Saturday, December 02, 2006


Jeremy Dean | PsyBlog | Psychology Blog

One thing that hasn't changed much over the last couple of years is the wide variety of topics PsyBlog has covered. Despite my recent obsession with unity in psychology, it seems likely the variety will continue. I like to post about things I'm interested in, and, naturally, I'm interested in a lot of things.


World of Psychology

Dr. John Grohol's Psych Central began as a concept in the fall of 1994, after the World Wide Web looked as though it were here to stay. Launched in January 1995 as Psych Central: John Grohol's Mental Health Page, it was an instant hit from the beginning with its directory of online mental health resources and the first symptom lists for mental disorders published online. Within the first 3 months, it received Point's prestigious Top 5% of the Web award, as well as a fair amount of media attention in the ensuing years. Consistently rated as one of the Top 5 mental health resources online, it is updated more often and more reliably than most others online today.


Cognitive Daily

Cognitive Daily reports nearly every day on fascinating peer-reviewed developments in cognition from the most respected scientists in the field.


Marginal Revolution

Marginal Revolution
Small steps toward a much better world.


The New York Observer's MondoWeiss


Seth’s blog

Seth Roberts, Ph.D., is an associate professor of psychology at the University of California at Berkeley.

He serves on the editorial board of the scientific journal Nutrition and has published dozens of scientific articles on many topics, including health, nutrition, and weight control.


Psychology and More

This is the weblog of Dana C. Leighton, Instructor of Psychology at Portland Community College in Oregon, USA. I have created this space as a way to help communicate the interesting things I learn about psychology with my classes (and the rest of the Internet, for whatever that’s worth).


A Psychology WebRing


The Thinking Meat Project

The Thinking Meat Project covers some of the questions and possibilities and difficulties that arise out of the fact that we are thinking animals or, to put it another way, conscious matter. We’re meat in the sense that we’re subject to all of the infections and injuries and wear and tear that flesh and blood can suffer, and at the same time we’re conscious loving social beings with feelings and vivid imaginations, who want to be here and know that we must leave someday, who grow attached to others just as vulnerable. How this came to be, what it means, how it feels, how our minds work… this is the stuff of Thinking Meat.


OuthouseRag - Recent videos


Pajamas Media: Global politics


Channel Chooser: Watch online news, entertainment, music and sports TV-channels for free.


makeuseof: Cool Websites, Software and Internet Tips

Amateur - Lasse Gjertsen


Peekvid: Watch Videos Online


Blogging Stocks


Politics Central


Comedy Central: Home


Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

Megite is the social news aggregrator for anyone interested in what's happening right now by intelligently uncovering the most relevant items from auto discovered news sites and weblogs


Videos On9now -


The Bush Diaries

A daily, somewhat irreverent and highly personal "conversation" with President George W. Bush about national and international news; but also about issues of broad cultural interest. Can we rely on our Congressmen and Senators, whether Republican or Democrat, to transcend loyalty to political parties and return to voting their conscience?


Crooks and Liars


Unclaimed Territory - by Glenn Greenwald


Crazy Idea - Saudi Arabia Highway Road Skating @

This is in Saudi Arabia
Riyadh city in the main highway road


Democratic Underground - Discussion Forums


Democratic Underground


Not Larry Sabato

Master of Headspin

Our goal is to help make RSS feeds more useful by allowing you to mix, filter and share. RSS feeds were created in order to put the power back our hands; it allows us to sit back and let the content come to us -- but there's a catch, the publishers decide what they send. And after all, we don't subscribe to these feeds because we like XML, we want the content. How can you filter down the feeds to exactly what you are looking for? How can you even find feeds that are of interest to you? That's where FeedBite comes in.

With FeedBite you can combine as many feeds as you want into groups called bundles and filter by keywords. You can share the bundles and allow other people of like interest to add new relevant feeds. With this unique model, the FeedBite community will help you create and maintain bundles of content relevant to the topic you are looking to follow.

