Monday, July 31, 2006

Good list of Google Maps mashups

I went looking for something to help plan a trip and found this valuable list of sites using Google Maps APIs.

The closest I got to what I wanted was

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Monday, July 17, 2006

Web API authentication for mashups

The recurring problem: how to offer web APIs that can be mashed up but involve personal data? You want to allow for a large number of third parties to integrate with your services, but don't want phishing sites to abuse them.
Here is what is possible today for web browsers and what some people have recommended for the future:

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Thursday, July 13, 2006

How I trained myself to get up earlier in the morning

Not enough hours in the day? Need to get some more time to concentrate on your work? Find out how a notoriously late riser trained himself to get up at 6am using Web 2.0 and psychology. If it works for a writer, it might work for a programmer (and, perhaps, offer a happier alternative to burning the midnight oil).

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Tuesday, July 11, 2006

TorrentSpy, IsoHunt, Mininova, and PirateBay all in one!

A very intuitive torrent search engine that cleanly displays search results from TorrentSpy, IsoHunt, MiniNova, and PirateBay all in 1 page. One stop shopping for that torrent you've been looking for. While it is only in beta stages, it works great.

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Thursday, July 06, 2006

The best way to learn Linux online!

I have been using this for the past week and it is by far the best way I've found to learn Linux. There are "courses" and "exams" that you can skim through or take full advantage of. If you want to learn Linux and have no idea where to begin, I suggest you start here.

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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

A Look into the TENTH DIMENSION.

This site goes from the 0 dimension, a point, all the way to the tenth dimension, a point containing all possible time lines for all possible universes.

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