Subscriber and good friend Alex sent this: I’m not sure if this is of any interest, but I ran into it and thought it may be a fun site to include in your PCIN newsletter. It allows you to enter a year and an amount of money and tells you how much money that would …
I blogged awhile ago about Yahoo!’s 10 annivertsary. The latest Search Engine Watch links to a neat page where they have thumbnails of 100 web moments. Check it out at http://birthday.yahoo.com/netrospective/
Where can you find the most interesting weblogs? Which blogs have made their mark this year? Who will do anything for a nomination? Those questions will be answered in the one and only… fifth annual weblog awards the 2005 bloggies Check it out at http://2005.bloggies.com/
Filmwise.com has a bunch of invisible quizzes where they Photoshop the people out of a film scene but leave their clothing and it is up to you to determine if you can figure it out. Boingboing.net has a link to an excel spreadsheet with 70 such scenes. While I do watch a lot of movies, …
… and get your free ice cream 🙂 For a nice timeline of Yahoo!, check out http://blog.searchenginewatch.com/blog/050228-142842
There is a new commercial by Zellers with a catch tune and I wanted to find out if it was a real song, or a jingle written for the commercial. A quick search of the Internet brought me to AdTunes.com ‘What was the song used in that television commercial?’ Now you can find the answer …
If you are looking for a Gmail invite, then you’ve probably already seen this site: http://isnoop.net/gmail/ They currently have over 100,000 invites. I just recently noticed that I had 50 invites to send, and donated 10. Once they are claimed, then I’ll donate some more.
A while back we mentioned Yetisports.org, a site featuring online flash games featuring Yeti, an abominable snowman. The site was relaunched yesterday with a few new games, a multiuser game and tournament featuring the first 5 games. They also have the games available for purchase for use on your mobile phone.
This site was mentioned in one of the blogs I subscribe to, Unofficial Microsoft Office Stuff. There are a collection of guides for different operating systems. Most useful are the Services guide’s, with explanation on what each service does and whether it is safe to turn it off or not. Check it out at http://www.blackviper.com/
This is the 50th year that NORAD (NORth American Aerospace Defense Command) has tracked Santa on Christmas Eve. Their tracking site has information in 6 languages, pictures of Santa through the years, along with other interesting Christmas information (did you know Santa has eaten 825246243 cookies?). Check it out at http://www.noradsanta.org/