Today I am proud to announce the launch of Placefav, a simple tool that lets you keep track of and share your favorite places with friends and family. Placefav allows you to make a simple list of your favorite neighborhood spots, then share it as easily as passing around a link; here’s mine: kyle.placefav.com.
As the site is still in its early stages, I’d love to hear any feedback, suggestions, or bug reports you may have! I have some really neat location-aware features planned, and will be working feverishly to keep Placefav the easiest way to share your favorite places. Follow this tumblelog for future happenings.
I’ve been using the beta for a couple of days now and it’s great. Go sign up!
A foodie website from the Or Die Network Group (yes, as in Funny Or Die). I haven’t had a chance to watch any of their “Shows” yet but the site “will do for cooking what Funny Or Die has done for comedy-which is, become a niche brand in a crowded field of online video.” In addition to the shows; you can browse, save and post recipes as well as watch videos from experts such as Top Chef’s Tom Colicchio, Paula Deen and Jamie Oliver, amongst many others. -Annie
There’s still more to do. We’re not segmenting, so text without spaces between words (such as German compound words or most Japanese text) isn’t properly indexed yet. Advanced search operators (and, or, not, phrase) also aren’t supported yet.
And, of course, there’s much more we’re planning to do with this. Stay tuned.
duly implemented. oh tumblr, you just keep getting bettr and bettr.
"Mr. Carter, too, insists that he is a man of the people, saying that his place “will seat just about anybody.”
Insiders just call Mr. Carter’s office directly but it is in fact possible to drop by the reservations desk at the restaurant and book a table for those netherworld hours before 6:30 or after 11:15 p.m., and on weekends from June through August. (The desk takes reservations for dinner, the only time the restaurant is open, just three days ahead.)”
saw this exhibition today and it was absolutely captivating. to picture a politically charged and post-traumatic response to humanity puts a really good perspective on things. very well-curated and well worth seeing again. and again.