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Jaime Vinicius Barros - The Web Experiment

Jaime Vinicius Barros - The Web Experiment
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2008-06-10 09:46:00
 » original news Full Article - Browser Based JavaScript Framework
2008-06-10 08:02:00
What it doesSproutCore is an open source JavaScript framework. It uses little code and can be used to build thick client applications within your web browser; in fact, SproutCore apps run entirely in your web browser and they often can run without server support. This leaves the server open for other developments. SproutCore incorporates visual ...
More About: Javascript , Browser , Framework - A Traveller?s Travel Site
2008-06-10 07:41:00
What it doesNew travel site IWannaGoThere gives users a glimpse into foreign lands with insight from other globetrotters. The site is a mix of user submitted photos and descriptions and a travel planner. Once you sign up, you can add destinations and routes to your own account; first you??ll have to pick a specific country ...
More About: Travel , Site , Traveller - The Film Makers? Video Community
2008-06-10 07:26:00
What it doesOpenFilm , which has recently opened its beta to the public, is forging a new video community featuring top quality, premium content. It has both a video library and a suite of social networking tools allowing young film makers and artists to connect and collaborate. The site has also developed its own web video ...
More About: Video , Community , Makers
Zoom In on Your Monitor to Track Progress Across the Room [Mac Tip]
2008-06-10 01:00:00
Next time you’re burning a DVD, downloading a large file, or extracting a multi-gigabyte file and don’t want to sit at your computer staring at the progress meter, use your Mac’s built-in screen zoom feature to keep your progress bar visible from across the room. As we’ve shown you before, you can quickly zoom in ...
More About: Zoom , Monitor , Track , Progress , Room
Keep-a-Cable Manages Your Desktop Cord Clutter [Stuff We Like]
2008-06-10 00:00:00
Wrangle your desktop cables with the cheap but effective Keep-a-Cable plastic cable organizers. The Keep-a-Cable attaches to the edge of your desk and holds onto and organizes your loose cables. Best of all, it’s probably the cheapest solution of its kind that we’ve seen, for as little as $12 for a 10-pack of 5-wire holders ...
More About: Desktop , Stuff , Clutter , Cord
iPhone 3G and MobileMe: Our Thoughts and Yours [Snap Judgment]
2008-06-09 23:24:00
Apple CEO Steve Jobs announced several new Apple products and developments today—most notably, what we can expect from the iPhone 2.0 firmware, the new .Mac replacement MobileMe, and, of course, the new 3G iPhone. Now that we’ve all had a little time to digest what we saw, we’re taking a look at what these announcements ...
More About: Iphone , Thoughts , Snap , Judgment - Mobile Signals Tell Where?s Hot
2008-06-09 22:19:00
What it doesHere??s another cool app that??ll either make you salivate or quiver in fear of the Orwellian implications. CitySense is a new downloadable application for your Blackberry (iPhone coming soon) that let??s you find out where the party??s at. How? This is the Orwellian bit. CitySense uses technology from its parent company Macrosense which ...
More About: Mobile
John?s Background Switcher Automatically Swaps Your Desktop Wallpaper [Feat
2008-06-09 22:00:00
Windows only: Freeware application John ’s Background Switcher automatically switches your desktop wallpaper at regular intervals using photos from your desktop or from online photo services, ranging from Flickr to Picasa to Yahoo image search. We’ve covered this application once before, but it’s been updated significantly since then with support for more web services and way ...
