Archive of del.icio.us links

  1. Delicious Library – osx software for download – iusethis.com

    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 – Money.CNN.com

    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 – popsci.com

    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 – UberReview.com

    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. FontStruct.Fontshop.com – Build, Share, Download Fonts

    Design and share your own font familes

  2. Police To Prosecute Teenager Who Called Scientology A “Cult” – Londonist.com

    This barmy prosecution makes a mockery of Britain’s free speech traditions. After criminalising the use of the word ‘cult’, perhaps the next step is to ban the words ‘war’ and ‘tax’ from peaceful demonstrations?

  3. SnatchVid.com – Download Streaming Videos From Youtube

    Download Videos from popular medis sites. I’m just not sure how it works

  4. Asteroid Impact Calculator – down2earth.eu

    Will you survive an asteroid impact?

  5. Mystery Behind 2008 Beijing Olympic Graphic Solved – MatthewGood.org

    After months of research, the origin of the 2008 Beijing Olympic symbol was finally discovered…

  6. Study reveals secrets of 115-year-old brain – Guardian.co.uk

    A Dutch woman, Henrikje van Andel-Schipper, who appeared mentally sharp up to her death at the age of 115 showed few signs of the diseases commonly associated with declining minds in old age, a study has found. She died from stomach cancer in 2005.

  7. Put It in Writing By RONNI BENNETT for the Wall Street Journal – source:wall_street_journal blogging – Google News

    When I began writing my blog more than four years ago days of searching turned up only a dozen or so bloggers older than 50. Now there are thousands including 108-year-old Olive Riley, who lives in Australia and blogs at Life of Riley allaboutolive.com.au

  8. Bestofpei market opens today on University Avenue – Charlottetown, The Guardian: Local News

    Amber MacArthur from Toronto writes: Wow. I can’t explain how sad I feel to read some of these negative comments, my parents routinely work 7 days a week to make sure that both these stores fully support Island-made products, local artists and producers.

  9. Hey Microsoft, How ’bout We Do That First Deal You Offered?

    Yahoo is wondering exactly why they didn’t take that Microsoft offer back when it was on the table. Those were the days that Yahoo was a key asset in the Microsoft/Google war. Of course, that was $15 billion ago, and that offer appears to be long gone.

  10. Blog Archive Celebrity tipping point on Seesmic – Scobleizer.com

    Celebrity tipping point on Seesmic As go celebrities, so go other things in our culture. Today Seesmic got a HUGE win. The Indiana Jones crew, including famous movie stars and movie directors, are on Seesmic. Here, check them out:

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