Archives for 2007

Browse Goods is an interesting shopping site with a twist: you browse around a world of products like you would browse places on Google Maps. ...


All AOL users (even AIM) can now use any OpenID enabled website using the identity address of http://openid.aol.com/<screenname>. Additionally, AOL's blogging platform is now OpenID ...


Steve Rubel asks the question, "What Will Replace the Almighty Page View?" He brings up this question because of the direction the web is headed ...


WriteMaps is a useful site where you can create sitemaps online. I was actually looking for something like this the other day when I was ...


I came across BNET for the first time the other day and I must say, I'm absolutely loving their site design. After some searching around, ...


37signals introduced yesterday their next web application on the Signal vs. Noise blog: Highrise, formerly known as Sunrise. In short, Highrise is going to be ...


"Widgets are killing the Webpage. It is time to go to something else. We are entering the widget economy. We are going there no matter ...


"Live is a free WordPress plugin that lets you watch your website activity in real time. You can watch as people are visiting your pages, ...


WebWait is a simple web-based tool that lets you benchmark your sites load time. There are other options out there already, but what makes WebWait ...


Sorry if you experienced some problems with the Solution Watch Side Notes feed. I was attempting to redirect the feed to a FeedBurner url and ...


Recently launched Uberlook seems like a nice site for web design and development resources. Visitors can submit and search resources, view popular resources, and subscribe ...


I can't seem to stop myself from watching this: FlickrSpy - The Flickr Peepshow.


Sketchr is a neat, flash-based online drawing tool that lets you create vector graphics of any size and export them as SVG and SWF files. ...


"FotoMaps is a new flash photo gallery that lets you put your photos on a map. Choose any map you like, then place each photo ...


Very entertaining post on The Design Disease. It's funny because of how true it is and I can clearly tell that Tim has the disease. ...


Looking for an easy way to boost your productivity? Then turn on your instant messenger and head on over to IMified, a new service that ...


ZDNet has an excellent video on Scaling an Internet Architecture. Definitely worth a watch if you want to learn about vertical and horizontal scaling. (via ...


Here's a nice WordPress Icon up for download. Comes in various formats and sizes. Nice work, Chris!


CNET API Dashboard: CNET released a new API last week allowing developers to access CNET’s full catalog of technology products and software titles which can ...


Okay, so you don't have the time to sit down at your computer, reading what seems to be never-ending pages of reference and tutorials books ...


Last year I had selected the task management solution Orchestrate as a top pick in 25 To Do Lists to Stay Productive. Now Tokyo based ...


Diagrams on paper are cool, but diagrams on the internet are cooler. This is where Bubbl.us comes into play. Bubbl.us is a mind-mapping product aimed ...


Interesting article on tagging: The Need for Creating Tag Standards. I'm personally a fan of single word tagging with space separation and find it to ...


Footnote is an impressive resource which launched last week that allows users to access and annotate millions of historical documents online for the first time. ...


Looks like the rumors are true. Microsoft is planning to launch a free analytics package going by the codename of "Gatineua". The analytics project is ...