More About: Desktop , Wallpaper , Feat
How to Make a Video Without A Camera
2008-06-09 21:55:00
Learn how to make a video that you can post on social medial sites WITHOUT using a video Camera . Full Article
More About: Video , Make - An Adobe Client for Plazes
2008-06-09 21:53:00
What it doesYou may have heard of Plazes a new social web-on-the-go site where you can share your whereabouts with your favorite friends and family. So if you’re in need of a pick me up after work, connect to Plazes and let them know you want to go out. All your contacts can respond if and when they’ll meet you. You can check out their locations in real time too. Now there’s a new desktop client for Plazes called Klinkr created by a group of “five guys and a girl”. Klinkr uses the Adobe Air Platform and has a number of useful features. You can access all of your Plazes contacts on your desktop and see where they are and what they’re doing via Google Maps. It also utilizes Intelligent Clearing so you can see where you are in relation to your friends. And it works on PC and Macs. It’s free too.In their own words“klinkr is a desktop client for Plazes, based on the Adobe AIR platform”Why it might be a killerKlinkr is a handy too...
More About: Client - Convert Audio-Video Clips for Mobile
2008-06-09 19:59:00
What it doesTxt60 is an easy to use web-based application for converting a variety of video and sound formats to mobile-friendly files. Convert wav, mp3, mp2, avi, mpg, mp4, mov, wmv, flv and any video from YouTube. No registration is required, simply upload the file you’d like to convert, wait a few seconds, and then receive a link to your finished file. Next, point your phone’s browser to followed by the file extension link you are sent and you will be able to download the file to your phone. To convert YouTube videos, simply copy the link into the browser instead of finding the file on your computer. Other customizable settings are also available and include the ability to lower recording quality to save space.In their own words“You can upload files with a maximum size of 100 MB and with the following extensions: Audio : wav, mp3, mp2, ogg, Video : avi, mpg, mp4, 3gp, mov, wmv, flv. Also you can enter any link of videos from YouTube.”Why it might...
More About: Mobile , Video Clips , Clips - Share Your Kids Photos
2008-06-09 19:05:00
What it doesTotspot is a well-designed site that allows you to securely share photos, videos, stories and anything else related to your child, with friends and family members. Simply register and then start uploading your images and videos and ask friends and family to contribute as well. Your page will not be public so you don’t have to worry about people you don’t know having access to the page. Think of Totspot as a place where you can tell your child’s ongoing story to friends and family and ensure that you never forget the precious stories that make up your child’s early years without having to worry about those photos being viewed by strangers.In their own words“TotSpot is a place for parents to publish a page about their kids and share with family and friends. It’s part online babybook, parent journal, and social network.”Why it might be a killerSocial networks are a great way of sharing photos and life experience in general but t...
More About: Kids , Photos , Share
Steve Jobs Keynote Live Roundup [Live Blogging The Live Blogs]
2008-06-09 18:30:00
This morning at 10AM Steve Jobs will take the stage at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference to unveil the iPhone 2.0 and its new App Store, along with any number of other untold goodies. Will the iPhone still be worth jailbreaking? Will better iPhone location-awareness really change your life? Only the Stevenote will tell. Unlike our brave brothers in gadgetry, we Lifehacker editors will not be packing into a small room with hundreds of sweaty nerds to hear the Jobsian edicts in person. We will, however, be sitting home in our pajamas appreciating all the work that tech reporter soldiers on the front lines will be doing. In pants. For your convenience, we’ll be summing it up here as they go. Photo by Gizmodo. Starting right now and going through Jobs’ 10AM keynote on this very post, we’ll be live blogging the live blogging from the likes of Gizmodo, Macworld, MacRumors, Ars Technica, Engadget, TechCrunch, and TUAW, highlighting the good stuff, and giving th...
More About: Keynote , Steve Jobs , Blogging - Keeping Your Lists In Check
2008-06-09 18:18:00
What it doesTo help organize our crazy lives some of us make lists. There are: grocery lists, event lists, lists of the music we want to download, our lives are full of lists. Sometimes we have so many lists that they are no longer useful. helps users keep their lists organized so that they continue to be useful. has many tools which help users keep organized and re format their lists. You can make your lists concise and neat by removing white space and duplicates. Users can sort their lists alphabetically or numerically. You can add and remove labels change the case of the words. has many tools so you can make your list exactly the way you want it. Once you have made your list perfect you can save and print your list. Keep your lists organized at their own words”Sort, Reformat, and Clean-Up your Lists ! “Why it might be a has an attractive interface. The application has many different too...
