Chaos Laboratory

June 18, 2008

BlogRolled: A brand new cashcow for your blog

There’s a brand new money earner for your blog up and about – BlogRolled. If you just made a wild guess regarding their modus operandi, you’re right! It’s a service that pays you for placing the advertisers’ links in your blogroll. At this point of time, the site doesn’t offer...

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June 18, 2008

How about a personalised Firefox 3 Download Day Certificate?

Hopefully, by now you’ve grabbed your copy of Firefox 3 and consequently played an active role in helping our favourite browser set a new Guinness World Record. Here’s an added perk for being such an avid follower of Firefox – a personalised Firefox 3 Download Day Certificate stating your role...

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June 17, 2008

Get yourself a free domain name from DomainLagoon

Today seems to my lucky day at digging up really free stuff 😉 On a sudden impulse I decided to check out on my old habitat, The Astahost Forums from where my blogging career had taken-off. And that’s where I came across this thread which talks about a new registrar...

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June 16, 2008

15 feet away

Here’s something really cool that came to me by mail today. Take a good look at the picture below. It’s none other than the Father of Relativity, i.e. Albert Einstein. Now unglue yourself from that chair and while keeping your focus on the picture, start moving back. About 15 feet...

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June 15, 2008

goosh: The Shell Lover’s Google

This one’s for all the Unix geeks and shell lovers out there… Goosh is a cool new service that lets you access a large selection of the Google applications through a command-line interface. The hardcore techies will definitely love the look and feel (and functions) of Goosh. The author, Stefen...

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June 13, 2008

DNSRank: New kid in the same old block

DNSRank is an all new juvenile entrant in a jungle full of raging tigers. What I mean to say is that, they’ve decided to join the whole SEO bandwagon with almost no originality on their part – which might make it very difficult for them to survive for long. The...

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