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The British Museum Presents: Time Explorer

The British Museum has put together a great little video game adventure to get site visitors to learn more about ancient civilizations with the use of a magical time bracelet to traverse the histories of Mexico, Roma and China.

Chris Hughes Using Social Media Engagement To Expand 'The Good Web'

Non-profit social networks are gaining prominence online. The genre of sites known as "The Good Web" are championed by people like Corey Szopinksi and Jane McGonigal who have furthered a good number of causes using social media as their conduit. Entering this arena is Chris Hughes, a wunderkind of sorts, unknown to the general public, but widely known in social networking circles and the Democratic National Party.

Google TV & 3rd Party Developers Anticipate The Web/TV Meld

As ubiquitous as Google is, it's no surprise it will soon become one of the pioneers in melding TV with the Web. So much so, in the next couple of months it will actually provide 3rd party developers and outside software engineers with a toolkit to help develop what Google TV will eventually look like.

Get A Makeover For Your YouTube Page At MyTubeDesign.com

MyTubeDesign.com represents one of the first and best repositories of YouTube layout designs out there, and will even help you install the theme if you're not exactly a whiz with site design.

Calling All Inventors! Casting Invention TV Show In Chicago!

If you can create an amazing gadget out of anything... If you love tinkering with crafts... If you go by the nickname 'mad scientist'... Then, an Emmy-nominated production company is looking for you to interview for a new series with a major cable network.

Conan O'Brien & Team Coco 'Tweets For Seats'

What does an ex-late night talk show host do after Jay Leno kicks him to the curb. In the case of Conan O'Brien, he picks himself up, dusts himself off and hits the tweets running.

Twit2Tel Lets You Call Anyone On Twitter

With a simple interface, Twit2Tel offers a service that can not only get you in touch with your Twitter buddies, but also increase your stalker status in the process

Tron Legacy Marketing: Disney Changes Monorails Into Lightcycles.

The viral marketing of Tron: Legacy continues - this time on the sides of Disney's very own monorails.

Chatab.com Offers You A Chat Application With A Tabbed Browser

Chatab.com aim to offer a solution to switching tabs or windows by giving you a web app that gives you multiple chat accounts alongside a web browser.

Sony Bloggie HD Video Camera Captures 360-Degrees

The Bloggie MHS-PM5K from Sony offers a unique lens that swivels and is capable of capturing a full 360-degree image - so it's now possible to record not only an alien invasion, but also your terrified facial expression all in one shot.

Google Public Data Explorer Lets You Make Sense Of Big Data Sets

Google Labs has introduced a project to let users explore tons of different sets of public data and compare them in ways that will make them much easier to understand.

Twitter's Down? Where's The Fail Whale When You Need Him?

There was something comforting about the appearance of the Fail Whale. His emergence from the depths of the Twitterstream meant that Twitter's usage was growing faster than it's server capabilities - but not to worry...because help was on its way. However, today that slumbering leviathan was disturbingly MIA?

Will The Bubbly Social Network Give Voice To Twitter?

Can a new social network site succeed that's basically an amplified version of Twitter while choosing not to launch in North America and Europe? Well, Bubbly is the new shiny thing literally bubbling over in Bollywood, and we're not talking about hookahs!

Typeface: Niche Personalized Font Biz With Facial Analysis

Everyone likes businesses that focus upon customization; perhaps because we're all just so into ourselves as a human race that we want to make purchases that really reflect who we are. Well, there's one company that's helping people do so in a somewhat nerdy way, while putting a twist on an old idea.

Is USA Today's 'Social Media Lounge' A Little Late To The Party?

With legacy newspapers falling by the wayside and CNN worried that Facebook and Twitter might be stealing its thunder, is it any wonder that USA Today would want to rethink how to interact in the Web 2.0 environment? The old slogan if you can't beat 'em join 'em couldn't be any more apropos as traditional media outlets either mimic or recreate best practices found in the social media space. But in either event, is USA Today doing too little too late?