Everyone's lost something. In most cases, retracing your steps results in either a quick find or the impromptu reorganization of your linen closet. TheFoundBin is a new service that helps both losers and finders come together through the Internet. Craigslist and LostAndFound have been doing this for a few years now, but TheFoundBin has some helpful features and a visual appeal that the others don't.
If you thought the PS3 frenzy ended at midnight, you were terribly mistaken. It was just warming up.
After finding very few fans planning to keep their purchased PS3 for themselves at yesterday's launch, it was to be expected that more drama would ensue today. This morning the world awoke to next-gen consoles auctioning for obscenely high prices and very few places to buy or even place an order for one.
Just got a ping from the developer of Listpic, a service that provides a visual interface into Craigslist. Want to see all the motorcycles for sale in your area? Or houses for rent? This tool will display just the pictures. Clicking on one displays a pop-up of the listing. Clicking again pops you over to Craigslist. It also works with personals. Very easy to use, very useful, and a lot of fun. Thumbs-up from me.
Amsterdam, Holland's cultural melting pot, will host a cadre of technologists this week at a new annual confab that throws U.S. dot-coms in the spotlight.
Executives from MySpace, Google, Craigslist and Linden Lab's Second Life will be among the keynote speakers at the city's first-ever Picnic '06, an informal summit and workshop hosted by the international networking association, Cross Media Week Foundation. Organizers expect about 3,000 attendees at the three-day gathering.
Eckart Wintzen, a board member of the Foundation and founder of green investment firm Extent, said the conference will bring together technologists, city planners, … Read more