Monday, December 05, 2005



It’s really an interesting idea and I was impressed with the concept of . If you wonder what is that,

“ was created as a mechanism to quickly bypass the login of web sites that require compulsory registration and/or the collection of personal/demographic information (such as the New York Times).”

Every now and then you would have faced websites asking you to register with them before letting you to read an article or post some comment, sometimes you would register if you had any plans to come back but most of the time users would quit, atleast I did. BugMeNot gives you usernames/password for sites, basically these usernames are from a person who had registered with that particular site and does not mind sharing it. So it’s one registration which is shared and multiple users using it.

I was reading articles from and wanted to post some comments but was asked to register etc etc, so quit my plans on that. But now I thought of testing this bugmenot with the zdnet site and got a username and password and was really surprised it worked and voila, that’s really cool.

This is indeed an innovative service and the idea is real good.

The other idea which I am impressed very much is the It’s the collection of favourites ie bookmarks, now bookmarks are no longer specific to machines and my account helps me to open bookmark with any pc`s/computers. There were times when I really missed my bookmarks and could not remember the sites url correctly, this services puts and end to all this.

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