Sunday, November 19, 2006


Wednesday, November 15, 2006


The way notes should work.
Stikkit gives you the digital equivalent of a sticky note: the easiest thing you can grab to jot down an idea or reminder. As you type, Stikkit watches for appointments, to-dos, people, bookmarks and more, magically extracting and organizing the important details. It's like having a personal assistant following along after you.
Welcome to the official Torpark homepage. Download Torpark and put it on a USB Flash keychain. Plug it into any internet terminal whether at home, school, or public. Run Torpark.exe and it will launch a Tor circuit connection, which creates an encrypted tunnel from your computer indirectly to a Tor exit computer, allowing you to surf the internet anonymously. How much does Torpark cost? IT'S FREE.


Daniele passed this one on! Cheers!
You will find a comprehensive graph pointing to various useful computer tools according to different needs, as well as the links to access these tools.


Tuesday, November 14, 2006


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Our tag: eltarhine
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Wednesday, November 08, 2006


A very funny early John Cleese and Marty Feldmann short video, " Let's speak English". Thank you Dennis for passing it on.

Friday, November 03, 2006


# What is SlideShare?

SlideShare is a free service for sharing presentations and slideshows. You can upload your PowerPoint and OpenOffice presentations, tag them, embed them into your blog or website, browse others' presentations, and comment on individual slides. It's a great way to share your ideas with others, or to learn from other people. And it's free.

# What kind of presentation files does SlideShare support?
We currently support PowerPoint (PPT and PPS formats), and OpenOffice (ODP format).

# But I use Keynote! Can I still use SlideShare?
No worries! Keynote will let you save in PPT format (Choose File>Export, Select "PowerPoint", and click "next"). You might see some minor variations in the PowerPoint file. In particular, PowerPoint does not support alpha-channel graphics, so if you use a photo cutout frame, the image behind it will appear in front.

# How do I embed a presentation into my blog or website?
It's pretty easy. First view the presentation on SlideShare. On each page, you'll see a text box called "embed", with funny looking code in it. It should look something like this
If you take that code and paste it into a blog posting or web site, then you would get a little embedded slideshow in your blog or web site. Here's an example of what it will end up looking like.

# I want to use SlideShare for a conference I'm organizing. Is this OK? Do organizations need special permission to use SlideShare?
Go right ahead and use SlideShare to share any presentation files you like. The best way to do it is to pick a tag for your conference (like "etech07" or "web2_07"). Tell all the speakers at your conference to upload their presentations to SlideShare, and to tag it with the conference tag. This is a great way to promote your conference, while sharing a little bit of it with the outside world.

# Is there any way for me to make slideshows private? I have a presentation that I only want to share with certain people.
We're working on it, but for now, SlideShare is only good for public presentations. Don't upload anything that is top secret!

# Do I need permission to embed slides?
You can go ahead and embed slides anywhere you like.

Thursday, November 02, 2006

Weebly - Online Website Creator

Weebly will allow you in an easiest way, to create a great looking website and share it with the world for free. From personal to professional sites, Weebly will enable you to spend your time on the most valuable part of your site, its content.

Webbly goal of is to make web creation easy for everyone. While Weebly is simple, it’s not just for beginners. It empowers everyone to create a cool, clean, content driven website in literally just a few minutes.

Weebly features:

  • Drag and Drop Interface
  • Variety of Themes
  • Personalized Subdomains
  • Export to Zip File
  • Numerous Content Elements

Beautiful Ajax based layout - Watch Weebly Demo:

Sign up for Free-It's really Amazing!


Buy a 1GB USB Stick and run the most programs from your stick everywhere.
Here you find more details and all core programs.
What is a portable app?

portable - carried or moved with ease
app - a computer program like a web browser or word processor

A portable app is a computer program that you can carry around with you on a portable device and use on any Windows computer. When your USB flash drive, portable hard drive, iPod or other portable device is plugged in, you have access to your software and personal data just as you would on your own PC. And when you unplug the device, none of your personal data is left behind.

No Special Hardware - Use any USB flash drive, portable hard drive, iPod/MP3 player, etc

No Additional Software - Just download the portable app, extract it and go

No Kidding - It's that easy

* Carry your web browser with all your favourite bookmarks
* Carry your calendar with all your appointments
* Carry your email client with all your contacts and settings
* Carry your instant messenger and your buddy list
* Carry your whole office suite along with your documents and presentations
* Carry your antivirus program and other computer utilities
* Carry all your important passwords and account information securely


* Have your favourite websites handy to recommend to a friend or colleague
* Have your presentation AND the required software ready to go for that big meeting
* Have your password with you if you want to bank online while travelling
* Have utilities handy when visiting family or friends that are having PC problems

Cerf’s Up: Maps

Internet Pioneer Vinton Cerf shares his thoughts on the important role that "maps" play in the 21st century.

Downloads Quicktime (15 MB)

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Show Notes:

As one of the original inventors of the Internet, Vint Cerf is widely recognized as a leading thinker on how 21st century technologies are transforming our daily lives. Learn more about Vint on Wikipedia.

There are so many great resources on maps. Here are just a few to explore:
- links to map collections
- historical maps for students
- the art of making maps
- geospatial technology and careers
- Green Maps: collaborative project for students
- U.S. Census maps
- FREE maps to use in your classroom

My comments: Why should we use maps...
Why not try a few resources mentioned in the show notes?
Relax, watch and enjoy

from Infinite Thinking Machine

by (ITM)

Andreas Buesing

to tech map ideas

on Nov 2, 2006, 5:22AM

Originally by (ITM) from Infinite Thinking Machine on November 2, 2006, 6:22am