'Personal Information Cockpit'Picok (requires installation on server)
Note: This is not an endorsement.
'not clever'Alienatr - another stupid social, web 2.0 website with a missing vowel in the title. [The Letter]
'stylesheet color inspector'CSS Prism – "Enter the URL of any CSS file to view and modify its color spectrum"
tasty 3-song download (.zip)yellow powder » Mercury Chainsaw – "composed and recorded by Simei Dublinski in his bedroom, in 2007, from september to december" [caffeine and music]
'misguided' indeedAssociated rePress
A tribute to "fair use" and the AP's misguided crusade against the hyperlink. All content on this site was generated automatically from the AP's own RSS feeds. (Sorry, we forgot to include your magic DRM beans.)
'users should exercise caution'Security Advisory for Adobe Reader, Acrobat and Flash Player
'cyberpsychology'The Psychology of Cyberspace
This hypertext book explores the psychological aspects of environments created by computers and online networks. It presents an evolving conceptual framework for understanding how people react to and behave within cyberspace: what I call "the psychology of cyberspace" - or simply "cyberpsychology."
– John Suler, Ph.D.
'surveillance solutions'UAE Blackberry update was spyware
a 'baking diary'Tough Muffin: Baking Delights from Annie's Oven
tool for linkersLink Gopher Firefox extension
Extracts all links from web page, sorts them, removes duplicates, and displays them in a new tab for inspection or copy and paste into other systems.
new version fixes security issueMozilla Firefox 3.5.1 Release Notes
(see compiler bug post)
douse yer flamesWorld's Largest Firecracker
'widespread computer attack'Governments hit by cyber attack
submitted moonwalk videosEternal moonwalk - A tribute to Michael Jackson. (Flash)
one's thoughts on bloggingThe Greatest Life Lessons That Came From Blogging
'journey through the sciences'NOAA Photo Library
spammers ru(i)n everythingTwitter followers 'can be bought'
AORTAL - the anti-portal,
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