I just got a Trumba beta account (along w/ 12 million others, I’m sure). Trumba is a new online calendaring service, similar to Yahoo! Calendar and twelve gazillion others. So far, I’m quite pleased. The UI is nice, the basic… Continue Reading
This post by Michelle Levesque about what it’s like to be a network-enabled student in today’s universities made me feel good about “kids today”.
Corante is an interesting collection of blogs. Unfortunately, it renders so slowly in Firefox that I basically can’t stand reading it. I don’t know if it’s Firefox’s problem (IE seems to do ok), but in the meantime it’d be nice… Continue Reading
So Tim, Rael, Marc and Nat are trying a new experiment, the O’Reilly Radar. Could be interesting!
worldgoogle Originally uploaded by David Ascher. It’ll be interesting to see them fill in the blue space…
Yesterday night, I note that Google maps is still US-centric (with a tiny bit of Canada thrown in). Today, there’s maps.google.co.uk. Nice turnaround time.
So as a beta customer, I just got my flickr account duration doubled (i’d paid for 2 years so I’m good until Dec 31, 2008!), upload capacity doubled (2G/month), and I have two free accounts to hand out. Nice. I’m… Continue Reading