I had just put a flash site link to a pencil site, now if you are looking for something more useless then go to Bubblewrap site. Now who doesn’t want to blow up bubble wrap. So, just enjoy it digitally now.
Enjoy bubble wrap @ Fun from hell
Half the people in world are obese or fat. And there are as many websites dedicated too to tracking weight loss or offer complete weight loss programs. But if you are looking for just a simplistic tracking tool to record your weight gains and losses then try Skinnyr.
It records your weights, calculates your BMI and prepares a graphical chart of your weight records which you can put on your site your myspace page etc. It also has an option to hide your real weight from other public (oh! Thank you Lord)
Graph your weightloss @ SkinnyR
Just a useless flash based pencil which lets you draw around different logos. The site is cool in the respect that it has a cool way of showing off different logo designs by Leo Burnett.
Draw big @ Official site
YouTube is the most popular site to visit for viewing online videos, sharing your favourite videos with people and commenting on videos you like. Recently YouTube was acquired by Google for a few billion dollars. Here is a collection of several YouTube third party tools which enhance your YouTube experience.
Get the tools @ Quick online tips
This is a great tutorial to amazingly remove the printed logos from PDAs / Mobiles. Already hacked your T-Mobile to remove their installed background wallpaper and screensavers. Now remove the printed logo from body too. The trick uses sugar which work fines for metal but may leave some scratches on plastic bodies if you are not careful.
But the results are amazing… do try it!
Remove logo tips @ Instructables
Sapporo’s Pikachu Loves Choi Nori isn’t just a blog about a Choi Nori scooter, it’s a blog about a Pikachu Choi Nori. A Japanese scooter owner has turned a Suzuki mini bike into the Pikachoi. The jist: Pics of the Choi Nori, pics of children on the Choi Nori, pics of other Pikachu Choi Noris and some nose hair trimming gizmo. Charming!
Watch the Pika love @ Pikachu blog
In Gujarat last week, some serious flooding left many people stranded. The city of Surat, India was particularly hard hit and the Indian Air Force needed to conduct some air-drops of desperately needed supplies to stranded citizens. Two local men, a Arvind Patel and Pravin Patel, used Google Earth to help suggest critical locations to make the drops greatly improving the relief efforts. The two men also convinced municipal authorities and airport officials to use Google Earth in their aid coordination.
Read the Story @ Ahmedabad Newsline
It’s no secret that most programmers aren’t very good at design. In addition to writing, I also develop software, so I can personally vouch for that statement. The two groups think in totally different ways – one thinks technically, and the other thinks aesthetically. Now how do you get both things in your project… a solution is find your opposite, welcome a site to your vocabulary… Programmers meet designers.
The site is essentially a bulletin board for people to post their availability. You can let others know what the required knowledge is, how the pricing will be split up, and what the deadline is for the project. So, programmers can find designers and designers can apply for requirement of a programmer. So, its a kind of dating service for those stuck in a project.
Meet programmers and designers @ Programmers Meet Designers
Do you wanna get an idea about the size of the famous YouTube videos site:
- YouTube hosts over six million videos, growing at about 20 percent every month.
- The videos take up 45 terabytes of storage — about 5,000 home computers’ worth.
- The total time spent watching YouTube videos since it started last year is 9,305 years!
- The content requires several million dollars’ worth of bandwidth a month to transmit.
- The most popular items get an especially large percentage of the traffic.
- The words “dance,” “love,” “music” and “girl” are all exceedingly popular in video titles.
Get the details @ Computers.net
Play dhtml Tetris @ Dustin Diaz