Robert Giordano 

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The Kilobyte's Gambit ♟️💾 1k chess game

I'm impressed

  | Mar 8, 2021

Sidewinder ATX-3000 Omni-Directional Lift Truck - Material Handling 24/7

The wheels on this thing are super cool. It can drive sideways!

  | Nov 7, 2020

Mathematics for programmers (early draft) - Math-for-programmers.pdf

There is some great stuff in here on primes, encryption, probability, auto-complete, etc

  | Sep 25, 2020

Landmark forum - cult, scam, or path to enlightenment? - thirty two thousand day

A review of the Landmark Forum that a woman named Natasha told me about in Starbucks. Fight Club may have been influenced by this organization

  | Dec 15, 2018

DECENTRIC - XYO NETWORK

  | Sep 16, 2018

Juliane Koepcke - Wikipedia

  | Nov 25, 2017

Extremely Unexpected Find Means We May Have To Rewrite The Human Evolution Textb

Fossil teeth found in Europe could be 6 million years older than previous, similar fossils

  | Oct 28, 2017

Ball Pool

  | Sep 1, 2017

Houri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

What Islamic believers receive in the afterlife- NOT 72 VIRGINS

  | Apr 26, 2015

Young, Attractive, and Totally Not Into Having Sex | WIRED

demisexuals and gray asexuals

  | Feb 19, 2015

A Dark Prince Steps Into the Light - NYTimes.com

About Marilyn Manson's up and downs

  | Jan 17, 2015

Out of the wild | The Verge - New York City Deer Problem

Cool photos from Staten Island

  | Jan 17, 2015

Tim Minchin's Storm the Animated Movie - YouTube

Not sure how I feel about this video. I know its comedy but he comes across as being quite pretentious.

  | Dec 12, 2014

Holy Grails

  | Dec 9, 2014

Tabata Timer

  | Oct 11, 2014

Less Doing, More Living

  | Oct 11, 2014

The Female Sociopath - Digg

  | May 14, 2014

Douglas Hofstadter - Wikipedia

Douglas Richard Hofstadter (born February 15, 1945) is an American professor of cognitive science whose research focuses on the sense of "I", consciousness, analogy-making, artistic creation, literary translation, etc

  | Feb 6, 2014

Jincey Lumpkin: The Forbidden Lesbian Sex Act

Wow, fisting in porn is illegal?

  | Dec 12, 2013

You Think You Know Someone, and Then He Gets on a Stage and Blows Your Mind

Interesting video of Matt Damon reading a speech by Howard Zinn. The comments are interesting as well.

  | Nov 23, 2013

My Pussy is Nothing Like Your Pussy | Dr. Nymphobrainiac

A chart of 30 different vaginas

  | Nov 22, 2013

Mantis shrimp - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

in some cases their biological quarter-wave plates perform more uniformly over the entire visual spectrum than any current man-made polarizing optics, the application of which it is speculated could be applied to a new type of optical media that perf

  | Sep 27, 2013

Hamburger Chef Jamie Oliver Proves McDonald's Burgers 'Unfit for human consumpti

Want to know what's wrong with America? Read the comments at the bottom of this article.

  | Aug 27, 2013

Interview: Rukes

  | Aug 13, 2013

Treehotel

  | Aug 13, 2013

Don't be a Padhole.

  | Aug 10, 2013

Heroin - Wikipedia

In 1895, the German drug company Bayer marketed diacetylmorphine as an over-the-counter drug under the trademark name Heroin. The name was derived from the Greek word "Heros" because of its perceived "heroic" effects upon a user.

  | Oct 13, 2012

hitRECord

Collaboration site for writers, filmmakers, photographers, etc.

  | Sep 9, 2012

Designing a Hubless Bicycle. From Rhino to SolidWorks '" Your Input? '" - SolidS

Interesting concept with a number of engineering challenges

  | Jun 5, 2012

Blueseed - Home

A floating country

  | May 9, 2012

EMP_survivors_notebook_1

  | Apr 25, 2012

Pat Dollard

  | Mar 31, 2012

Checking Out (of) the Aslylum

by Juan von Trillion

  | Jan 3, 2012

Bitcoin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

a decentralized electronic cash system using peer-to-peer networking, digital signatures and cryptographic proof to enable irreversible payments between parties without relying on trust.

