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July 31, 2005

m.technorati.com

Posted by @ 9:48 pm. Filed under mobile

Blog search site Technorati has just launched a version of its site dedicated to viewing on mobile browsers such as handheld computers and mobile phones: Technorati Mobile is the first of the popular RSS/XML engines to launch a version dedicated to browsing on mobile devices.

Url: http://m.technorati.com

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July 30, 2005

Lost Tulsa

Posted by @ 9:19 pm. Filed under photoblog

Tulsa is a little town in Oklahoma, United States. Tom Baddley, a 40 years old Sys Admin, writes on his photoblog about dead, dying and otherwise interesting structures around Tulsa.

Tom Baddley: “It’s one of those things that bind people to the cities that they live in, things from their past affect them in their present and being surrounded by things that do trigger memories and bring back good feelings from the past tend to be things that stick around for everyone’s sake.”

Url: http://www.tbadd.com/losttulsa

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The first ‘Open Source’ Beer

Posted by @ 9:01 pm. Filed under wallies

A group of Danish students at the IT-University in Copenhagen have have developed the world’s first open source beer. Vores Øl (’Our Beer’ in English) is a great tasting energetic beer!
‘Our Beer’ is based on classic ale brewing traditions but with added guarana for a natural energy-boost. Version 1.0 is a medium strong beer (6% vol) with a deep golden red color and an original but familiar taste.
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July 29, 2005

America’s Army

Posted by @ 7:02 pm. Filed under gaming, videos

America’s Army is an online video game website sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD). With this game, the ‘American War Authorities’ wants to find recruits. They have literally turned war into entertainment. This is a remarquable commonplace way to recruit young man and women and to communicate with the public.

The war in Iraq, was it a game? I don’t think so! The Pentagon uses videos of hightech laser bombs to justify this war…

If you want to join the American Armyy, you can visit their recruitment website directly:
http://www.goarmy.com

Url: http://www.americasarmy.com

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The Memory Hole of 9/11

Posted by @ 3:26 pm. Filed under wallies

The Memory Hole, launched by Russ Kick on 10 July 2002, exists to preserve and spread material that is in danger of being lost, is hard to find, or is not widely known.
This includes: government files, corporate memos, court documents,… but also photographs, video, sound recordings and books.

The Memory Hole has collected files of the 9/11 attacks:
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Blogsnob Traffic Exchange

Posted by @ 3:25 pm. Filed under blogs

The Pheedo Exchange is a FREE advertising service that brings readers to your weblog. Whether your blog is for business or personal use, the Exchange offers a direct and personal way to connect with people who share your same passion.

Let’s give it a try:



Url: http://www.pheedo.com

A wallies.info review will follow!

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July 28, 2005

SendToSmugMug and SmugMug

Posted by @ 3:19 pm. Filed under wallies

SendToSmugMug will add a contextual menu to the Windows Explorer Shell and allow you to quickly create a new Album and upload the photos in the folder, or add the photos to an existing Album.

SmugMug wants (http://www.smugmug.com) to make displaying your photos easy and to make them look better than they could anywhere else. SmugMug lets you also print through a high-quality lab or at home.
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Watch me@Vlog

Posted by @ 3:16 pm. Filed under vlog

Clint Sharp, a vlogger who publishes a weekly tech show, says on ‘The Times Of India’ (http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com) in “Watch me@Vlog”:

The potential for everyone to self-publish has the ability to revolutionise the world

Url: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/articleshow/msid-1184088,curpg-1.cms

wallies.info: Podcasts are rather unattractive because it has only ’sound’. Vlogs or video weblogs have something very addictive: video. With a one minute video, you can tell more than 10 pages of text or 10 minutes of podcast sound! Ony ’sound’ is boring…

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Lycos most viewed 2004 blogs

Posted by @ 3:09 pm. Filed under blogs

According Lycos, amongst the most popular blogs (based on traffic to the blog) on Lycos in 2004 where these two blogs:

- Gus Openshaw’s Whale-Killing Journal: http://blubberybastard.tripod.com/blog/
Gus Openshaw tell’s you on his blog about his revenge against the whale that killed his wife and child, and left Gus with one arm.

- Rance wuz here…: http://captainhoof.tripod.com/blog/
Rance is Hollywood insider and on his non-fiction site he writes about all the latest behind the scenes gossip from the world of TV, film and music.

wallies.info: Despite the story of Gus Openshaw has some tragedy, these blogs are boring (my opinion) and not well designed! Besides, ‘captainhoof’ isn’t updated anymore!

I’m wondering what you think (write it in a comment) about these two blogs…

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The Death Clock(TM)

Posted by @ 3:06 pm. Filed under wallies

Wait, your life is slipping away… second by second. Like the hourglass of the Net, the Death Clock will remind you just how short YOUR life is. :D

The Death Clock(TM) predicts with your birth date, gender, height, and weight the day of your demise. This D-day is based on average life expectancy.

The Death Clock(TM) even displays a ticker that counts down to the big day in seconds. Cool!

Url: http://www.deathclock.com

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To fight back, finally, I was forced to migrate from bBlog to Wordpress because Wordpress has advanced anti-spam features.
In the next days and weeks, I'll remake and redesign wallies.info blog. Sorry for this inconvenience!

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