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24 hours on craigslist

22/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : 24 hours on craigslist

Intel mulls Linux Centrino support

22/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Intel mulls Linux Centrino support

The Difference Between HaidaBucks and Starbucks

22/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

jkottke : The Difference Between HaidaBucks and Starbucks

Photoshop Album 2.0 Start Edition

22/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Anil Dash : Photoshop Album 2.0 Start Edition - a free downloadable light version of the closest thing to iPhoto for Windows

Google bombing updated

22/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Alex Dudas : Google bombing updated - Time was - say, two months ago - when typing the phrase "miserable failure" into the Google search box produced an unexpected result: the...

why there should be more scholarly and scientific weblogs

22/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : why there should be more scholarly and scientific weblogs - I haven't been pulling my weight. get right on that.

Fire drills and the human condition

22/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Fire drills and the human condition

Whitespace - Web Typography

22/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Whitespace - Web Typography - Nah, doesn't look right, let's just go back to Verdana

10 reasons why RSS is not ready for prime time

22/01/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : 10 reasons why RSS is not ready for prime time - not completely up to date, but a few goods points nonetheless (note: RSS3.0 is supposed to be a joke)

Anil Dash : 10 reasons why RSS is not ready for prime time - some legitimate criticisms of the current syndication experience

Philippe Janvier : 10 reasons why RSS is not ready for prime time - Est-ce que RSS est aussi bon que çà ?

Simon Willison : 10 reasons why RSS is not ready for prime time - The title says it all

You just wrong, and I be tryin' to right you.

22/01/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : You just wrong, and I be tryin' to right you. - Margaret Cho is teh rad

Yahoo closes Scandinavia operations

22/01/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Yahoo closes Scandinavia operations - shutting down their local Norway, Denmark, and Sweden portals?

Interesting article Alan Taylor sent me about how the House of Representatives passes bills in th...

22/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Interesting article Alan Taylor sent me about how the House of Representatives passes bills in the middle of the night to game the accountability system - +

Suprnova.org traffic statistics

22/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Suprnova.org traffic statistics - at 3am on a Sunday morning: 25k active torrents, over a million peers

A Garden of Cellular Automata

22/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : A Garden of Cellular Automata - the header graphic evolves over time using data from Weather.com

Paul Hammond : dealmeida.net : en/Programming/a_garden_of_cellular_automata - a simulation of flowers in a garden

dogster, pictures of pets

22/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Anil Dash : dogster, pictures of pets - please god make it stopster

Jeremy Zawodny : dogster

Interactive Social Networking Industry Analyzed via the Value Framework

22/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Anil Dash : Interactive Social Networking Industry Analyzed via the Value Framework - sure it's academic and pretentious, but we like that sort of stuff, don't we?

An argument for light rail in Atlanta (6MB quicktime)

22/01/2004 @ 19:02 UTC

Cameron Marlow : An argument for light rail in Atlanta (6MB quicktime) - Giving Atlanta a respectable public transit system will make it truly metropolitan. My prediction: after the beltline, Atlanta will become THE hipster mecca.

Cameron Marlow : An argument for light rail in Atlanta (6MB quicktime) - Giving Atlanta a respectable public transit system will make it truly metropolitan. My prediction: after the beltline, Atlanta will become THE hipster mecca.

Male nipple removal, odd body modification

22/01/2004 @ 19:02 UTC

Andy Baio : Male nipple removal, odd body modification - warning: this is pretty gross

Wesley Clark on the cover of The Advocate

22/01/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Wesley Clark on the cover of The Advocate - brave, but potentially more damaging than Dean's scream

Adam's angry at the New York Times

22/01/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Adam's angry at the New York Times - aka the blogger who didn't get hired at Google

NASA loses contact with Mars Spirit rover

22/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : NASA loses contact with Mars Spirit rover -

Just how far can that Yeti smack a penguin?

22/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

jkottke : Just how far can that Yeti smack a penguin? - Just how far can that Yeti smack a penguin? (My high score is 320.5.)

Is the Visual World a Grand Illusion?

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Is the Visual World a Grand Illusion? - "There are all sorts of gaps in our conscious experience which has prompted some to argue that we don’t actually see the world as it really is."

Review: Pac-Man Vs for Gamecube and Gameboy Advance

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Review: Pac-Man Vs for Gamecube and Gameboy Advance

"demitasse" RSS feeds for mobile platforms

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Les Orchard : "demitasse" RSS feeds for mobile platforms - "demitasse" RSS feeds for mobile platforms

Qualia - Wikipedia

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Qualia - Wikipedia - "Qualia are the experiences of sensory input (as opposed to the describable facts of such input)"

Link propagation and "discovery credit"

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Link propagation and "discovery credit" - visualizing 'visualizing social networks'

Anil Dash : Link propagation and "discovery credit" - crediting links is so last millennium

Erik Benson : Via Anil Dash, dashiest of the dashy, hail the all-mighty link discoverer! - +

what are axioms?

