Merlin Mann points us to this SFGate story on traveling light.
Never use these words in advertising.
Not sure what the use of this is, but it makes a mindmap type of graphic of your blog or favorite website.
Scout is one of the coolest integrations I’ve seen with a web 2.0 application and the tablet PC.
Folding gadgets, that sounds pretty cool.
The Mann knows shaving.
Despite all of the companies mis-steps, it looks like TiVo may finally have a plan in place that keeps the company afloat.
The guys over at Engadget are reporting that the Vaio UX50 is now available for ordering in the US. It certainly looks like a better option than the botched Origami devices that have recently rolled out.
Check this site out. Pretty cool, subjective rating of city skylines. Interesting to note that Pittsburgh is mentioned, given that we’re such a small city. But, we do have a great skyline!
I signed up for the new gmail for your domain service that Google is beta testing (isn’t Google in permanent beta mode anyway?). Well, I just received an invitation to turn on the service, along with the option to add up to 25 users to that domain. At first glance everything looks just like gmail, with ability to make slight changes. I’ll give this a real test in a few days, and log my impressions here.