  | Jan 1, 2012

Californium - Wikipedia

Element 98 on the Periodic Table

  | Dec 9, 2011

Centralia, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

This should be a travel destination at some point... before there is nothing left.

  | Dec 4, 2011

Obama Legalizes Horse Slaughter for Human Consumption - Technorati Lifestyle

Read the comments. The issue is a bit more complicated than it would seem. Still, it doesn't seem right.

  | Nov 29, 2011

Deer Cave - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The cave was surveyed for the first time in the year 1978, producing measurements of 174m wide and 122m high in one section that passed through the mountain for a distance of one kilometer.

  | Oct 10, 2011

Celebrating the Beatles: Goo Goo Ga Joob!

This is the best explanation I could find. It covers all of the popular theories.

  | Sep 28, 2011

"Bathtub" Short Film on Vimeo

Bizarre and interesting!

  | Aug 16, 2011

'Nyan Cat [original]'' - YouTube

Okay, so why have 25 MILLION people watched this??

  | Jul 16, 2011

'Macs don't get viruses' myth dissolves before public's eyes

Fascinating comments follow this mediocre article. One poster claims NT was designed by UNIX people, specifically NOT to be UNIX.

  | Jul 10, 2011

Kitco Commentator's Corner

  | May 19, 2011

Labyrinth of Buda Castle | Welcome

I want to go here

  | Mar 12, 2011

$Holy Crap | Gear Patrol

Fun stuff I can't afford, lol.

  | Jan 30, 2011

Free vs Micro | Megazina | House of Laudanum

...reading Chris Anderson's FREE while performing research on pricing models for an internet service. FREE is a jolly bus-ride through old and new business models, and ideas about market share, pricing, and behavioural economics.

  | Dec 5, 2010

Paper Because... Home

Paper is a sustainable, renewable, recyclable, plant-based product that connects us in so many ways to the important things in life. Great ideas are started on paper. The world is educated on paper. Businesses are founded on paper...

  | Nov 20, 2010

High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program - Wikipedia

HAARP is the subject of numerous conspiracy theories, with individuals ascribing various hidden motives and capabilities to the project.

  | Sep 10, 2010

Part I, Question I | The Malleus Maleficarum

"Whether the belief that there are such beings as witches is so essential a part of the Catholic faith that obstinately to maintain the opposite opinion manifestly savours of heresy..."

  | Sep 9, 2010

Zero G Corporation

Take a 90 minute flight on a modified 727 cargo plane and experience zero gravity.

  | Sep 5, 2010

10 Books that Screwed Up The World - Top 10 Lists | Listverse

Interesting stuff... not sure I agree with all of these.

  | Sep 5, 2010

Pranav Mistry: The thrilling potential of SixthSense technology | Video on TED.c

This guy built a portable camera/projector system where any surface is his device screen!

  | Aug 20, 2010

U.S. National Debt Clock : Real Time

Roll over each number for an explanation

  | Jun 3, 2010

Golden ratio - Wikipedia

The golden ratio is an irrational mathematical constant, approximately 1.6180339887.

  | Jan 26, 2010

COINTELPRO - Wikipedia

...a series of covert, and often illegal, projects conducted by the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) aimed at investigating and disrupting dissident political organizations within the United States.

  | Jan 18, 2010

Odeo Releases Twttr - TechCrunch

This was one of the first articles about the launch of what is now Twitter on July 15, 2006

  | Dec 23, 2009

Technological singularity - Wikipedia

...the short-term emergence of a self-improving artificial intelligence or superintelligence[1] that is so much beyond humans' present capabilities that it becomes impossible to understand it with present conceptions.

  | Dec 22, 2009

Projections Put Whites in Minority in U.S. by 2050 - NYTimes.com

If immigration continues, black, Hispanic and Asian children will become a majority of young children sometime between 2019 and 2023, according to the latest projections.

  | Dec 17, 2009

Psychiatry Museum of Death

Awesome! Learn all about how millions of people are being drugged just to make the drug companies rich!

  | Nov 30, 2009

Preterist Wall Of Shame

Dominic is featured in the number 1 spot, lol

  | Nov 13, 2009

Saint Malachy - Wikipedia

made predictions about the various popes.

