Matt\’s Cuppa

My take on tea, technology, and our environment

Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 05/21/2007

Posted by telecommatt on May 21, 2007

Veodia – The Live TV Studio In Your Browser  Annotated

  • Currently open only to beta invites. Looks like a dead simple way to present yourself on the web. I’ll follow up on this later if I recieve an invite.
     – post by telecommatt
Start a live TV show on your blog.

Create video podcasts in one click.

    Open Source Alternative – HeidiSQL  Annotated

    HeidiSQL is a brilliant, small and simple open source SQL tool for MySQL databases. It does exactly what you expect it to – and a few extra things.

      HeidiSQL is an open source alternative to

      EMS SQL Manager for MySQL 2007

        Eric’s Archived Thoughts: Reset Reloaded

        • The final CSS reset code from Eric Meyer. This has been talked about all over the web by now, and I just really think it’s a good idea.
           – post by telecommatt

        How to Maintain a Mountain Bike – WikiHow  Annotated

          Here is some advice to help you keep your mountain bike in peak condition

          Friday Fun: Shamefully unproductive computer pranks – Lifehacker

          • More ways to make friends at the office…
             – post by telecommatt

          Which Wiki is Right for You? – 5/1/2007 – School Library Journal  Annotated

            If you’ve never created a library Web page (and don’t intend to start learning HTML code anytime soon), but want your library to have a Web-presence, maybe it’s time to consider a library wiki. As more educators and librarians collaborate in an online environment, wikis (which in Hawaiian means “quick” or “very fast”) provide users with a tool that can be easily accessed, edited, and updated. As we create a more collaborative 2.0 school library environment, wikis provide an opportunity for students, teachers, parents, administrators, and community members to actively create new information for others.

              15 Coolest Firefox Tricks Ever –  Annotated

              • This is a great list of ways to be more productive with FF without adding more bulky extensions.
                 – post by telecommatt
              Get to be a Jedi master with the following cool Firefox tricks.

                Holding ALL Your Places: Making a Multi-threaded Bookmark | D*I*Y Planner

                • Create a neat looking stringed “thing” that will save multiple pages in a book.
                   – post by telecommatt

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