So many links, so little time:
- Rob points to EasyPost.ca. It’s a web-based service that enables you to send a letter to anyone in Canada by typing their address and the letter’s contents into an online form. It’s free for the time being. What’s their angle? Maybe it’ll be ad-supported in the future? Or will they just charge CAN $0.75 per letter to all those youngsters (and, uh, oldsters) who can’t write to save their life?
- Sam offers some handy, low-cost advice on automagically geo-tagging your photos.
- Via WorldChanging, an amusing Photoshop contest where the challenge was to create some progressive, eco-friendly games. The last page, I think, is the funniest. When is "Landfill Tycoon" coming to market, anyway?
- From Neatorama, the isle of Sark may finally have to give up its Elizabethan-style government. Bummer.
- US $1300/year is a lot of money for fancy-looking but impractical web stats.
- The Guardian has 1000 films it wants you to watch.
- Client plug: The fifth Elastic Path video is decidely creepy. You can still enter to win Amazon gift certificate goodness.
- I got two copies of the French magazine Chronic Art in the mail today. They did an interview with me about Second Life. Combine this with the Japanese coverage and a spot I did on German TV a while back (no media available, which is too bad, because Germans inexplicable amuse me) and I’ve talked smack about virtual worlds across the globe.