September 2003 Archives

addyourown: Manhattan restaurants and reviews (Wiki) »»

The goal of the site is to provide a fast, easy, free way for people to find New York restaurants. The unique feature of Addyourown is that all the restaurant listings and reviews are user-generated. You can add to, or edit, almost anything on the site.

blogcount »»

Blogcount asks: How big is the blogosphere? What is its shape, color, true nature? Blogcount catalogs efforts to answer these questions. We collect and organize the best reports and analyses on this subject.

CyberSex (WS) »»

bloodninja : Baby, I been havin a tough night so treat me nice aight? BritneySpears14: Aight. bloodninja : Slip out of those pants baby, yeah. BritneySpears14: I slip out of my pants, just for you, bloodninja. bloodninja : Oh yeah, aight. Aight, I put on my robe and wizard hat. BritneySpears14: Oh, I like to play dress up. bloodninja : Me too baby. BritneySpears14: I kiss you softly on your chest. bloodninja : I cast Lvl 3 Eroticism. You turn into a real beautiful woman. BritneySpears14: Hey...

David Isenberg »»

David Isenberg, the author of the famous paper, The Rise of the Stupid Network has started a blog. Musings about loci of intelligence and stupidity.

Adding and Subtracting »»

Ryan and Dave are the most unique identical twins you'll ever meet. After tiring of piercing, tattoos, and implants about three years ago, they began exploring much heavier surgical modifications. Dave had spent two and a half years in pre-med at Queens University in Kingston, and using contacts made both there and online he and his twin brother have changed themselves in ways far beyond anything anyone else has ever attempted.

Japanese expressions of love »»

"sukidayo" translation: I like you! "daisukidayo" translation: I really like you!

BloggingWorks »»

Learn how your business can harness the power of weblogs to improve communication and efficiency at this hands-on workshop.

About Norbert Wiener »»

Norbert Wiener, 1894-1964. Mathematician, born in Columbus, Mo. Professor at MIT, 1919-60. Books include Cybernetics (1948), The Human Use of Human Beings (1950), Ex-Prodigy (1953), I Am a Mathematician (1956), and God & Golem, Inc. (1964).

Semaview Inc. »»

Semaview is developing a suite of personal information management products using the power of The Semantic Web. RDF - XML