World Wide Web of Widgets

Came across this nice post about widgets today, and in case you haven’t read it already or still wonder what this “new thing” are please take a look. The web has seen an explosion i...

Top 100 Alternative Search Engines

Tired of not finding what you are looking for in Google or Yahoo? Well then the next post I stumbled across should be of particular interest to you. I have spent a month – since the March updat...

Wikipedia as a News Medium

Imagine a newspaper with over 2,000 writers, researchers and copy editors, yet no supervisors or managers. No deadlines; no meetings; no chain of command. That seemingly chaotic non-structure isnR...

CustomizeGoogle

CustomizeGoogle is a Firefox extension that enhances Google search results by adding extra information (like links to Yahoo, Ask Jeeves, and MSN) and removing unwanted information (like ads and spam)...

Download Feeds with JavaScript

Last week Google launched a new service called Google AJAX Feed API, an API which is supposed to make it easier to develop “mashup’s” in JavaScript. A “mashup” is a web ...

Test your IQ for free

Quoting Forest Gump: Stupid is as stupid does… I came across www.intelligencetest.com on Digg the other day, and must admit I was very sceptical to whether or not this site was actually providi...

Proposal to Adopt HTML 5

Representatives from Mozilla, Apple and Opera Software have sent a new proposal to the newly established HTML Working Group at W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) suggesting that the work the group is do...

Microsoft Silverlight

While Adobe wants to move the web to the desktop, Microsoft moves in the opposite direction (again). A new browser plugin named Silverlight will according to Microsoft: Deliver media experiences and ...

Flashback; Microsoft on the Web

In the early days, microsoft.com was just one computer tucked under a table at the end of a long hallway. It was designed to test Microsoft’s first 32-bit Windows implementation of TCP/IP, the ...

Del.icio.us Firefox add-on updated!

Social bookmarking service Del.icio.us has one of the more popular Firefox Add-ons, but until recently it didn’t sync with your account and bring bookmarks and tags to the browser. A few months ago t...