Saturday, May 08, 2010

 

Snook.ca: Tips, Tricks and Bookmarks on Web Development.


http://snook.ca/


 

SMITH Magazine: Creators of Six-Word Memoirs

SMITH is the home of Six-Word Memoirs and a vibrant community of storytellers. Explore story projects, write your story & share it with friends.

http://www.smithmag.net/


 

The Hype Machine

The Hype Machine follows music blog discussions

http://hypem.com/


 

FunPartyTricks.com - Video Bar tricks revealed


http://www.funpartytricks.com/


 

Useful Tools


Useful Tools is a web magazine for people who love web tools and apps. There are new and exciting applications being developed all the time. We sift through the abundance of technologies available to you, and help you find the most useful tools.

http://www.usefultools.com/


 

New style blogs find inspiration in fashionable Moms and Dads back in the day

Most of us wouldn't dare raid our parents' closets today - we already took all the good stuff upon entering the halls of high school where the only duds cooler than those sold at Urban Outfitters were the originals that inspired them. But in this era where many of us strive to look like we stepped out of a '70s Polaroid , we now scour old family albums for fashion ideas. Recognizing that the vinyl three-ring binders collecting dust in the basement may be a better style source than modern fashion glossies, or even street style blogs, a new wave of fashion blogs is paying tribute to Mom and Dad by digging into the vaults for the best looks of their youth.

http://www.trendcentral.com/Webapps/App/SnapShots/Article.aspx?ArticleId=7725


 

Cardboard Gods

Cardboard Gods is the memoir of Josh Wilker, a brilliant writer who has marked the stages of his life through the baseball cards he collected as a child. It also captures the experience of growing up obsessed with baseball cards and explores what it means to be a fan of the game. Along the way, as we get to know Josh, his family, and his friends, we also get Josh's classic observations about the central artifacts from his life: the baseball cards themselves. Josh writes about an imagined correspondence with his favorite player, Carl Yastrzemski; he uses the magical bubble-blowing powers of journeyman Kurt Bevacqua to shed light on the weakening of the powerful childhood bond with his older brother; he considers the doomed utopian back-to-the-land dreams of his hippie parents against the backdrop of inimitable 1970s baseball figures such as "Designated Pinch Runner" Herb Washington and Mark "The Bird" Fidrych. Cardboard Gods is more than just the story of a man who can't let go of his past, it's proof that — to paraphrase Jim Bouton — as children we grow up holding baseball cards but in the end we realize that it's really the other way around.

http://cardboardgods.net/

http://cardboardgods.net/cardboard-gods-the-book/


Thursday, May 06, 2010

 

ipad - Gizmodo


http://gizmodo.com/tag/ipad


 

Geek Humor and Entertainment Blog - TV, Movies, Comics, Toys, Cakes, Tattoos - Great White Snark

http://www.greatwhitesnark.com/

 

A List Apart

A List Apart Magazine explores the design, development, and meaning of web content, with a special focus on web standards and best practices.

http://www.alistapart.com/


Wednesday, May 05, 2010

 

PostPolitics: Washington Post Politics Page, Political News


http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/sectionfronts/politics/index.html


 

Popten

1. Popten launched August 20, 2008…

2. …if you can really call it a launch- it started as an online home for ten creative folk obsessed with quantifying pop culture.

3. A few months later we told our friends about it.

4. It's grown steadily since, both in bloggers and audience.  (We get an average of 20-30K monthly uniques these days.)

5. Our blogging posse consists of four writers, three film directors, one game designer, a politician, a poet, an artist, a designer, and a robotics major.

6. Popten has been cited in the Chicago Tribune, USA Today and The Onion, among others.

7. We've been honored with guest bloggers from the LA Times, NY Times and Hollywood Reporter.

8. One of our bloggers doesn't exist.

9. Almost all of us live in NYC, which is why we can get Manhattancentric.

10. We hate when people say that they have a lot of exciting plans in the near future, but we have a lot of exciting plans in the near future.

http://www.popten.net/


 

The Map Scroll

A BLOG ABOUT MAPS AND THE WORLD

http://mapscroll.blogspot.com/


 

The Brizzly Guide

Welcome to the Brizzly Guide. The Guide explains today's hot topics (with a little help from you). Right now, people are talking about...

http://brizzly.com/guide


 

Cheetos Channel - YouTube


http://www.chestersfeed.com/view/video/cheetos-channel/

http://www.cheetos.com/

 

NewsOnFeeds.com - online news aggregator and search engine


http://newsonfeeds.com/


Tuesday, May 04, 2010

 

goby.com

Goby is a search engine focused on exploring fun things to do with your free time, from taking a unique vacation to creating this weekend's adventure.

http://www.goby.com/



 

FAIL Blog: Epic Fail Pictures and Videos of Owned, Pwnd and Fail Moments


http://failblog.org/


 

Logo Design, Web Design, Design Contests | 99designs.com

99designs is the #1 marketplace for crowdsourced graphic design. We connect 67,305 passionate designers from around the globe with small businesses who need design projects completed. And, we do it in a timely fashion without the usual risk or cost associated with professional design.

http://99designs.com/


 

This is travel, not tourism - I Wanna Go There

As an independent traveller I prefer not to use travel agencies or follow set itineraries. I like exploring new places my own way.

Last year, planning my trip to India I started researching the internet to find interesting places, accommodations, etc. I was overloaded with huge amounts of badly organized information and was lost with many non-descript sources. I ended up resorting to the good old paper travel guide.

But the best advice I got was actually on the road meeting other travelers, checking their photos, scribbling tips on napkins and the back of my hand...

That's how iwannagothere.com was born - to be a site where independent travelers can share up-to-date information and recommendations with other independent travelers – organized in a practical way to help us plan our trips and discover new destinations.

http://iwannagothere.com/


 

StockMapper

StockMapper is a collection of stock heat maps, rendering individual percent changes in market value for various stock groups, providing a "at a glance" view of the market.

http://www.stockmapper.com/


 

Broken Secrets

This site is all about things you probably don't know but might find entertaining or useful. Generally, the "secrets" are not things you shouldn't know; more likely, they're just interesting things you don't know yet.

http://brokensecrets.com/


 

Webby Nominees & Winners


http://www.webbyawards.com/webbys/current.php


Monday, May 03, 2010

 

Skitch.com + Skitch = fast and fun screen capture and image sharing.

Skitch.com is a webservice that works hand in hand with our application Skitch to give you 1-click
uploading of images for fast and fun image sharing.

http://skitch.com/


Sunday, May 02, 2010

 

Gulf of Mexico-Transocean Drilling Incident


http://www.deepwaterhorizonresponse.com/go/site/2931/


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