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Saturday, March 12, 2011

How Tsunamis Work

"Sometimes the road less traveled is less traveled for a reason."  Jerry Seinfeld

Begin forwarded message:

From: Dana Rachlin <danarachlin@yahoo.com>
Date: March 12, 2011 6:19:50 AM EST
To: "adoptthis@posterous.com" <adoptthis@posterous.com>
Subject: How Tsunamis Work

@GuyKawasaki: Major waves: How tsunamis work http://is.gd/QCjAhb

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Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Friday, January 14, 2011

Tetris Sugar Cubes

Geometric sweetness for your hot beverage!

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Friday, December 31, 2010

19 Best Apps for IPad & IPhone according to GadgetLab.

@2morrowknight &  @wired recently tweeted:

Gadget Lab picks 19 of the year's best apps for iPhone and iPad - http://wrd.tw/eRjk8R #tech /via @wired
Check it Out!

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Monday, December 27, 2010

Delicious Bookmarking Site Not Definitely Going Away

According to an article from DigitalTrends blog Dec 20,
(http://www.digitaltrends.com/computing/delicious-wont-be-shut-down-says-yahoo...) says that Yahoo, who owns the bookmarking site clarified ​​​​​​​​​​​​its decision that​​​​​ they haven't decided to shutter the service but in fact will try and sell it. ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ Apparently, Twitter started overflowing with “Save Delicious” statements because of Yahoo's claim “We continuously evaluate and prioritize our portfolio of products and services, and do plan to shut down some products in the coming months." Yahoo later said it has plans to find a new home for it. Some are saying it’s simply too late for Delicious, and that the fault is Yahoo’s. TechCrunch blogger Jon Orlin, a Yahoo employee for five years, claims he isn’t surprised by the company’s inability to develop Delicious. He questions the strategy or lack there of and said “…when you have ‘the biggest collection of bookmarks in the universe’ in a potentially very social product and you can’t figure out how to run it in a lean, innovative and profitable way, it’s a real sign you are in trouble.” He is also skeptical about any buyer of Delicious having success because it will have "missed the boat for the innovative startup." There are many more Bookmarking products these days which are more popular than they were in 2003 when Delicious debuted, and of course this means it’s worth less and also faces some very able competitors. You may like to try Pinboard and Diigo which most likely has importing features for existing Delicious bookmarks you have. For the near future I think I believe Delicious won't disappear in a poof.

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Thursday, May 6, 2010

Making Fractal Cookies: Mmmm, Math is Yummy!

Make a yummy treat for dessert while learning how fractals are constructed. The pattern is known as the Sierpinski carpet pattern. You can make jewelry out of fimo with this technique as well! If we knew making cookies couldhave been this fun and educational, we would have visited this website by Evil Mad Scientist Laboratories way before this!

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Thursday, April 22, 2010

Mashpedia: A Real-Time Encyclopedia

When we search for information online, we usually read wikis, search results, watch videos, read news and blogs, and sort through social network streams. But wouldn’t it be nice if all of these were located on one seamless page?

Enter Mashpedia, a real-time encyclopedia that aggregates multiple live web feeds about a specific topic and converts them into a structured and easily readable layout.


To start using Mashpedia, just enter any topic in the search field. Then the app can bring you to the exact page or give you a list of results for your search terms. Each entry provides a definition of terms, videos, Twitter feeds, and more. Mashpedia also offers semantic connections between articles.


You can toggle each box in the entry to show/hide them. There are also individual settings available for each section to allow you to customize the article. The Twitter stream for the topic is very useful since you can find real live updates alongside the wiki content. This provides a nice combination of time-context that complements the content that you are reading. You can also post and add comments to contribute relevant information.


Mashpedia is a great web tool for those who want to learn something new every day, or for people who want to stay on top of any topic.


  • Aggregates multiple web feeds about a topic.
  • Get information from Wikipedia, Google, Twitter, Digg, YouTube, and more.
  • Fast and seamless.
  • Free; no sign up required.
  • View and post comments for each entry.

Check out Mashpedia @ www.mashpedia.com

Makeuseof.com highlights another great resource for doing research on the Internet. Mashpedia is put together by Mashable. It is definitely worth bookmarking for your next big search.

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