Archive for the ‘Web Culture’ Category

Follow Up: Adamn Curry AND Jimmy Wales Like Themselves, What a Shocker

Tuesday, December 20th, 2005

This is a follow up on a piece a wrote on December 1st, 2005 entitled "Adam Curry Likes Himself, What a Shocker" I told you. I thought it was no secret that most people like themselves, but when I told that shocking truth on this very site not long ago, ...

Technorati Explore: What Technorati Should Have Been

Wednesday, December 14th, 2005

So Technorati has gone the way of Google and decided to release beta projects to the world at large. While I'm not a huge fan of this move, it does seem to be en vogue as of late and thats fine. The real issue I have with this ...

Google: If It Ain’t Broke, There Aren’t Enough Features

Friday, December 9th, 2005

Hey everybody! Google has added an RSS reader to GMail. Now if someone can let me know why the hell anyone needs this, than you get the gold star for today. Like usual, when Google does anything new everyone starts creaming in their jeans, and this new ...

Adam Curry Likes Himself, What a Shocker

Thursday, December 1st, 2005

No way! You mean to tell me that Adam Curry, former MTV VJ and one of the pioneers of Podcasting, was busting editing the Wikipedia entry on Podcasting to make himself look more important?! I know, I can't believe it either! I think the real question here ...

Yet Another Google Maps Based Web App

Thursday, November 17th, 2005

Yeah Google Maps is pretty much everywhere these days. Some people just can't stop making little sites based on Google's popular mapping API that are clever at first, then annoying later on. Dammit that is getting old! Screw it, here's another one: Celebrity Maps It is what it ...

When You Call Tom Green, Make Sure You Tell Him Hell Yeah Bitch!.com Says Hi

Wednesday, November 16th, 2005

Tom Green, everyone's favorite utter-sucking, canceled MTV show host, has decided to post is personal cell phone number ( 1 (310) 717-1919 ) on his blog. From the post: Okay, so I didn't mention this. But I documented the moment that I lost my mind. On video. It was ...

Mike Is Hooked On DriveTime

Monday, October 31st, 2005

I'm not that into Podcasts. I have one that I listen to regularly: This Week In Tech. And to be honest I really don't do much in the way of exploring for new Podcasts because I feel like the pool has been too diluted with 16 year old ...

Retro Flying Toaster Screensaver

Monday, October 17th, 2005

Some wonderful person out there on the web has taken the time to recreate the awesomely lame After Dark screen saver, "Flying Toasters". Better yet? Its available free for both Mac and PC. (I would include a direct download link, but UneasySilence forbids such craziness. You will ...

CNet Releases Top 100 Blog List, and Leaves Us Off

Friday, October 7th, 2005

CNet is buying in to the latest craze started by the CEO of the WIN blogging network and one of the newest AOL employees, Jason Calacanis. He called for a better list of the top blogs than the one and only (and crappy) list Technorati threw out at the ...

Links On A Slow Monday

Monday, September 19th, 2005

An IPTV channel for old and new Apple videos. (Watch it with DTV) The Pat O'Brien Soundboard (Yes, its still funny.) Engadget visits the iPod family cemetery The beginnings of a flickr for your own server? Maybe. A GUI for OpenVPN on OS X; I've been using for work and its been great. Two skeletons ...