If you're not satified with other people's content, make your own! FeedBite will host your own custom news blog, and using the 'feed me' links you can easily add articles to your feed with 1-click. You can even share your custom feed by allowing others to edit your posts, we call it a feed wiki.

FeedBite also makes it easy to find interesting content by accepting props (votes) and promoting the most popular articles. This feature is intended to be a different way to find bundles that are of interest to you.


Free Republic | latest articles


News Busters

Welcome to NewsBusters, a project of the Media Research Center, the leader in documenting, exposing and neutralizing liberal media bias.


Velvel on National Affairs





Bush Watch Home


Bush Watch - Huffington Post feed


onegoodmove: I thought these things might be clues.


Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection - The best photographs in the world have yet to be taken

Thomas Hawk is a photographer and digital media enthusiast in the San Francisco Bay Area writing under the pen name Thomas Hawk. Professionally Thomas Hawk is an investment advisor in a non technology related field and uses his pen name to separate his investment career and identity from his thoughts and opinions on new media and technology, both fields which neither he nor his firm advise or offer services for professionally. Additionally, Thomas Hawk is Evangelist and CEO for the photo sharing Site Zooomr. Thomas Hawk's Digital Connection covers all things having to do with the new digital revolution -- including Microsoft, TiVo, digital photography, photo sharing, image search, digital rights, and other topics regarding the power of personal technology.


Tailrank - Top News for Today




National Review Online



DailyCandy, a free daily e-mail newsletter and website, is the ultimate insider’s guide to what’s hot, new, and undiscovered — from fashion and style to gadgets and travel. As useful as it is entertaining, it’s like getting an e-mail from your clever, unpredictable, and totally in-the-know best friend. The one who knows about secret beauty treatments, must-have jeans, hot new restaurants — and always shares the scoop.

DailyCandy publishes twelve daily editions, which are all delivered through e-mail: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Boston, Dallas, London, Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Philadelphia, and Miami are devoted to those cities; Everywhere is national (style knows no boundaries). There are also three weekly editions. Kids (for busy and hip parents) is published on Thursday; DailyCandy Travel is published on Wednesday; DailyCandy Deals (which features special sales and promotions) comes out on Tuesday.


Blogs of Note


Interesting and noteworthy Blogger-powered blogs, compiled by the Blogger Team.


Eat The Press | The Huffington Post


The Huffington Post


Baby hedgehogs


Vox is a free personal blogging service for sharing your experiences with friends and family

Vox is free and fun!

Design it in a flash
Food, pets, cityscapes, sports — choose from 150 designs with a single click.
Make it rich
Share video and audio or import media from YouTube, Flickr, Photobucket, Amazon, etc.
Share photos
Add your photos to Vox to safely share them with friends and family.
Keep in touch with your world
Don’t miss a single update — easily follow what your friends and family are saying on Vox
Control your privacy
Control who sees your stuff — share with your friends and family only, or with the world.


Federated Media Publishing Inc.

At FM, we believe great voices attract great audiences. We're in the
business of supporting those voices by connecting them to great
marketers, as well as providing a suite of services that lets authors
focus on what they do best: making compelling media. In doing so,
we're creating federations of respected voices that prosper on their
own terms. Learn more »


Joga Bonito - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Joga Bonito (which means 'play beautiful' in Portuguese) is a football-oriented social network service created by Nike and Google, based upon Google's orkut. Joga TV commercial advertisements are shown on the website, the website, and the default Google Personalized Homepage as well as appearing on television. Éric Cantona appears as the lead spokesman for the Joga Bonito organization. Joga TV is portrayed as an underground broadcast channel that taps into other television stations' live feeds, filmed "live from the heart of Germany"[1]. The Joga Bonito movement portrays itself as dedicated to eliminating unfair and unsportsmanlike play from football, promoting fair and creative play as well as honesty and team spirit, and showing the true and beautiful side of football by having a motto of "play from the heart".


