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    LINKS & RESOURCES: Random tidbits from around the internets:

    Devonthink : A great information management product for OS X users. I downloaded it last night and I've been starting to use it as an open-file; a place where I throw just about everything, from research files, interesting websites, my old tax returns, and just about anything else you can think of. One for the PC is called Net Snippets and is nothing to write home about.

    Slogger: A Firefox extension that allows you to make a quick copy of a webpage for future use. (*cough* nytimes.com *cough*)

    Celestia: The home page got a much needed and long overdue facelift. Looks great! If you've still never used Celestia, download this badboy asap.

    The Apple Motion Sensor As A Human Interface Device: The guy who used the Powerbook motion sensor to make his webpages tilt back and forth is back, and this time you can actually download the program and use it to interact with various applications. Rad!

    43 Things: A communal list of what people want to do with their life. (My fav: "give my gmail invites to anyone needing one.")

    10 by 10: 100 pictures (well, a LOT are duplicates) that sum up what the news is right now. (Pretty good job -- today is Kofi, Condi, and this Schiavo person Republicans are grandstanding about.)

    Winplosion: This little guy adds Apple's Exposé features to Windows. Apple will sue in 5... 4... 3...

    Konfabulator: A framework that allows you to download and run a bunch of little random mini-apps that remind me of Tiger's Dashboard, only not quite as cool.

    Cute Little Kittens: Webapp of the year?

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    Cool story you got here. I'd like to read more concerning that theme.

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