Stumbles for July 17, 2008

Useful iPhone Applications for Travelers

A pretty good list of useful iPhone applications for travellers. Not sure how useful the Morse code app actually would be, but the WeatherBug, Accufuel (mileage tracking), Steps (pedometer), and Lonely Planet Mobile Phrasebooks looked particularly useful. iPhone 3G: Released Friday, Pwned Tuesday : Boy Genius Report

It’s pretty much a given that any phone computing device like the iPhone will be unlocked within a matter of days once the right people get their hands on it. DCoda & WP_StumbleDigest

WordPress plugin that allows you to post a daily digest post of all your recent Stumbles. Looking forward to giving this a try on axodys.com. James Hubbard’s My Family Doctor Blog & Blog Archive & Write It Down to Lose More Weight: How to keep a food diary

My wife has used this technique very successfully to lose weight after her last pregnancy and it’s probably something I should look at doing myself. Failure plus Persistence equals Success | Alex Shalman . com

Good blog post about the importance of tenacity and not giving up after failure while striving for success. Six Free BlackBerry Downloads You Dont Want to Miss – CIO.com – Business Technology Leadership

GoogleMaps and TwitterBerry are the two apps that really jump out at me. Anatomy Ads – Monetize Anything – Home

Interesting looking new social advertising system that’s now in beta testing for those interested in signing up. The Story of the Fail Whale – ReadWriteWeb

Pretty cool story about the Fail Whale image and the community that his embraced it and helped make money for the illustrator who created it.

  • http://www.myfamilydoctor.com James Hubbard, M.D., M.P.H.

    Thanks for the link to James Hubbard’s My Family Doctor regarding the food diary. I think writing all your food intake down makes you realize the little choices you make can add up.

  • http://axodys.com Jason

    You’re welcome and as someone who probably tends to snack more than I should I agree completely that it can add up quickly.

  • http://anatomyads.com Aaron Richard

    That’s for the Stumble, Jason!

  • http://axodys.com Jason

    No problem, Aaron. I’m looking forward to trying out your service on a couple of my sites.