More About: Check - Banks Bid For You
2008-06-09 18:02:00
What it doesIf you are in the market for a new CD or high yield account and want to make sure you get the best rate on the market, MoneyAisle is the place to go. Simply go to MoneyAisle, register yourself, and then choose which type of account you’d like to open up and what area of the United States you are in. Click “Start” and a live auction begins, where all participating banks bid on having you as their next customer. After a couple of minutes MoneyAisle check for the best bid and then contacts all of the other bidding banks to see if they’d like to improve their initial bid. Finally, after just a couple of minutes you receive the best bid and can choose whether to accept it or not.In their own words“Banks bid in live auctions for your business. It’s free, safe and easy. Auctions on demand, 24/7. Watch banks bid in real-time. Results in a couple of minutes. No advertisers: fair for everyone.”Why it might be a killerPeople will like the... - Online Video Marketplace
2008-06-09 17:54:00
What it has just invested in The Talk Market, the newest way to sell goods online. The Talk Market is a video market place, meaning instead of using pictures and text to explain goods for sale online, The Talk Market uses an infomercial-style tactic to deliver information. Online videos convey info to curious potential buyers, making the website an internet version of television shopping networks. Users can browse through various shopping categories, or complete their own search. In addition to having the option to watch a video on the various products, users also are provided with price, shipping and handling charges, and additional basic product information.In their own words“With the public beta launch in 2008, The Talk Market is a television shopping channel hosted by you! Anyone with a product to sell can upload a video featuring their product and be a part of our unique and entertaining marketplace. The Talk Market was founded by television shopping channe...
More About: Video , Online Video , Marketplace - Vast Video Search Engine
2008-06-09 17:28:00
What it doesVideo is a search site that checks out over 100 video sites at once to provide users with a large array of videos from a specific search. Sites searched include the biggies, like YouTube and MySpace, and some of the smaller players too, like StupidVideo and ShowMeHowTo. Users click on the site they wish to search, having the option to select all of the video search engines, if they so choose. Because so many different sources are consulted, search results are varied and vast. The process is also consolidated and effort is drastically reduced, seeing as all the work is brought into one single location.In their own wordsWhy it might be a is a fantastic and effortless search engine for finding literally any video on the web. Tons of sites are searched, giving the users a great array of possibilities. The site is basic, however, and additional features and graphics are virtually nonexistent.Some questionsHow can the site be graphically enhan...
More About: Search , Search Engine , Engine , Vast - Add Comments to Images
2008-06-09 17:24:00
What it doesFinetuna is an easy to use web-based application that allows you to add text comments to any image and share with others by email. To share, either send the edited image by email or just send a link to the URL. No registration is required to use FineTuna and it is completely free. Just go to, upload the image you’d like to insert comments to, and then write whatever notes or comments that you’d like. The application is also available as a Firefox plug-in which makes it even easier to comment on your images on the fly. Your comments are inserted in clean bubbles which makes the finished product appear a bit like a comic strip.In their own words“Upload an image or design above. Add your comments. Send image & comments by email or simply copy & paste a link.”Why it might be a killerFineTuna is really easy to use and the fact that they don’t even require registration could make this a popular tool for people looking to co...
More About: Images , Comments - Stay On Top of Twitter When It’s Down
2008-06-09 17:07:00
What it doesTwitter addicts, this one’s for you. Twiddict, a new Twitter support service, allows users to check whether is up and running or not. Twiddict continuously pings over to the Twitter API, hammering back to see if the site is down. As soon as Twitter is back on its feet, Twiddict sends the users a message letting them know is well once again in Twitterland. While the site is down, users can post their comments on Twiddict and have them saved. Users just have to specify who they are, and from there, Twiddict will publish the posts to the appropriate user’s account. Of course, Twitter users can log in to their Twitter account right from the Twiddict homepage.In their own words“We love Twitter. We hate when it’s down. If you’re addicted to Twitter as well, tweet your heart out through Twiddict and avoid life-changing withdrawal symptoms during Twitter downtime. We’ll make sure your tweets end up where they belong.”Why it...
