Thursday, March 31, 2005

The Chris Pirillo Show

I'm listening to The Chris Pirillo Show right now. I'm also in the live session using GoToMeeting. This is so cool. You can see Chris Pirillo's desktop screen. And if you are in the GoToMeeting session he can also give control to anyone and we can see their desktops. It has been going extremely well. He has talked and shown sites like flickr, and Yahoo 360. It is great. Update: I found a phone card and I am now on the phone with Chris and about 14 other people using GoToMeeting. This is so coool.

Free Voicemail

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Sign up for K7, the world's leading web-based unified messaging system that channels your free voicemail and fax messages directly to your e-mail.

Wednesday, March 30, 2005

Tuesday, March 29, 2005

Yahoo 360

I got a Yahoo 360 account. If you want one let me know at - Jimsipod AT Yahoo DOT com

New Design Almost

Well, I found a CSS Rounded Box Generator online. I need to make some borders that go around the boxes. But I don't know how and trying to find people to help me is like asking for a kidney. After seeing Scott's new design I really like the shadows behind the boxes. But I don't know how to do that.

Sunday, March 27, 2005


Have a nice and safe Easter Day.

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Friday, March 25, 2005

Xbox Live

A friend brought over his xbox and we connected it to my DSL and have been playing Halo 2 on Xbox live.
Here are the stats. Not the best, but we are having fun.

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Media Portal

Media Portal turns your PC in a very advanced Multi MediaCenter / HTPC.
It allows you to listen to your favorite music & radio, watch your video's and DVD's, view, schedule and record live TV and much more. You get Media Portal for free/nothing/nada/noppes and best of all it is opensource.

Tuesday, March 22, 2005

MSGTAG Free allows you to know whether the person who you sent your email two actually read your message and is just ignoring you, or whether he or she is on vacation, etc.

LocationMail tells you where e-mail was sent from. It uses the most accurate data in the world to analyze your e-mail, trace it, and look up where the sender was when the message was sent. Find out where your friend was when she e-mailed you, or where a business contact is really writing from.

When you use DidTheyReadIt, e-mails that you send are automatically and invisibly tracked. The instant the recipient opens your message, DidTheyReadIt automatically notifies you. is an open source media project that allows it's users the ability to store any kind of digital media on it's servers with no charge for unlimited bandwidth or unlimited storage forever.

Monday, March 21, 2005

Car Show

I went to a car show that was in my town on Saturday. My town puts on the dogwood festival every year. I took some pictures. I also shot alot of digital video.

Friday, March 18, 2005 - Your Web-Repository of Stupid Videos. Good, Clean, and Fun.

Halo 2: The Place To Get A Nap

Some guy fell asleep while playing Halo 2 online, and the other guys in the game decided it would be fun to goof on him. [via Scoble] (caution)

Sunday, March 13, 2005

Does Your Weblog Own You?

31.25 %

My weblog owns 31.25 % of me.
Does your weblog own you?

Thursday, March 10, 2005

iPod Shuffle Rip Off

A company called Luxpro has come out with a product that looks almost like the iPod shuffle. Via

Lucas debuts Episode 3 poster

George Lucas released the theatrial poster for Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith today and the first full-length trailer will debut on Thursday


Tuesday, March 08, 2005

CherryOS Rereleased

A trial version of the CherryOS Mac emulator is once again available for download from the Maui X-Stream website. The $50 Windows software purportedly emulates a G4 processor, allowing a Windows XP machine to run Mac OS X. Via:

Hotmail Temorarily Unavailable

I can't access my hotmail account. It is the profile that I use for my .net passport. I can access another hotmail account that is newer. And it is not a passport account. The website saids:

We apologize, but your account is temporarily unavailable. This delay does not affect the entire site or result from any problem specific with your account however the server that holds your account information is temporarily unavailable. We do not expect this delay to last much longer, so please continue to check our site for your account status.

We will do our best to make your account available as quickly as possible. We appreciate your support, and sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

Make your own annotated multimedia Google map

Engadget has a cool HOW-TO: Make your own annotated multimedia Google map.

Montage-a-google, v1.0

Montage-a-google is an interesting site that allows you to enter in a search term and it scours Google Image Search and comes up with your own custom montage.

Monday, March 07, 2005

New Version of Google Desktop Search

No more beta for Google Desktop Search program and they have released a new version. The new version can index from:

Netscape Mail / Thunderbird
Netscape / Firefox / Mozilla
PDF files
Music (MP3, WMA, WAV),
Images (JPG, GIF, PNG, BMP)
Video (AVI, MPG, WMV)

There is also a couple of plug-ins.

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

iTunes store downloads pass 300 million

Apple on Wednesday announced that more than 300 million purchases and downloads have been made from its iTunes Music Store. [Via]

Free Ice Cream

Get one free 2.5 oz scoop of Baskin-Robbins ice cream to celebrate Yahoo's 10th birthday. Must be a Yahoo member.