CSS Zen Garden is really showing of what you can do with CSS. Basically they made radically different designs of the site by only changing the CSS. Take for example a look at these 3 sites and find the differences 😉
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It’s Google Wave and it’s built completely in Google Web Toolkit and even better most of it will be open sourced. Really cool technology. Check the video below
The Real Time Web is a popular topic at the moment. There was already Twitter Search which searches twitter but now you get search engines that search multiple realtime sources like Twitter, Delicious.com and Digg. An interesting contender in that area is Scoopler because the search restults change while you are watching the result page. Look for instance at this search of the Obama.
What do you think? Is it useful? Is it too easy to copy by Google, such that Scoopler won’t make it?
I always found it a real pain to look for airline tickets on the internet. You have to go to several sites and usually the search is very slow. Recently I discovered kayak.com and I really like it. Kayak collects data from 140+ travel sites and the search they have is much faster than other sites. Furthermore it immediately shows you the prices for travelling on days around the days you want to travel. That way you can see immediately if you can save some money. The interface kayak uses is also very easy to use. In short I highly recommend using Kayak for planning one of your next trips