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Archives for May 2006

Mo Beta Blues

Looking to keep up on the latest and greatest tools available on the web?  Check out the Museum of Modern Betas, a collection of newly released programs.   There are big names (Google, flickr, Yahoo) and hundreds of exciting newcomers.  The site has great information about each tool, along with a screen shot from the […]

What’s Going On? Find out with Eventful!

Ever feel like you are out of the loop? Wish you were more in tune with what was happening in your community? Struggling to figure out what to do on your summer vacation? Check out Eventful. This site is a repository for coming events all across the country. You can search eventful by location (Dayton), […]

Send Google Local Info Directly to Your Phone

I was trying to locate the work number for one of my friends today, so I went to Google Local to do a search on his business. Typed in the name of the business and the city, and up popped several options, the second of which was the one I was seeking. No big deal. […]

Now is the time on Sprockets when we dance!

The band Pearl Jam has placed the video for their latest single "Life Wasted" on Google video. You can watch and download the video for free until June 1st. The video is very dark and reminds me of the award winning video "Ants" from Mike Myers sprockets sketches on SNL – The episode was "Germany's […]

182 Ways To Come Up With A Great Idea

I had no idea what I was going to write about today…until I went to has a directory of creative techniques currently featuring 182 methods for generating ideas. From Brainstorming to Fishbone, Mind Maps to SCAMPER, this site has it covered. The site resembles Wikipedia in its appearance, and has other interesting sections […]

Burgers fit for a king!

While this is not a cooking site, I feel compelled to pass along an awesome grilling recipe for you to enjoy this summer. I tried this out last night and shortened my lifespan with these tasty treats. King's Hawaiian Burgers. Very simple to make. Take a package of King's Hawaiian Rolls and slice each roll […]

Children’s Discovery Garden – Wegerzyn Gardens – Dayton, OH

Knowing that many who frequent this site reside in and around Dayton, and that many of those same people have young children, I would like to point you toward the new Children’s Discovery Garden at Wegerzyn Gardens metro-park in Dayton.  We visited this new attraction over the weekend, and I recommend it highly.  There is […]

The great debate: Pop vs Soda

Who says you don't learn anything in school?  Last night, one of my professors informed the class about a very important resource for information.  This site is so compelling that I feel obligated to share it with you-  This site compiles geographical data on where people in the United States and Canada call a […]

The Next Wave goes Geurrilla

My friend David Esrati owns the best advertising agency in Dayton, The Next Wave. On his site, he publishes a listing of all of his competitors, and if you do a Google search on most of them, you will wind up at The Next Wave first. Why? Because David, unlike most of his competition, understands […]

Mario Lives!

For those of you who are old enough to remember the original Super Mario, check out this real life re-enactment of level one of the game.  This was performed in the Golden Goose Talent Show by a group at Gordon College in Massachusetts.  I have no idea how long it took them to put this […]