Lily Chaos' Blog
Those who surf the Internet at work can now breathe a little easier with a free web-based service that helps hide extracurricular browsing.
Ever wish you could see a preview of the websites retrieved during an online search so you don't have to click back and forth, and back and forth, and...? Searchme is a visual search engine that lets you do just that.
Welcome. Invited. Accept gladly. Accommodate. Not sure exactly how these terms relate? Interactive dictionaries Visuwords and Lexipedia display the connections between words and phrases as a visual web.
Before the BBQs are lit or the bonfires set ablaze during this Fourth of July weekend, it might be nice to brush up on some American history. What better way to do that than to go back in time?
Ten two-minute films on the art of seduction, directed by the likes of Isabella Rossellini and Guy Maddin. Four ways to watch the films: on mobiles, online, on the big screen or small. One enticing site to host them all.
If you're looking for a how-to video on ... just about anything, you might find it on WonderHowTo.com, a community search engine that indexes over 130,000 instructional videos.
Short-term memory not what it used to be? Post a sticky note on Postica. Plus, you can attach files and share with friends or family. It's easy. And free.