Archives for June, 2006

Standpedia, a new site by the makers of Standpoint, lets you contribute to what the makers call, a social encyclopedia of belief. Similar to Standpoint, ...


Went to the Digg homepage this morning and noticed that the new Digg v3 has went live! The main difference being that Digg now has ...


It's time for me to head out for a vacation to Delaware that will last around 2 weeks. I've read all the horror stories with ...


So, I woke up this morning and found SW down with a WordPress Database error. It said that my wp_posts table has crashed and that ...


Pandora, known for its online music recommendation radio, has extended its offerings with Backstage, a service that allows listeners to search and learn about artists. ...


ZapZap is a new site built to aggregate channels of podcasts and video in a user-managed podcast episode directory. Although, calling it just a podcast ...


Neil Patel of Pronet Advertising has yet another great writeup on Web Analytics. I last side-noted his article on analytic solutions for blogs and now ...


I come across many services a day while researching for Solution Watch, and as many of you know, I take a lot of notes to ...


Gomeler.com has an excellent writeup on the new Opera 9 Browser covering many of the new features including widgets, BitTorrent downloading, IRC chat, and more. ...


WordPress has relaunched it's Theme Viewer now with more features allowing users to rate themes, upload their own themes, comment, view tags, and more. It's ...


Blue Dot is a new service which moved into public beta last week that has the aim of using social networks for sharing digital information. ...


I almost forgot to make a mention about a new service called, "Oh, Don't Forget." I probably would have, but thankfully the service sent me ...


Just got back from a weekend vacation in Maine where I soaked up the sun, went kayaking, and ate... a lot. Boy was it fun ...


Ismael Ghalimi of IT|Redux has made an excellent writeup that will help you build a website with Office 2.0. He goes over each service in ...


Today launched Tourb.us, a service made for music lovers who like to go to shows in their area and find new music. Tourb.us uses a ...


Flock has just yesterday launched their first public beta of their browser, available for Windows, Mac and Linux, along with a new website. I've been ...


Google is releasing yet another product soon called, Picasa Web Albums. Like Google Spreadsheets, Google has opened Picasa Web Albums as a "limited test" where ...


Flock has recently launched their first beta release (Beta 1, v0.7) of their social browser along with a new design for the website. I've been ...


SiteSays is a service that, similar to Webride, has the goal of bringing discussion to any website. It involves a simple web-based interface and a ...


Joe's Goals is a simple tool to help your track your goals. Setup daily and weekly goals and track your overall progress and score by ...


On My Desk is an excellent blog that simply posts photos of other people's desks! It's always fun seeing where others work and how they ...


I usually find myself using del.icio.us and related services to search on a specific topic rather then a search engine like Google. Now, I can ...


Rendr is a neat tool that lets you type out Markup (HTML, XHTML) and CSS and view the results in real-time as you type. I've ...


Qunu is a new service, claimed to be the next-generation in expertise matching, that provides users a free and simple solution to find and give ...


Just wanted to apologize for the lack of coverage and response to emails the last couple days. I've been sick and it's been a bit ...