the OS and apps can be build using open-standards like HTML5 and JacaScript. It is currently under heavy development and there is a planned official commercial release in 2013.
Things you should know about Firefox OS:
With all the recent rumors about Facebook buying Opera it might be hard for non-opera users to understand why Opera might be valuable enough product for facebook to consider buying. Well, for starters Opera Mini is still the numero uno mobile browser out there. Probably it won’t stay there for long as it has some serious competition from android and ios built-in default browser. But considering the fact that Opera doesn’t have it’s own OS to inflate its user adoption, its a pretty big accomplishment.