“You must enter your real birthday to register.”
The online form is refusing to process my registration and has given me a gentle rap on the knuckles. In the birthday field I’d entered the oldest available date — January 1, 1910 (If it’s not a financial institute or a government website, I don’t like entering [...]
Listen up, surf potatoes! You might remember a few issues ago when good ol’ Marvin Leach hepped ya to the good samaritan goings on at thehungersite.com, where a simple click translates into staple food donated to the United Nations World Food Programme by the site sponsors.
(Side note to all you doubting Tom, Dick and [...]
The Internet is a colossal waste of time. Oh, let’s make good use of our Reader’s Digest word power and say that it’s brobdingnagian; a trance-inducing super TV with a near-infinite selection of channels, and nothing on. Sure, there are a few good sites here and there, but finding something worthwhile can sometimes feel like [...]
If there’s anything that’s sure to piss me off, it’s being disappointed. Nothing makes me throw a red-faced tantrum more than having the rug pulled out from under my feet. So imagine, if you will, the berzerk rampage that ensued when it turned out that all my smart and savvy shopping around for a web [...]
Billed as ‘a virtual desktop for Mac users,’ iMagicalDesk is a web-based personal information manager/WebTop where you can check your e-mail, keep track of your appointments, and save Mac or PC files for viewing directly in a web browser using the system’s super-cool MagicalFiles application.
The theory behind iMagicalDesk is very cool: WebTop computing takes all [...]