I rediscovered a very useful tool that I started using a couple of years ago, but have since stopped tracking their new developments. A tool that I would think that anybody using multiple tools and services such as Outlook, Gmail or other new Web 2.0 services would want to take advantage of. I’m talking about […]


If you haven’t already seen one of the Improv Everywhere events you will enjoy this video below. Over 200 Improv Everywhere Agents froze in place at the exact same second for five minutes in the Main Concourse of Grand Central Station. You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video


This year’s US Presidential election is getting the lion’s share of mainstream media coverage. However, is following the election polls and news title about the Presidential candidates enough to be able to make an informed decision? Unfortunately this only keeps you up-to-date with the latest results while the media tries to mold your opinion of […]

Want to learn some magic? Then turn to YouTube of course! Here is a great clip from Penn and Teller showing how to do the Cups and Balls trick… You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video

Samsung DuoS, the first mobile phone to support 2 active SIM cards simultaneously. This may not have much significance in the US, but other areas such as Europe will greatly appreciate this long anticipated phone. The reason being that people who are not tied down to a contract, but rather use the prepay model typically […]

Several months ago Palm released a free upgrade for the Palm Treo 750v to Windows Mobile 6. I know many people have been anxiously awaiting this upgrade to take advantage of the HSDPA data connection speed that wasn’t available in Palm’s Window Mobile 5 release. This being very attractive I have been considering making the […]

Google’s Android mobile operating system has already gotten a lot of press, but seeing is believing and once you see what can be done on this platform you will be excited about what the future of mobile has to offer. Check out this video released by Google… You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to […]

Web 2.0, as popularly referred to, continues to bring us great web services. A new one that I am excited about is TripIt.com. This site is extremely simple to use but is a very useful tool to manage your trip itinerary. All you have to do it forward your travel confirmation emails, you know the […]

I just came across this very well done video. It really makes you stop and think and inspires action. Here’s the intro: “The Story of Stuff takes you on a provocative tour of our consumer-driven culture?from resource extraction to iPod incineration. Watch this 20-minute, fast-paced, fact-filled look at the underside of production, consumption, and waste. […]