By now, you know about online file transfer services like YouSendIt. No? TransferBigFiles.comups the free file size limit to 2 GB, and they offer a client program that speeds up transfers which is good, because lugging around files this size is sure to take up a good chunk of time.  What I find interesting is […]

Today, videos of front and side impact tests from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety were made available online. They are being hosted by Consumer Reports. Links that may be helpful when researching auto safety include: Consumer Reports Crash Test Videos National Highway Traffic Safety Administration Insurance Institute for Highway Safety automobile […]

Very simple. Sign up at Anywhere.FM. Upload your music (MP3’s only). Access your music from anywhere on the net. More info and a screenshot at Lifehacker. audio music sound Website

George Colony, the CEO at Forrester Research, has a great article, written in plain english, on why Web 2.0 has changed the business-customer relationship. Highlights include: Having a conversation with customers Web sites are almost always poorly designed Will your customer recommend your business to a friend? Customers have way more power Great marketing works […]

Sending a picture of your lovely daughter is a great idea until your email program gags on that 2.5 MB file.  Or maybe you’ve just finished that PowerPoint file only to realize that you chocked it full of 27 MB worth of images. These, as well as many other, problems can be addressed with a very good, […]

The primaries are 6 months away. This presidential election is shaping up to be one of the wildest and unpredictable in recent history. eBizMBA has listed the most popular, based on Google page rank, inbound links, and visitor counts. Check the list and see if you can find a site or sites to sharpen your […]

Today, the United States Census Bureau launched a new Web site to help businesses understand the economic census and how it benefits them. The site includes economic snapshots of selected industries and business facts and ratios about every industry. The data can also be filtered by state, county, metro area, and city. The economic census is conducted every […]

Take a look at this awesome example of virtual reality. It is built on Papervision3D which is an open source 3D engine for the Flash platform. The group that makes the technology has a blog here. More about Papervision3D on Wikipedia.

It’s time to heat up your hot dog stand business and get a domain name. Since you know that “” and “” are not available, you’ll have to come up with some combination of words to get a memorable name that conveys the essence of your your delectable treats. Instead of spending hours trying out combination […]

The Transformers movie, starts at 4:30. If you aren’t from Los Angeles, you may think that going from Santa Monica to Westwood would take you 10-15 minutes. You’d be wrong. Locals will tell you that 40-50 minutes is more realistic and, until now, Google Maps had the drive time listed at 10 minutes. Now, there’s […]

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