September 30, 2005

Uncovered: New Press Box at Mountaineer Field Football Message Board

XM's new weapon is a DirecTV linkup - Technology & Science -

Very cool...DirecTV will soon be offering 72 channels from XM Radio:
XM's new weapon is a DirecTV linkup - Technology & Science -

But what I'm really looking forward to is XM, Napster to sell satellite radio music. I'm ALWAYS driving around listening to XM (when I'm not listening to business CDs) and I hear a song I'd love to add to my Napster downloads. Hopefully this is coming soon!

Jot Redux

OK. So after my post yesterday I poked around some more on the JotLive site looking for something that was more compelling.

I finally found that Jot (not JotLive) is a really nice Wiki host with lots of nice applications and data forms. So, while I didn't find JotLive particularly useful, Jot definitely is and gets 4 out 5 stars (more online help would have gotten it five stars).

September 29, 2005

Trying out JotSpot Live

My blog reading this morning lead me to TechCrunch which is a pretty nice site with reviews (I guess, I haven't spent much time exploring the site yet) of various computer stuff. I found a Social Networking category and visited.

The first review was for JotSpot, a hosted Wiki that boasts extra collaboration (multiple editors at a time, for example). Plus, There's nothing to download to get started.

So I signed up for an account (the "personal" edition allows for 5 pages and is free) and started adding a page. The editor is rudimentary, but seems complete. Unlike real wikis, I can't seem to figure how to link among pages (really, that's the whole point of wikis in my opinion).

Worse than that, whenever I saved a page I got a Javascript error and the edits weren't saved. And now that I've got a couple of blank pages, I can't find the delete page function either.

So, right now I'll give this site 1 out of 5 stars. I can't possibly recommend this site to my colleagues as it exists now, but I'll keep checking back...

September 28, 2005

I think Scobble hits the nail on the head...

I think Scobble is onto something here...

What's Google learning from their Wifi network?

September 27, 2005

Georgia Tech's beat-down was so thorough, even the scoreboard couldn't handle it...
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Warning for WVU

Attention Mountaineer Offense:

If you see this gentleman coming at you, simply place the ball onto the turf and back away.

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September 26, 2005

Track links with Memeflow; good podcasting tutorial

I found this on on Scobble's blog and it looks really cool. My new Home page, in fact.

Track links with Memeflow; good podcasting tutorial:

Memeflow Goto looks like a cool way to keep track of your favorite blogs.