Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Trsly, or, will I stop signing up for extraneous web services anytime soon?

I have been eying this service for awhile, ever since I saw it on a fellow geog's blog that I follow. It's a pretty simple idea. Just a place to post interesting and thoughtful quotations gathered from the web. The site design is clean and focused on the quotations. No social networking component or browser buttons. I think I'm going to enjoy it a lot. So go and check mine out and sign up for your own account if you have some quotes to share. Let me know in the comments if you get your own Trsly account. Hopefully I'll find things to post to there and make it more than just the one comment on the economic stimulus package.

1 comment:

  1. Nope. You might be drawn like a moth to the flame of internet uselessness, but not I! Anyways, start getting published in some journals already. I want some famous stuff to pop up when I do a search for Ben Sigrist.

    On a side note, you're definitely being cited in our work this year, which has a chance to subsequently end up in some GIS journal. *shrugs* I'll send a copy of the abstract along at some point.

    Brett Morgan

    P.S. What do you know about internet mapserver technology? It was something I wanted to try out in our project, but never got around to.