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#1: cool new web app:

Posted on 2006-05-18 15:28:37 by Dan

hey, take a minute to check out this new web application called It lets you do real-time sharing with friends, of things
from your life.

here's an example, using some sample data from the Dave Matthews Band
(there's more sample data at the end of this message, if you're not a DM

<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=29&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=29&amp;</a>

Be sure to click on &quot;jobs&quot; or &quot;concerts&quot; in the side panels, and then click
&quot;lineview&quot;. It takes you to a visual representation of the data.

The items in the center are cultural events that you can copy to your own
events. There's not a huge amount of cultural content yet, but it's growing
every day. And here is the cool thing - all the cultural events lead back to
other websites. So, if you have your own website, you can use
to make lists of things (anything!), and they all point back to your site -
so you can get more traffic. There's a link called &quot;how to publish&quot;:

<a href="" target="_blank"> sp</a>

There's a limit to how much data you can see at one time. If you can't see
all the data in the center part, use the link up near the top with the little
numbers, to set the starting point on the cultural data.

You can look at the homepage here - it's still a little rough:

<a href="" target="_blank"></a>

It's sort of like social networking, but there's a much greater emphasis on
seeing what you have in common with the people you are connected to, rather
than just seeing how many people you have in your network.

And, it's free!!! no email required, or anything like that. Just go to the
site and start using it.


this directory has some other cultural stuff to try out...check out the
comments in the star trek movies file...
<a href="" target="_blank"></a>

and here are some other links to try out, if you're into these other bands.

van halen 2000 - 2001
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=47&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=47&amp;</a>

stereolab 2001
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=44&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=44&amp;</a>

sarah brightman 2004
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=41&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=41&amp;</a>

little river band 2002
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=38&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=38&amp;</a>

gnr 2002
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=35&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=35&amp;</a>

etang 2001
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=32&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=32&amp;</a>

bjork 2001
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=26&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=26&amp;</a>

fleetwoodmac 2004
<a href=";year=1996&amp;left=23&amp;" target="_blank"> amp;year=1996&amp;left=23&amp;</a>


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