History always repeats itself and sometimes that's good. Here's a second chance to be part of it: tmdtc.com

Thursday 18 September 2008

LuckyAs.Me siteof the day: learn german history

Looking for Germany, I got a page on the Eurodocs website, from the Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA, documenting European history. IT is mainly a collection of links to resources on the web.

Wednesday 17 September 2008

AntWeb: LuckyAs.Me site of the day

As a result for a search for Belgium on LuckyAs.Me, I got redirected to a website dedicated to ants: AntWeb.

There I learned that we have (had) 86 species of ant in Belgium (of which 9 haven't been spotted the last 50 years).

Tuesday 16 September 2008

Using search for fun

Why always be limited to the 10 first matches? www.luckyas.me is built on YAHOO boss and redirects you to a random site that is in the first 100 results returned by YAHOO for your search.

Maybe not useful, but can be fun when you have some time to change your mind. I discovered there's a Bauduin Preschool, a police inpector whose family name is Boulette, there's a restaurant called La Frite in the US, but also a mention of the Profoss OpenOffice event on BoycottNovell.

Have fun and let me know what you think of it.

Friday 12 September 2008

When you're clueless... (2)

you should really shut up.

Sometimes I think of those talented artists who don't get their record published, while totally untalented people get selected in a reality show to have an album published, only to flop because they're so bad.

Now I think of those talented bloggers, who try to live from that activity, and who see such crap published on CNet, who paid its author.

As a reminder, here's the first post in what has just become a serie.