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Links for Monday, August 8, 2005

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What makes a New Rules Enterprise? MSN Filter – “…your one-stop shop for the inside scoop on what’s happening across the Web, according to the people wh...

Links for Saturday, August 6, 2005

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David Reed’s Book Recommendations Platform Leadership – Looks really interesting; just ordered a copy. Mark Pilgrim: Greasemonkey – Teaching an old we...

Links for Friday, August 5, 2005

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PVC Clamps and Fittings (3, 4, 5 way joints) pvcplans.com – build stuff using the materials found at the first link. Mountain of Email. Google Maps ...

Links for Thursday, August 4, 2005

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SEO Made Easy – Free eBook, courtesy of the 60 Days to 100K project. Is SEO really that easy? Good question. While Web publishers slept – Bill Flitter o...

Links for Wednesday, August 3, 2005

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The UK Blogs Aggregator RSS feeds college students’ diet for research How to Pitch an Idea JobSource, Inc: How you can outsource your job and profit...

Syndic8 Feed Finder Plugin For Greasemonkey

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Yesterday I wrote up some of my thoughts on the Greasemonkey extension to Firefox. Today I would like to followup by walking you through a little script that...

Links for Tuesday, August 2, 2005

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Meetro.com – Mobile Social Network — find local contacts using WiFi. Looks cool, but not that useful unless a critcial mass of people in a particular loca...

Links for Monday, August 1, 2005

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Simply Hired. Simply Fired. IImage Browser – WordPress image insertion plugin. Topix.Net got $50 Million (via PaidContent.org) MarketingVox.com – ...

Greasemonkey 0.5 Beta

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I spent part of my spare time this past week working on a Greasemonkey script. The script simplifies the process of finding RSS and Atom feeds and suggesting...

Barr Family Road Trip 2005

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Here’s the incredibly detailed report on our family road trip, as promised. Putting all of this information into the blog seems like the best way to preserve...