Check out Bre’s new video on Basic Stamp howto with Joe Grand. He’s also got some pdfs with instructions.
Check out the cool Van de Graaff electrostatic Generators!
Here’s an excerpt from Wikipedia:
If you have been following the web lately, you should know what Google pageranks are and what Googlebombing is. Just in case you don’t know, Google Pageranks are some type of crazy algorithm that determines how important your website is on Google search engine. They recently changed it to prevent Googlebombing, which is a method of bombing certain keywords to get on the top of the search list. For example, you can tag a completely random phrases
Here’s a cool AJAX plugin for WordPress. We are going to try to plug it into Zedomax today, maybe it will speed up things a little.
If you are curious what AJAX is, it’s:
We have a new face for our blog, which will be a wiki. Wikis are becoming very popular these days among the general public and large organizations. In our experience over the last couple months testing the wiki, the wikis provide far greater depth into how you can sort and store information. Wiki would be something between HTML and Word DOC except 100 times faster in organizing and re-organizing. Now might be a good time to start your own wiki site, since
Here’s an awesome DIY HACK on howto put wikipedia on your ipod!
I’ve commented now and again that I’d be willing to pay upwards of $100 for a handheld version of Wikipedia — one that I can sync via WiFi, then take on the bus and read to my heart’s content. Unfortunately, the market doesn’t seem to be responding to my lone cry… so I wrote a Perl script
Yes, if you were wondering what RSS was on blog websites…
It’s basically a way you can read the blog or any other web info via a desktop client.
For example, if you use Firefox, you can add RSS feeds on your browser, so you can skim your blog sites’ titles instead of looking at the whole article…
If you are a regular joe like me, you wouldn’t know what the hell a podcast is, it sounds like some kind of plant w/ beans…
Anyways, if you weren’t lazy enough, you could google this on wikipedia: “The term podcast, like ‘radio‘, can mean both the content and the method of delivery. The host or author of a podcast is often called a podcaster. Though podcasters’ web sites may also off
WiBro will be coming soon to the US to let people browse web sites and blogs
@ DSL speeds. “Samsung Electronics, one of the major Korean developers of WiBro, Wednesday forged an alliance with three firms _ Sprint Nextel, Intel and Motorola _ for the launch of WiBro in the U.S.”
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