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My other blog is worth $6,774.48.
this one is worth $0.00
How much is your blog worth?

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October 29, 2005 at 1:26 am

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STA

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From a recent PPIG Discussion:

Frank: “Welcome to this meeting of self-talkers anonymous. Why don’t we
let the newcomer introduce himself? First names only, now.”
Frank: “Er, yes. My name is ‘Frank’, and I talk to myself.”
Frank: “Hello, Frank, nice to meet you.”
Frank: “Hey, Frank.”
Frank: “Just before we start, does anyone know where the bathroom is?”
Frank: “You’re not just looking for a mirror, are you? You know the rules.”
Frank: “Er…”
Frank: “It’s okay, Frank, it’s why I’m all here.”

Written by yishaym

October 27, 2005 at 10:42 pm

Posted in LOL

Used oil emulsion, anyone?

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(linked sites in Hebrew) 

The Israeli Centre for clean production operates a trash-trade board. The tagline is “your waste is someone else’s material”. Brilliant.

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October 25, 2005 at 12:02 pm

Ashkelon? Did you say Ashkelon?

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yup. salvation comes from Ashkelon. a zero emission hydrogen engine that produces its own fuel.

Crappy site, but you can’t do it all.

Written by yishaym

October 25, 2005 at 11:32 am

click-click-clonk

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Web2.0 is apparently the hypest hype in the hypeshpere. So be it. But as always, the interesting stuff is not the technology – its what you can do with it. And here’s an example. I haven’t written one line of code here. What I did is took three resources other people have made and connected them. What do I get? A personalized, online, desktop and productivity suite. To think some poeple would have you pay for that!

http://www.aypwip.org/webnote/YishayMor

Written by yishaym

October 24, 2005 at 2:45 pm

Posted in technology, Web 2.0

click-click

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Now the fun really begins when you can slip  one guy’s interface over the other’s application to manage everybody’s data. As in this calendar of London. Using iWebCal to interface upcoming.org.

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October 24, 2005 at 11:40 am

Posted in technology, Web 2.0

“I seem to have left pieces of myself scattered around the internet”

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I like this guy. I don’t know him, but I like him. I mean, with a tagline like that, can you not?

Besides, he’s doing some cool wed2.0ish stuff.

Written by yishaym

October 24, 2005 at 11:40 am

Posted in technology, Web 2.0