My latest prediction.
My latest prediction.
imeem is an online community where artists, fans & friends can promote their
This contest sounds interesting. I’m constantly inventing things and now I’ve got my big chance to have one of my ideas become a global success story – the next iPod perhaps??
“Design your own product using a miniature 20 Gig hard drive and win $5000 for your winning idea.”
Wait a minute.
Just maybe. Yes. Yes this will work! Oh man, it just effing came to me in a blinding moment of clarity!
The Herbarium is a design concept that makes growing herbs on your windowsill as automated and easy as making a pot of coffee – even for the non-botanically-inclined.
Each pad is also equipped with a RFID tag, which is monitored by the Herbarium to ensure optimal growing conditions for each individual plant (whether basil, thyme, sage, etc.), providing a little extra help for those of us without green thumbs. (link)
Netvibes is turning into one of my favourite hangouts. I predict even bigger things just around the corner for them.
Read more about them on TechCrunch.
"NetVibes has also released an API that enables the development on new plug-ins (more than 74 already present). 8 new were added since yesterday and some very interesting are on the way (video, netflix, myspace)"
One thing I think would be AWESOME would be if someone created a wordpress.com plug in for Netvibes.
Update: Oh yeah, I almost forgot – it NEEDS a PANDORA plug-in too!!! Then I'll never leave!
Janis: We just announced that SkypeOut is now free within the US and Canada to all landlines and mobiles, until at least the end of 2006.
How does this work?
If you’re in the US or Canada, you can use SkypeOut to call any landline or mobile number in both the USA and Canada for free.
If you’re in the US or Canada and calling any other country, OR if you’re in any other country and calling landline or mobile numbers in the US or Canada, the standard SkypeOut rates apply.
Of course, Skype-to-Skype calls continue to be globally free, so no changes there.
See also the campaign FAQ.
I can't figure out why no one publishes an RSS feed of GMAT practice questions (or LSAT or MCAT or SAT or…)
I should be able to go to a site and select the test I want to study for and then choose my test date and set the number of questions per day I want to receive.
I should be able to submit my answers and get feedback on my results.
I should be able to get a summary of my weakest/strongest areas and options for adjusting the types of questions I subscribe to.
Someone let me know when this is ready. Until then I will keep cracking this giant book I have to lug around and the cue cards I use to make notes and keep track of my wrong answers.