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Google Fight

Did you like of Google Battle? Try Google Fight. The principle is the same: a fight between to word to see with more has more links listed at Google, plus an animation (default) of the battle and suggestions of fights. … Continue reading

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Stay connected

You know you are Online Too Long – Ways To Tell You’ve Been Online Too Long. If that’s not your case don’t worry, go to The Top 10 Free Time Wasting Sites on the Net and find more ways to … Continue reading

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Firefox 1.5

I was reading Harry Potter when this happened: Mozilla Introduces Firefox 1.5 / Mozilla Firefox 1.5 Released. Download it here. PS.: I’m not sure if I will keep using the latest version, because 10 of my extensions don’t work with … Continue reading

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Tags…. Tagging…

Some links about tags and tagging…. tags…. Did I say that I love tags? Well, I love them. – Danah Boyd made a neat list of links about it: articles on tagging (help?). – Google Adds Tagging: Google has silently … Continue reading

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Top Ten Web Design Mistakes of 2005

The webmasters would like of this new Jakob Nielsen compilation of Top Ten Web Design Mistakes of 2005. He points to the problems like small font sizes and low contrast, non-standard links, bad Flash, bad search and browser incompatibility among … Continue reading

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Google Blog Search

After a long wait Google decided launch Google Blog Search. My first impression: really great to me you are you looking to my blog with my nick. Maybe works fine if the name of the blog gives the description of … Continue reading

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Berners-Lee on the read/write web

Here is an interesting interview: Tim Berners-Lee on the read/write web. In August 1991, Sir Tim Berners-Lee created the first website. Fourteen years on, he tells BBC Newsnight’s Mark Lawson how blogging is closer to his original idea about a … Continue reading

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Don’t click it

Dontclick.it is an interesting project. How hard is it to break with our clicking habits? What happens, if we remove the essential elements of navigation from the interface, which we are accustomed to? Does it change our behaviour of navigation? … Continue reading

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50 Coolest Websites 2005

The TIME magazine made a list of 50 Coolest Websites 2005. Not my favourites, but at least the choices are good. The categories are: Arts & Entertainment; Blogs; Lifestyle, Health & Hobbies; News & Information and Shopping. On the blogs … Continue reading

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Internet Pioneers

Internet Pioneers – This web site profiles ten individuals whose work has contributed significantly to the development of the Internet. Vannevar Bush, J.C.R. Licklider, Larry Roberts, Paul Baran, Bob Metcalfe, Douglas Englebart, Vint Cerf, Ted Nelson, Tim Berners-Lee and Marc … Continue reading

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