Saturday, February 05, 2011


Wonder How To » How To Videos & How-To Articles



FFFFOUND! is a web service that not only allows the users to post and share their favorite images found on the web, but also dynamically recommends each user's tastes and interests for an inspirational image-bookmarking experience!!


Scobleizer — Searching for world-changing technology


picplz - mobile photo sharing for iPhone and Android

Share your mobile photos in style.

Turn average into amazing with free photo effects and more. – Independent Film Channel – News, Interviews, Schedule & Shows


Ifc | The Onion - America's Finest News Source | Onion News Network

Friday, February 04, 2011


Capital New York

Capital is an online publication about how things work in New York.

We'll be covering important people and institutions in politics, media, culture and business, with the aim of sustaining a conversation with a knowing audience about things they don't already know.

The premise of Capital is that it is possible for a news website to do well by being good. Our ability to succeed will depend on attracting and conversing with an extraordinary community of users, and on whether that community likes what we're doing.


MSNBC Photoblog


10 Minute Mail

By clicking on the link below, you will be given a temporary e-mail address. Any e-mails sent to that address will show up automatically on the web page. You can read them, click on links, and even reply to them. The e-mail address will expire after 10 minutes.

Why would you use this? Maybe you want to sign up for a site which requires that you provide an e-mail address to send a validation e-mail to. And maybe you don't want to give up your real e-mail address and end up on a bunch of spam lists. This is nice and disposable. And it's free. Enjoy!

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Thursday, February 03, 2011 - Search Google, Twitter, etc. super fast!

Aggregation of results from Google, Twitter, Wikipedia, WolframAlpha, Flickr, and other sources.

Wednesday, February 02, 2011


American Idol, X Factor, The Voice, So You Think You Can Dance, America's Got Talent, Dancing with the Stars on


Recapping Televisions Hottest Shows by Monkeys as Critics -


On My Mind...

Mostly a collection of links, photos, videos, and more, covering politics, current event, technology, and funny videos, its whats on my mind...

Monday, January 31, 2011


David Bordwell: Observations on film art

Jacques Ledoux Professor of Film Studies, Department of Communication Arts, University of Wisconsin–Madison


silverorange stuff - product reviews

The silverorange stuff website is a collection of product reviews by the people of silverorange.

Our reviews will consist mostly of things we research, bought, and have used ourselves. Remember, the more stuff you own, the less happy you will be — be sure of what you want, and own good stuff!


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Breaking News - The Lede Blog -


The Cutline | Making sense of the media and its influence - Yahoo! News

Sunday, January 30, 2011


John Chow best known for showing the income power of blogging by taking my blog from zero to over $40000 per month in two years

John Chow, a damn fine person, friend of the community, Ultimate Fighting Championship contestant, member of the Save the Whales Foundation, the man who controls the black market on baby seal pelts and member of the "probably yo' daddy" foundation.

Master of The TechZone and TTZ Media Network. Creator of some of the fastest computers the world have ever seen.

Consider yourself blessed to be reading his blog.


Close Read : The New Yorker


The Longest Way Home | a guy traveling the world in search of home

This is the travel journal about a 33 year old guy who packed up and sold everything to go traveling around the world in hope of finding a place called home.

Simple words for a complex task. One that many people around the world are also trying to achieve. For me travel is the best way to accomplish my hopes.

Find out more through my travel blogabout page & travel photographyas I travel around the world on my search.

  • Appreciating humanity in spite of its faults
  • Taking responsibility for the quality of your experience in life
  • Learning what humans are not so good at, and getting better at those things
  • Self-examination and self-improvement


Brain Pickings

Brain Pickings is the brain child of Maria Popova, a cultural curator and curious mind at large. She gets occasional help from a handful oftalented guest writers and regular contributors.

Brain Pickings is about curating interestingness — picking culture's collective brain for tidbits of stuff that inspires, revolutionizes, or simply makes us think. It's about innovation and authenticity and all those other things that have become fluff phrases but don't have to be.

Mostly, Brain Pickings is about ideas — revolutionary new ideas that no one has seen or thought of before, and old ideas that most have seen, but no one has thought of in this way before.

Because creativity, after all, is simply our ability to tap into the mental pool of ideas we've accumulated over the years just by being present and alive and awake to the world, and to combine them in extraordinary new ways.

A writer's approach to helping bail water out of a sinking ship.


The Browser | Writing Worth Reading


Revision3 > Internet Tewlevision

Revision3 is the leading television network for the internet generation. We create and produce all-original episodic community driven programs watched by a super-committed and passionate fan base. Our hyper-connected audience gets the vast majority of its entertainment, information and social connections through the internet.


Longreads: The best long-form stories on the web

Longreads are changing the way people read online.

They're stories that are best enjoyed away from your desk — whether it's on a daily commute, an airplane, a subway, or your couch. It's in-depth stories, perfect for the iPad, iPhone or Kindle, and apps like Instapaper, Flipboard, Readability and Read It Later. 

Longreads posts links to new stories every day — they include long-form journalism, magazine stories from your favorite publications (The New Yorker,EsquireThe Atlantic), short stories, interview transcripts, and even historical documents. (For the record: Longreads are typically more than 1,500 words.)


The 21 Greatest PC Mysteries--Solved! - PCWorld

Find out why your documents won't print, where your downloads disappear to, what a .dat file is, how those infernal toolbars invaded your browser, and much more.

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