Monday, July 29, 2006

INTERNALMEMOS.COM - Internet's largest collection of corporate memos and internal communication
The maker of F#@&, Philip J. Kaplan, has done it again with this little uncut diamond. All you Enron-WorldCom-Adelphia employee wannabe's, here is your chance to air your company's dirty laundry. You know those company-wide emails (memos for the still papered offices), like one DHL employees received days after one of their planes crashed telling everyone that the whole company is moving from San Francisco to Ft. Lauderdale and if you go too, you still have a job and if you don't go, have a nice life. This site is the place getting a lot of attention where you can post and read these types of memos and much more. Let the laundry-cleaning begin!
-- Scott K

Friday, July 19, 2006

Here's one for a Friday. Some guy who knows his stuff has taken his imagination and ran with it. He make these creatures and allows you to interact with them. Based on some rules the creatures take on their own personality, responding to your mouse. Hmmm...
-- Scott K

Wednesday, July 17, 2006 Flash Archive
A lot of visitors that come to this site miss out on a lot of cool Flash animations. I know the link is a bit hidden to the right, so until I come up with a way to make it more apparent, I thought I would plug it here. Check it out, there a some really good ones, many of which have disappeared from the net as sited hosting them get shut down for exceeding their bandwidth.
-- Scott K

Monday, July 15, 2006

Operation TIPS
From the website: "Operation TIPS - the Terrorism Information and Prevention System - will be a nationwide program giving millions of American truckers, letter carriers, train conductors, ship captains, utility employees, and others a formal way to report suspicious terrorist activity. Operation TIPS, a project of the U.S. Department of Justice, will begin as a pilot program in 10 cities that will be selected."

You can help your country fight terrorism and apply. The pilot stage will begin August 2006 and involve 1 million Americans in 10 cities across the US. Right now they are targeting workers that have a high exposure to the general public.

Apply Here
-- Scott K

Boy has it been a while...
Okay, as you can see from the post just after this, it has been quite some time since I have updated this page. I have been getting a massive amount of hits from very random places across the world. I believe the highest count I saw was about 250 in a day. Not too bad! So, somewhere I have gotten up the mojo to start updating this page again. I am hoping to soon have all the sites I have listed here categorized. Currently they seem lost in the archives to everyone who doesn't have the finger endurance to click through all the archive links... like myself. Also keep an eye out for a search box.
-- Scott K

Thursday, February 21, 2006
Yes it is supposed to have three O's. Just came across it and haven't figured out what it's significance is. It looks to be a mirror of but without the PageRank advertising system. It would also make sense if it runs faster as their servers would have less of a load. I will make an update if I find anymore out.
-- Scott K

Wednesday, February 20, 2006 Specialty Dictionaries
Ever wanted to make up your own words? Well, here is your chance to look at words others have made up, sort of. Within the English language there are words created for specific topics such as Rhetoric, Beer and Law. This site is a comprehensive repository of specialty dictionaries group by their subject matter.

-- Scott K

Tuesday, February 19, 2006

The Internet Archive: Building an 'Internet Library' -THIS IS COOL!!
"The Internet Archive is a 501(c)(3) public nonprofit that was founded to build an 'Internet library,' with the purpose of offering free and permanent access to historical digital collections for researchers, historians, and scholars." As this quote from their website explains, it crawls the web and periodically caches the html files making them viewable for -hopefully- ever. Check out what they have on from back in the day.
-- Scott K

Friday, February 01, 2006

ROTTEN TOMATOES: Movie Reviews & Previews
Highlighted in many leading publications and periodicals, Rotten Tomatoes takes a unique approach to movie reviews. They traded in those outdated star ratings and thumb-flips, and chose to rate movies on how fresh of a tomato it is. I recommend taking a look at his site before going out to shell out your 10 bucks to go to a theater or renting a video that needs to be back by noon the next day before it is late.
-- Scott K

Thursday, January 31, 2006
I recommend everyone do a little searching at their leisure. You may be surprised what you will find. Extended family members living just miles from you, or lost relatives you never know existed, all can possibly be found here.
-- Scott K

Wednesday, January 30, 2006
Got a problem with the Windows OS? You might want to check this site out. Thier goal at is to eliminate all annoyances from all versions of Microsoft Windows. Check this out and get the low-down on the new XP Product Activation, one of the few annoyances of XP.
-- Scott K

Tuesday, January 29, 2006

Google Catalog Search
A search engine, Google that is, that searches their vast database of OCRed catalogs. Everything from Paperweights to those good-old Velcro Shoes. I thinks it is ideas with this kind of caliber that will bring the internet economy back to life. Once again Google outdoes themselves.
-- Scott K

Monday, October 08, 2005

Department of Defense At A Glance
This web site is appropraite for the recent events. It provides a variety of information and statistical material about the Department of Defense - its people, organization, equipment, and funding.
-- Scott K

Tuesday, September 25, 2005

Search Engine Watch: Tips About Internet Search Engines & Search Engine Submission
Ever wanted to know if the search engine you use it truely the best one? This site has articles about what engines are best for certain types of searches. It even includes comprehensive listings of all the public search engines on the web.
-- Scott K