More About: Stay
Best Online Language Tools for Word Nerds [Language]
2008-06-09 17:00:00
When you need a word’s definition, translation, pronunciation, synonym, or antonym, you don’t have to haul an enormous tome from the bookshelf, dust it off, and ruffle through its delicate pages like your grandparents used to do—you can just hop on the internet. Beside the standard-issue dictionary and spellchecker offered by most word processors and operating systems, there are several web-based language tools at your disposal that can get you just the information you need. Let’s take a look at some of the best online language tools for word nerds and regular people who just want to say that word correctly in conversation. Online Dictionary and Thesaurus Webapps You already know that Google can give you definitions in search results—try it, search for define thesaurus—but there are a few other dictionary webapps besides the obvious that can also get you your definition fix (often with pretty pictures!). Definr is a super-fast, su...
More About: Tools , Word , Language - Search for Basic Stock Info
2008-06-09 16:46:00
What it is a simple lookup site to search for Reuters codes, Bloomberg codes, and ISIN codes. It also offers direct links to financial calendars of all major stocks. Users simply enter in the company they wish to search into the search field, or browse the alphabetical list of companies already provided. then provides a list of the codes and financial calendars, as well as links to the entered company website. Users can submit their own stock information to be posted on the site. By filling out a straight-forward upload form directly on the site, they can request to have that stock added to the directory.In their own wordsWhy it might be a is basic, though well-organized. Users can simply and quickly find the information they need. However, the list of stocks provided is somewhat small. A wide variety of stocks would add to the site’s information content.Some questionsWhat other stocks should be added? What additional ...
More About: Search , Info , Stock , Basic
Suggest.Name - Create Your Site’s Domain Name
2008-06-09 16:46:00
What it doesThere are so many websites and it can be very difficult to come up with an original domain name for your site. SuggestName is a Web 2.0 name generator which helps users find available names for their Web 2.0 site. Using SuggestName is quite simple. The application gives you a prefix and suffix column. If you have a name that you want included in your domain name you can add it to the prefix or suffix column. SuggestName also gives users options for both the prefix and suffix columns. For the prefix column you can choose from categories such as: colors, tech, tiny, etc… The suffix column has categories such as: bugs, places, roads, tech, etc….. You combine the prefix and suffix and you get a list of results. From the list of results you can choose the one you like the most and check to see if it is available. SuggestName brings you to dotster which is a site that checks the availability of domain names. SuggestName gives users many suggestions so users can fi...
