public marks

PUBLIC MARKS from macroron with tags my-blogs-to-read* & web2.0

15 November 2005

14 November 2005

Bookmarklets Every Blogger Should Have ~micropersuasion blog

by 8 others
Here's a bunch of bookmarklets that I use every day in Firefox. I highly recommend them.

12 November 2005

11 November 2005

Google Maps Mania Blog

by 43 others
An unofficial Google Maps blog tracking the websites, ideas and tools being influenced by Google Maps.

Dan Bricklin Blog

thoughts on making web sites, the computer industry, digital photography, PC history, conferences I attend, and people I know or run into.

10 November 2005

Turk Lurker Blog

thoughts and observations on the recently unveiled Mechanical Turk project from Amazon. I've long been a fan of distributed work projects and this blog will detail my experiences on this exciting new opportunity brought to us from Amazon.

CrunchNotes Blog

by 6 others
an informal collection of thoughts on Web 2.0, written by Michael Arrington. It is a companion blog to TechCrunch.

09 November 2005

Morfik Home - Web Applications Unplugged - application development environment for the WebOS

by 3 others
Javascript Synthesis Technology (‘JST’)that allows developers to use a visual design environment and a high-level language of their choice to create applications comprising only of HTML and Javascript. This revolutionary technology combined with its t

Morfik Pioneers - Web Applications Unplugged - application development environment for the WebOS

Javascript Synthesis Technology (‘JST’)that allows developers to use a visual design environment and a high-level language of their choice to create applications comprising only of HTML and Javascript. This revolutionary technology combined with its t

Micro Persuasion Blog

by 17 others
Steve Rubel explores how new technologies are transforming marketing, media and public relations.

06 November 2005

05 November 2005

GTDTiddlyWiki Blog - your simple client side wiki

by 28 others
is a GettingThingsDone adaptation by NathanBowers of JeremyRuston's Open Source TiddlyWiki. The purpose of GTD Tiddly Wiki is to give users a single repository for their GTD lists and support materials so they can create/edit lists, and then print directl

03 November 2005

28 October 2005