- Earth Hour from Google
very cool idea… and I actually like the black google background
Monthly Archive for March, 2008
- Tech~Surf~Blog: Google’s Annual Letter
I don’t care who you are… this is worth reading
- Leopard hacked fastest in contest
- Apple adds image editing plug-ins to Aperture
- OLPC’s "flawed" keyboard suffering from tears
- Seth’s Blog: A dumb branding strategy
- Business Opportunities Weblog | Online Business and Common Sense
- Woman told to remove nipple rings for SoCal flight – Boing Boing
- Opinionated techie » Piracy & PC Gaming
This is a powerful video:
By the way, is everyone else consuming more and more video online, or is it just me?
- HOWTO Overclock an XO laptop from One Laptop Per Child – Boing Boing
- BBC NEWS | Americas | Man jailed for microwaving baby
This is just sick. This man should be shot. Seriously. We don’t need him on the planet.
- Mail.appetizer brings better notifications to Leopard
- BusySync, So Far (Mostly) So Good | alexking.org
- Search Engine Marketing Thoughts – Blogation: 11 Ways to Promote Your Blog
- Search Engine Marketing Thoughts – Blogation: The Myth of The Start-Up Millionaire
"If you really want to make money of stock options, you should either found your own company or become a venture capitalist!" – lol, so true.
- Search Engine Marketing Thoughts – Blogation: Four Tricks to Gain an Unfair Advantage on AdWords
- JayWeintraub.com – Internet Advertising Analysis and Commentary: Guilty Until Proven Innocent
- Unclutterer » Archive » The Real Cost of Financial Clutter on the Road to a Remarkable Life
Every time you spend a dollar, you sacrifice a bit of your future.
- Motorola insider tells all about the fall of a technology icon – Engadget
- 960 Grid System
- Web Worker Daily » Archive Open Thread: Does Your Company Have a Blogging Policy? «
- Daring Fireball: On Top
I disagree with John. His view on email etiquette is stuck in 1994 when modems were still dial up… back then that’s why email was truncated so much.
- Weblog Tools Collection » Blog Archive » 10 Plugins To Combat Comment Spam
- Think or Thwim » Inflation? What Inflation?
I am a 60-year-old woman who is married to a man who acts like he hates me. In public, he pretends he loves me and talks about how wonderful I am.
But in private, he shakes his finger in my face and calls me the “B” word. He constantly tells me how ugly I am without make-up. I’ve tried everything, including a face-lift, botox treatments, and a chin tuck. I even went on a diet and lost 20 pounds.
He quit his job a few years ago after having an affair with a woman in his office. He hasn’t even looked for another job. We haven’t slept together since I confronted him about the affair. He denied it, of course, but everybody knew it. It was humiliating. I believe he is still messing around.
While we both want to sell this house, we argue constantly about when to put it on the market. The house we want will be available in a few months. My husband wants to put our house on the market now. I think we should wait a while. He has already started collecting boxes and packing up his stuff.
Do you think he is planning to leave me?
Worried in NY
Dear Worried in NY:
I doubt it.
He wants to move back into the White House as much as you do.
- US versus other countries credit card holdings
- Fred Wilson Dot VC
So when your startup’s competitive juices get flowing — especially for the first time — and you find yourself fixated on a competitor, be sure to take a step back and say, is this really what we want to be focused on right now — is the market we
- That Ad Slowdown? Already Here, Says TNS – Silicon Alley Insider
- Facebook suffers security breach after privacy overhaul
- New study helps define startup importance
- Are ad networks for loser/weak publishers?
Great simple advice from Calcanis. This is the stuff he should write more of: 1) Hire three sales reps; 2) Spend 50% of your time going to advertising meetings; 3) Fire your adnetworks
- How I Blew My Google Interview – Silicon Alley Insider
- Shut down Windows in an instant | Workers’ Edge – a productivity blog from Dennis O’Reilly – CNET Blogs
- A N I M O T O
- "The Subprime Crisis Is Just Starting" by Daniel R. Amerman,
- “The Connection Has Been Reset”
- Rick Falkvinge: Why the US is collapsing
- Colbert: First Vid of Dean Kamen’s Miracle Water Distiller
- How I Tamed My Inbox | chrisbrogan.com
- The Ultimate Body Building Diet for Naturals | MuscleHack
- Top 10 Ways to Build Muscle Mass Fast at Ririan Project
- You Weren’t Meant to Have a Boss
- S.F.’s public (and not-so-public) open spaces
- Custom Laser Engraved Moleskine Notebooks
- Effective Ways To Protect Your Blog’s Search Engine Rankings
- Daily Kos: State of the Nation
- Ten Steps to Organizing an LLC – Entrepreneur.com
- The End of a Business Partnership – Entrepreneur.com
- 101 Five-Minute Fixes to Incrementally Improve Your Web Site – Inside CRM
- The Next Programming Skill You Should Learn » “Hello World” – The SlickEdit Developer Blog
- Yahoo!’s Latest Performance Breakthroughs (Yahoo! Developer Network blog)
- Girl with a one-track mind: What’s it Gonna Be?