  | Nov 13, 2009

Prophecy of the Popes - Wikipedia

attributed to Saint Malachy, is a list of 112 short phrases in Latin. They purport to describe each of the Roman Catholic popes, beginning with Pope Celestine II and concluding with "Peter the Roman" whose term results in the destruction of Rome.

  | Nov 13, 2009

Nyx - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Nyx, the goddess of night and depicted as a figure of exceptional power and beauty. Born of Chaos, some of her children are Moros (fate), Thanatos (death), Hypnos (sleep), and Charon (the ferryman of Hades).

  | Nov 1, 2009

Newbie's guide to Twitter | Webware - CNET

down near the bottom of the comments, there is a lengthy comment by peterparker1352 that I think is interesting. The comment was posted July 2008. Just proves people can sound intelligent and really have no clue.

  | Sep 17, 2009

The Soul is a Dark Forest

Is this Kerukeion?

  | Sep 9, 2009

http://crimethinc.com/tools/

"You Are Under Surveillance" stickers...

  | Jun 15, 2009

The Forgotten Technology - W.T. Wallington

W.T. Wallington explains how he learned to move huge blocks of stone with simple tools

  | May 28, 2009

Fear of youth - Wikipedia

Interesting article

  | May 21, 2009

A Letter to Dr. Laura on Leviticus 18:22

hahahaha!

  | May 20, 2009

Number of the Beast - Wikipedia

666

  | May 20, 2009

Bruce Lipton Ph.D.

In 1982, Dr. Lipton began examining the principles of quantum physics and how they might be integrated into his understanding of the cell's information processing systems.

  | Apr 25, 2009

"2009 Ultra Music Festival, Day 2" by Robert Giordano

Infected Mushroom, Armin Van Buuren, The Prodigy, Paul Van Dyk, and more...

  | Apr 11, 2009

Eats, Shoots & Leaves - Wikipedia

A book by Lynne Truss about punctuation. Interesting.

  | Mar 8, 2009

4'33' - Wikipedia

A three-movement composition by American avant-garde composer John Cage (1912'"1992).

  | Feb 7, 2009

The Price Of Oil Video - CBSNews.com

This piece aired on 60 Minutes recently and even though it has some flaws, everybody should watch it. Pay close attention to the connection between Enron and oil prices. This video should make you ask more questions!

  | Jan 25, 2009

Urban Dictionary: bow-chicka-bow-wow

I'm hearing this EVERYWHERE

  | Dec 5, 2008

The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles

This site has the complete text of a book written by Wallace D. Wattles in 1910 that was the inspiration for "The Secret".

  | Dec 4, 2008

Sprint AIRAVE

It's like having your own miniature cell tower that covers up to 5,000 square feet.

  | Dec 2, 2008

Browse Sad

This is pretty funny. They have code you can ad to your web site so it appears in black and white if you're still using IE6.

  | Nov 27, 2008

S C R I B B L E R

  | Nov 13, 2008

Giordano Bruno - Wikipedia

Ha! He was burned at the stake for practising "magic". He believed the Sun was at the center of the solar system.

  | Oct 29, 2008

2000s energy crisis - Wikipedia

In June 2008, OPEC's Secretary General Abdullah al-Badri stated that current world consumption of oil at 87 million bpd was far exceeded by the "paper market" for oil, equal to 1.36 billion bpd, or more than 15 times the actual market demand.

  | Oct 21, 2008

William Delbert Gann - Wikipedia

stock trader that used astrological charts to predict market events. Interesting stuff

  | Oct 18, 2008

Tlatelolco massacre - Wikipedia

As we get ready for the 2008 Olympics, we should read about what happened days before the 1968 Olympics in Mexico.

  | Aug 5, 2008

Postcrossing - Postcards Traveling The World

It's a project that allows anyone to exchange postcards (paper ones, not electronic) from random places in the world.

  | Jul 30, 2008

Biological basis for creativity linked to mental illness

Scientists ponder the relationship between creativity and madness. Sounds like stuff I've known for years. =)

  | Jul 28, 2008

The Energy Non-Crisis

Lindsey Williams talks about his first hand knowledge of Alaskan oil reserves larger than any on earth.

  | Jul 18, 2008

Kava - Wikipedia

  | Jul 14, 2008

Miracle fruit - Wikipedia

The Miracle Fruit plant produces berries that, when eaten, cause bitter and sour foods (such as lemons and limes) consumed later to taste sweet.

