Something I've had on the wiki for a while is the search box below. It's a swicki from eurekster, and it will find you a load of search results optimised toward Symbian smartphone oriented results. The more searches you guys do, the better it can be trained to return great results.
check out the smartphone swicki at eurekster.com
If you'd like this on your site follow this link to find instructions etc.
I'd never normally call myself a runner, but I had a
small glimpse into Martin and
Arthur's world last Thursday.
It's an unusual place, perhaps one I'll visit again, but
not in any particular hurry.
I'd got myself talked into ruuning in the second day
of the JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge in London,
12,000+ people running, jogging, walking, or shuffling
along a 3.5 mile (5.6km) route around Battersea park. As
someone who only runs for a train, the whole expectation
of the event was a bit much, I don't think I've run that
far in my life!
So did I walk? No, despite a complete absence of training I
ran the whole way. The temperature was in the early 20s and it
was very humid, with thunderstorms threatening, so it was a bit hot and
sweaty. Plus, the huge number of participants meant it took nearly 10
minutes to cross the start line, so we had slow traffic in front of us
all the way.
However, despite my physical unsuitability for the task in hand (I
had "old, fat, and unfit" as medical conditions on the back of my
running number), I got around the course in 32 minutes, with 5km
dispatched in just under 29 minutes. With a little bit of training, more
sympathetic weather, and less traffic I could have been a fair bit
faster! I'm not sure I'd beat the guy who won (in 16:13), I suspect
I wasn't far into my second kilometre by the time he was broke the
tape and started thinking about finding the bar. I was certainly
thinking about the bar by then though...
Do you watch MobuzzTV? I
do, it's one of my favourite vlogs. Anyway they've now made it nice and
simple to embed the latest episode on your weblog / home page / whatever;
simply add the following line of html and "Bob's your
Here it is in action:
Great stuff, it'd be cool to be able to embed a specific show
too, I guess that's in the pipeline.