Valleywag, Silicon Valley's Tech Gossip Rag


OpenID Site Directory

OpenID Site Directory

Below is a list of sites that are OpenID enabled. You may use your OpenID to access the features of any of these sites and software. Check back often, as this list is growing quickly.
Social bookmarking.
A wiki compiler and publication tool that supports OpenID.
Technorati is the recognized authority on what's going on in the world of weblogs. We help people search for, surface, and organize bloggers and their daily posts. You can claim your blog on technorati using OpenID. is a collection of styles that puts you in control of the appearance of websites and of Mozilla applications.
I want my OpenID!
Launching grassroots marketing efforts focused on increasing adoption and raising awareness of OpenID to help lay the ground work for an Internet wide digital identity solution.
Stuffopolis is all about sharing stuff with your friends in a private and secure manner. You can use OpenID at Stuffopolis to comment on reviews.
DeadJournal is a journal site (much like LiveJournal), but as you will quickly see, not all journals are apple pie and fruitcakes. Here is where you find the journals that nobody else wants to see, or even host.
A site for food-lovers
Ever made a mistake? Post it or read others here.
Nerd Bank
A meetup and discussion site for those seeking technical help
People Aggregator
A social networking website.
An identity-centric reputation and social networking site.
A computing tips site that only accepts OpenID logins.
OpenID Enabled
A resource website for OpenID software development.
claimID lets you track, verify, classify, annotate, prioritize and share the information that is about you online.
Travel guides in 12 languages created by and for travellers from around the globe. Login to share your travel info, listings, and photos.
Zooomr photo sharing
Log in to Zooomr, a Photo Sharing Website available in more than 5 languages and always growing.
Movable Type Weblogs
Weblogs using Moveable Type 3.2 allow OpenID comments.
Free wikis. Create your own private or public wiki, or collaborate on an existing wiki.
Free blogging community. Leave comments and aggregate friend's entries using your OpenID.


Zooomr :: Experience the World Through Photos

What is Zooomr?

Zooomr is a photo sharing application focused on helping you explore photos from the inside out no matter what language you speak.

With Zooomr, photos are no longer just photos -- they are emotions, ideas, and stories meant to be shared and explored. Zooomr helps you share them with the world. Here's how:

So, in a few words, Zooomr is a socially aware application that not only speaks your language, but also also helps you get your photos to the world at large. (Did I mention that basic accounts are free?!)


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Friday, December 01, 2006


Criticwatch 2006

2006 Top Rankings 

61 - Pete Hammond 
57 - Peter Travers 
45 - Jeffrey Lyons 
40 - Claudia Puig & Roger Ebert 
39 - Stephen Holden 
33 - A.O. Scott 
30 - Manohla Dargis 
28 - Lou Lumenick & Thelma Adams 

27 - Ain’t It Cool Knowles, Shawn Edwards & Leah Rozen 
26 - Rex Reed 
25 - Owen Gleiberman 
24 - Joel Siegel 
23 - Gene Shalit & Karen Durbin 
22 - Joe Morgenstern 
21 - Lisa Schwarzbaum 

20 - Richard Roeper & David Ansen 
19 - Kenneth Turan 
18 - Paul Fischer 
17 - Christy Lemire & David Edelstein 
16 - Larry King 
15 - Jim Ferguson, Mick LaSalle & Dennis Dermody 
14 - Marshall Fine 

13 - Jess Cagle, Film Threat, Richard Corliss, Maria Salas & Earl Dittman 
12 - Michael Wilmington, Leonard Maltin, Stephen Farber & Carina Chocano 
11 - Glenn Kenny, John Anderson, Scott Mantz & Bill Zwecker 

10 - Mark S. Allen 
9 - In Touch Magazine, David Fear, Jim Svejda & Janet Stokes/Film Advisory Board 
8 - Kyle Smith & Bill Bregoli 
7 - Clay Smith, Logan Hill & Tony Toscano 

6 - Kevin Crust, Bill Diehl, Mose Persico, Lisa Stanley, Neil Rosen, Rob Nelson & Dan Jewel 
5 - David Germain & Steve Oldfield 
4 - Greg Russell, Kevin Thomas, Nathan Lee,, Ben Lyons & Roger Friedman

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