Monday, October 31, 2005

How much of a geek are you?


How much of a geek are you? from BBC News test. If you are reading this blog, you will probably get 10 of 10 :)
A recent survey suggested that hi-tech jargon is proving tricky for many people to understand. Find out how technically smart you are with our quiz that tests how much you really know about the world of the web and computers.

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Myths of the world


Encyclopedia Mythica. Rich encyclopedia of myths, tails and beliefs.

Saturday, October 29, 2005

The Interactive Mona Lisa


The Interactive Mona Lisa. You can play with the Mona Lisa online. You can see her disappointed, disgusted, merry, etc. Whatever you like.

Friday, October 28, 2005

Color photos of the First World War


Marsch in den Abgrund. Several color photos of the First World War times.

Thursday, October 27, 2005

ImplosionWorld.com


ImplosionWorld.com. Site devoted to various kinds oа industrial exposions. There you can find impressive photos of buildings at the moment of blowdown.
Welcome to the explosive demolition industry’s worldwide source for news and information on building implosions, blowdowns and all other types of structural blasting projects.

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Can't find on Google

CantFindOnGoogle.com. If you can't find something on Google, it should be either out of Internet or you search for it in a wrong way. Well, nowadays everything is on the web, isn't it? :) Amazingly there is a community of people who honestly confess, that they can't use the search engines.
Most of the time, you punch what you want to know into Google, and you instantly get what you're looking for. But have you ever had that experience, where you try query after query and no matter how hard you try, you just can't find what you're looking for? That's what this site is for -- because the things Google can't find is more interesting than the stuff Google can find. Click New Entry to add your own entry to our collection of Can't Find On Google.

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

My Top Ten CSS Tricks

My Top Ten CSS Tricks.
CSS can be complex, and as each new browser version is released, you may well find yourself struggling to keep up with the latest tips and hacks. But those tips and hacks will save your sanity! Here, I've put together the ten tips that I find most helpful, to save you the hassle of scrounging around the Web for solutions when time is tight.

Monday, October 24, 2005

The Generator Blog


The Generator Blog. Blog of various online generators. Here you can find links for banner generator (see this post image), random food generator, random medical term generator and so on.
Here you will find over 400 generators. Some are just silly, others are stupid, but I'm sure quite a lot can be useful to you.

Sunday, October 23, 2005

The Photoblogs.org Top 100


The Photoblogs.org Top 100. One hundred of the best photoblogs.
These are the top 100 registered photoblogs. Rankings are derived from the favorites lists of our users. In case of a tie, older sites are ranked higher.

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Microsoft Crash Gallery

1999/02/23. Nice effect on the buttons there


Microsoft Crash Gallery. Gallery of errors in the Microsoft programs. It is especially funny to see some old good crashes that you cannot see on Windows 2000 today.
This page is for showing screenshots and photos of software screwing up, with specific (but not exclusive) focus on Microsoft software. It used to be mostly outright crashes, but now more generally includes any sort of misbehaviour from software.

Friday, October 21, 2005

Take a photo without a camera


Fixr.org. You might have experienced it: sometimes you something really fantastic on the street, but your camera is at home or ran out of juice. There is a solution: send the full description of the situation and Fixr.org guys will do everything they can to make a photo of the scene.
If you want to post those perfect shots you couldn't take, here's the solution: just submit a detailled description of the moment you missed to us and we'll do our very best to provide you with an image to fit your needs.

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Todo lists on AJAX

Tudu Lists. Online service for the todo lists. Source codes are open and free - you can contribute to the development. The best feature is sharing of your todo's with the other people.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

CNet's Top 10 worst products


Top 10 worst products. Following the tradition of publishing the list of the top 10 consumer products of the decade, Cnet.com published the list of worst products for the same period of time. I must confess that I haven't heard about half of the items, but you can still have fun recalling about Furby and Windows ME

Tuesday, October 18, 2005

The Web Word Processor


The Web Word Processor. Online word processor. Of course, made on AJAX. If the tendency continues, soon you won't need any offline application.


  • Nothing to download -- your browser is all you need.
  • Collaborate just by entering people's e-mail addresses.
  • Publish on the web or post to your blog with a click.

Monday, October 17, 2005

Top 100 Forgotten Gadgets: The Readers' Revenge


Top 100 Forgotten Gadgets: The Readers' Revenge. Mobilemagazine.com published the readers' version of the best gadgets of all times. There are amazing things worth lookining at.
We had no idea when we published the "100 Greatest Gadgets of All Time" in March that people would have such strong opinions about it. Immediately after the issue hit newsstands, a delicious blend of loving praise and good, old-fashioned psychosis began to flow into our inbox.

Sunday, October 16, 2005

YoshidaTatsuya's Photographs of Stones


YoshidaTatsuya's Photographs of Stones. Web-site of the Japanese photographer YoshidaTatsuya, that takes photographs of stones, including architectural monuments. On the site pages you can find photos from all over the world.

Saturday, October 15, 2005

Origami: Diagrams




Update: Some people make origami from the bank notes. Yes, from the US dollars.

Origami: Diagrams. Giant collection of origami instructions in PDF. Now you know what you can do during long winter nights.

Friday, October 14, 2005

Search for a bomb blast!

I am sure, that everybody've heard cat's meow or dog's barking. What about camel or musket shot? Have a look at the FindSounds search engine. Just type what sound you would like to find and get a *.wav file.
Welcome to FindSounds.com, a free site where you can search the Web for sound effects and musical instrument samples.

Thursday, October 13, 2005

The Six Dumbest Ideas in Computer Security



The Six Dumbest Ideas in Computer Security. An amazing article that should be of interest for the network administrators. Pay attention to the "The Minor Dumbs" section - it is the funniest part of the text.
There's lots of innovation going on in security - we're inundated with a steady stream of new stuff and it all sounds like it works just great. Every couple of months I'm invited to a new computer security conference, or I'm asked to write a foreword for a new computer security book. And, thanks to the fact that it's a topic of public concern and a "safe issue" for politicians, we can expect a flood of computer security-related legislation from lawmakers. So: computer security is definitely still a "hot topic." But why are we spending all this time and money and still having problems?

Wednesday, October 12, 2005

100 most often mispelled misspelled words in English


100 most often mispelled misspelled words in English. A hundred of english words, that are most commonly misspelled. Lately I've head a look at a couple of English speaking teenager blogs. You know, some of them could add all the words they use to the list. Including prepositions.

Dr. Language has provided a one-stop cure for all your spelling ills. Here are the 100 words most often misspelled ('misspell' is one of them). Each word has a mnemonic pill with it and, if you swallow it, it will help you to remember how to spell the word.

Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Top 10 scientific photos. BBC version


Visions of Science. A tiny shrimp fearlessly enters the mouth of a fish to clean its teeth. Fish value this service as the shrimp removes and eats harmful parasites. (©Jim Greenfield)

Monday, October 10, 2005

Online photo editor. For free


Online photo editor. Quite powerful online photo editor, capable of resizing, cropping, adding text comments, correcting colors, etc. Useful tool for the vacation season, if you need to publish you super cool photos from the Turkish internet cafe.
With this free online photo editor / free online image editor, you can now edit photos online or any JPG, GIF, or PNG image file with no image editing software to download or install! Easy drag and drop familiar interface. Resize, change dimensions, scale, crop, add text, optimize, color correction, adjust brightness, contrast, grayscale, rotate, flip, mirror, add clipart, and set transparency.


Update on Nov 8: Since the discussed tool is down for about a week, you can have a look at two other online image editors. Both are free