31.07.08 by Jeff

Image bookmarking top ten lists!

oobject is like ffffound (what’s with all the websites with repeated letters these days, haha sheesh), if ffffound were organized by a really anal person. Actually oobject is one of several “curation” sites that are becoming really popular. You suggest images, they curate and compile. 16 giant bucket excavators. 10 ski jumps. 12 ejector seats. 18 tiny projectors. 10 luxury trains. 20 classic 8mm cameras. The images below are from a list of craftsy weapons.

The description on the is the site is “like Billboard charts for Gadgets”, but I think they easily could have gone with “like ffffound, just more anal” – not sure why they didn’t…

http://www.oobject.com













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • margit

    hallo, vielleicht hilft es krieg zu verhindern?????????????????

  • I’m working on a new image bookmarking that will let people upload unlimited pictures, tag them and share them.
    till now it’s just a preview, please let me know what u think.
    the website is http://200g.org

    I loove booooooom.com
    see u around
    federico

  • For really interesting images discovery tailored to your taste, there’s http://imggot.com

    super cool

  • try out

    speakimg.com

    it really have cool stuffs
    dont forget to visit the zoomgallery of this site





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