Posted on Monday, May 26th, 2008 by Shachar Pessis
WorldWide Telescope – Do you want to see the Earth from the same perspective that astronauts see as they descend to Earth? How about taking a 5 minute break and viewing a panorama of a different city? The WorldWide Telescope (WWT) is a visualization software environment that enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope – bringing together imagery from the best ground and space-based telescopes in the world for a seamless exploration of the universe. Install WWT and start your explorations.
RealMilitary Flix – What made the birth of warfare possible was the emergence of societies. The beauty of the various societies is the cultural diverseness which has brought our world to what it is today however the same diverseness causes WAR. Unfortunately, war has always been here and will always will be here. Real Military Flix features a wide range (World War I, World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm and the Invasion of Iraq) of exclusive war videos, the collections is quite impressing. However, the site claims it is the world’s largest on-line military film and video, with such a statement I wish they would have extended their war variety to places such as: The Six-Day War, World War 3, Cocaine War. And for you game lovers they have included a special section that offers only War Games.
Blip – If you use Twitter, you can think of it like Twitter for music. However, in this case it means you have a true value for following people. If you don’t know what Twitter is, think of it like a never ending playlist that you and your friends build in real-time, and you know why they picked each song. I am truly excited, this is the essence of web 2.0 – combining music and social network together. This service has just launched and as much as I am excited, I encountered many flaws that should be resolved. The service isn’t intuitive enough, it takes a while before you get around. As well, too many links lead me to pages that have nothing to do with the core idea – sharing and following music. Yo Guys (Blip creators)!!! Please keep it simple – Less is More !! Follow me as I would love to share my fave music with you, I promise to update periodically.
FreeAdvice – Lawyers are kinda like woman – You can’t live with them however you can’t live without them. Freeadvice is here to simplify our legal choices, Freeadvice offers most useful, easy-to-understand, comprehensive and balanced legal information to consumers and small businesses. It helps people and businesses find answers to their legal questions and solutions to their legal problems. The legal content is prepared and updated by nationally renown specialists at dozens of leading American law firms so you can be sure you are in good hands. Thinking of buying a home? Check thoroughly before proceeding to the checkout.
RecipeZaar – Many people who visit AllMyFaves contact us and ask – How come you don’t have a recipes faveline. Well guys it is on its way. In the mean time we occasionally recommend recipes/cooking sites such as: Open Source Food, Mestolando, CookThink, Familyoven, iFoods.tv and Rouxbe. The previous sites might be more web 2.0 and more slick than Recipezaar however the strength of Recipezaar comes from the wide range of recipes to search from and a strong community. The only thing I can’t understand is why they are charging for a Premium membership. My philosophy is that services on the net should be offered for free, I am sure they make enough money from the ads they have on the site.
DayLife – More news than ever before is available to us every day online. Yet finding and understanding the complete story can be difficult. Too many sources and too much work. DayLife simplifies it by gathering news from thousands of news sources across the world and organizing it into a landscape of related stories, quotes and images of every perspective. Roman Abramovich, Why are you sad? Check latest photos aggregated on DayLife.
Instant RimShot – A rimshot is the sound produced by hitting the rim and the head of a drum at once, with a drum stick. Rimshots are usually played to produce a more accented note, and are typically played loudly. A Rimshot is usually used in order to accentuate the punchline of a joke. So tell your friends a joke and accompany it with a rimshot. Feeling red, check our previous red button – don’t press it.
MUTO – This is phenomenal. The amount of imagination, time and sheer determination it would have taken to get it done is unbelievable. Muto has been created by Blu – An Italian Artist Specializing in Murals and Urban Design. After enjoying this ambiguous animation painted on the public walls of Buenos Aires, make sure to visit his blog in order to suck in some more of his genius skills.