Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Surfin' Safari

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Surf City tonight on my PC: catching up on a bunch of links that YOU sent me! Let's start off with a post from Dr. Hsien-Hsien Lei, who blogs she's discovered YouTUBE DNA Video: Human Genome Project

Alicia Sparks, Freelance Writer and Editor asks "Gotta Spark? Let me turn it into a fire!" Alicia's blog WritingSpark will stimulate your little brainycells...

Take a look at the picture of a bicycle on Patty Chang's Blog... I'm getting my bike ready for summertime commuting, and I need to add FENDERS so that my clothes won't get all wet and dirty when it sprinkles or rains! That package carrier on back is a neat idea, too! I don't even know if you can still find something like that around my town, but I'm gonna start looking! (Hmmm... I'll need lights too...)

Jano is a hybrid bicycle, made of wood, the thesis project of Roland Kaufmann. It's designed for both the very active and every day cyclist.

There's a great bikepath in Mahopac just off 6 - it's an old railroad route...

TrueScoop empowers you to locate nearby sex offenders! You can even add notes on your local sex offenders! Great to know now that they're being driven out of Schenectady!

Sneak Peek at The CW's fall season...

I've got that LibraryThing widget in the sidebar, showing random books from my library. I really like that, and judging from emails I've received, so do you! Anybody know of one that displays CDs, VCDs or DVDs?

Muslim Bloggers Association has created a logo[Fa] to remind Samarra’s Golden Mosque that was damaged after an explosion today in Iraq.

Diggeh is a user-contributed bookmarking site like digg.com and del.icio.us, but for IRANIAN/PERSIAN oriented content.All are in English.

Why is Camille Paglia being given space by Salon (in 2007!)?

We've all seen the multitouch interfaces of Jeff Han, Apple, Tactiva, and Microsoft. Now, fellow mefite you brings us the ultimate guerrilla hack - the $2 multitouch pad.

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