Heres a great service. What with the current state of fuel prices no one can afford not to sign up.
Go to the free website Petrolprices.com, register, enter your postcode & tell it how far you’re willing to travel (2, 5, 10 or 20 miles) and it’ll list today’s cheapest petrol stations in your area for unleaded, diesel, LPG and other fuels. A quick check before you need to fill up should be enough to save you serious cash.
“From the founder of the cool hunter comes dear-god.net; a startlingly new concept of spirituality where people from all over the planet reveal their innermost hopes and fears in the form of prayers to god.”
As one online site stated “After viewing this website I found it to be so honest of the world’s reflection and thoughts. See we as believers probably wonder and ask the same types of questions, but never express them to anyone. There are a lot of different views about what and who God is and that is reflected in this site. Try to not view this with a closed mind….Try not to debate that you know the right answer….Try to view this as an opportunity to peek into the heart of our world”.
The logo and site design were created by London based design agency Something Somewhere – the same firm that created the Artic Monkeys website.
Just went through the PSFK Presentation ‘Change The World Or Go Home’. To my surprise (in slide no.5) I found this Photo I took at the PSFK conference in London back in June.
Nice to know I helped ‘change the world’ 🙂
Okay enough about me… heres the presentation
slide 73 – my favourite. (apart from 5 of course) 😉
Watch the video, and open your mind to a whole new level of (homemade) creativity.
I love the idea, especially as you can download the blueprints and build one at home for around $2400.
‘Power to the people’ is something I’ve found my self self saying quite a lot in a few meetings of recent. So when I stumbled across this in yesterday evenings London paper, I thought I’d snap it, stick it on here to help me emphasize the point next time I find my self in that mode I like to call ‘Digital hippie’.
I’ve also added a new category especially for this stuff (in case you were interested), because i’m pretty certain theres plenty more on the way.