NASA to open large-scale online game? Cool. Can Web-based worlds teach us about the real one? My quick answer is “I wouldn’t think so,” shading to “depends” but I’m certain I can […]
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Craigslist to Berkeley. Wow. Tracking the best from Digg, Del.icio.us, and Reddit: Deliggit. ExtremeTech: Checking out solar energy. TechCrunch — Del.icio.us integrated into regular Yahoo results? New William Wordsworth Collection, but I […]
There are plenty of places that provide you of aggregated lists of what’s being popularly-searched out there on the Internet. SearchQuilt, at http://searchquilt.com/, goes one better by listing what’s being searched for […]
Wondering what people are passing around at Google Reader? ReadBurner, at http://www.readburner.com/, is here to help. The site monitors “several hundred” linkblogs (there’s a link to show them, but it gave me […]
The fight to save dying languages. Excel 2003 vulnerability. Jeremy: OpenID at Yahoo. Extensive XO laptop review. I’m hearing good things about the Eee, too. Holocaust memorial is adding online database of […]