My presence on online social services

I use two online social services: LinkedIn (en) and GoldenLine (pl). My activities there mostly include adding people I know or work with to my connection lists. I think it’s a good idea to keep such list of friends; you never know, when you need to contact somebody you knew in the past. Also, one beautiful day, you may get …

FeedMap = Blogs + Maps


What is feedmap? Let me cite its authors:

… feedmap is about mapping your blog! Using FeedMap you can tell the world where you are blogging from! Or you can simply search for bloggers right around where you live! Or even better let other local bloggers to discover your blog…

I had a look at this service and I must …

Listen what you really want!

I used to listen to Pandora, but that has been impossible for some time because it’s been suspended in Poland (and some other countries). Let me quote Pandora’s authors:

We are deeply, deeply sorry to say that due to licensing constraints, we can no longer allow access to Pandora for most listeners located outside of the U.S.

At the same …

Web 2.0 buttons generator

Web 2.0-styled buttons are quite popular these days. In fact, they look fine. Actually, I love them icon_smile-7942167

Today, I learned you don’t have to do it on your own with graphic software. I’ve found www.mycoolbutton.com – Web 2.0 buttons generator. It allows you to create a button in four steps:

  1. define the size
  2. define the color
  3. set up the icon

Web 2.0 gaming


Recently, I’ve encountered doof, a new Web 2.0 service, kind of “new one”… The authors promote it with the slogan: “Have fun playing games and competing in tournaments, pesonalising your profile and expressing yourself”. Then, what actually doof is?


First of all, doof is a fancy website with astonishing flash design (see above). User can adapt the screen according to …

Web 2.0 and social networks around the world and in Poland

I’ve just read an article about popularity of Web 2.0 and social networks in general all around the world. Quite nice article to me.
Basing on what the information passes there, in Poland we don’t have any popular social networking websites. To some extend it’s correct – if Poles use social networking websites, these are mostly Polish services, mostly unknown …