Use that Google button on the left to have Google voice help you phone me for free. It will prompt you for your phone number (not mine), then call you on your phone and call me on my phone and connect us. Interesting... changes the dialing process very subtly, from needing to know my number... to just yours.
MeetingCoasters.com, available at TrainersWarehouse.com is a cheap, super-simple solution to all things that drive you nuts in office meetings. In a meeting with ten people if it saves even 5 minutes, it will pay for itself in one meeting.
"Baby Steps to iPhone Programming," a free, forum-based, asynchronous training course that steps you through the basics of developing apps for the iPhone and iPad.
Yes, your dog can talk. Put this iPad app in front of that budding
genius and you'll be hearing his or her innermost thoughts before
you know it... as long as those innermost thoughts are one of
four things: food, the car, playing, or taking a walk. In the
iTunes App store now.
"Dollar-Store Disposable CEO" is my favorite so far
from the terms that this handy little iPhone app has come up
with. Now in the iTunes store for your iPhone but also available
as a web page version. In standard desktop browsers it has varying
levels of semi-functionality, best in Safari.
Trying to find something good to do with a
sculpture I made recently, I propose "The Ridley Award" to
honor Harrison Ridley, Jr. a beloved radio host of a long-time
show enlightening the public to the beauty and pleasure of
jazz. The site is a Ning.com social networking site to cultivate
infamous carpal tunnel syndrome—and substantial content
from our Amazon 5-Star book on on the subject,
in its 10th printing.
OfficeSwap is an experiment...
a free database that lets you try to swap jobs
with someone who works close to where you live and lives close
to where you work. No, I'm not kidding. Pure social networking...
no fees or conditions... uses Zoho.com for technology and login
This site is usable but no one has posted a real commute yet.
Website to swap puzzles based solely on private negotiations.
Pure social networking... no fees or conditions... uses Ning.com
for technology. (Update 2010: I'm pleasantly surprised to say
that this site has gotten a following---mostly for jigsaw puzzles---despite
the fact that I do absolutely nothing to sustain or participate