Variably Safe For Work is a cool application for you office folks who are unsure if a link is safe for work or not. It filters the given website address with a fader that you can control to gradually view the site. Try it for Steel White Table. Thanks James!
Mud Songs, the fabulous and famous Newfoundland beekeeping website that everybody loves is now on Facebook at Mud Songs (Nfld Beekeepers). All you have to do is “Like” it! As of this date, Mud Songs is the only beekeeping blog originating out of Newfoundland. It records the trials, tribulations and triumphs of two backyard beekeepers who have been keeping bees in the cold wet climate of St. John’s, Newfoundland, since
I discovered today that the entire 2003 documentary, The Corporation, can be viewed on YouTube (spanning over 23 segments). The documentary evaluates the behaviour of the corporation in accordance to its legal status as a class of person. Most large corporations, when you get right down to it, behave like psychopaths.
Gmail screwed up yesterday due to a bug from a software update: Imagine the sinking feeling of logging in to your Gmail account and finding it empty. That’s what happened to 0.02% of Gmail users yesterday, and we’re very sorry. There are about 170 million Gmail users. 0.02% of 170 million is 34,000. They’re in the process of restoring all lost email, but what surprised me is they use tape
Google Simlar Pages is a Google Chrome extension that recommends webpages similar to the one you’re currently viewing. Google Similar Pages recommends the following when viewing this site (Steel White Table): The Atheist Missionary The Dave – I’d rather be phishing The Progressive Curmudgeon The J-Walk Blog What the hell is “The J-Walk Blog“?!