From you've found the Ideas Playground, version 3, by conskeptical
my web presence
- tumblr - a nice place to drop random thoughts and ideas.
- google reader - things I see on the web.
- deviantART - mainly photography but other bits and pieces of creativity here too.
- flickr - a bit more of my photography than on deviantART.
- google maps - some maps I've made.
- facebook - a handy way of keeping in touch with a lot of people.
- DailyLit - get books delivered piecemeal by email or RSS. Wonderful!
- halfbakery - a fun place for ideas.
- YouTube - all the videos I have on the web are here. Mainly a bit experimental, a few drumming videos etc.
- wikipedia - occasionally I correct the odd spelling mistake... :)
- e-budo - martial arts bulletin board. There are quite a few Shorinji Kempo kenshi on here.
- kongregate - flash gaming site.
no longer in use
- pandora - a fairly nifty streaming music player, which automatically keeps a public profile for you.
- last.fm - this site plugs into my computer mp3 player and records my listening habits. Very big-brother-esque.
- del.ico.us - social bookmarking.
- dragon go server - I generally keep a few games of Go ticking over on here. (You need to login first, either as yourself or as a guest before you can follow this link.)
- zaadz - a sickly sweet 'green' social networking site.
- blogspot - a barely used blogging site.
- google video - I bet on the wrong horse here! So I moved to YouTube, it's all the same company now anyway...
- Google Groups - I hardly ever posted here, but I might yet.
- 43 Things - didn't find it that useful.
- 43 Places - this would have been cool, but it didn't have a concept of nested places! Duh!
- 43 Ideas - apparently I was signing up for 43 everything once...
- ALL consuming - no where near enough return on the tediousness of the data entry...
- googlepages - I thought this might be a nice memorable address to hand around, and then I bought conskeptical.net...
- stumbleupon - not as good as del.icio.us I think.
- bookcrossing - a cool idea, but I never got thoroughly involved in it.
- philosophy forums - just lost track of it.