Thursday, April 05, 2007

Claiming Your Twitter on Technorati

A Twitter Fan Wiki user posted the instructions for how to claim a Twitter stream for one's Technorati Profile. Gee, I had forgotten about doing that. Isn't user-generated content wonderful? I love shared learnings.

Sunday, April 01, 2007

Technorati Fools Around

, goofs it up for visitors to its site today by rearranging the letters in its name. You get a new variation each time you go to a different page.

Meanwhile, Woot offers a deal no one can refuse. If you're not familiar with Woot, they offer one deal of the day and that's it.

Google Goes With The Flow

The folks at Google share an awesome sense of humor. Today -- -- I came across a few examples of Google pranksters at work (play). Here they are...

  • : Through a link from the Google home page today, I discovered that Google TiSP is a fully functional, end-to-end system that provides in-home wireless access by connecting your commode-based TiSP wireless router to one of thousands of TiSP Access Nodes via fiber-optic cable strung through your local municipal sewage lines.

  • : As posted to both Digital Media Wire and Google Operating System blogs, Gmail paper is revealed to be a new service that allows you to request a hard copy of any message with the click of a button and receive your print out in snail mail.
  • Gmail Paper is a scrapbooker's dream. I paper archive all of my son's emails, cut them out in creative shapes, and paste them in my binders. ~ Beta User Testimonial
  • : For you Internet history buffs, I found this via which led me to Google's official news release from 2006. lets you "tell the world who you are, or, more to the point, who you’d like to think you are, or, even more to the point, who you want others to think you are." Not only can you post a profile, but Google's new dating service lets you "post multiple profiles with a bulk upload file, you sleaze." BTW, the unofficial blog also turned me on to hidden Google pages, which were more useful and less funny.

  • and finally...from 2005, this has yet to show up on local store shelves, so I'm calling it a prank. If you've had a bottle, prove me wrong and give me a cap so I can claim coolness, too.

  • : A line of "smart drinks" designed to maximize your surfing efficiency by making you more intelligent, and less thirsty. My thanks goes to Danny Sullivan who posted this on Apr. 1, 2005 at .