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5/23/2007

What's going on in the Twitter world

TweetVolume is a frequency search engine of sorts, giving you feedback, by way of graphical representation, how many times your search term has shown up on Twitter.

Twitter is the serivce where you can talk with yourself. The words shown up on Twitter indicate some different and significative things. Let's do some tests using TweetVolume. And you can compare this with google search.

1. happy, sad, smile, cry, sleep

Most peoples are happy. So please join in twitter, you can meet happy people and that will make you happy too. Smile is equal to cry almostly. At last, sleep is the important thing.

2. Peace vs War

This is not a peace world. Never be. Oh my God!
3. Man, woman, people, dog, cat

I'm sad to say that the twitter world is out of balance on sex. And be happy that the cats are more popular than the dogs. I have three cats :_)

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My web2.0 desktop

As one web2.0 geek, web2.0 icons use one half of desktop dock. Often, the number to click them is larger than others.



The larger version on the Flickr will, where appropriate, let you mouseover for the name and a link, but I’ll save you the trouble of a click by repeating the links below.



You can download the dock icons from my box.

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5/22/2007

Zoho Notebook

As written in ReadWriteWeb, "With Zoho Notebook, you can create many different types of content - such as text, image, audio, video, drawings, RSS feeds. It's also a content aggregator (including HTML content from web, Zoho Writer doc, Zoho Sheet spreadsheet etc) and has impressive collaboration features. While content aggregation and collaboration are almost mandatory these days in a Web Office product, it's the variety of content you can aggregate and collaborate over that is impressive in Zoho Notebook." Zoho Notebook is really one perfect online product. It's valuable to try out.

I made one "twitter page", and share it http://notebook.zoho.com/nb/public/terababy/page/2880000000003129

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5/21/2007

Embed Flickr Slideshows

flickrSLiDR allows you to easily embed the classic flickr slideshows on your website or blog. All you need to do is enter the flickr URL address of the user, photo set or group you would like to embed along with some options. You'll receive the HTML embed code in return. More.



This is created with my flickr photos. It's cool!

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Movie with Script: The Machine is Us/ing Us



1. HTML

typing "Text is unilinear."
.... Text is said to be unilinear.
.... Text is offen said to be uniliear.
.... Text is unilinear when written on paper.
.... Digital text is different.
.... Digital text is more flexible.
.... Digital text is moveable.
.... Digital text is above all ... hyper.
.... Digital hypertext is above all ....
.... hypertext can link
.... here
.... here
.... or here...
.... virtually anywhere
.... anywhere virtually
.... anywhere virtual
to site: waybackmachine
and typing http://yahoo.com
and click button "Take Me Back"
in the search result, click "Oct 17, 1996" link
to site: yahoo on Oct 17, 1996,
right-click anywhere and click "View Source"
typing "Most early websites where written in HTML."
..... "HTML was designed to define the structure of a web document."
..... "p is a structural element referring to 'Paragraph'"
..... "LI is a structural element referring to 'List Item'"
..... "As HTML expanded, more elements were added."
..... "including stylistic elements"
..... " like "b" for bold"
..... " and "i" for italics"
..... " such elements defined how content would be formatted"
..... " In other words form and content became inseparable in HTML."
Digital Text can do better.
Form and context can be separated.

2. XML
to site: cnn.com, clicking "rss" link in the bottom,
then select any rss link,
right-click anywhere and click "View Source",
typing "XML was designed to do just that.
..... "title" does not define the form. It defines the content.
..... same with "link"
..... and "description"
..... and virtually all other elements in this document.
..... They describe the content, not the form.
..... So the data can be exported,
..... free of formatting constraints.
to site: netvibes and focus and widget "CNN",
then some widgets fly here to there
to site: google,
typing "With form separated from content, users did not need to know complicated code to upload content to web.",
then click "I'm Feeling Lucky" button.

to site: blogger Dashboard, click "Create a Blog" link
to page: blogger-create a blog, typing blog title "Beyond Etext", typing blog address "http://beyondtext.blogspot.com"
to page: choose a template
to page: Your blog has been created!

to site: http://beyondtext.blogspot.com, focus on the post "hello world"
to site: cnet.com - news module, there is one news with title "There's a blog born every half second"
to site: one unknown site, typing "and it's not just text ..." click button "Search",
to site: youtube, and focus on video "YOUTUBERS"
to site: flickr and focus on "Upload Photos" menu
to site: Google,
typing "XML facilitates automated data exchange"
...... "two sites can "mash" data together"
...... "flickr maps", click "I'm Feeling Lucky" button
to site: flickr map, click some pink circles


