Links for December 4, 2005

How to Create Your Own Game Company: Part 1
“…nothing beats a great idea. Unfortunately, good ideas are everywhere. What you need to do is make sure your amazing idea is developed properly.”

The Economics of Releasing Your Own DVD
From Joel on Software.

6 Places You Must Use AJAX
Looks at places to use and not use AJAX in your web UIs

ComputerWorld Looks at Why We Still Have to Use Snail Mail for Rebate Forms

TimeSnapper – Regular, Recurring Screen Shots
“When it’s time to fill out that dreaded timesheet, TimeSnapper is a savior. No need to tear your hair out trying to remember where all the time went.”

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#1 Adnan Masood on 12.05.05 at 12:38 am

Timesnapper seems like a solution to my dreaded time sheet task; intelligent idea. Trying it out now. But can it write it down these details for me too, you know, via OCR and such, doing an intelligent analysis of my screen and determining what I’m doing (reading news, blogs or actually working?)please 🙂 I wonder what are the privacy concerns. Screenshot of confidential info (customer info etc) in your machine. Privacy police won’t be so happy.