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Click and eat

January 17th, 2008 · Comments Off on Click and eat · Dining, NYC, Reviews, Web

There aren’t many web sites that truly make a tangible impact on my life. Sure, there’s plenty of websites that inform and entertain, and perhaps you could qualify those as having an impact as well. But ones that actually bring me new experiences and broaden who I am are rare. Even more rare are such […]

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Making a list

January 2nd, 2008 · Comments Off on Making a list · Reviews, Web

My Mom, always the list-maker, would be proud to see how I’ve taken to using Remember The Milk, a solid web based to-do list manager that pretty much does everything I need. The key feature for me was the ability for my wife and I to have a common shared list, in addition to personal […]

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Newsdor.com is a scumbag referrer spammer

February 7th, 2007 · Comments Off on Newsdor.com is a scumbag referrer spammer · Spam, Web

Hitting other sites with bogus referral information is a pretty cheap and sleazy way to get noticed. Apparently, for the crappy search/aggregation site newsdor.com, that seems to be their whole business model. Do yourself a favor and add newsdor.com to your htaccess file as a blocked referrer, and save yourself some bandwidth. I am secretly […]

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Twitter away the moments

January 17th, 2007 · Comments Off on Twitter away the moments · Reviews, Twitter, Web

Thanks to Daring Fireball I stumbled upon Twitter, which I am now giving a go. Twitter provides an online service that falls somewhere between instant messenging and blogging. I’m trying to get myself back to being connected more to the online world (read: blogging more), and I’ve also got a large circle of people whom […]

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Sqwiki

December 7th, 2004 · Comments Off on Sqwiki · Gaming, Web

I wanted to set up a wiki to keep track of Ghost Recon 2 tactics. A wiki seemed like a better idea than a blog, due to how it is structured and how open I can make it. If you’ve never seen a wiki before, the amazing Wikipedia is worth looking at. There are several […]

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