Matt\’s Cuppa

My take on tea, technology, and our environment

Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 08/02/2007

Posted by telecommatt on August 2, 2007

Lollapalooza to be Webcast live | Webware : Cool Web apps for everyone  Annotated

  • Now you can dance around your living room and play your air guitar right along with the band and no one but your dog will look at you like you’re nuts.

    This is pretty cool and sems to be the direction many of these events are headed. Live Earth was a great example. I think this is great. Wonder what the RIAA will have to say…

     – post by telecommatt

Gen Xers too busy to relive the glory days, when Lollapalooza was actually alternative and cool, can enjoy it from the comfort of their laptop couch.

The now heavily sponsored concert festival, taking place August 3-5 at Grant Park in Chicago, will be Webcast live from AT&T’s Blue Room Web site.

    » Microsoft Works to become a free, ad-funded product | All about Microsoft |  Annotated

      Microsoft’s next version of its small-business/home productivity suite, due imminently, will be free and ad-funded.

        The Simple Dollar » When Your Income From Investments Covers Your Living Expenses: The “Crossover Point”  Annotated

        • I think everyone needs a crossover point.
           – post by telecommatt
        What is the “crossover point”? The crossover point is the point at which your investments begin to earn more money than the cost of your living expenses.

          One Response to “Matt’s Daily Diigo Post 08/02/2007”

          1. […] by telecommatt on August 7th, 2007 More about your crossover point, from […]

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