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Vote for Google!


Google is the lidless eye. Ever watchful of our very mortal acts & deeds. Under its gaze, no deed, fair or foul, goes unseen. But for all its industry and penetrating scrutiny, what this eye sees lacks feeling. Without feeling, there’s little or no social context. And this lack of sensitivity to sociability is an […]


OpenDNS does not suck


OK, I’ve been using OpenDNS for a few hours, and I’ve got some initial thoughts that I’d like to share with you. First of all, it’s ace! Let’s face it, OpenDNS really does hand the web back to me / you in a usable way. Secondly, there are some points I’d like to outline: I’d […]


OpenDNS + del.icio.us


If you’re a big fan of del.icio.us like I am, then you’ll know all about the stuff you can do with your tags. So when I read about OpenDNS a few days ago, my first thought was of the possibilities of combining my del.icio.us bookmarks with OpenDNS shortcuts. I’m glad to report that the union […]


Netvibes, Yourminis roll-out web widgets


This whole web widget thing is well worth a while for Wayne to wonder about the where, what and why. On the one hand, how many widgets does one need? While on the other, what happens when widgets wave au revoir to the web and wonder on over to the ones’ Windows desktop? Or the […]


Spock gets pinch on finding people


Be you the ardent journalist, the voracious researcher or the sweating voyeur, Spock really does apply some very lateral thinking to a common, logical problem. And the problem? Finding stuff about someone in particular on the ‘Net. Oh, you can just use Google for crap like that, surely? Well, yes. But if you’ve ever performed […]