Saturday, May 19, 2007
Thursday, May 17, 2007
Are you easily distracted or low on productivity in everyday task or jobs? I think I'm talking to myself here. Our "Post of the Day" comes from one of those productivity improvements of Lifehack. This time this post gives a simple summary of the advice we usually (or rarely) hear when we want more work done.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 11:36 PM
I love some good business posts and this is a classic from O'Reilly Radar as Mike Hendrickson blogs about computer book publishing sales and trends. It is a muti-part article so be sure to read the previous ones as well.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 12:49 AM
Tuesday, May 15, 2007
Wired.com puts the history of gaming in pictures, this time taking a look at past consoles and how it developed into what it is now. Great post again from Wired.com.
Relive some gaming memories.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 11:09 PM
Monday, May 14, 2007
Sometimes, corporate blogs do dish out nice pieces out there. Godfrey's delivers a simple but very practical and helpful post on how to save water on your gardening tasks. Great tips here!
Posted by Henry Marcos at 6:08 PM
Saturday, May 12, 2007
Thursday, May 10, 2007
Read/Write web has a nice little project here. The author, Alex Iskold, tries to calculate how much text data do we process everyday. It is a nice take on our everyday internet lives.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 11:00 PM
Wednesday, May 9, 2007
Our newest winner stays true to their name with a post about hotels that only the rich can afford. The "Post of the Day" features some futuristic hotels and the status of their development. Great post here so enjoy!
Posted by Henry Marcos at 6:17 PM
Tuesday, May 8, 2007
It seems that this is the week of the multiple winners.
This time Problogger's Darren Rowse dishes out another one of his classic posts with "9 Attitudes of Highly Creative People". Darren last got a mention here with this post about blogging during hard times.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 6:55 PM
Monday, May 7, 2007
Seomoz.org gets its second trip to the winners circle this time with updated tips on how to make an e-commerce successful and consumer friendly. The last SEOmoz winner was this one back in March 5.
One thing I like about SEOmoz is that they always take a look at old things in new perspectives. You see lots of web business tips but they make theirs always a notch higher than the others.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 5:33 PM
Saturday, May 5, 2007
We only had four posts that battled for weekly honors this time around but somehow it was more difficult to get a winner. The quality was way up there this week.
Aviva Directory's Blog Law gets our "Post of the Week" with the post entitled "12 Important U.S. Laws Every Blogger Needs to Know". This is one of those posts that really should be in print editions of newspapers. The writing and information passed here amazing!
This post is now eligible for the "Post of the Month Awards".
Posted by Henry Marcos at 12:34 AM
Friday, May 4, 2007
Our "Post of the Day" comes from //Static as it shows the physical development of a parrot by the use of pictures. Great post here even without words as it captures the drama of a parrot growing up.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 5:52 PM
Thursday, May 3, 2007
You usually take photos with people posing for them but wouldn't it be great to have some nice looking candid shots? Digital Photography School gives some tips on how to take candid photos so as to preserve those precious moments.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 11:21 PM
Wednesday, May 2, 2007
Blog Law presents us with a very detailed discussion of legal stuff every blogger should be aware of. This is some great stuff and hope you will learn a lot from this post.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 11:50 PM
Tuesday, May 1, 2007
It's another new month and Post Awards is here again to serve you great posts from around the blogosphere in any topic.
Zolved.com becomes the first winner for the month of May with a post on how to enhance your Skype experience. The internet telephony company Skype has been a very valuable resource since it came to the scene and now there are tools to make the product more suitable to your needs and Zolved.com presents them in this nice post.
Posted by Henry Marcos at 10:42 PM