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : what are axioms? - I wax longwinded at AskMe

security as theater

22/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : security as theater - one got the sense that the dog had strong opinions about the cat's immigration status

iTunes Music Store RSS Generator

22/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : iTunes Music Store RSS Generator

Les Orchard : iTunes Music Store RSS Generator - SWEET! W00T! I've been tyring to hack something like this together on and off for months. Now it's provided by iTMS itself!

Dan Cederholm : iTunes Music Store RSS Generator - Very cool use for feeds.

Surfin' Safari - Obtrusive XML Error Reporting

22/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Surfin' Safari - Obtrusive XML Error Reporting - an error report at the top that lists all of the discovered errors

Simple tricks for more usable forms

22/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Richard Rutter : Simple tricks for more usable forms - (Web standards) More smart JavaScript and intelligent CSS from Simon Willison

Ethan Marcotte : Simple Tricks for More Usable Forms - Simon Willison's latest Sitepoint article. Good stuff.

Dan Cederholm : Simple Tricks for More Usable Forms - Great tips from Simon Willison, and I of course love the title.

Paul Hammond : Simple Tricks for More Usable Forms - It's the Little Things that Count

Lie-detector glasses offer peek at future of security

22/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Alex Dudas : Lie-detector glasses offer peek at future of security - It may not be long before you hear airport security screeners ask, "Do you plan on hijacking this plane?" A U.S. company using technology...

The Blog Philes - Mouche

22/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

François Hodierne : The Blog Philes - Mouche

Philippe Janvier : The Blog Philes - Mouche - Interview d'une weblogueuse :)

Fotolog featuring pictures of the homeless

22/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

jkottke : Fotolog featuring pictures of the homeless

XHTML-Print recommendation

22/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Anil Dash : XHTML-Print recommendation - is it telling that the XHTML print spec is available in PostScript and PDF versions?

What a mine looks like

22/01/2004 @ 15:02 UTC

Steve Cook : What a mine looks like - The rest of the photos on the site are staggering, too.

Smack the Penguin

22/01/2004 @ 15:02 UTC

Aquarion : Smack the Penguin - Also availble in drug enhanced format

Welsh tongue-twister could keep English at bay

22/01/2004 @ 15:02 UTC

Aquarion : Welsh tongue-twister could keep English at bay - "The church of St. Mary in the hollow of white hazel trees near the rapid whirlpool by St. Tysilio's of the red cave".

The Most Humiliating Webcam Chat, EVER!

22/01/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Les Orchard : The Most Humiliating Webcam Chat, EVER!

eurekster

22/01/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Philippe Janvier : eurekster - "Un moteur qui se souvient de mes recherches et de celles de vos amis"

riley dog enters year 5 -- congratulations!

22/01/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : riley dog enters year 5 -- congratulations! - and thank you, Steve.

Happy Year of the Golden Monkey

22/01/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Happy Year of the Golden Monkey - and many merry blue oxes

An interview with Dave Shea

22/01/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : An interview with Dave Shea - Insightful, excellent stuff.

Paul Hammond : Digital Web Magazine - An interview with Dave Shea - show, not tell, the benefits of standards

Richard Rutter : Interview with Dave Shea - (New media industry) Digital Web magazine

Dan Cederholm : An Interview with Dave Shea - At Digital Web

Anil Dash : Digital Web interview with Dave Shea - Dave's one of a whole crop of great web designers who seem to have risen to prominence of late, which is heartening to see

NAA Digital Edge Winners Announced

22/01/2004 @ 11:25 UTC

Simon Willison : NAA Digital Edge Winners Announced - We won best entertainment site for Lawrence.com :)

When Word-to-XML conversion gets nasty

22/01/2004 @ 11:25 UTC

Simon Willison : When Word-to-XML conversion gets nasty - "it is impossible to automatically convert unstructured sources into structured formats"

Minding the Planet: Is Blogging just for Geeks?

22/01/2004 @ 11:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Minding the Planet: Is Blogging just for Geeks? - I like blogging. Everyone I know likes blogging. But let's face it, we are all a bunch of geek

Richard MacManus : Nova Spivack: "I like blogging. Everyone I know likes blogging. But let's face it, we are all a bunch of geeks."

Philippe Janvier : Is Blogging just for Geeks? - "What we have now is part of the formula that will generate mainstream killer apps."

Joi Ito on how blogging and media can be friends.

22/01/2004 @ 11:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Joi Ito on how blogging and media can be friends.

vouich.com

22/01/2004 @ 11:00 UTC

François Hodierne : vouich.com - Marc-o est de retour ! tu reste cette fois ci einh ?

The War according to a 7 year old

22/01/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Aquarion : The War according to a 7 year old - ...

Reality documentaries--Super Size Me sounds interesting, but probably not interesting enough to w...

22/01/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Reality documentaries--Super Size Me sounds interesting, but probably not interesting enough to watch (glad they summarized it here for me) - +

David Raynes: Optional-Redirect v0.1

22/01/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : David Raynes: Optional-Redirect v0.1 - I upgraded to MT 2.661 now, but I was not too sure about whether I wanted to use the new redirect "feature"

Dichotomy's Purgatory: Bring Me Your Regexs! I Will Create HTML To Break Them!

