TK over at Silly Thing, received one of these Air Max 360 inspired USB drives from Nike. Probably not something we’ll ever see for sale, but cool nonetheless.
Archive for the 'Blogosphere' Category
Where would we be without standards? To the right, witness what is now being widely considered the standard icon for a feed - as in RSS/atom feed. If the orange icon doesn’t match your blogging color scheme, feel free to visit Feed Icons for various deviations on the color - though we must […]
Google has just taken Google Homepage to the next level. They are now offering up an API which will allow you to create custom modules to display on your personal homepage. Take a look at the API - Developer Guide to get started or check out the directory for some pre-made modules. […]
It’s an age old problem that we have all had to deal with at one time or another - what do you do when you’ve lost, torn, or crumpled your last Monopoly dollar? Well, now there’s an answer, and it won’t cost you any money or a trip to the local game store. […]
There hasn’t been much buzz around this on the blogosphere that we’ve paid attention to, so we were a little surprised to see our Google queries for the past few days stored to the level of detail where Google even showed us which items we searched on and then did not click on any of […]
If you’ve ever wanted to host a large file, but didn’t have the bandwidth to do so, there are a few free web based services that will help you out. After a brief infatuation with Dropload, we’ve moved on to bigger and better - though Dropload still serves it purpose for smaller 1:1 transfers. […]
Let’s hope we don’t see a lot of these heading up websites in the near future - but it’s kind of fun, once. Logogle takes the text you type and creates a Google-like logo. They even give you your own personalized Google front-end. You know you love us. Get rid of […]
This is pretty cool. Kastner has created some code which queries Flickr some text that you input and gets you images of that text as the output. Don’t be shy. Try it out, here.