Sometimes I come across websites that seem to make sense for one reason or another. At least they did when I bookmarked them. Then I go back and wonder why. Some ring a bell at the time and others are downright headscratchers. Has that ever happened to you? They must have had some sort of real world relavance. Nevertheless, while trying to streamline the hundreds of blogs and sites that I have accumulated, I came across these.
CrunchBase is the free directory of technology companies, people, and investors that anyone can edit.
The tagline for Liferemix is “Great writing about great lives…”
Perhaps I should read more of what Steve Pavlina is pushing given these interesting times in our lives?
How can you not learn something from the Harvard Business Blogs?
I like the premise of Tech Cocktail ” to help amplify the technology signal in under served markets and have fun doing it.”
At The Consumerist, where the shopper bites back, you get your fair share of horror stories from the customers perspective.
Here’s a podcast audio player widget from personal life media
Here’s a a social microblogging service similar to Twitter when I was pissed at them, built on open source tools and open standards. Allows users to send text-based posts up to 140 characters …called Identi.ca
But then I found the love again with Twitter and was curious as to just how popular I was and Twittercounter does just that…
Roomatic is similar to Summize
PostSecret is so cool, the books are awsome and so is this site. We all have a post-secret, and if you think you don’t, you’re full of it.
Finding signal in the noise with the most popular stories over the last 8 hours on RSSmeme
and who doesn’t want to Get Slightly Famous?
OK, so there, this should get you through to the weekend. Who knows? If you had to share one bookmark or site of your own what would it be? Tell me, as my Indian programming counterparts used to say on a regular basis.