Friday, October 09, 2009
://URLFAN - How popular is your website in the Web 2.0 world?
Thursday, October 08, 2009
Richard Thompson - Beeswing
Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Hollywood, a fashion editor friend in town from NY said, "You know
what you are? A foodinista." I think we were discussing Louboutins
and guanciale at the time. But whatever it was, the name made sense.
And it stuck. Because after five years of producing fashion spreads
at a major magazine, I had done something that left my fashionable
colleagues scratching their $400 haircuts. I took a job at a food
friends: an outrageous video that's about to go viral, an obscure
subculture breaking into the mainstream, a juicy bit of gossip that
everyone at the office will be talking about tomorrow, or an ordinary
guy having his glorious 15-minutes of fame. And when you read
BuzzFeed, you'll always know the movies, music, and products that are
on the rise and worth your time.
Ella ja Aleksi - Yöjuna Rovaniemelle
Nancy Rommelmann blog
York Times Magazine, the LA Weekly, the Los Angeles Times, Reason,
and other publications. Her work often explores the story behind the
story: LAPD officers and the refuge that is the cop bar; the
inhabitants of a Skid Row dive; the disciples of a Vietnamese
spiritual leader; the workaday lives of a Mexican gardening crew in
the Hollywood Hills, and a cross-country trip with one of John Wayne
Gacy's pen pals, to interview the serial killer two weeks before his
Monday, October 05, 2009
2012 - Exclusive Scene
thinkorswim Company Overview
Neowin.net - Computer news
Global Neighbourhoods - Social media blog by Shel Israel
I write, speak and advise on social media. I'm co-author of Naked Conversations--how blogs are changing the way businesses talk with customers, The Conversational Corporation, a DowJones e-book, and Twitterville, how businesses can thrive in Global Neighborhoods [ Portfolio Sept. 3, 2009]. I have contributed editorially to BusinessWeek, FastCompany.TV, and Dow Jones. Ad Age ranks this blog at #78 on the 2009 Power 150 business blogs.
Mercedes Sosa (1935 - 2009) - Gracias a la vida
Sunday, October 04, 2009
banned pepsi commercial
Watch TV Online - Full Episodes of Your Favorite Shows - SideReel
Das Keyboard Professional Model S | Wired.com Product Reviews
People have practically written poetry and love songs to the prince of keyboards, the IBM Model M. Its mechanical, spring-loaded switches gave it legendary durability and a distinct clacking sound that dominated computer labs in the 1980s and early 1990s.
Although IBM and Lexmark have long since abandoned the Model M, Das has done them one better, creating an updated version of the classic, complete with modern flourishes. This keyboard, called the Professional Model S, is much like the Model M, with mechanical switches and gold-plated contacts. The switches are rated for 50 million keystrokes, and are just as clackity-clacktastic when pressed. Typing is actually fun on a Das, not a mushy chore like it is on the typical "slimline" keyboard.
When you push a key on the Das Keyboard, just as with a Model M, you know the stroke has registered. By comparison, with today's pathetic keyboards, with their flimsy rubber domes beneath the pads, there's no telling whether any single keystroke has been a success.
Set up for the current era, the Das Keyboard Professional Model S offers a much smaller footprint than the Model M, an extremely long USB cable, and an integrated two-port USB hub. Gamers will also appreciate that the Das Keyboard Professional can recognize up to 6 simultaneous key presses. Hands down, it's the best keyboard on the market today.