My latest tagged sites

I've tagged several articles in del.icio.us recently but not had the time (or motivation) to comment on them. Here are ten sites that are well worth a second look.

  1. » Vista Hands On #4: Clean install with an upgrade key Ed Bott’s Microsoft Report ZDNet.com"It's a perfectly legal workaround for an amazingly stupid technical restriction that Microsoft imposes on upgraders."
  2. BlinkLife Never Lose Touch with Your family and Friends Again" BlinkLife is the next-generation Email - designed to help you keep in touch with your mom, your classmates, your lover and other people who mean a lot to you."
  3. Vidipedia - The web's first video enclyclopedia - Web 2.0 ExplanationThis video would make a great introduction or finale to any presentation about Web 2.0
  4. mediaconverter.org - the free online file converter I haven't yet tried this as I already use Audacity http://audacity.sourceforge.net/, however the comment "You don't need any special software. Just upload the file and convert it" means that you are not limited to any particular computer
  5. Colour Order Systems in Art and Science (English, Fran├žais, German) "We present you with a total of 59 easy-to-understand, richly illustrated colour theories from the Antiquity to modern times: in short, a complete cultural history of colour"
  6. Top 25 Web 2.0 Search Engines OEDb"new search engines that may stand the best chance to become the next Google all share one common element — the use of Web 2.0 technology that they hope will increase search result relevance.Here are 25 such engines. Some offer functionality that's slowly making its way into traditional search engines. Others further the attempt to traverse the invisible Web and index other previously unsearchable research sources.
  7. How to Best Use Page Monitors For Online ResearchFrom the book "Information Trapping: Real -Time Research on the Web" by Tara Calishain
  8. Widgipedia: A Widgets Supersite"Widgipedia.com lets you search and browse for web and desktop-based mini-applications across a number of different platforms."
  9. Will Tagging Replace The Dewey Decimal System?"tagging is clearly not a fad, and it may even eventually replace hierarchical indexing systems used by most libraries, according to new research by the Pew Internet & American Life Project."
  10. ResourceShelf » SplashCast Goes Live!"SplashCast, a free service, makes it easy to syndicate and share content from disparate sources across the web on your site, blog, just about anywhere. Another plus is that SplashCast can offer a great deal of content in a small amount of space."

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