Posts tagged “links”


MIT’s Media lab is experimenting with a new tool that tracks the links that are posted in online weblogs/diaries. If successful, Blogdex could provide a very valuable resource for the average information seeker as Blogs are flat out where it’s at. via Davenetics

He Asked for a Link

Well. This isn’t a new song. But it’s the first time it’s ever happened, so I’m blogging this guy because he actually asked for some “interlinky lovin’”. So. It’s very nice to see that I might have more than just the one listener / reader.

Random Links

What’s special about cab driver brains? “Once the forms are removed, the computer should be one big block of concrete on the inside. Replace the cover and wipe the PC down with a damp cloth to remove any concrete that may have run out of the case.” “It is interesting to note that … it

Hidden Pocket

Classic khakis on the outside. Hidden pockets on the inside. It’s all in your pants. link via Bob

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A good blog deserves a plug: Brainstorms and Raves


A few days ago I was showing someone my Visor and the woman saw deadman in my contacts and said, “Deadman? you know someone named deadman?” I laughed and said, “Yeah. He’s a cool guy. He’s a friend of mine.” It was a strange moment. And in that instant I thought about how many people

How to Add a Right-Click Blog This! Menu to IE

I’ve written a little tutorial. If you’re in a group / community blog at blogger and can’t access the “Settings” page to give yourself the right-click “Blog This!” menu, here’s how.

Return of Brad

Ahoy! Ahoy! Oh frabjous day! Caloo! Calay! The BradLands is back! <MarthaWash>Everybody dance now!</MarthaWash>


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