WebCipher is a new (free!) html/css editor for Windows from Steve McTainsh. Still in beta but definitely worth a look.
HiveLive is a new way to share information via the internet. Signup by invitation only for the minute but you can apply for an invite or I’ve 20 invites to give away (leave a comment).
HiveLive is great for families, friends, clubs, associations, small workgroups, researchers, collectors, small businesses, bands, studios, non-profits, and more.
I’ve only had a very quick peek so far but love the clean interface and the community feel. And as with any good small startup, the development team are very involved and keen to hear feedback.
Question of the day: Why doesn’t Google invest anything in Blogger? [via Gordon]. More irritatingly, why does it not allow non-Blogspot commenters to save their information (name, email, url) instead of being forced to select “Other” and have to type them in each time (or select with Firefox’s auto remember thingy).
And finally : things you don’t want mama to know about
Or anyone else for that matter. The clues:
Plush girlfriends for boys too BIG for teddy bears.
Once you go plush you’ll never go back.
Why hug your pillow at night when you can ‘hug’ one of these?
That should ring enough alarm bells for the more sensitive amongst you that Teddy Babes is Not Safe For Work, especially since you might choke on your cappucino on discovering that a plushmate will cost the discerning man an unbelievable $740.
I feel especially ikky looking at “Akiko”, not only does she not remotely resemble any Asian I’ve ever met (“exotic temptress” or otherwise) but I’ve a colleague of the same name and I can’t decide whether to email her the link or not. Nah, maybe not.
Oh and ladies, fear not: Teddy Babes are not forgetting us:
Q: Will there be a male Teddy Babe love doll?
Possibly. This, again, depends on initial consumer response; but a male Teddy Babe has already been designed and is pending development.