Sites that I found interesting for March 18th 2009 through March 20th 2009:
Microsoft Web Platform – The Microsoft Web Platform Installer 2.0 (Web PI) is a free tool that makes it simple to download, install and keep up-to-date with the latest components of the Microsoft Web Platform, including Internet Information Services (IIS), SQL Server Express, .NET Framework and Visual Web Developer.
There are some web sites out there that make things hard to read. I don’t mean for quick browsing. Most of us who have been using the web for any length of time have trained ourselves to get the gestalt of a page fairly quickly. I mean for time when you really want to read an news or other type of long article.
Over at arc90 they have a new lab experiment where they have created a bookmarklet that you install easily in your browser. Then, when surfing to a page that you want to read for a while, you click the bookmarklet and instantly the page changes to a much more readable format.
Here is a quick video they put together to visually explain what they are doing.
Sites that I found interesting for March 13th 2009 through March 14th 2009:
Grapevine – From the About page: The Grapevine was first planted in February 2009 and immediately sprouted two branches. One is for businesses and business people to listen to the river of information streaming through the social web at ever increasing volumes as more companies and voices join the conversation. The other is for pleasure whether it be art, literature, sport or music all are connected together through The Grapevine.