22/01/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Dichotomy's Purgatory: Bring Me Your Regexs! I Will Create HTML To Break Them! - Parsing HTML is a solved problem. Use a library.

Simon Willison : Bring Me Your Regexs! I Will Create HTML To Break Them! - "Parsing HTML is a solved problem. Use a library."

search.cpan.org: HTML::Sanitizer - HTML Sanitizer

22/01/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : search.cpan.org: HTML::Sanitizer - HTML Sanitizer - strip out unwanted HTML elements and attributes

Computational Complexity of Games and Puzzles: "If a game is in P, it becomes no fun once you lea...

22/01/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Computational Complexity of Games and Puzzles: "If a game is in P, it becomes no fun once you learn "the trick" to perfect play, but hardness results imply that there is no such trick to learn: the game is inexhaustible." Very relevant to my search for a - +

Complexity classes P and NP, from Wikipedia

22/01/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Complexity classes P and NP, from Wikipedia - +

For problems that have exponential time complexity (or worse) to solve, it makes practical sense ...

22/01/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

Erik Benson : For problems that have exponential time complexity (or worse) to solve, it makes practical sense to use approximation, probability, to look for special cases, and find tricks that seem to work but have no proof - +

Brain sandwiches

22/01/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Steve Cook : Brain sandwiches - "The decision means customers will have to switch to pork brains, which they tend to not like as much because they are smaller and more difficult to work with..."

Top 20 Male Reactions to Olive Oyl

22/01/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Top 20 Male Reactions to Olive Oyl - from this obsessive Olive Oyl fanpage

Mail.app plugs and suggestions

22/01/2004 @ 05:01 UTC

Les Orchard : Mail.app plugs and suggestions - "A repository of links, suggestions, resources and information in relation to Apple's mail.app."

jimray : Apple Mail plug-ins and tools - Heeps of plugins

Lemmings?

22/01/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Lemmings?

How to collaborate with others, lessons from string quartets

22/01/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

jkottke : How to collaborate with others, lessons from string quartets

Evidence (ahem) that Tufte is indeed working on his new book, Beautiful Evidence

22/01/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

jkottke : Evidence (ahem) that Tufte is indeed working on his new book, Beautiful Evidence

Laurie Sumiye

22/01/2004 @ 04:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Laurie Sumiye - An elegant, pretty, and playful Flash portfolio.

[IP] Not the future we expected

22/01/2004 @ 03:01 UTC

Les Orchard : [IP] Not the future we expected - "the most rapid innovation in American history occurred not in the booming 1990s ... but in the period between the Wall Street crash of 1929 and the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 - the period we still call the Great Depression."

Scotsman.com reports on the Literary Weblogs boom (via Blogroots.com)

22/01/2004 @ 03:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Scotsman.com reports on the Literary Weblogs boom (via Blogroots.com)

Findory.com: a new and very cool personalized news site--this one doesn't require you to register...

22/01/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Findory.com: a new and very cool personalized news site--this one doesn't require you to register. I think it's by Greg Linden (former co-worker), though I don't know for sure... - +

We Blog book, ch 8: Using Blogs in Business

22/01/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : We Blog book, ch 8: Using Blogs in Business

Jeremy Zawodny : blogroot: using blogs in business - blogroot: using blogs in business: i need to finish reading this

EContentMag.com: "What is valuable in intranet context is that the RSS feed technology can be use...

22/01/2004 @ 01:01 UTC

Richard MacManus : EContentMag.com: "What is valuable in intranet context is that the RSS feed technology can be used to provide a "push" of information..."

Pixelcharmer: Classification plug-ins for MT. Compares bottom-up faceted to top-down hierarchical.

22/01/2004 @ 01:01 UTC

Richard MacManus : Pixelcharmer: Classification plug-ins for MT. Compares bottom-up faceted to top-down hierarchical.

Mopsos: "In corporate settings, weblogs are less important than collaborative spaces [...] very f...

22/01/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Mopsos: "In corporate settings, weblogs are less important than collaborative spaces [...] very few people actually write knowledge-intensive documents".

Beware of Strangers

22/01/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Beware of Strangers - Neat anti-comment spam idea: watch out for IP addresses that have never visted your site before

Netcat 1.10 Readme

22/01/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Netcat 1.10 Readme - Ultra useful command-line networking tool

gale brewer is making smart use of tech again

22/01/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Anil Dash : gale brewer is making smart use of tech again - given her track record with the web site and kiosks, i'm inclined to think this will work

Portsmouth's Tricorn Centre will be demolished in March

22/01/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

phil : Portsmouth's Tricorn Centre will be demolished in March - Looks like it was built by Blakes 7 modelmakers. In a good(ish) way.

Column Two: good collection of articles on weblogs + intranets.

22/01/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Column Two: good collection of articles on weblogs + intranets.

Friendster Gift Registry?

22/01/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Friendster Gift Registry?

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