Saturday, May 13, 2006


Pop Wuping | Modern Stuff for a mobile lifestyle


London Audio Walks for your iPod or MP3 player from BlueBrolly


iPod Directions : Use your iPod Video, Nano or Photo as a Yahoo! Maps directions viewer!

Yahoo Maps and the popular iPod portable MP3 player are used together to bring you an exciting online service called iPod-Directions. What is it? iPod-Directions is a powerful step-by-step directions saving tool that will export online driving directions from results by Yahoo Maps and import them into your iPod. It’s an easy solution for getting Yahoo Map directions saved and displayed onto any iPod Video, Nano or Photo, and without the need of additional software!


Talking Street™ - Discover Where You Are


Playlist: First Look: Gear4 iRon

Gear4 is back with its latest musical appliance, the £104.06 iRon—an iPod-powered portable iron.



An innovative product appropriate to this new millennium, Soundwalk is a new form of media, whereas one virtually interacts with his or her surroundings. How is it done? Easy, you purchase the walk, go to the starting point, put your headphones on, press play, start walking.


ANTENNA AUDIO - The world leader in audio tours and multimedia interpretation



ON YOUR iPod, CD or MP3 PLAYER. - the end of the internet - Surf the Void


iSubwayMaps - Download subway maps for your iPod Photo


Riya - Photo Search - Our face recognition technology automatically tags people in photos


Google Co-op - Profile for Tien-Chih Wang


The Remembering Site

The Remembering Site is for all of you who want to write and publish your life memories, experiences, memoirs, or autobiography but have been overwhelmed at the prospect.  For just USD $25 (a one-time registration fee), The Remembering Site contains over one thousand evocative, story-telling questions to lead you through the process. 

Describe family holidays. Did you eat lunch at school, or did you go home for lunch? If you went home, who was waiting for you when you got there? Do you remember your first kiss? Describe your career. What was the happiest moment of your life? The saddest?

Anyone can tell their story when they know what questions to ask themselves. The answers are inside you. Read a question and the answer is there. It's easy. It's fun. There are no rules. Tell your story in your own voice. Only you can.


Sphere: advanced search algorithm helps you discover high-quality, relevant, and timely blog posts that match what you're looking for.

Blogs are big. There are 19 million blogs, and a few thousand will go online by the time you get done reading this. To paraphrase a popular disco ditty - so many blogs, so little time. Technorati, Feedster and Icerocket do a good job of searching the blogs, the information that is presented to the end-user is like giving people the cow, not the steak. The big issue is finding relevant and intelligent blog posts on a specific topic, that are based on authority. The authority is not an arbitrary decision of a human community, but a “collective effort.” Google tries to do this in its new Reader by restricting “google search” to RSS feeds. But that’s not the answer


Apple Notebook Computers


GigaOM : On Broadband, VoIP & The Next Generation Internet Maps


CNET -- Technology news and business reports


After Apple - AppleCared: My Life Inside Apple and AppleCare

AppleCared: My Life Inside Apple and AppleCare

You can only work in a technical service position for a limited amount of time before it loses its luster and shine, and you start to follow. 
Once you've performed a job for several years, you get into the groove and know how it's done. The knowledge is all there, somewhere, and
it becomes routine to just look it up and spit it out on demand. You keep doing this, time and again, and eventually become a fixture: unchanging, unmoving, static.


Google Blogoscoped - good Google info




Search Engine Roundtable ::: The Pulse Of The Search Marketing Community


cre8d design blog


Search Engine Watch Blog


I4U News - I4U Gadget Reviews






Google Co-op - Destination Guides

Friday, May 12, 2006


SRC - Search Result Clustering Toolbar in Microsoft Research

Search Result Clustering (SRC) technology facilitates Web users’ browsing through the long list of search results


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Google News Cloud U.S. - Clear Instructions on How To Do (just about) Everything

Clear Instructions on How To Do (just about) Everything


Google Trends: See what the world is searching for


MailBigFile - Send large files quickly and easily without clogging up your email.


wikiHow - The How-To Manual That Anyone Can Write or Edit


Google Operating System: some great Google products


Lifehacker - File sharing


Lifehacker, the Productivity and Software Guide; some clever stuff

Computers make us more productive. Yeah, right. Lifehacker recommends the downloads, web sites and shortcuts that actually save time. Don't live to geek; geek to live.


The Ethical Hacker Network - Google Hacking: Ten Simple Security Searches That Work


CyberWyre » Highest Paying Search Terms


Yankee Fog

Yankee Fog
Just like An American in Paris, only with writing instead of dancing. And London instead of Paris.


