I was listening to talk radio on the way to work this morning and heard one of the local blowhards complaining about how global warming is a lie and how buying carbon offsets could be a massive scam. Usually I just change the station when this stuff gets too much to take but today [...]
Here is a great pic of Al Gore’s desk. His three 30 inch Apple monitors look pretty sweet.
Scott Annan, a good friend of mine from Mercury Grove is hosting a really cool event this coming June 5th. It’s called Community Camp and it’s designed to bring together community activists and technology enthusiasts to discuss opportunities for new online public services. The format of the event includes four individuals who [...]
My beloved Sens are in the Stanley Cup finals and I will be away in San Jose California for games 3, 4 and 5. Could someone please provide advice on where a good place would be to catch the games. Ideally it would be someplace that has both canadians and Sens fans. [...]
Shopify has been chosen as a finalist for the Webware 100 Awards. Finalists represent the top 250 out of a pool of 2000 qualifying Web 2.0 services. Voting for the final 100 begins today and goes until June 11th.
It would be great to see Shopify make the top 100. If you’re a happy Shopify [...]
I really love this kind of parody website. It sends such a strong political message regarding the hypocracy behind the original site. In this case, someone in Montreal has created a parody of the Conservative government’s ecoACTION site and called it ecoFRAUD. I love the tagline on the site. Instead of “Using Less – Living [...]
If you’re a software developer you’ll be happy to hear that Craig Fitzpatrick’s wonder app Devshop.com is now live. If you haven’t had a chance to check it out, you should take a look. Individual memberships are free and pro memberships are $24. Devshop is being tauted as the MS Project assassin.
Rafe Needleman of CNet’s Webware blog recently launched what he is calling ‘the first user-generated Web 2.0 awards’. How it works is pretty simple, people submit apps that they like then Rafe and his pals will select 25 apps in 10 categories for the finalist round. In late May, they will open up the voting [...]