What the Font?!

What to do when you need to know which font was used for a graphic? Well, if you’re short a typographist or font-spotter graphic designer you might try What the Font. It’s a free web service from myfonts.com who I’m guessing hopes you discover that the font you need is sold right on theirwebsite. So,… Continue reading What the Font?!

The Pogue-O-Matic

David Pogue, technology columnist for the New York Times, has released a entertaining way to narrow down your choices before a tech purchase. This new tool called the “Pogue-O-Matic” basically just narrows your choices as you select the options you want. The treat comes as Mr. Pogue’s video commentary helps you choose which option is… Continue reading The Pogue-O-Matic

Is this thing on?

I found an interesting site today, downforeveryoneorjustme.com. If you’ve ever wondered if a website is really down or just singling you out this site tries to give you an answer.

All a Twitter

After hearing about it for a year, I figured it was time to try Twitter. You can now find me at twitter.com/jamesvandyke. Twitter is a mixture between ADD blogging and Instant messaging. You send “tweets” or messages of less than 140 characters via the website, IM client or third-party application. These tweets are logged on… Continue reading All a Twitter

Wake Up Call

Unfortunately for one of my co-workers I found the site Wakerupper.com. The site is designed to let you schedule a wake up call. However, it works for prank calls as well. Unlike some other call-back services, you’re not required to register the phone you want to contact. Plus, you can type in text that the… Continue reading Wake Up Call