Today’s Links: France bans citizen journalism on violence…

John Edwards Second Life HQ vandalized
John Edwards’ Second Life HQ vandalized. Now that’s what I call a dirty game of politics…


Web 2.0

  • Jaiku | Stay Connected
    Looks like a seriously overcharged version of twitter, since it seems to have the same feature set, but with the ability to show your presence (geographically) as well as aggregate information into a sharable data stream. Keywords: twitter, im, presence, web2.0
  • Jyte: Spread the Cred
    Make a personal claim and see how many others agree. Reminds me of postsecrets but in a Web 2.0 way (via Alex Halavais). Keywords: digg, social, personalization
  • MindMeister – think together
    Right now in private beta, MindMeister is a collaborative online mind mapping tool – you can capture your thoughts and share them instantly with friends and colleagues. Looks like this is a first true online mindmapping service ever. Keywords: mindmapping, productivity, web2.0
  • Wufoo: Build beautiful online forms
    When you design a form with Wufoo, it automatically builds the database, backend and scripts needed to make collecting and understanding your data easy, fast and fun. Since they host everything, all you need is a browser, an Internet connection and a few Keywords: design, feedback, generator, marketing, tool, web2.0
  • Pin in the Map
    A free service which lets you easily share maps of locations with your friends via email or your website. Simply click on the map to mark a spot, enter a bit of text if you want, and you get an easy link to the map to share. Keywords: web2.0, maps, mashup, geography, travel, google
  • Worldmapper: World maps organized by subject of interest
    Worldmapper is a collection of world maps, where territories are re-sized on each map according to the subject of interest. 366 maps and PDF posters will be finished by February 2007. Use the menu above or click on a thumbnail image below to view a map. Keywords: infoporn, maps, freeware


Second Life



6 thoughts on “Today’s Links: France bans citizen journalism on violence…

  1. “France bans citizen journalists from reporting violence”

    Suddenly, Singapore Govt doesn’t seen so bad.

  2. “# YouTube: Neuro Linguistic Programming for real?”

    Not bad.

    But I can do better without his 5 and a half minute of bullshit.

  3. NLP is indeed very powerful as it has helped changed the lives of many. Anthony Robbins, the no.1 motivational speaker in the world is a firm believer and preacher of NLP. And Adam Khoo has helped touch lives of countless individuals.

    nonetheless, it all depends on your mindset. If you believe it works, it will work for you. Else, everything will be useless.


  4. Sure. Placebo accounts for 30% of success, and Hope accounts for 15%.

    And as far as motivational speaker goes, my favorite motivational speaker is Matt Foley.

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