3. Web2.0

to browser firefox search box, and typing "Who will organize all of this data?"
to browser firefox, click "tag" button(the extension on del.icio.us", popup one window to add one bookmark, typing "anthropology web2.0" in tags, then OK
to browser firefox search box, and typing "I will", "You will."
to site: Google, typing "XML + U and Me create a database-backed web"
"a database-backed web is different"
"the web is different"
"we are the web"
to site: wired,
focus one article with title "We Are the Web",
and focus text
"When we post and then tag pictures, we are teaching the Machine.
Each time we forge a link, we teach it an idea.
Think of the 100 billion times per day humans click on a Web page, teaching the Machine".
select "the Machine", right-click and popup one menu, select "Digo"-> "Highlight and Sticky note, popup one window,
typing "the machine is using us"
..... "the machine is us"
..... "Digital text is no longer just linking information ..."
..... "Hypertext is no longer just linking information ..."
..... "The web is longer just linking information ..."
..... "The web is linking people ..."
..... "Web2.0 is linking people ..."
..... "... people sharing, trading, and collaborating"
to site: wikipedia, focus one article with title "Web 2.0", click "edit this page"
typing "We'll need to rethink a few thinkgs ..."
"We'll need to rethink copyright, authorship, identity, ethics, aesthetics, rhetorics, governance, privacy, commerce, love, family, ourselves."

4.
final text
"by Michael Wesch, Assistant professor of Cultural Anthropology, Kansas State University".
Some professional link for him:
http://www.ksu.edu/sasw/anthro/wesch.htm
http://www.youtube.com/profile?user=mwesch

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Feedshake with lifehack


Web site FeedShake is a feed merging tool that lets you put several different RSS/Atom feeds together in one master feed. I have some rss subscription on lifehack. Today I merged them in feedshake with url: http://feedshake.com/rss/r9jbnpkc.rss
But it doesn't work anyway. I don't know the reason.

Here is the rss list:
http://www.43folders.com/feed/
http://www.apartmenttherapy.com/atom.xml
http://feeds.feedburner.com/blogtrepreneur
http://feeds.feedburner.com/CareerRamblings
http://gtd.marvelz.com/blog/feed/
http://gtdwannabe.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default
http://feeds.feedburner.com/HomeBizBlogger
http://feeds.feedburner.com/lifeclever
http://del.icio.us/rss/tag/lifehack
http://api.flickr.com/services/feeds/groups_pool.gne?id=44553389@N00&format=atom
http://community.lifehack.org/node/feed
http://www.lifehack.org/feed/
http://feeds.gawker.com/lifehacker/full
http://hwebbjr.typepad.com/openloops/rss.xml
http://feeds.feedburner.com/ProductiveStrategy
http://feeds.feedburner.com/realsimple/updates
http://feeds.feedburner.com/SuccessFromTheNest
http://feeds.feedburner.com/TheCrankingWidgetsBlog
http://feeds.feedburner.com/typepad/thedailysaint/my_weblog
http://feeds.feedburner.com/To-done
http://ttgtd.blogspot.com/feeds/posts/default
http://feeds.feedburner.com/unclutterer
http://feeds.feedburner.com/WhatsTheNextAction
http://feeds.feedburner.com/younggogetter
http://zenhabits.net/feed/atom/

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5/20/2007

Follow me: Make firefox more screen space

1. Use small icons in Toolbars

1.1 mouse left -click toolbar, select "Customize"

2.2 check "Use small icons"

2 Use the extension "Personal Menu" to hide(like IE7) or tiny menu, details follow here

Tips: Ctrl + Shift + Alt + S to recall Menu

2.1 Right-click on menu


2.2 This is the result, cool!

3 Make firefox full screen by pressing F11, but with a location/toolbar and a tab

4 Make firefox full screen without the remain bar using the extension “FullerScreen”, details follow here

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5/19/2007

Say hello world to column "follow me"

Every day, I read many articles about lifehack and GTD via rss reader and blog. It isn't enough to read them. And it is unfair to say good or bad before not doing as them. So I decide to follow them to do. With time pass away, the benefit and fault will appear. I will write some articles to log them and named them "follow me" by tag.

Is it one good idear? Please discuss with me about it.

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