Dress Down Friday | Shorpy, Line Game, and Scrabble

dress down friday scrabble edition

  • Lazlo sent me this flash game called Line Rider it’s worth a few minutes of distraction.
  • You may want to check out your personality assessment, this seems like a good place to do it.
  • Found xPad and am really digging it as a replacement for stickies – I like that it syncs with your ipod [thanks John].
  • Also if you’re interested in joining the eat local challenge, read more here — and check out the blog button.
  • If you’re looking for an opensource answer to Apple Mail, check out the new Penelope. It’s the old Eudora program redesigned and based on thunderbird. I checked it out though and it just isn’t enough to switch yet.
  • I was pretty excited to see Facebook’s iphone site. Maybe there should be a gatheringinlight iphone site too!
  • I love this guy.
  • Mac users check out dockables when you get a chance. They add shortcuts to regular functions to your dock. It’s good for those of you who don’t want to use Quicksilver.
  • Emily and I have been getting into playing scrabble together. It’s a lot of fun but since we are both still weak in our scrabble skillzzzz the ol’ scrabble dictionary online is pretty helpful. Though to be honest Emily keeps beating me…
  • Finally, if you use twitter, you really need to check out Twitter explore.

Published by Wess Daniels

Teacher, author, Quaker, ​and public theologian. Director of Friends Center and Quaker Studies at Guilford College.

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