Not many people know that many security camera are actually accessible online. Its not legal to access cameras like this, but if you should be compelled to try write (inurl:"viewerFrame?mode=") in google and have a look.
Human Clock: This website was created to help people tell time in a more human, personal manner. Here’s how it works: people from all over the world submit photos of numbers representing the time. The website currently includes 7,169 photos, submitted by people from all over the world. When we checked at 9:47am, it had a photo of a guy from DeKalb, IL with stickers on his face saying 9:47. When we checked back at 9:50, there was a photo of two guys from Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk, Russia holding up a sign that said 9:50. Anyone can submit a photo. www.humanclock.com
The Baby Name Wizard’s NameVoyager is an interactive portrait of America’s name choices. Start with a "sea" of nearly 5000 names. Type a letter, and you’ll zoom in to focus on how that initial has been used over the past century. Then type a few more letters, or a name. Each stripe is a timeline of one name, its width reflecting the name’s changing popularity. If a name intrigues you, click on its stripe for a closer look.
Migo transforms any PC into your PC
With Migo software you can bring your personal computing environment with you:
Email: Access, send, and receive email from your Outlook® account from anywhere. Calendar and Contacts: Carry your Outlook calendar, contacts, notes, and tasks wherever you go. Internet Settings: Bring your Internet favorites, browsing history, and cookies with you at all times. Files and Folders: Automatically carry the most current version of your important documents – arranged and organized the way you like it. Desktop Settings: Your personal computer settings – bring your icons, shortcuts, even your desktop wallpaper with you. Multiple Profiles: Create unique profiles for your multiple computer environments: home, office, school, etc.
Migo software is available for iPod® mobile digital devices or pre-loaded on USB flash drives in 64MB, 256MB, 512MB, and 1GB configurations.
MusicPlasma lets you search on any band or artist and it returns a family tree-like display with other bands or musicians closely related to the original search term.
For instance, put in Coldplay and artists like Radiohead, Travis, White Stripes and the Strokes pop up. Enter Madonna and the obvious come up: J.Lo, Britney, Justin, Christina, Kylie and any number of first-name pop stars (not really sure how George Strait’s related though).
It’s like six degrees of separation for music, but things here are more closely related. At first, the search may seem a little daunting, but after the first or second try, you may find yourself addicted. For fun, click on an artist’s sphere and change the display again.
The navigation is kind of tricky– – if you click on something in the right or left portion of the screen, the entire sphere of artists moves and it’s not that easy to center it again. Plus, if you put a newer artist into the search, you tend to stump the intelligence.
It’’s not entirely intuitive, but the colorful bubbles are fun to look at.