Monday, February 02, 2009

today's crawl

I present a few sites I just rounded up in this edition of my usual crawling process('parakke thappal')...of varying interests..

Sounds to help relax-concentrate-wakeup: This is a nice article from that talks about different sounds that can be used to relax,concentrate or wake you from sleep. It is just a view of the author who is a Mac user and lists applications in Mac and a few in windows for that purpose. It sounded interesting and in fact most of us have a special tone or type of sound that simulates various parts of the brain,but many are not just try out!

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs: This is a pretty interesting book from MIT that speaks of some good concepts. Its for the passionate programmer..

Ideas worth Spreading: Now this is a site with a novel concept.They talk about ideas about almost anything..even about creating ideas...sounds crazy,but I feel its pretty innovative. There is a similar site, with a more social aspect to it ideas4all. Its the concept that sparked my interest, I haven't checked the quality of type of contents yet...

Trace people online: Another interesting article that speaks about how insecure private data is on the web and gives methods to track someone over there..could come in handy ..and as a precaution for the needy..

100 vim commands: This is for the programmers who wanna master the use of vim editor in Linux. If you don't know vim properly, this site could help you.It has an exhaustive listing of useful commands, so you learn if that is you preferred way of learning( mine would be to combine manpages with web tutorials and books) ...

Economy of Giving it Away: Now this is a really good article . People interested and involved in the concepts of free/open source software or are plainly interested in web commerce would love the way points have been handled, without taking any sides...makes sense..

btw all these sites were obtained using Delicious bookmarks. I simply love it...check My bookmarks.

Happy surfing...

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