  | Jul 12, 2008

Antikythera mechanism - Wikipedia

An ancient mechanical calculator for predicting astronomical positions. It has been dated to 150-100 BC! This thing is only about 13 x 7 inches and had 37 gears! It accurately determined leap years, moon phase, and more. Amazing!

  | Jul 11, 2008

Checkershadow Illusion - Edward H. Adelson

A and B are the same shade of gray! I tested it in Photoshop.

  | May 29, 2008

800notes.com - (702) 520-1163 / 7025201163

Today I received an automated telemarketing call from the above number. My number is on the Do Not Call list. A Google search of the number revealed this site and a number of other people who had the same issue.

  | Apr 21, 2008

Cheat The Lottery-Win At Pick 3 Now! -- Isnare.com Articles

I wonder if this works

  | Apr 17, 2008

Facebook a CIA Front? - Vox

By posting Member Content to any part of the Web site [Facebook], you automatically grant...

  | Apr 11, 2008

Hummingbird Facts at Hummingbirds Forever

I thought this was interesting. Hummingbirds are pretty amazing!

  | Apr 11, 2008

Grilled Cheese Contest - Seattle Cheese Festival: May 16-18, 2008

Yeah, so cheese isn't the most healthy thing in the world, but I thought this looked fun!

  | Mar 31, 2008

Autism's mysteries remain as numbers grow - CNN.com

Autism is supposedly increasing and no one has a clue. Interesting. None of these "intelligent" scientists question the increasing toxicity in our environment and the decreasing nutrition children are getting these days.

  | Mar 31, 2008

World Clock

Real time updates of world population, births, deaths, etc.

  | Mar 21, 2008

Extremely high frequency - Wikipedia

Millimeter Wave or MMW is behind the new ADS "Ray Gun" and could also provide wireless HDMI and 2.5 Gigabit wireless data over short distances. When MMW routers come out, will you be able to hack one and use it to fry unwanted solicitors?

  | Mar 1, 2008

Fight back against Junkmail - Direct Mail - Bulk Mailings

some interesting information about fighting postal spam.

  | Feb 28, 2008

KROMOFONS - the first new operating system for your mind

An alphabet based on colors instead of letters. Personally, I question the color choices for the various letters. For instance, bright red for the letter "L"?

  | Feb 26, 2008

The REAL Threat to Americans. What really kills Americans.

What really kills Americans - laid out graphically

  | Feb 15, 2008

Boys are stupid, throw rocks at them! - Wikipedia

There's a lesson here somewhere, I'm just not sure what it is...

  | Feb 13, 2008

Hacking Democracy.avi

Another scary video on Google about how computers that count votes can be hacked.

  | Feb 7, 2008

Motorhead Messiah - Fuel Efficient Cars - Biodiesel - Hybrids

Johnathan Goodwin is a mechanic that modifies vehicles for better fuel efficiency...

Hummer H1 with its engine replaced by a Duramax diesel + compressed hydrogen tank = 36mpg + 2x horsepower!

  | Feb 7, 2008

Rosslyn Chapel - Wikipedia

Are the carvings a cryptogram or a musical score?

  | Feb 3, 2008

Zeitgeist - The Movie, 2007

This is really scary!! Watch the whole thing, take notes, then ask questions and seek the truth!

  | Jan 19, 2008

www.HowToSurvive2012.com

Welcome to this site where you can find all information about the writings and research of Patrick Geryl concerning the coming polar reversal in the year 2012.

  | Jan 14, 2008

Where did Google get its name?

Here's the answer in the Merriam Webster Dictionary...

  | Jan 13, 2008

Dead or Alive?

As of January 7, 2008 this website lists 7737 famous (and semi-famous) people from various walks of life - entertainment, politics, sports, music, law, and others.

  | Jan 7, 2008

Precession of the Equinoxes

Okay, this link answers the question that the other link raised!

  | Jan 3, 2008

Precession and Zodiac - Advanced Astrology Articles - Understanding Astrology

A more detailed article explaining why the zodiac positions are not the same as the positions of the constellations named after the zodiac signs.

  | Jan 3, 2008

astrology and precession

Am I really Aquarius or am I Capricorn like Edgar Allan Poe? This article is interesting but I'm not convinced...

  | Jan 3, 2008

Howstuffworks "How does a jet truck work?"

