Firefox 3 Is Right Around The Corner!

Source:
LifeHacker

“With the release of the much anticipated Firefox 3 looming just around the corner, we got our hands on the latest beta build of your favorite browser to get a closer look at exactly what changes and exciting new features you can expect from the upcoming release of the ‘fox. From a snazzy design update and stability improvements to smart folders and bookmark tagging, you won’t be disappointed with what you’re getting.”

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iRentals from iTunes?

Source:
Valley Wag

“Apple fanatics have uncovered some code in an iTunes software update hinting at a video rental service. Now every blogger on the planet is running around like decapitated chickens.”

Whatever Happened To . . . ?

The “Dude, your getting a Dell!” guy?? Wonder no more . . .
Source:
http://www.dvorak.org/blog/
” Next time you’re at Tortilla Flats and you find yourself wondering aloud to your dinner companion, “What ever happened to the guy who did the ‘Dude, you’re getting a Dell’ commercials?” don’t be surprised when Ben Curtis, the man himself, approaches your table and explains the tequila list. While guest-starring on Law & Order and acting in films like the upcoming Proud Iva, Curtis has been a waiter and bartender at the Tex-Mex spot for the past year and a half, and though he dressed up as the Dell Dude for the Halloween party, he’s not about to repeat the slogan for you.”

found by Aric Mackey

Best Podcast 2007 Weblog Awards

Source:
Weblog Awards

TWiT WON! This Week In Tech with Leo Laporte and friends has won for 2007! Congrats to Leo and all the guys!

AmberMac’s Parents New P.E.I. Website

Source:AmberMac.com

“While eatin’ b-fast, my parents just let me know that they have launched an online store for a shop they own on Prince Edward Island that sells ONLY PEI-made products (yes, they’re heading the hyper local direction – everything single thing in the store is created by local artisans). “

YouTube.ca Launches

Source:Globe and Mail

“TORONTO — YouTube is setting up shop in Canada.

The world’s most popular video-sharing website has launched a new Canadian version — youtube.ca — which went live Monday night. At a morning press conference, company officials said the new Canadian site is designed to promote Canadian-generated content. Videos posted by Canadians will appear in the “featured videos” and “promoted videos” sections of the site.”

Here is the official new link.

Top Ten Online Flash Games

Source: crave.cnet

Bejeweled, Chimgam, Bow Man, Desktop Tower Defense, Neopets Hasee Bounce, Line Rider, The Last Stand, Portal, The Helicopter Game and YetiSports.


Click on the source link for links to all of the games.