– Special: Geek to Live from Lifehacker: Ten Must-Have Bookmarklets.
Make your own iPod: links of paper craft to make an iPod. I should have posted this on a link about art or cool things, but it’s funnier here.
– Paper Mac’s Origami “Make your own Mac” The Apple Collection. Many models of Macs: mini, Shuffle, Mac mini, eMac, iMacs, Macintosh Classic II, iBook, Cube, G5 and others, in many colours to fold and have fun.
– Shin Tanaka offers a Shuffle model. If you don’t have iPod shuffle, don’t worry! You can build up this, and feel you have an iPod shuffle. Hum… that’s for me!
Neat internet tips for bloggers: wise words by Steve Rubel, from Micro Persuasion.
– Bookmarklets Every Blogger Should Have
– Ten Blogging Hacks
– Micro Persuasion: Ten RSS Hacks
– Ten Technorati Hacks
The last news from Google, just in case you don’t know yet:
– Google Base is a place where you can add all types of information that we’ll host and make searchable online. You can describe any item you post with attributes, which will help people find it when they search Google Base. (via Official Google Blog)
– Google Analytics tells you everything you want to know about how your visitors found you and how they interact with your site. You’ll be able to focus your marketing resources on campaigns and initiatives that deliver ROI, and improve your site to convert more visitors. Looks great no? The tools are very good, you can almost know what colours of shirt your visitors was using, but it’s not working as programmed for many people. The updates are very slow and I had to wait just 26 hours to get my first results. Let’s cross the fingers and hope that the things get back to normal very soon. (via Official Google Blog)
– Greatest Internet Moments:a visual travel through Internet history. Pick an image and discover the story behind it.
– Sudoku: play Sudoku with Flickr images. Choose a picture tag and have fun. BTW, the default tag is hamster. (via Lifehacker)