Shockwave, a triple jet-engine truck on a 260-inch (660-cm) wheelbase, holds the Guinness record for jet-truck speed at 376 miles per hour.

  | Dec 8, 2007

Article "'Ambidextrous People' are Brain-Damaged"

Robert Giordano is ambidextrous. Is he brain damaged? lol

  | Nov 24, 2007

Trigger GREEN Traffic Lights! Video

If you have a motorcycle or other small vehicle, you need these magnets.

  | Nov 3, 2007

Gibbs Technologies - QuadSki

amphibious jetski / all terrain vehicle

  | Oct 17, 2007

ashes and snow

Photography by Gregory Colbert

  | Oct 4, 2007

NOTCOT.ORG

design ideas, pictures, cool stuff

  | Sep 19, 2007

Songs to wear pants to

People write in with bizarre instructions for songs and they are made!

  | Sep 11, 2007

Do you have a Facebook?

A little commentary about Facebook and the people behind it that's really kinda scary. Can you say "Big Brother?"

  | Sep 10, 2007

Cacophony Society - Wikipedia

The first rule of the cacophony society is...

  | Aug 14, 2007

+Ma's Reversing - 3564020356.org

puzzles to solve, encryption, steganography

  | Aug 13, 2007

Not Yours to Give - Davy Crockett

Why the Government should not use our money for charity.

  | Aug 1, 2007

Numbers station - Wikipedia

Shortwave radio stations of unknown origin where automated voices read streams of numbers, words, or letters. Weird!

  | Aug 1, 2007

The 212-796-0735 mystery

Oh this is just a great piece of hacker nerd heaven!!

  | Aug 1, 2007

Millau Viaduct - Wikipedia

The tallest vehicular bridge in the world. Only 125 feet shorter than the Empire State Building!

  | Jul 24, 2007

Non-Newtonian fluid - Wikipedia

Check out the video links at the end of the page where you'll see some people "walking" on the surface of this fluid!

  | Jul 5, 2007

The Truth Is A Lie

I am not a smoker and I am not in favor of smoking. However, this page is an interesting read because it demonstrates the power that lobby groups can have when under the guise of "public safety". Everyone needs to be AWARE

  | Jun 29, 2007

Mr. Lee CatCam

  | Jun 21, 2007

Sleep Deprivation Record

At 6am on May 14 2007 Tony Wright began his quest to break the 43 year old world sleep deprivation record. The previous record of 264 hours (11 days) was set by 17 year old Randy Gardner in 1964 as part of a student science project in San Diego.

  | Jun 21, 2007

2012 A.D. - Wikipedia

- Mayan calendar predicts the end of the world on Dec 21.
- NASA says our sun's magnetic poles will reverse.
- Charles Manson is eligible for a parole hearing

  | Jun 10, 2007

ALL ABOUT 2012

A really long page about what will (and could) happen on December 21, 2012. A reversal of the earth's magnetic poles would be interesting...

  | Jun 10, 2007

The End of Fossil Fuels

Argues against using the term "fossil fuels"

  | May 12, 2007

Angkor Wat - Wikipedia

12th century temple in Cambodia. See also Angkor Thom

  | May 1, 2007

LEGO Store - Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon'

Almost 3 feet long by 2 feet wide and contains over 5000 pieces!

  | Apr 13, 2007

Zodiac Killer Ciphers v 2.0

site contains an interesting collection of tools as well as the Zodiac stuff.

  | Mar 16, 2007

Some Romany Phrases

Kaski san?

  | Mar 10, 2007

Marilyn Manson on O'Reily Factor

interesting

  | Feb 28, 2007

Google Logo Images

All the different versions of the Google holiday logos for each year since 1999.

  | Feb 14, 2007

www.BloodForOil.org iRaq (iPod parody) posters

I wonder what Steve Jobs thinks of these...

  | Jan 11, 2007

Abraham Lincoln's Cooper Union Address

Awesome! If only there were ANY Republicans today like Lincoln. *sigh*

  | Jan 10, 2007

Philadelphia Experiment - Wikipedia

Very interesting although not one of the best written articles on Wikipedia. The discussion page linked to the article is just as interesting.

  | Dec 30, 2006

best-of-craigslist

Funny stuff. These are actual craigslist postings from real people.

