Thursday, July 27, 2006

MacGyver Tip: Ziploc your stuff at airport security - Lifehacker

Real interesting and useful clues on how to make passing Airport security easier. i really need such hints as I alwasy end up with myraid stuff in my pockets when i reach the security - no idea how that happens:)

Wednesday, July 26, 2006

mThorN - Why I Don't Pay For Music

A pretty good reasoning for going in for subscription services. I never do listen to a lot of music - but for those who do this post is worth a read.

I Digg these games

10 seconds: Beautiful - simple and fast - my personal best - 6206

3D Logic: interesting but got tired after level 16

ClickDragType - Really love this one - still playing it = need to figure out the minigames on your own:)

cubefield : reminds me of the gmes of yore - especially when the speed increases and there is the night mode. My first try score was 272710

Update:

Worms So you thought worms was too easy for you ... thought you could just squirm around and have fun ... think again. I could not get past the second level.

digg labs

The site says it best:

"Digg Labs: A broader (and deeper) view of Digg
Digg moves very quickly, and has a great many stories submitted every day, so good material can sometimes fly by before you even know it. These interactive visualizations look beneath the surface of the Digg community's activities. "

I especially like the swarm - it almost seems like news is coming in organically.

A special request to Rahul D and karan to check it out, if they already haven't - that is.

Design Concept: Illume Display Shelf - Gizmodo

I realy like this concept for 3 reasons:
1. It is a beautifully simple concept.
2. Has the potential to be scaled for various purposes.
3. the design student is from my pal's univ.

Nuff said

Turning the web into 'sushi belts'

This link was from Dave's article that i posted earlier. I agree with Dave that it is quite a good explanation.

Let's ask what RSS is?

Dave almost takes on the techies again:)

Seriously - this is a good post cause I am often asked this and find it difficult to explain since I have seen it grow organically and never learned a specific definition for it.

Do pursue the links!

Famous logos as perceived in Web 2.0 land

Really beautiful work. Check it out.

Are Motorola execs hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobic?

Just liked that word:) neat post too.

And what is hippopotomonstrosesquippedaliophobic?

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Me want them pads.

Will surely help during the conf calls and the"other" calls;)

Now that's what I call cranking up the laptop:)



Now that is really cool. A realistic way to get computing to the hinterlands.

Monopoly ditches cash, goes plastic

Now that's called moving with the times.

Device uses waves to “print” on water surface

[via TechMeme]

Monday, July 24, 2006

morepartnerincome.com :: Work/life Balance in the Law Firm

Very interesting article - quite connected to what I do - being in services industry myself:)

Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Star Trek v/s Star Wars

This is one really fun video.
Thanks to MadMan for the link.

Tuesday, July 18, 2006

Picky Google

Absolutely hilarious [pun intended]
To quote Phillip :
"I think if Google would be were a person, it would be incredibly obnoxious"

Web 2.0 What is it and more...

This is a very good article. Follows its links for some clear idea on what Web2.0 is all about.

Monday, July 17, 2006

One hot bike this.

I really like this bike

[via Gizmodo]

Geeking with Greg: Starting Findory: The series

An interesting post - a series I intend to follow. I am also reading his amazon series at: http://glinden.blogspot.com/2006/05/early-amazon-end.html

Dead2.0 » 11 Suggestions For Not Being a Dot-Bomb 2.0

Continuing from the Web2.0 game read the post that pointed me to it. A good realistic(albeit a cynical) look at Web 2.0.

Cerado's Web 2.0 or Star Wars Quiz

You think you kow your Web2.0 companies. Think again!!! - BTW I got 36 asright

Sagags » Cooking Breakfast On A Macbook

Now that's hot mate! I mean, Mac!!!
[via Engadget(http://www.engadget.com/2006/07/17/cooking-an-egg-on-a-macbook/)]

Sunday, July 16, 2006

Friday, July 14, 2006

Fantasy EPL: Cultural Sensitivity

Fantasy EPL: Cultural Sensitivity

This is one really really funny take on the Zidane incident. A post worth visiting. Check it out.

{thanks to Nikhil from $group for the link.}

Monday, July 10, 2006

Some soft techie posts

First off I really like this definition from Guy Kawaski's Blog
Blogger. n. Someone with nothing to say writing for someone with nothing to do.
He goes on to teach us about the The Art of the Layoff


Next up are the Ten Insane Ideas for Microsoft by jledgard

Another interesting post was this old one titled The Corporate Weblog Manifesto. I really like this one.

Finally Anil Dash speaks about Making Something Meaningful

NJoy.

Thursday, July 06, 2006

Local Maximas are never a good idea - especially in urban planning

All of us know that Flyovers in Bangalore are a joke. For a more detailed example hop over to the MadMan's domain.

Turnips - a faux pas!?!

Check out Raoul's post for more. Personally I prefer eating potatoes:)