My list of reasons for wanting an iPhone continue to grow. My  latest was after stumbling on the website everytrail.com, what seems to be a great website for finding and sharing trails … such as biking, hiking and running paths. You can use the site to map and document your favorite trip paths, share them […]

A brief list of recently news/articles or sites that I have come across this past week: London Metropolitan Police will be implanting chipsin all police officers so administrators can monitor their movements. http://www.wxpnews.com/MK44BT/080415-Police-Chips Black Ink Project registration is now open. Free course hosted by Jeremy Palmer http://www.theblackinkproject.com/ Windows SP3 Release dates: April 21st for OEMs […]

I think everyone has faced the issue of needing to share a large file with someone when the file is too big to be sent by email. Historically FTP sites have been the solution to this for the tech savvy or those with a web host. I have never been a fan of using FTP […]

Some other great Web 2.0 websites to check out are the finalists in the Utility and Security category of CNet’s Webware 100 Awards. What is so exciting about these and many of the other Web 2.0 websites is the amount of value that these apps offer, many of which are free of charge. My picks […]

CNET is sponsoring the Webware 100 Awards where you can vote for the best Web 2.0 apps. The winners will be announced at the Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco on April 21st, 2008. Here is a look at my picks from the productivity category (you can vote up to 3 times), plus a few […]

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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 […]

2006 brought us a lot of exciting new technology from software to electronics. What was the best new technology of 2006? Well this gets greatly debated and the right answer is surely different for ever person, however I would like to take a look at some of the canidates. BBC Nominations: Playstation 3 (next generation […]

The boundaries for desktop applications have been crossed by Web 2.0 web applications, which continue to penetrate deeper into their enemies territory. We began to see the possibilities with Google’s Docs and Spreedsheets, but the fun hasn’t stopped there. There is now a web-based diagramming tool, Gliffy that lets you draw and share diagrams on […]

List of exciting new services on the web… Coghead – Service that lets anyone create a Web-based business application—from expense management to inventory tracking to CRM. Googe Docs & Spreadsheets – Google has finally combined its online word processor (from it’s Writely acquisition) and its online spreadsheet into one Webtop application. Netvibes – A customizable […]