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…It’s Website Wednesday: MyAlltop?


Alltop is the “online magazine rack” of the web, and with Alltop’s recently announced MyAlltop, you can easily create a custom Alltop page that aggregates the subscriptions from all of your favorite blogs and websites into one area.

To build your page, just pick and choose from a variety of sites across numerous topics, order them how you’d like, and then publish the finished product for others to share as well.

You can even view the collections of various internet celebrities for a look into the sites that they’re reading on a daily basis.

Want to check out the list that I put together? Just visit: http://my.alltop.com/CoryOBrien


…It’s Website Wednesday: StreetArtLocator?


The StreetArtLocator (v2) helps you locate street art near you. (Considering the name, the obviousness of that statement is not lost on me…)

With specific tags for graffiti, galleries, paintings, stickers, stencils, sculptures, and installations, it’s a Google Map powered guide to the beautiful art that’s all around you for controversially public consumption.

Just click on your area to see both a location and a picture of the street art that has been spotted and documented. Then, if you’re out and about and come across something that you’d like to share, just snap a pic and add it to the database to help those around you enjoy your find as well.


[Via: Juxtapoz]

…It’s TGI Friday: I Heart T-Shirts?

I Heart T-Shirts

Want to win a free t-shirt? Then read on:

If you read DYH with any kind of regularity, then you’ve probably noticed that I’m a huge t-shirt fanatic. I own and wear far too many of them, but I can never get enough. I’m always on the lookout for new and unique shirts, and often when I find them, I post about them here.

However, I’ve wanted to start a separate t-shirt blog for quite some time now, so I’ve decided to do a little experiment to see if I can use Facebook to do it.

Thus, I’ve started a page on Facebook called “I Heart T-Shirts”, and I’m going to use it as a sort of mini-blog, posting about the latest t-shirt designs that I find and fall in love with.

If you’ve got a Facebook account, head on over to the page and check it out.

There, I’ve gathered up links to some of my favorite t-shirt stores, blogs and coupon codes, and I’m also going to be using the “Posted Items” area as a mini blog where I’ll share links to some of the newest and coolest designs out there.

To get this up and running though, it would be great to have people become fans of the page, which is why I’m going to be doing a giveaway on Sunday, May 11 to one random (and lucky) fan.

To enter, just go to the I Heart T-Shirts page and click “Become A Fan”. Then, on Sunday, I’ll select one fan at random from those that have signed up and I’ll send them a $25 Threadless Gift Certificate.

Since this is an experiment, I encourage you to contact me with any comments , questions or suggestions that you have about the page. Feel free to either email me here, or send me a message through the Facebook system.

Also, since Facebook is a community-based site after all, feel free to share photos, and videos of you and your favorite t-shirt designs on the page. Plus, if you can tell any of your t-shirt loving friends about the page, I would greatly appreciate it.

(Lastly, if you haven’t already, check out the DidntYouHear.com Page on Facebook!)

See you there!

[Facebook – I Heart T-Shirts]

…Misu is now 1.0?


Misu, the iPod music transfer utility that loves to share, has officially gone Version 1.0.

If you haven’t already, check it out.


…It’s Things Thursday: Flip Video?

Flip Video

The Flip Video is to the camcorder what the Eee PC is to the laptop: A stripped down, easy to use, and surprisingly functional version of its big brother.

Sporting a VGA quality sensor (read: YouTube ready) and 2GB of built-in memory, there are no tapes or memory cards required, and it connects to your computer with a built-in USB arm.

One-touch recording and software that allows you to easily edit and share videos means that it’s designed to capture your day to day in a way that no camera has done before, and the size makes it easy to carry around with you wherever you go.

It’s time to Flip.

[Flip Video]