Two Web 2.0 Apps Challenge the Status Quo

Jan 6, 2005

Two new web apps caught my eye this evening as I scanned my email: Nuvvo and Newsvine. The two sites are very different in their concept and functionality, but both share the same purpose – to enable individuals (content creators, writers, news buffs, teachers, amateurs, experts, you) to reach a larger niche audience, and to […]


Mar 4, 2004

“Flickr, now in public beta, is a real-time media-sharing playspace, where you can share photos with friends and family live and online, and create your own groups.”

Checking your designs for the color blind

Mar 3, 2004

Vischeck is a site that shows you what things look like to someone who is color blind. You can try Vischeck online, run Vischeck on your own image files, or run Vischeck on a web page. Simulates: Deuteranope (a form of red/green color deficit) Protanope (another form of red/green color deficit) Tritanope (a blue/yellow deficit- […]


Jan 15, 2003

I just came across the wikipedia and I’m completely hooked. Wikipedia is a multilingual project to create a complete and accurate open content encyclopedia. We started on 15 January 2001 and are already working on 98972 articles in the English version. Visit the help page and experiment in the sandbox to learn how you can […]