I came across nice sites this week which I thought worth mentioning.
The world of blogging has turned 10 and now everyone wants to know who is the father of blogging.
This site
tries to find out.
"Winner is a pioneer of Web syndication techniques and editor of Scripting News, which launched on April 1, 1997.
He boasts on his site that Scripting News "bootstrapped the blogging revolution" and that it is the "longest currently running Web log on the Internet." A decade ago, however, Winner wasn’t actually using the term "Web log," nor does he claim to have invented the term. Winner did not respond to repeated requests for comment from CNET News.com until after this article appeared. He replied in a post claiming "the first blogs were inspired" by Scripting News.."

I had always dreamed my future home as a high-tech home. Where my Microwave  will talk to refrigerator and my wife will browse for new recipes while listening to Internet radio. I’m actually working to put a centralized entertainment system inside my home.
This futuristic home concept is giving me some hope. Check it out.

How many time do we send a mail without actually attaching a document which we intend to attach. And I know all of us maintain at least 4-5 email accounts. Checking all these accounts can be a chore, especially from home. So I use ePrompter (www.eprompter.com), which can check 16 different password-protected accounts. Best of all, ePrompter is free.
More email tips at this site.

Broadband Internet is becoming common even in India. And most of us keep our laptops/PCs connected to Internet for 24×7. I use router at home and very paranoid about the security. I never knew how a wi-fi network can reveal so much about my machine to others.
Don’t miss this article.

And at last, I would mention this handy digital photo guide. Which will help you organize you photos and will provide you with lots of digital photography tips.

Happy surfing.