Bookmarks for September 13th
When I’m not blogging, I’m browsing. Here are sites and pages that I bookmarked on September 13th:
- It’s Social Networking for Babies – Twitter From the Cradle: Call it convenient. Call it baby overshare. But a host of new sites, including Totspot, Odadeo, Lil’Grams and Kidmondo, now offer parents a chance to forgo the e-mail blasts of, say, their newborn’s first trip home and instead invite friends and family to join and contribute to a network geared to connecting them to the baby in their lives.
- Turning off Fire Hydrants in the Name of Terrorism: This really pegs the stupid meter. One, fires are much more common than terrorism — keeping fire hydrants on makes much more sense than turning them off. Two, what sort of terrorism is possible using working fire hydrants?
- Ask500People Revamped for Better Crowdsourcing: We reviewed Ask500People when it launched, and over the past few months since then the company has gotten feedback from users on how to be a better resource. They seem to have taken those suggestions to heart, coming out with a long list of new features.
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