Saturday, February 24, 2007


Super Size Me


Some college admissions blogs

Johns Hopkins Insider
Admissions_Daniel presents a behind-the-scenes look at the Johns Hopkins Admissions Office


Other than keeping my finger on the MIT pulse and bringing it to you, my job is essentially to make the MIT admissions process as transparent and stress-free as possible. If you have to have a job, this is a pretty good one to have.


Deliverance By The Slice: A Comedy About Life, Love, and The Pursuit of Extra Toppings

Meet Dude, amateur philosopher and pizza delivery professional. Some people think that his devotion to his job is a little over the top(pings).


Librocrats - Designed Intelligent


Welcome to Pottersville - politics/news/gossip


Liberal Values - Defending Liberty and Enlightened Thought

Daily dose of politics


AutoInsane - The new curve in automotive review

Friday, February 23, 2007


Improv Everywhere: We Cause Scenes

Improv Everywhere causes scenes of chaos and joy in public places. Created in August of 2001 by Charlie Todd, Improv Everywhere has executed over 60 missions involving hundreds of undercover agents. The group is based in New York City.


X17 Online- All Britney, All the Time (and more)


Thursday, February 22, 2007


Junk Food Blog

Wednesday, February 21, 2007


ThinkFree Online

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spreadsheets or presentations.

Tuesday, February 20, 2007


Hotline On Call

The Publication of Record on American Politics

Get the wisdom before it's conventional

It's the hottest open secret in Washington. The daily news service no
politico can go a day without. Turning heads, breaking the rules,
shaping the agenda. It brings you the information that sparks the idea
that gets things done.

Catch up on a world of coverage

Combining original, bipartisan reporting with coverage from over 2,500
media sources, /The Hotline/ gives readers what no one else can: a
comprehensive picture of the political landscape, from the president to
your own local mayor.


Pageflakes - Personalized home page

Hello and welcome to Pageflakes! We're glad you're here!

Pageflakes is an easy and fun way to get everything you love on the web right here on your personal homepage. You can arrange the sections you see here - 'flakes' - any way you want. Just drag and drop them anywhere!

Pageflakes users are always creating new flakes and shared pages for you to discover. Click the "Add Flake" button above right to add flakes for news, e-mail, games, events, photos, music, videos, and just about anything else you do on the web. For lots more news, try the "Add Feed" button.


New York Times - First Look

First Look is a showcase for new features and services that we're developing for

The First Look blog gives you the opportunity to talk with our editors and developers - and lets them talk to you.



We've decided to make BlogBridge our RSS reader of choice. We'll be
installing it on all of our student computers over the summer, and
making it available to staff."

This is from Michael Webb's blog
"Thoughts from IT and Media Service, University of Wales, Newport", in
the UK. This is great news indeed!

Why was BlogBridge selected?

"There are loads of free RSS Readers available, so it was a tough
choice, but we went for BlogBridge as it meet all our key critera:

* Friendly user interface
* Ability to access your feeds at home or at work.
* Available for Windows and Mac." (from the same posting



What is Joost™?

Joost™ is a new way of watching TV on the internet, which uses new and
established technologies to provide the best of both the internet and TV
worlds. We're in the process of making it as TV-like as we can, with
programmes, channels and adverts. You can also see some things that we
think will enhance the TV experience: searching for programmes and
channels, for example, as well as social features like chat. There are
many more new features to come!

Monday, February 19, 2007


Dark Roasted Blend: Wildly Hilarious Signs

Wildly Hilarious Signs, Part 3

If these are "the signs of our times", then we are truly doomed

Check out the previous installments in this series:
Attack of the Wacky Signs - part 1
Wacky Signs - part 2




Introducing the book


The Truth About Cars | Reviews

Sunday, February 18, 2007


That Other Blog - The Latest Gossip, Box Office and Entertainment News


Debtors Search for Discipline via Blogs - New York Times

Debtors Search for Discipline via Blogs

Published: February 18, 2007

When a woman who calls herself Tricia discovered last week that she owed $22,302 on her credit cards, she could not wait to spread the news. Tricia, 29, does not talk to her family or friends about her finances, and says she is ashamed of her personal debt.

Yet from the laundry room of her home in northern Michigan, Tricia does something that would have been unthinkable — and impossible — a generation ago: she goes online and posts intimate details of her financial life, including her net worth (now negative $38,691), the balance and finance charges on her credit cards, and the amount of debt she has paid down since starting a blog about her debt last year ($15,312).

Her journal, bloggingawaydebt .com, is one of dozens that have sprung up in recent years taking advantage of Internet anonymity to reveal to strangers fiscal intimacies the authors might not tell their closest friends.


Pajamas Media - Politics, Media, Blogging


BLACKFIVE _Best military blog winnner TVNewser

And now, the news about the news




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