Fatfingers.com is an advanced search site that greps through eBay to find that gem for you at a deep discount. Oh, what’s unique about this one? It doesn’t really search for your word, it searches for listed items with typos in the description based on your entered word.
The bet they’re making is that these items often expire with no bids on them as no one can find them. That my friend is your little gem.
For instance, I entered ‘computer‘ it will search using a string such as ‘conputer, vomputer, xomputer, cpmputer, cimputer, compiter‘
Go forth and search eBya using fat fingers.
Lets suppose you or your boss discover that your Wikipedia article is wrong, or has subtle inaccuracies that contain half-truths and innuendo that paint them in an unfavorable light?Most people consider simply editing the article to ‘make it right’ or do nothing and hope that someone will set the record straight. Unfortunately, neither approach typically works well in obtaining the goal: a factually accurate article.
Search Engine Land teaches what you can do to help increase accuracy of Wikipedia pages and not have to worry about a PR backlash for editing articles related to you or your interests.
Below is just a sampling of Happy Face Math by Charlie Smith.
Link to the Happy Face Math page for more geeky fun like log, sin, sup…
The Superhero Handbook
Are you naturally amazing? Have you been sent here from a distant dying solar system? Do you have a preoccupation with dubious rubber suits?
If any of the above apply, then The Superhero Handbook is for you! Find the answers to all your questions, plus lots of advice on how to develop your superhero potential. You’ll soon learn that you’re not alone, that your retro hairstyling choices are perfectly normal, and that there’s more to being a superhero than saving the planet, changing in phone booths, and struggling to disguise your fatal flaws.
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I’m not the kind of person that likes to try new things (unless it’s shiny and expensive), I’m kind of an old fart really, settled in his ways. But I’ll listen to you if you think you have a better mousetrap because you know, you may have discovered a way for me to be even lazier or more informed than before, so I’m all ears.
I also like discovering new things, which is different than *trying* new things. This never ending process of discovery includes learning more about who’s visiting Geeknews. That’s probably the one and only reason I like MyBlogLog, when I see a new face or avatar to the right of this humble little site I can not resist clicking it to learn more about this person, what might we have in common, what does their own blog look like?
Yesterday I found Fredric via Mybloglog which led me to the blog he’s co-editor on called Young Black Professionals. The site covers topics ranging from Faith and Politics, Money Saving Tips, Tech News and much more, sometimes with a ‘black’ spin on the topic to make the thought provoking subjects more relevant for the audience. I really like what they’ve got going on there, it’s good stuff and even though I’m not black, I am subscribed to their feed. Check them out.