Trying over the last few months, without much success, to fall in love with the email program Thunderbird. This might help. Related: Gina and Adam from Lifehacker spent the afternoon at 832 15th Street today — great time.
I’m building a wiki today (yes, life is that exciting), and seeking inspiration from others who have toiled in the genre. Bingo.
Per TechCrunch, the line between fiction and reality officially has merged: “Zooomr, the company launched by 17 year old Kristopher Tate (hes now 18) in March, will be releasing a new beta version 2.0 sometime around the end of June… where they are really pushing the envelope is on photo metadata, particularly geotagging via a mashup with Google maps.” Someone, anyone, shoot me in the head.
Hmmm. Flavorpill is building out its web content.
Speaking of ‘holix, oh baby: Alexaholic.
Sitting in my apartment, waiting for delivery from Moustache, and listening to yesterday’s Daily Source Code. Having recently tested the podcasting waters, I’ve been won over. The February 22 episode of Daily Source Code, Adam Curry’s show, is an excellent introduction to the genre, as Curry refutes some of the standard arguments (“who wants to listen to unprofessionally produced audio?”) thrown against the format. Plus, mashups! I’m using iPodder, a free Mac/PC download that transfers podcasts right into iTunes.
Giving some thought to reviving Below 14th as a podcast. How hot would an exclusive Wylie Dufresne interview be?
Trippy awesomeness of the day: Google Suggest.