Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Women In Art
Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Lazaworx - Graphic design, Web gallery, Utilities
maker — JAlbum — and graphic/web-design utilities.
JAlbum - the free web photo album software and photo gallery software
- Free JAlbum download
- Personalize your albums
- Publish your album on any site
- Share it with your friends
cbs5.com - Peruvian Bullfight Descends Into Chaos
ClipSyndicate :: Putting Video to Work
Insanely addictive. | POPSUGAR - Celebrity Gossip & News.
lies well disguised - Gawker
9 to 5 Mac | Mac All Day
GelaSkins | 17" MacBook Pro & PowerBook
laptop computer. Advanced 3M adhesive makes them cleanly removable when
you want to switch up for another design.
Fimoculous.com: Feeding On Itself
Dlisted | Be Very Afraid
We live in a strange time.
We're fatter than ever - yet popular media is saturated with skinny. Nutritional advice changes every year leaving us bewildered and confused.
How did it get to be so complicated?
Diet Blog is all about filtering the best of diet news and advice - and combining it with real-world application and opinion. The whole spectrum is covered - everything from body image to fast food.
Five Steps to a Kinkless Desktop | Kinkless
prettify and streamline the usage of your computer's desktop.
- 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
Box Office Mojo
Yahoo! Movies: In Theaters This Weekend
Hollywood Bitchslap! Movie Reviews - Warn the world about crappy over-hyped films!
Lulu TV » Man vs. Child spoof
two year old to teach you how to survive.
This is our spoof of The Discovery Channel's show, Man vs. Wild. This
was originally done for their You Spoof Discovery contest.
Man vs. Wild - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Man Vs Wild
Man vs. Wild: Discovery Channel
Monday, June 04, 2007
The Secret Diary of Steve Jobs
The Stalwart: Misc.
Joseph Weisenthal, is a former equity analyst, now working as a writer. His work can be found at Techdirt, Dealbreaker, as well as here at The 'Wart. He is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin ('02)
Besides being interested in economics and markets, Mr. Weisenthal is an avid songwriter, composer, and occasional playwright, having co-produced three original theatrical works.
Also contributing is Stalwart co-creator Vincent Fernando, who is currently working for an investment bank in Asia.
The Stalwart was created to satisfy what we, as finance professionals, wanted to see in a blog--intelligent discussions of stocks, finance, business, economics as well as links to interesting articles and information outside of the traditional financial press. The Stalwart is not intended to provide tips, picks, or advice, all of which can be found, in overabundance, elsewhere.
A Welsh View: Cars
GrandCentral: The New Way to Use Your Phones
GrandCentral doesn't replace your phones; we just link them together and help them do more. How do we do that? We give people One Number...for LifeTM - a number that's not tied to a phone or a location - but tied to you.
With GrandCentral, you can be reached with a single number, answer a call at any phone you want, seamlessly switch phones in the middle of a call, and even know whether a call is important before you take it.
- Check your messages by phone, email, or online
- Keep all your messages online for eternity
- Record and store your phone calls (just like voicemail)
- Quickly (and secretly) block an annoying caller
- Click-to-dial from your address book
- Surprise your callers with a custom voicemail greeting
- Turn your Mp3s into the ring tones your callers hear
- Forward, download, and add notes to your messages
You Decide 2008 - FOXNews.com
Search Engine Land: News About Search Engines & Search Marketing
Sunday, June 03, 2007
Ingrid Katz and Alexi Wright, medical interns - Slate Magazine
Tales from the Emergency Room and Beyond...
cheddarvision.tv » Live Cheddar Cheese direct from the Westcountry »
A large block of English cheese has become an unlikely star of the Internet. As of yesterday, 1.38 million people had visited http://www.cheddarvision.tv to watch a 20-kilogram round of traditional cheddar slowly age online. That's slowly as in very, very slowly. Indeed.
The round of Westcombe cheddar from the West Country Farmhouse Cheesemakers co-operative has caught the public attention and attracted viewers from more than 100 countries during the 160 days since it was first put in front of a webcam last December.
Dom Lane, a spokesman for the co-operative, told Double Take that the cheese makers wanted to highlight the difference between a genuine hand-made farm cheddar and a cheese made in a large, commercial creamery. "So we stuck a webcam in front of a cheese." That way, people could watch it age.
Did anybody think they were nuts? "Yes. But I think the great thing was everyone saw the humorous side of it and got the message. I think the simplicity was its appeal, but we didn't expect it to attract the attention it has."
Meanwhile, for thrill-seekers who prefer more heart-pounding action in their cheese viewing, there's a link to a time-lapse video on YouTube that shows the cheddar aging three months in a mere minute, from young and smooth to older and mouldy.
Mr. Lane said the co-operative had received lots of e-mails from people asking what the cheese looked like when it was first made. "So we created this time-lapse film and decided that great place to put it was on YouTube."
So far, it has had more than 285,000 viewings there, which is not bad, Mr. Lane said, "considering a late-night political program on BBC-2 television probably wouldn't get that many viewers."
And if you really get caught up in this cheese thing, you can subscribe to the cheese's very own fan club. When asked what benefits club members received, Mr. Lane said: "We didn't know at the beginning and we're not even sure now. But you do get bulletins and we ran a competition recently to name the cheese, so we'll let everybody know what name we choose as the winner. And at the end of the year we're going to run some competitions for people to win a slice of it."
The cheese should be fully mature in December, a year after it was made, and slices will be auctioned off for charity.http://www.cheddarvision.tv/
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