Hi. Here’s my concept. Hope you like it. Everything can be changed. Just let me know.
Category Archives: web 2.0
Since you said you like the Web2.0 style, your logo is the blue shiney marble on the left. I can make it orange if you like. Shall I add a drop shadow?
I read a lot of people nagging about the iPhone already. I should have had more of this, it lacks that and so one. I think they are a bunch of stupid wankers. Never had an original thought in their life, but always there to talk crap about other people’s ideas. It is not important if 4 or even 8 gigabyte isn’t enough or that the battery should last 8 hours instead of 5, you morons! Those are details. That can be improved later if it appears to be a real problem, the first iPod was a toy compared to the iPod you can buy now. The only one thing that is really important about the iPhone is the amazing touch screen user interface. There has never been anything better and there won’t be for a long time. People will love. People will eventually refuse to use anything else.
You don’t need one. But you want one. That’s understandable. If you don’t want to wait get a paper dummy here. Enjoy.
Af few days ago the Times wrote that the founder of Wikipedia, Jimmy Wales, is planning on building a search engine. In my opinion, we don’t need another search engine. We have Google which works fine for me. The smarter you search, the better results you get and I can decide for myself which results I need and which I don’t. Mr. Wales Wikiasari, as he calls it, doesn’t work that way. In Wikiasari, I get results which are approved of by Mr. Wales ‘community of trust’ (the Wikipedians). That means other people decide which results they will show me and which they are going to hide from me. I think this is a bad thing and Mr. Wales ‘community of trust’ sounds like a fucking religious cult to me. I don’t want other people to decide for me what is good or bad. I want to decide that for myself. I don’t want the Überwiki and his Wikipedians to show me the way. Especially not when he and his followers as he calls them (how pompous can you get) , get millions of dollars from Amazon to lead me. Mr. Wales, I will not follow you because I don’t trust you. I will keep on googling till I drop.
The milliondollarhomepage was a huge succes. I like people who do things on the web which seem to be outrageous like letmestayforaday.com a few years back and the guy who changed a red paperclip for something else till he got himself the house he wanted. The milliondollarhomepage was such an idea. I was fun to see it develope, and read about Alex Tew’s quest for a million in his blog. So far, so good. With Pixelotto it’s different. First of all the site is way too slow and clicking isn’t fun anymore – at least not when you are logged in. I tried it for a few days and wrote about some interesting sites that were advertising there, like the e-tuktuk project, but there aren’t that many interesting things to click on. Most of the advertisers are stupid money making schemes. So I stopped clicking and I guess I’m not the only one. But maybe far more important is that now it is simply a business. With the milliondollarhomepage Alex shared his thoughts on almost a daily basis. By leaving that out this time, he broke his own rules. What is left is the thought that selling pixels on a website is a good business idea. And it simply isn’t.