Archive for April, 2008

Taboo is a Firefox Extension that allows you to easily save a tab you want to return to later. Taboo not only saves the tab but it also saves it exactly as you were viewing it. For example, if you were in the middle of reading a long blog post and needed to close the […]


While talking to my Mom the other day, the subject of text messaging came up. She said that she doesn’t understand why anyone would send a text message over making an actual call. I tried to explain to her that sometimes you just don’t want to talk to the person – you just want to […]


Recently, I’ve started listening to NPR on my laptop when I go to sleep at night and when I wake up in the morning.  I’ve always needed some sort of background noise in order to sleep and having the TV on is just too distracting.  NPR is great, but I think Stitcher is going to […]


FaceRoller not only wants you to tell everyone, “what are you doing” but also to show them what you’re doing.  That’s right, it’s like Twitter, but better, but not really.  Let me explain:  With FaceRoller, you simply snap a photo with your webcam, add an update (what are you doing) and your photo will automatically […]


First, I’d like to say that the only reason I found out that chat had been enabled in my Facebook account is because I was taking a break from work and remembered it was my move in Scrabulous. Yes, I was goofing off but only good came out of my slacker tendencies and I have […]


Stylish is a Firefox Extension that allows you to easily edit the way a website looks.  After you install it you can browse through styles that have already been created for popular sites like Google, YouTube, and Wikipedia.  Once you find a style that you like you just need to load it into Stylish and […]


I want you to take a moment and check out what your current screensaver is.  Now, I want you to understand that it’s nowhere near as cool as DropClock.  Ok, maybe I’m exaggerating just a bit but seriously, it’s pretty neat.  With DropClock, every minute of real time is displayed as a number dropping into […]