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  1. Delicious Library – osx software for download –

    Get your Mac, a webcam, and Delicious Library and rediscover your home library. Just point any FireWire digital video camera, like an Apple iSightâ„¢, at the barcode on the back of any book, movie, music, or video game. Delicious Library does the rest.

  2. How one CEO Facebooked his company –

    When Jeremy Burton arrived as CEO at private-equity-owned Serena Software last year, he discovered some underplayed non-mainframe products as well as new technologies in R&D that could be killer in a mashup Web 2.0 world. So he instituted Facebook Friday

  3. How It Works: Tomorrow’s Hybrid – Popular Science –

    The ReCharge, Volvo’s concept plug-in hybrid, could squeeze 160 miles from a gallon of gas by tossing out the power-wasting transmission. It packs a small electric motor inside each wheel, so that no power is lost in the drivetrain.

  4. World’s First Super Conductor Electric Powered Car From Japan –

    Japanese manufacturer Sumitomo Electric has created an electric car that boosts its performance through the use of liquid nitrogen-cooled super-conduction. The result is greater efficiency and range than regular electric vehicles.

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  1. Complete HTML True Color Chart; Table of color codes for html documents –

    The background color in each cell is produced by the color code shown.

  2. Sean’s Portfolio –

    Some great art work by Sean Diediker

  3. Geek Cakes: For Geeky Wedding or Geeky Birthday –

    If you are geek, why would you have a regular cake for your wedding or birthday? if the only reason you don’t have one is because you are running out of ideas, here are some cakes that have geek written all over them.


    “FLARE units, The FLARE system consists of a number of tiltable metal flake bodies supplemented by individually controllable pneumatic cylinders.” Check out the video at the bottom of the page

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  1. Debunking Travel Myths – Business Travel Column – Joe Brancatelli – Seat 2B –

    Business travelers are a secretive, clannish lot, and we take perverse pride in knowing the picayune details of how life works on the road. If there’s an airline rule, we claim to know and maybe even understand it. A strange hotel policy?

  2. Why not fill each minute with joy? –

    A complex array of perforations within the pavilion’s surface allow light to pass through creating shifting patterns, which–during specific times of the year–transform into the legible text of a poem

  3. The Victorian-Era Supercomputer And The Genius Who Created It – Triviagasm –

    The London Science Museum (UK) finally completed work on the Difference Engine No. 2, 120 years after the death of inventor Charles Babbage, currently traveling to the Computer History Museum in San Francisco.

  4. Get mp3 from youtube video, flv to mp3, extract audio from youtube, youtube mp3 with is the most convenient online application for converting YouTube flash video to MP3 audio. This service is fast, free, and requires no signup. All you need is a YouTube URL

  5. Turf Houses in the Norse era –

    The photos on this page were taken at three different turf house reconstructions: at L’Anse aux Meadows in Newfoundland, Canada; at Þjóðveldisbær in Þjórsárdalur, Iceland; and at Eiríksstaðir in Haukadalur, Iceland.

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  1. Boycott Beiling 2008, made in China –

    So sad, and yet so true

  2. Mammatus Cloud –

    The clouds are called Mammatus clouds They do not precede a tornado, or foretell a storm, but are formed when the air is already saturated with rain droplets and/or ice crystals and begins to sink. The worst of the storm is usually over.

  3. Tibet, Land of Lithium –

    Is this to suggest that China’s interest in Tibet is lithium? No, it obviously isn’t. But with China under the world spotlight, it seems a fine time to consider again the backstory of where the stuff we consume in the West comes from — and its true c

  4. How To Find Out Who Sold Your Gmail Address To Spammers – B.E.T.A.

    1. While signing up for any new website enter your Gmail address as 2. Don’t worry, Gmail doesn’t recognize anything after the “+” sign.

