Dave points to a major site launch last night. Welcome Yahoo! to the world of podcasting. podcasts.yahoo.com is launched as another directory of podcast content available to search and listen. They also offer a very user friendly start section for folks who want to learn more about what podcasting is all about, as well […]
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The Presurfer in his usual fashion is always coming across interesting things. Today I read about The Inquisitor, an instant search application that will retrieve web results and present alternative suggestions as-you-type in the search bar. Just in case Google isn’t fast enough for you, the developer David Watanbe states:
“Inquisitor is an instant search […]
I hate to say it, but I dropped my Treo 650 after only 4 months of use and have cracked my LCD display, its wiped out. I was taking it out of my case to make a call and it slipped out of my hand, boom done. Now the kicker, when I purchased the Treo […]
More good stuff from the Googleplex. This week Google announced its new search engine for blogs. A nice complement to the searchability of the blogosphere, Google joins Icerocket, Technorati and Blogpulse with exclusive searches on weblogs from every corner of the globe:
“Your results include all blogs, not just those published through Blogger; our blog index […]
This is a nifty little script for folks who want to display specific images from various Flickr feeds. Its definitely an alternative to the regular Flickr badge that most people use. Check out the link here and you can see how it works by clicking on the “Flickr RSS Widget” button on the right hand […]
I came across a really cool post on Wired’s feed this morning. It’s almost a week old, because for some reason Wired is a feed I let “accumluate” content before checking it out. This morning I read about the Plug music festival that took place in San Fransisco last week, a BYO headphone musical event […]
Google isn’t a media company… yet. But I have to admit, I have always said that Google is headed in that direction. It never will look like a media company by todays standards, that I know. However, there is rapid evolution in their model, and sometimes those evolutions get them pretty close to the media […]
I downloaded Google Talk this morning, and yes while the title of my post is a bit sarcastic, there is a bit of truth in it. I am what you can classify as an IM junkie. I use Trillian to manage my AOL IM, Yahoo IM and MSN messenger accounts. I use all three services […]
Thanks to flipthedolphin for helping me install Bunny’s Technorati Tags plugin for Wordpress! Now, I can post relevant tags that can be clicked and searched via Technorati. Thanks again to flip for the assistance, he has been a true friend in helping me navigate through the various features and functionality of the Wordpress platform. This […]
I Made the Cover!
Originally uploaded by trendjunkie.
Just had to have some fun with the new Flickr magazine cover tool It allows you to create a magazine cover using any Flickr photo. I can already see some of the hilarious prank jokes that will be […]