[How Stuff Works]
[Web Style Guide]
- 23 April 2007 - Amber Walker showed us how to find out more about
ourselves through art at
Draw a Pig, which she found by going through
- 18 April 2007 - Kelly Choi showed us
Cyworld, another version of a social
- 16 April 2007 - Jeff Salisbury showed us
mysignup.com, an online tool that permits you
to use a server for online database support.
- 02-09 April 2007 - we were too involved in databases to do starters
- 28 March 2007 - Erich Sechler showed us
Resnet, a place where he, Hong, and
Lindsay work, and where those of you all who live in the dorms can get help
when you need it.
- 26 March 2007 - Kathryn Roth showed us the
Urban Dictionary, "a
slang dictionary with your definitions", and a way for users to participated
in the process of developing the body of work.
- 21 March 2007 - Ben Posey showed us his social networking site and the bracketology contest it offers
- 19 March 2007 - Catherine Kronk introduced us to
Creative Commons, a non-profit
that offers an alternative to full copyright.
- 07 March 2007 - Ashley Clayton showed us
Peekvid , a site where one can see
TV and movie clips, possibly even full-length ones.
- 05 March 2007 - Patrick Loyd showed us
ChapelThrill, a site designed by a friend of
his. It is very similar to the one that Jeff Salisbury showed us on 12
February, probably because both designers had the same ideas and both sites
have useful features.
- 28 February 2007 - despite the fact that she had showed us something
earlier, I "volunteered" Lindsay Grove to show us
Musicovery, a really interesting
way to link together music into listening threads. There seems to be a lot to
discover about this site and their methodology.
- 26 February 2007 - Mary Peters showed us
Fark, a site that adds commentary and a different slant to the news of
- 21 February 2007 - we had two today
- Mia Barnes showed us a music download service
- Taron Mattocks showed us how
UNC is watching how we use downloaded
music on their systems
- 19 February 2007 - John Weis introduced us to
del.icio.us, a social networking tool and
to one of his bookmarks, a
about Google's "plans".
- 14 February 2007 - Jeff Salibury showed us
iTarheel, a site whose original concept
came from a student project
- 12 February 2007 - Ben Grafchik showed us
a place where we can make a
wager on just about anything.
- 07 February 2007 - Park Denning showed us an example of a
million-pixel image map.
- 05 February 2007 - Brock Pursley was dragooned into doing the starter,
but he showed us a site that can do
wonders for our hand-eye coordination
- 31 January 2007 - Daniel Miaolo showed us
a site that offers
inspiration, of a sort.
- 29 January 2007 - Robert Shoemake showed us how we can tell who
should support at this weekend's Super Bowl. Robert is for the
Indianapolis Colts, but for some of us geezers, the real Colts are still
ones from Baltimore.
- 24 January 2007 - Hong Fan introduced us to
20Q, "the neural net on the Internet."
Another variation on the same theme is
Guess the Character which
also asserts to learn from the input of participants.
- 22 January 2007 - Darin Dillehunt spoke to us about
anyone (who is well-behaved) can edit an article and
those who just want to have fun can do something similar.
- 17 January 2007 - Lindsay Grove showed us
Workrave, a site that has
tools to help us avoid Repetitive Stress Injuries.
- 10 January 2007 - Spencer Smith (from the previous class) showed us
Orb 2.0 and mycasting,
how to stream radio and TV to our computers, even to our cell phones.