funny… pick up artists set up music… funny
- Techdirt: Google’s Plan To Penalize Advertisers Whose Websites Load Slowly Will Benefit Consumers And Google
- AirPort Flow
- John Engler’s FriendFeed
- Do Not Reply
- ThreadPit.com: Fashionably Funny T-Shirts
- Photojojo » Photography and The Law: Know Your Rights
- How Apple Got Everything Right By Doing Everything Wrong
- BBC NEWS | UK | Writer Arthur C Clarke dies at 90
- Jill Bolte Taylor’s amazing TED talk – O’Reilly Radar
- X.5 Time Machine (Quarter Life Crisis)
awesome review and explanation of Time Machine.
- 802.11n officially makes its way to the Airport Express
- Administrative Debris
- BillCaskey: When the Prospect’s Mental Budget Is Lower than the Real Cost
- BillCaskey: Peter Drucker Said it Best…
"Your value is nothing unless it is “valuable” to your prospect. And it’s only valuable to your prospect if it’s: a) solving a problem that he currently has, b) avoiding a problem that could strike him in the future or c) exploiting some type of
- inessential.com: Weblog: Comments for ‘NetNewsWire: how to share clippings’
- Tips from the Professionals for Creating Your First Logo — Without Spending a Fortune » Small Business Trends
- Rands In Repose: Out Loud
- amazing help and advice on creating presentations and delivering them.
- Canon EOS Beginners’ FAQ
- The iPhone’s long-missing two-pane email client » Ryan Block
- Blizzard Internet Marketing doesn’t get WordPress SEO – ShoeMoney®
- good articles about WordPress SEO linked from this blog post.
- Aspiring Entrepreneurs: No Money? No Problem! Get Started Today » Small Business Trends
- Hot products make successful startups (Scripting News)
- Startups Must Hire The Right People And Watch Every Penny. Or Fail.
- Futuristic Play by Andrew Chen
- 43 Folders: Best of GTD | 43 Folders
- How to Change the World: Pure Evangelism: How to Get Great Candidates
- A VC: When To Sell?
- A VC: Saving Money On Startups
‘Hire "utility infielders" in the early days’ – great advice…
- Tony Wright dot com » Every Piece of Startup Advice is a Lie (including mine)
"Find me a startup truism and I’ll find you a successful startup which is a living and breathing counter-example."
- Google Ad Manager
- Google AdManager Launches Limited Beta – ShoeMoney®
Thus begins the end of Open AdStream, DoubleClick, Accipiter, and OpenAds… Google giving away and adserver for free finally. You should know this has been in the works for two hours…
- Misinterpreted Email Can Be Hazardous To Your Career
- So You Want to Be a “SaaS-y” Founder? « FoundRead
good advice… though as you grow, moving from annual to monthly payments is not a bad thing… let’s you grow your customer base faster.
- March 20th Is Won’t You Be A Neighbor By Wearing A Sweater? Day — Daddy Types
- A Couple of My Rules for Startups – Blog Maverick
"4. Sales Cures All. Know how your company will make money and how you will actually make sales." – Amen brother!
- Data rich; cash poor ads
- Cool business card designs, Part 2 | creativebits
- Think or Thwim » What the Fed Chairman Would Say If He Told the Truth
- Making a mint as the laidback king and queen of gossip central – Times Online
- Ed Batista: Reading List
I was recently asked by a colleague to recommend some books on executive coaching, and the process of drawing up that list got me thinking about all the books that have had a major impact on my professional development.
- Chicago HDRs
- 10 Guy Movies You’ve Probably Never Seen | Just A Guy Thing
- 48 Unique Ways To Use WordPress | Performancing.com
- SXSW: Lessons Learned at 37 Signals – ReadWriteWeb
- Coding Horror: I Repeat: Do Not Listen to Your Users
- Shooting a Basic Headshot
- The Amazing Human Eye | NSLog();
- birth announcements styled like movie posters – Home
- Eliot Spitzer’s Ashley Alexandra Dupre Cashes In – Silicon Alley Insider
- Startup Culture Shock: Is Startup Life Life? » Small Business Trends
- After the Wal-Mart deal – Feb. 28, 2008
- Business Opportunities Weblog | Some Companies Rethink Telecommuting Trend
- How My Net Worth Went from $-40,000 to $285,000 in Five Years ∞ Get Rich Slowly
- Photos Of Eliot Spitzer’s Hooker – March 12, 2008
- How to save money running a startup (17 really good tips)
- How to reset .Mac Sync
- Applepeels: Thoughts on the Apple iPhone in the Enterprise
- MacBook Air Notes | alexking.org
- How-To: Truly reset your .Mac sync data
- Marco.org Tumblelog – On Monopoly
- Not An Employee
- A Whole Lotta Nothing – A used car scam I once almost fell for
- Nuclear reset for .Mac syncing | 43 Folders