Archive for February, 2008

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  • WordPress (WP) has always been a highly versatile blogging platform, even way back in v1.2. So versatile that many have attempted to push it to the next level, and use it as a more conventional content management system (CMS) – not unlike Drupal, XOOPS, J
  • download mail from the most famous webmails, but it could also be used as an aggregator for RSS feeds and much more. This way it is possible to get all your messages in your favorite email client. FreePOPs is Free Software!
  • WordPress, however, is an extensible website content management system that can be used to run magazine-type websites. Here are steps I took to turn this online magazine on Cebu from a blog into its current presentation.
  • gorgeous and functional wodpress site
  • Welcome to the best free css and xhtml open source template design showcase where the community gets to pick the best designs to be showcased on the front page.
  • the youtube of high definition video
  • A collaboration place for all of the Twitterbuds coming to SxSW in 2008! Let us know who you are, what your twitter name is, where you’re staying and how to get ahold of you. We definitely need to get a drink or two together!
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  • Shopit’s storefront profiles, portable store widgets and networking tools are built for social commerce. Use them to buy, sell, trade, or to just promote yourself, anywhere on the web.
  • Wired Living Home made from cargo containers $4 milliion is not exactly our budget though… exclusive LA enclave
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    My del.icio.us bookmarks for February 13th through February 14th

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    My del.icio.us bookmarks for February 11th through February 12th

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    My del.icio.us bookmarks for February 4th through February 9th

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    Super Tuesday has a winner

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    Super Tuesday rocked the airwaves last night as  Hillary and Obama were in a near dead heat with Hillary racking up the big California prize.  Texas looms large now for the March 5th primary with 228 delegates at stake and a scheduled Feb 28th debate between Obama and Hillary.

    It was interesting to see Huckabee and Mitt Romney lighting up big victory cigars and declaring victory while they were losing.

    But the big winner last night was Google Maps teamed up with Twittervision.  This app filtered all the twitter posts that related to the election and posted them on a map of the world. 

    Check it out.  It kept me in stitches all last night and was tit for tat more informative than CNN, MSNBC, Fox or any of the old media outlets.  New media was the clear winner in last nights Super Tuesday.

     You can also keep track of the election at @Politics (run by the Media Cynic) and at Politweets. There is also a list here of political candidates with Twitter accounts.

    Google has also has added an Election news resource. In the meantime you can check the latest polls to see how pollsters like InsiderAdvantage, SurveyUSA, Zogby, Rasmussen and ARG predict the candidates are going to do today.

    More coverage of the Google and Twitter mashup at TechCrunch, VentureBeat, Webware, Google LatLong, Lifehacker, SEO and Tech Daily, ReadWriteWeb, CatCubed and Twitter Blog. (via Techmeme)  

    source for links is here at bloggersblog

    open door64 and what do you find?

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    The hottest tech site in Austin right now is

     Door64

    It’s up to the second with information on events and stimulating forums.

    Some guy named Matt does it.

    I’m on it.

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    My del.icio.us bookmarks for February 3rd

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    These are my links for February 3rd:

    • ScobleShow: Videoblog about geeks, technology, and developers – Larry Hryb is one of Microsoft’s most famous bloggers. He works on the Xbox Live team and visited the CES BlogHaus to talk about what he’s seeing.
    • SpaceTime? – With SpaceTime’s? 3D Web Search, you choose your search engine from the drop down menu, type in your search term and enjoy the experience as SpaceTime? displays all your search results at once in our patent pending interface. Enjoy the perks that imme
    • FastCompany.tv is Coming Soon – NEW YORK, January 16, 2008 – Mansueto Digital President Edward Sussman today announced the launch of FastCompany.TV, a new online video network featuring coverage of bleeding edge technology trends, interviews with leading executives and business people,
    • Works 9.0 release near; Microsoft mum on whether Google Docs killer in wings – The latest update to Microsoft Corp.’s Works productivity software is expected to go on sale Wednesday amid renewed speculation that the long-standing, low-end counterpart to Microsoft Office is also being groomed to take on Google Inc. in the online offi
    • Screencast-O-Matic – Screencast-O-Matic is the free and easy way to create a video recording of your screen (aka screencast) and upload it for free hosting all from your browser with no install!
    • Linux.com :: CLI Magic: Linux troubleshooting tools 101 – When something goes wrong with your Linux-based system, you can try to diagnose it yourself with the many troubleshooting tools bundled with the operating system. Knowing about these tools, and how to effectively use them, can help you overcome many of th
    • Facebook | Cisco Systems – This is a group for anyone around the world, who is pursuing a career with Cisco Systems, or any other company that utilizes products, services, and technologies from Cisco Systems.
    • Flickr: Tools to upload and share your photos – There are loads of ways for you to upload your photos to Flickr, in addition to the web-based upload form. Try out one of these tools to get your photos online quickly and effectively.
    • Linkwad :: Firefox Add-ons – Linkwad lets you save and restore tabbed browsing sessions called wads. Wads can be shared and accessed from any computer. You can also share your “wads”.
    • Kevin Kelly — The Technium – There are a number of qualities that can’t be copied. Consider “trust.” Trust cannot be copied. You can’t purchase it. Trust must be earned, over time. It cannot be downloaded.
    • Urchin Software from Google – Urchin Software from Google analyzes traffic for one or more websites and provides easy-to-understand reports on your visitors – where they come from, how they use your site, what converts them into customers, and much more. If
    • A Whole Lotta Nothing ? Matt Haughey?s Personal Blog – How to record a good podcast between two mac users on the cheap
    • FIREFOX GOD: 300+ Tools and Resources For Firefox – As the second biggest browser out there, and the biggest open source one, Firefox has a tool for just about anything you can dream up. In this list, Mashable has collected over 300 of the best.

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    My del.icio.us bookmarks for February 1st

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    These are my links for February 1st:

    • Marshall Kirkpatrick – The highlights of the post are the link to this Wired article about the economy of screen scraping (great article) and this screencast about how to use Dapper that I finally recorded.
    • agentgenius.com- national real estate opinion column » G-Spot – collaborative real estate blog
    • wordTube at alex.rabe – playlist demo of several media files. wordTube supports streaming video format (Format .flv or .swf), sound files as MP3 and JPG, GIF or PNG grafic files. With wordTube you insert it into your blog with the tag [MEDIA=ID] or as playlist [MYPLAYLIST=ID].
    • Contact Form 7 1.7.3 « iDeasilo – I released Contact Form 7 1.7.3 last week. I added two options for dropdown menu, checkboxes and radio buttons. default: option allows you to set initially selected or checked items. label-first option is for checkboxes and radio buttons; this makes check
    • Building a Container House – We’re starting a container sales company and container home builder in Austin Texas so we’re looking for inspirational websites like this one by Bob Vila. http://cargotown.com http://cargosolar.com are our sites but they need content!

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