More About: Domain , Domain Name , Create
Wipe File Offers Custom Levels of Deletion Paranoia [Featured Windows Downl
2008-06-09 16:41:00
Windows only: Secure file deletion utility Wipe File is a one-purpose program that lets you choose how many times a file on your hard drive is erased, written over, then deleted over and over. The convenience comes in its ability to run from its own folder on a thumb drive, as well as the options you have for deletion cycles, with notations as to what various agencies (like the Department of Defense or NATO) use as their standards. The program is German native, but head to the Extras menu to switch it over to English. Wipe File is a free download for Windows systems only; check out Wipe Disc if you’re looking for whole-sale erasure for a computer or drive transfer. Wipe File [via Download Squad] Full Article
More About: Windows , Offers , Featured
Follow Apple WWDC Twitters on Summize [Wwdc]
2008-06-09 16:17:00
The not-quite-99.9%-uptime service Twitter plans to bulk up for today’s Worldwide Developers Conference at Apple HQ. If it holds, you can watch near-real-time iPhone buzz at previously-mentioned Summize. [via] Full Article
Hide MP3s in a Flickr Image [How To]
2008-06-09 16:00:00
The Digital Inspiration blog hits upon a pretty nifty use of a file-hiding technique we’ve shown here before, to share MP3s with a select group of friends, or even embed a related sound file inside a photograph. Using Flickr ’s easy photo-sharing and a command-line trick, you can create a JPG file that anyone can download and, once renamed as a .mp3 file, plays in any music player. For more file-hiding fun, check out our feature on easy steganography tools. Yes, You Can Upload MP3 Music Files to Flickr [Digital Inspiration] Full Article
More About: Image , Hide - Groceries Delivered to Your Door
2008-06-09 15:46:00
What it doesGopherGrocery is an online shopping portal that allows you to pick out your groceries and have them delivered to your door the next day. The site currently services the Twin Cities area and deliveries of over $100 are free of charge. The interface for selecting groceries is pretty standard; search by product or category and see small-thumbnail images of the products before purchasing. The portal seems to contain just about everything that you’d expect from a grocery store and it is easy to search through and find what you require. In case you aren’t lucky enough to work from home, you can also select the time that you’d like your groceries delivered at within a window of one hour.In their own words“Welcome to Gopher Grocery! Order today, get groceries tomorrow. Start shopping and enjoy the Gopher Grocery experience, where groceries arrive fresh and fast and delivery costs less than a gallon of gas!”Why it might be a killerWhy bother going...
More About: Groceries , Door - Save Your Links For Later
2008-06-09 15:34:00
What it doesThere is only so much time in day and there isn’t enough time to look at all your favorite content. allows you to save links that you are interested in looking at but don’t have the time to look at now. Using is easy no installation required, first you must sign up which takes no time at all then you can begin to save your links to Save all of the links you like and then when you have some time to come back to them you can visit and look at all of your links. makes it easy for you to manage your links all of your links are organized by the date they were saved. You can also organize your links by adding tags which will help make your search easier and there are screenshots of your link so you can remember exactly what the link was. You even have the ability to star special links that are your favorite or important to you. You can also sigh up to get your friends’ links so you can ...
More About: Links
The Maker’s Notebook Is a DIYer’s Paper Multi-Tool [Office Supplies Fet
2008-06-09 15:30:00
Our friends over at Make magazine have a new toy in their store: the Maker’s Notebook , a handy journal and references notebook for DIYers, complete with numbered graph paper pages and a two-page ruled Table of Contents. From the Makers: Put your own ideas, diagrams, calculations & notes down in these 150 pages of engineering graph paper. We’ve also included 20 bonus pages of reference material, from useful stuff like electronics symbols, resistor codes, weights and measures, basic conversions and more, to really useful stuff like the amount of caffeine in different caffeinated beverages and how to say “Hello, World!” in various computer languages. The Maker’s Notebook will set you back $20, not too bad for its class of designer notebooks. Maker’s Notebook [Maker Shed] Full Article
More About: Office , Tool , Multi , Supplies - Travel Planning and Vacation Guide
2008-06-09 15:23:00
What it doesThe next time you are in need of some travel ideas, tips and planning advice, check out Travel Muse which is part online travel magazine and part trip planner. The site is currently in beta mode and could be expanding but it is currently focused on package deals and not on more “off-the-beaten-track” experiences. If you are looking at going on vacation and are on a shoestring, TravelMuse does have some great tools to offer. Simply enter your location, your budget, and the types of things you like to do, and TravelMuse will suggest destinations and hotels in your price range. There are also lots of original articles on the site about various destinations if you aren’t sure exactly where to go and these are tied to a “get inspired” box—depending on what you enter in the box, TravelMuse will suggest articles that might inspire you enough to decide on the location of your next vacation.In their own words“Whether you are looking for ...
More About: Planning , Vacation , Guide
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