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  1. DivX Video Player & DivX Video Codec –

    DivX, Inc. today announced that it has granted DivX® Certification to six new Blu-ray DVD players from Panasonic, Philips, and Denon. They join the Sony PLAYSTATION® 3, which has been capable of DivX® playback since December, 2007

  2. Not the real thing: Mariah Carey is airbrushed into her very own fantasy woman for album cover – DailyMail.Co.Uk

    She looks so flawless, that her usually recognisable features disappear, making her resemble an oil painting. But in reality, although the star looks in great shape, she looks shorter, more muscular, and a lot paler than she looks on the album cover.

  3. 400 people trapped in fear on London Eye after technical hitch – DailyMail.Co.Uk

    The drama unfolded when operators spotted a technical fault with one of the four tyres used to turn the giant wheel at 6pm on Monday. Engineers decided to stop the wheel while it was repaired.

  4. No escape? Stand by for mobiles on flights –

    Ofcom said plans were now in place to allow passengers on UK-registered aircraft to use their own mobiles while in flight in European airspace. Some airlines have offered passengers in-flight telephone services via the airline’s own network.

  5. Extra charges for internet TV on demand users – Telegraph.Co.Uk

    Increasing numbers of computer users are downloading TV shows from the internet, with 2.2 million people using the BBC’s iPlayer service in its first three months. Many internet packages only allow users to download 1GB per month.

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  1. Where does “Blue” end and “Red” begin? – Blog.DoloresLabs.Com

    Each is printed in its color and positioned on a color wheel. Just looking around, there sure seem to be different regions for different names. We also made a color label explorer, so you can search for different terms and see different parts of the space

  2. Facebook To Launch Preferred Application Program – TechCrunch.Com

    Clearly Facebook is a little tired of beating questionable developer tactics away with a stick. So now they will reward developers who play by the rules and build useful, popular applications, with the ‘Preferred Application Program’

  3. Google To Spend $10 Million on Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicle Project –

    As usual, Google is at the forefront of, well, everything. But this one is a little surprising: their philanthropic branch,, is putting $10 million into plug-in electric hybrid research and real-world testing.

  4. Facebook Security Lapse Leaves Private Photos Exposed, Even Paris and Zuck’s – ReadWriteWeb.Com

    The Associated Press reported that its reporters were able to use an undisclosed method to access private photos on Facebook, Update: Some readers here and on Twitter are telling us that it was a simple URL edit, which no longer works.

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  1. Dusting Off the Archive for the Web – New York Times –

    On Thursday, the magazine will introduce the Vault, a free site within that contains all the words Sports Illustrated has ever published and many of the images, along with video and other material, in a searchable database.

  2. Advertisers Shun User-Generated Video –

    Although more money is going to online video advertising, relatively little of that is subsidizing user-generated video. Many advertisers are staying away for fear their ads could appear with clips that have nudity, foul language

  3. LimeWire Music Store, Free and Legal –

    The company’s new online music store has about 500,000 tracks for you to choose from, for legal purchase, separate from the P2P service. $20 per month for 75 songs, $15 for 50 songs, $10 for 25 songs, and a pay-as-you-go option.

  4. World’s Largest 38500-meal Solar Kitchen in India –

    India has the world’s largest solar kitchen. The system has been installed as a collaboration between the Academy for a Better World and Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, with technology from Solare-Brücke, Germany.

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  1. Employers expect more to work from home –

    A survey of more than 1,000 senior executives found 74% expected “virtual teams of employees”, working at a distance from each other, to become the norm by 2018. About 64% thought talented people would become “multi-employed”

  2. Rate-My-Cop: New Website Has Police Furious –

    Police agencies from coast to coast are furious with a new website on the internet. has the names of thousands of officers, and many believe it is putting them in danger, with ratings on more than 130,000 US officers.

  3. In brief: French artist to fill Tate – TheFirst Post.Co.Uk

    Leonard Cohen has announced his first world tour in 15, including eight dates in Britain… REM are to stream their new album Accelerate on Facebook, a first for the social networking site

  4. Kaplinsky and co (Newsreader) plummet in ratings – TheFirst Post.Co.Uk

    A new Ipsos MORI survey on trust in professionals showed that respect for UK television newsreaders has plummeted. Their net trustworthiness is now +34 after years in the 40s and 50s. Ten years ago their rating was +60

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