It has been rather slow on BrainFuel lately. We have a number of new clients with a lot of projects, so things have been extra-busy at Tornado. Here’s some entertaining links to keep you occupied.
- PhotoPost Photo Gallery.
- Email Design Gallery.
- Jobagg – job board that aggregates all of the popular design job boards.
- WPAds – advertising program for WordPress.
- WP-Forum, WordPress plugin.
- Photo in a grocery store.
- Tweak CMS.
- iTransact payment gateway that uses xml.
- LinkPoint payment gateway.
- Their Real Names.
- JobThread – Job Board Software.
- People giving fake names at Starbucks — I do this sometimes.
- Library Thing.
- B-Line Express: Charting Components.
- Don’t be misled by these 10 Windows Vista myths (via Tom)
- Pink Tomorrow (built by a Phoenix web team).
- Get Clicky.
- 6 Startup Lessons For The Year 2007.
- Autosuggest Script.
- Pligg CMS (Open Source).
- Wanna get your MacBook to run Vista? It’s easy.
- Difference Between Boot Camp 1.1 and Parallels Desktop.
- This guide is meant assist you in your install of Vista on your Mac and to get complete functionality in Boot Camp (as compared to Windows XP SP2). (Wiki Mirror)
- MacBook and Vista – Fixing the trackpad on resume.
- Free Ruby on Rails job board.
- Weighted Words Plugin for WordPress (Tag cloud).
- Need developer to build web application
- Todoist rocks.
- Just Freakin’ Do It
6 responses to “Chris’ Weekend Links – February 9th (Special Double Issue)”
Thanks, a lot off good stuff in this post.
You seem to be on the job board train with the links here and the one highlighting job-o-matic from previously.
I’m curious to know if you’ve seen the mod for WordPress which will create a job board?
Very interesting. Thanks!
Nice hearty list you’ve got here Chris! 🙂 I came across Todoist and was about to give it a try until I found gubb.net. Not sure if you’ve seen it, but it has a bunch of ajax goodness and a simple design. So far, it’s been a breeze to use – lets see if the honeymoon period lasts.
Here is a fantastic add-on to firefox that goes along with the setmy.browsersize.com
My fake Starbucks customer name is Keyser. As in Keyser Sose, the fictional scary guy from the movie The Usual Suspects.