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peer-reviewed academic resource

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/26/11

connectivity by community

National Broadband Map – "a searchable and interactive website that allows users to view broadband availability across every neighborhood in the United States"
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/25/11

CSS3 buttons framework

CSS3 Buttons
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/24/11

'history, theory and practice'

The Typographic Hub
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/22/11

sharing 'made easy'

FreedomShare
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/19/11

building a catalog

Fonts In Use - Type at work in the real world.
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/17/11

cheaper than cable... ;-))

How to make an HDTV Antenna
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/16/11
odd

'Is IE9 a modern browser?'

IE9 vs. Firefox 4 (more info)
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/15/11

street art everywhere

Street Art View
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/14/11

video search engine

Trooker (ads)
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/11/11

Google without the Google

Startingpage Search Engine

When you search with Startingpage, we submit your search query to Google and return the search results to you in total privacy. Because Startingpage does the searching for you, you never make direct contact with Google. That means Google can't record your IP address, log your visit, or put tracking cookies on your browser. And we won't either.

Note: This appears to be a duplication of another product by the same company: Startpage

Posted by joe.jenett on 02/10/11

a manifesto

Don't Make Me Steal
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/04/11

odd miscellany, period.

Ethan Persoff, http://www.ep.tc
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/03/11

subway system 'sounds'

MTA.ME
Posted by joe.jenett on 02/01/11


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