Video glasses


The Numbers - Movie Box Office Data, Film Stars, Idle Speculation

Thursday, May 11, 2006 Flickr Toys


Newspaper snippet generator


Sudoku Hint




Ian Kennedy's blog on Social Media.



I’m the John Watson who blogs about vomit. Above all, I’m a father.

I talk about my kids a lot. I have two, a girl and a boy. The girl is affectionately referred to here as The Girl or Sister or My Daughter. Similarly for The Boy. I am lucky enough to also have a lovely and talented wife. Like my son, I’m easily distracted by shiny objects. I love them all. - Free Online File Storage, Internet File Sharing, RSS Sharing, Access Documents & Files Anywhere, Backup Data, Share Files



Bloglines | Most Popular Links


Pain in the Tech - Our Pain is Your Gain


How to back up a DVD - Pain in the Tech


Gizmodo, The Gadget Blog


Boing Boing: A Directory of Wonderful Things


Lawrence Lessig


TECH TIME: 50 Coolest Websites: News and Information



MediaScrape, an on-line television network based in Montreal, launched yesterday with video news clips from around the world. The company has signed content agreements with news services including Canadian Press, Associated Press and the Dogan News Agency, in addition to partnerships with local broadcasters in Georgia, Turkey, Azerbaijan and Armenia. The privately held company updates the site every half hour, with a format that collects and organizes video content from a variety of sources. A play-all function allows viewers to watch more than 10 minutes of world clips strung together. Foreign clips subtitled in English will soon be available in other languages. The company is looking to add content from over 100 countries over the next year.


apple project: blog


Personal and small business information manager: Get organized, Backpack

Over 150,000 people use Backpack to...

Organize to do lists, notes, images, and photos  Plan a personal or business trip  Keep track of what your competitors are doing  Plan a home improvement project  Collaborate on a new business idea Keep track of houses you're considering buying  Gather information for a research project  Keep a list of gift ideas for friends  Build a For Sale page,  Organize and plan a wedding or event, and more...


Wine Enthusiast - Wine Accessories, Wine Cellars, Wine Racks



The allmusic website was created in 1995 as a place for music fans to indulge their passion. Whether you’re visiting allmusic to look up an out-of-print recording, to get our take on a new release, or simply to explore the world of music and see where it may lead, you’ve come to the right spot.

The AMG editorial staff, along with hundreds of expert contributors (all music fanatics in their own right), has made allmusic the most comprehensive music reference source on the planet. We are all dedicated to creating and maintaining the knowledgeable, spirited content that music lovers and industry professionals have come to expect from AMG.

All genres and styles of music are covered here, ranging from the most commercially popular to the most obscure. We critique albums and artists within the context of their own genres - from opera to garage rock to traditional country. This ensures that fans of any style of music can depend on us to keep them up-to-date with their favorite artists as well as introduce them to new sounds.

Wednesday, May 10, 2006


Pandora - Find New Music, Listen to Custom Internet Radio Stations

Can you help me discover more music that I'll like?

Those questions often evolved into great conversations. Each friend told us their favorite artists and songs, explored the music we suggested, gave us feedback, and we in turn made new suggestions. Everybody started joking that we were now their personal DJs.

We created Pandora so that we can have that same kind of conversation with you.


43 Folders

43 Folders is an independent web site by Merlin Mann.
Topics that come up a lot include:
productivity and time management tips
“life hacks” to improve efficiency and get things off your mind
interesting Mac OS X programs and technologies
ideas about modest ways to improve your life and reduce stress
cool or helpful shortcuts that make life a bit easier



5ives is a collection of lists of five things.

It is written by a person called Merlin Mann–a stony recluse who probably lives in a tree somewhere in Northern California. Little is know about Merlin apart from what can be gleaned by the caregivers who collect his waste and deliver fresh boxes of Kleenex™ for him to wear on his feet.

Merlin is believed to have been born in the 20th century of a virtuous woman with roots in a large midwestern city. Sparse photographic evidence suggests Merlin may have a vestigial tail and enjoy a taste for roulette and sand art. Merlin is “white” in color.

All we can be sure of is that there appears to be no forseeable end in sight for these pointless, narcissistic lists of his. Which is clearly a mixed blessing for everyone.

Tuesday, May 09, 2006


Property Grunt


Bridge and Tunnel Club Blog


Inman News - Real Estate News and Advice


The Boy in the Big Housing Bubble


Steve Vaught walks across America to lose weight and regain his life


The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW): Widgets page


TV Squad

Monday, May 08, 2006



Sunday, May 07, 2006



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