If you want to connect your XBOX 360 to your home’s wireless network, you could spend about $85 on an official XBOX 360 Wireless Network Adapter. But that will only get you one network port. I’ve got DirecTV and have been meaning to connect that to the network, too, so I can access the OnDemand… Read more »
Posts Tagged: internet
I love TinyURL! and have been using it for years and years. For the first time today I scrolled down the page a bit, by accident, and saw that you can create a TinyURL! bookmarklet. Trés radical.
Brilliant: Easily Mispronounced Domain Names Go Tahoe!
A map of online communities and related points of interest
Funny: If ancient Rome had the Internet…
Today I attended a panel at SXSW titled “The New Startup Cultures“. It was moderated by (MOD) Lane Becker Director of New Ventures, Adaptive Path. The panelists were: (BB) Ben Brown: Internet Rockstar, Consumating.com (TC) Tony Conrad: CEO/Founder, Sphere (TS) Tony Schneider: Automattic Inc (AW) Anita Wilhelm: Co-Founder, Caterpillar Mobile
I get a lot of spam. A lot. No, really. I get a lot of spam. I am directly or indirectly connected to the whois / registration of dozens and dozens of sites. I get a.lot.of.spam. So. Tonight I happen to notice a piece of spam directed towards a URL that I own that nobody… Read more »
“Google is beginning to have a subtle, but noticeable effect on research. More and more scholarly publications are putting up their issues in PDF format, which Google indexes as though they were traditional Web pages. But almost no one is publishing entire books online in PDF form. So, when you’re doing research online, Google is… Read more »