... The "Car Talk" radio guys go on a joke-filled quest to find the perfect car of the future in a TV show premiering on Earth Day. And the punch line is that the technology they're looking for is already available - for a price, that is. ... [full article] (34 views)
... Thirty-one teams say they’ll line up to compete for at least $10 million by developing a marketable 100-mpg automobile … if the Automotive X Prize program can come up with the cash, that is. The X Prize Foundation says it’s hoping to do that by the end of the year, in time for the big auto shows. ... [full article] (27 views)
Any article (it can be news, opinions, reviews ...) on the web that you find good or useful and want to share with everyone. Add the title of the article, few lines (snippet) from the article, and the article's URL. add nowmore help...
Why should I? or how it helps?
There can be many reasons. You may like the article, you maybe passionate about the author, you may have got impressed about something in the article. By adding the snippet of the article to WebYAM with right set of tags, you are making life easy for people who just want to know about or keep track of or interested in the topic (i.e. your tag text). For e.g. if you tag your article snippet with word "Vegetarian Food" then your snippet will appear on WebYAM's "Vegetarian Food" page (i.e. webyam.com/snippets/vegetarian-food.html).
Cluster is the best way to organize your web. Give a title, a short description and select the tags you want to track in that cluster and your own cluster will be ready to use. create nowmore help...
Your 'My Clusters' page will show all the clusters you have created and from there you can select the cluster you want to see. The cluster page will show all users' bookmarked articles that has at least one of the tags that you selected for that cluster.
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