  | Dec 24, 2006

Personal advertisement - Wikipedia

List of acronyms used in personal ads like BBW, BSDM, DWF, etc. The fact that this list exists is amusing in itself or at least to me it is, lol.

  | Dec 24, 2006

imagination3.com

Very cool online sketch pad built using Flash

  | Dec 22, 2006

Scott Blake - Bar Code Art

the bar code clock and "bar code yourself" are both very cool. Check out "Bar Code Jesus" too.

  | Dec 22, 2006

HUBLOT GENEVE - Wristwatch Animation

Very nice wristwatch Flash animation that continually shows the correct time

  | Nov 11, 2006

Visible Earth: Home

A catalog of NASA images and animations of our home planet. Awesome, high resolution images freely available for download.

  | Nov 11, 2006

Current Moon Phase

site has a script you can put on your web site.

  | Nov 6, 2006

Moon Phase

Displays a large, detailed view of the current moon phase with dates of the last and next full moon.

  | Nov 6, 2006

This Film Is Not Yet Rated (2006)

A documentary about the MPAA and all the stuff that goes on behind the scenes; " ...clever censorship arrangement that would certainly violate First Amendment rights were it not for the illusion of voluntariness... "

  | Sep 22, 2006

"Dog" the bounty hunter saga...

Read the comments and understand the ridiculous double standard our government practices...

  | Sep 22, 2006

Monty Hall problem - Wikipedia

An amazingly simple yet confusing math problem.

  | Aug 20, 2006

Jon Whitney - turbid.com

Click "inventory" and view this guy's immense CD collection.

  | Aug 12, 2006

Nurse With Wound

just weird... but fun

  | Aug 12, 2006

Science Online Special Feature - 125 unanswered questions

The most compelling puzzles and questions facing scientists today. This article was published in July 2005.

  | Aug 12, 2006

Church of the SubGenius - Wikipedia

"Bob" was featured in the Atari ST character set and the Linux distribution Slackware is named for Slack.

  | Aug 7, 2006

Stone soup - Wikipedia

An interesting analogy someone made in reference to Digg and other community driven Web 2.0 sites.

  | Aug 5, 2006

Divacup.com - Question and Answer

ROFLMAO -> "...by wearing it low in the canal (not pushing it up high like a tampon), the cup should be very easy to remove. If it does ride up too high to reach, please call our toll free customer service line as our experienced staff can help."

  | Jul 22, 2006

snarg.net

For years, snarg has been one of the strangest and coolest sites around and its always changing. Just dig around for a bit and keep clicking things.

  | May 12, 2006

StikiPad : Find your Inspiration

The task list looks interesting

  | May 12, 2006

BWG - The end of the whole mess (mess.pdf)

An interesting story about a chat room hoax. This is a perfect example of why you can't believe anything a person tells you in a chat room.

  | May 5, 2006

Freecycle

"Our mission is to build a worldwide gifting movement that reduces waste, saves precious resources & eases the burden on our landfills while enabling our members to benefit from the strength of a larger community."

  | May 5, 2006

What are "hedcuts?" Picturing Business in America

"Hedcuts" are the portrait line drawings like the ones in the Wall Street Journal.

  | May 4, 2006

X-Entertainment could seriously spend a month asleep.

"The main purpose of X-E is to bring to light many of the more obscure, geeky parts of pop-culture that often get buried as years go by. Whether it's an old movie, toy, video game, television show, or candy bar..."

  | May 4, 2006

Neal Adams Science Project New Model of the Universe

Claims continents did not drift apart but they were stretched and torn apart because the earth is expanding. Well done 3D animations showing the process.

  | May 3, 2006

brokenbutterfly.com

I'm not quite sure what this site is about. Is it a search engine? a portal?

  | May 3, 2006

Steve Pavlina - polyphasic sleep

He also has some interesting techniques and ideas for success in business.

  | May 3, 2006

Mail Letters Online - ShinyMail.com

Cool dhtml wysiwyg editor

  | Apr 28, 2006

Inspirational Portal from Thailand

Site with the grass photo background. Collection of nice web sites by other international artists.

  | Apr 27, 2006

bodytag - web programming explorations

Lots of really cool dhtml, java, and misc experiments

  | Apr 27, 2006


 

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