Archive for the 'Interesting Finds' Category

iTunes is #1

Saturday, July 16th, 2005

I was checking out my logs and feed stats this morning and learned that iTunes now represents the biggest client accessing my weblog. I have been noticing the lift over the past few weeks, and it has now surpassed Bloglines as the number one reader / client where people are accessing The Trend Junkie. People […]

Can’t Find It On Google?

Saturday, July 9th, 2005

A quick HANL post from the sphere. There is a new site dedicated to posting about things that you can’t find on the almighty Google. Check out Can’t Find It On Google and share your gripe.

Healthy E-mail Spam?

Sunday, July 3rd, 2005

It has been quite a while since I posted about some of the whacky posts that I find around the net. I have been posting less and less of the craziness as I have been trying to steer away from so much HANL (Heres A Nifty Link) blogging :-) . However, trolling through the reader this […]

Store Wars

Saturday, May 21st, 2005

In celebration of the new Star Wars movie doing ever so well at the box office this weekend, I thought I would share an absolutely hysterical find, with a strong message, courteousy of my cousin. Behold “Grocery Store Wars” brought to you by the Organic Trade Association in conjunction with Free Range Studios.

Check it […]

The Warped World of Connectivity

Tuesday, May 17th, 2005

The world is just getting crazy isnt it? I was reading Iconoculture’s email newsletter today, and found out that state parks are installing wi-fi for its consumers! Sick aren’t we? We take the most natural of environments, the very places we escape to, to get away from it all and find serenity….and we light it […]

Bobs Cube

Sunday, May 15th, 2005

Check out Bob’s Cube, an interactive flash movie that allows you to explore the world “Bob” lives in during the day. Feel free to poke around and check out all of his “stuff.” Interestingly enough, this is a great branding / advertising tool for Hostway. Another good example of a viral marketing program in effect. […]

Personal Cave Anyone?

Monday, May 9th, 2005

I came across this interesting trend while reading Fortune magazine. Maybe I have been out of the loop, but I don’t know anyone with a personal cave, or anyone who wants one :-)

“We also dig personal caves, which are usually about 1,000 square feet. It’s a niche market —people want caves for all sorts of […]

Drum Head

Tuesday, April 5th, 2005

This is a pretty wicked project done by murat n konar. Check out the Drum Head!

per presurfer!

Word News

Sunday, April 3rd, 2005

HANL (heres a nifty link) :-) Behold Word News, an interesting source where the size of each word that is displayed is relevant to the amount of times it is mentioned in relation to an item. The engine pulls from various sources. Check it out.

per the Presurfer


Friday, March 25th, 2005

Check out this guy’s project Overheard In New York. Its a weblog project of various conversations that are observed by the publisher S. Morgan Friedman, who calls himself a “easily amused compulsive people watcher.” After sifting through his weblog, it appears he has many similar projects in the works simultaneously. Overheard in New York offer […]