Glue” provides free recommendations on movies, music, books, gadgets, TV, restaurants, etc. The recommendations “stick” to the bottom of your screen in a narrow panel when you’re at major sites, like,, (the Internet Movie Database), and iTunes.  Click “disable” to turn it off.

When Joy was on, Glue suggested “The Adolescent” because she liked “The Brothers Karamazov” by Dostoyevsky. On IMDB, it suggested “Sabrina” because she liked “Roman Holiday.”


Glue has small prizes each month for the “gurus” of the site. These are people who rate things often, comment often, and are passionate about a subject. This month they’re giving away the book “You Are Not a Gadget,” by Jaron Lanier, who, ironically, is intensely critical of the kind of social networking site that Glue represents.

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