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accept headers are horribly broken

3/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : accept headers are horribly broken - mostly internet explorer

are we there yet? are we there yet? are we there yet?

3/01/2004 @ 22:15 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : are we there yet? are we there yet? are we there yet? - apparently not

A Whirlwind Tour of the Protestant Reformation

3/01/2004 @ 22:10 UTC

jkottke : A Whirlwind Tour of the Protestant Reformation

Is the Blogging World Fair?

3/01/2004 @ 22:05 UTC

Anil Dash : Is the Blogging World Fair? - i'm always very heartened that marko asks questions about what we *should* be doing

congrats to derek and heather

3/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Anil Dash : congrats to derek and heather - i had figured the requisite engagement ring announcement photo would have been a mirror shot, though

Tom Coates : Derek and Heather 4ever

SF Chronicle list of free music downloads

3/01/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Jeff Veen : SF Chronicle list of free music downloads

InfoDesign: Understanding by Design

3/01/2004 @ 19:10 UTC

Jeff Veen : InfoDesign: Understanding by Design - New design, new features, new feeds

Diana Sailplanes

3/01/2004 @ 19:05 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Diana Sailplanes

Hollywood and computers

3/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Hollywood and computers - historical depictions of computers in film

King William's College quiz

3/01/2004 @ 18:10 UTC

Alex Dudas : King William's College quiz - Pupils at King William's College on the Isle of Man have suffered this fiendish general knowledge quiz for 99 years. The average score is...

Howard Dean wants to taxes, whether you're dead or alive

3/01/2004 @ 18:05 UTC

Alex Dudas : Howard Dean wants to taxes, whether you're dead or alive - Sounds like good old-fashioned socialist tax-and-spend to me.

T-Mobile Rapes Starbucks Customers

3/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : T-Mobile Rapes Starbucks Customers

He's still alive and kicking

3/01/2004 @ 17:05 UTC

Alex Dudas : He's still alive and kicking - There was a time when no one expected Keith Richards to reach 40, let alone 60. But as the Rolling Stone guitarist approaches his...

Vegard is listening to one new album a week in 2004

3/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : Vegard is listening to one new album a week in 2004

Earth orbit slows no more, baffling scientists

3/01/2004 @ 13:10 UTC

Alex Dudas : Earth orbit slows no more, baffling scientists - Experts agree that the rate at which the Earth travels through space has slowed ever so slightly for millennia. To make the world's official...

Keeping up the pressure on the axis

3/01/2004 @ 13:05 UTC

Alex Dudas : Keeping up the pressure on the axis - Saddam surrenders; lots of big-time Baathist dead-enders rounded up by the Americans, and various small-time Baathist dead-enders more brutally dispatched by their countrymen; Gaddafi...

Are You A Blogaholic?

3/01/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Alex Dudas : Are You A Blogaholic? - Question 25. Do you think this quiz is blogworthy? Apparently.

Upgrade - BOFH-style

3/01/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Ben Milleare : Upgrade - BOFH-style

Statistically significant albums of 2003

3/01/2004 @ 09:20 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Statistically significant albums of 2003 - R Kelly sneaks onto the list somehow?

Too bad plink already means to fiddle with your face, hair, and general look in the bathroom befo...

3/01/2004 @ 09:15 UTC

Erik Benson : Too bad plink already means to fiddle with your face, hair, and general look in the bathroom before going out - +

Please Don't Buy My Magnets

3/01/2004 @ 09:10 UTC

Andy Baio : Please Don't Buy My Magnets - buy them, don't buy them... make up your mind, Mark!

ReadyMade sells PDF back issues for $5 each

3/01/2004 @ 09:05 UTC

Andy Baio : ReadyMade sells PDF back issues for $5 each - clever revenue model for magazines

Cringely's tech predictions for 2004

3/01/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Cringely's tech predictions for 2004 - he has a good track record

XML and Databases

3/01/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Jeff Veen : XML and Databases - A nice primer on the subject

Kayode Okeyode : XML and Databases

Syndicated Feeds on LiveJournal

3/01/2004 @ 06:20 UTC

Les Orchard : Syndicated Feeds on LiveJournal

The Bubble of American Supremacy

3/01/2004 @ 06:15 UTC

Les Orchard : The Bubble of American Supremacy

Alex Dudas : George Soros: The Bubble of American Supremacy - A prominent financier argues that the heedless assertion of American power in the world resembles a financial bubble—and the moment of truth may be...

François Hodierne : Georges Soros : The Bubble of American Supremacy - "A prominent financier argues that the heedless assertion of American power in the world resembles a financial bubble"

Jeff Veen : The Bubble of American Supremacy - George Soros on the Bush administration's forign policy contradictions

just like in Howards End

3/01/2004 @ 06:10 UTC

gleuschk : just like in Howards End - I have nightmares about being buried by books

American Wedding on DVD

3/01/2004 @ 06:05 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : American Wedding on DVD

more on: do not parse html with regexes

3/01/2004 @ 06:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : more on: do not parse html with regexes - the upcoming feedparser 2.7 sanitizes dangerous markup like this

The transition to full night happens when the sun is 18 degrees below the horizon.

3/01/2004 @ 04:05 UTC

gleuschk : The transition to full night happens when the sun is 18 degrees below the horizon. - you do, you do learn something every damn day

unicode decoder tools

3/01/2004 @ 04:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : unicode decoder tools - it's the unidecoder

ungoogle.com

3/01/2004 @ 02:25 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : ungoogle.com

Functional pinhole camera made out of paper

3/01/2004 @ 02:20 UTC

Andy Baio : Functional pinhole camera made out of paper - do it yourself with the PDF instructions

jkottke : How to make a pinhole camera that looks like a real camera out of paper

Plink, FOAF search engine

3/01/2004 @ 02:15 UTC

Andy Baio : Plink, FOAF search engine -

Anil Dash : PLINK: people link, a FOAF search engine - just the sort of app i was hoping to see emerge from the passive recording of metadata that's starting to happen

Ben Milleare : PLINK: people.link

Wayne Burkett : PLINK - People Link - Mapping relationships via searchable FOAF files

Jeff Veen : PLINK - People Link - FOAF aggregator and explorer

Paul Hammond : PLINK - People Link - This site is just an experimental piece of coding at the moment

Philippe Janvier : PLINK - People Link - "A new way to find friends, and friends of friends !" :)

drm still sucks

3/01/2004 @ 02:10 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : drm still sucks - i am shocked, shocked

on not blogging

3/01/2004 @ 02:05 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : on not blogging - i could have fact-checked their asses, but who cares?

best. shirt. ever.

3/01/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : best. shirt. ever. - i have to preface the rest of this portion of my post by apologizing for being such a dork

Grandparenting will never be the same

3/01/2004 @ 01:10 UTC

Simon Willison : Grandparenting will never be the same - The video phone is finally here (via)

Entering CasualSpace...

3/01/2004 @ 01:05 UTC

Simon Willison : Entering CasualSpace... - Virtual spaces with iChat AV (via)

Free WiFi in California

3/01/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Free WiFi in California

eXist: Open Source XML Database

3/01/2004 @ 00:25 UTC

Jeff Veen : eXist: Open Source XML Database

Anne van Kesteren : Open Source Native XML Database - Really cool and fast. Be sure to check out the "XML Acronyms" demo #

The Daily Standards

3/01/2004 @ 00:20 UTC

Wayne Burkett : The Daily Standards - Pointing to sites designed for the future

Richard Rutter : Daily Standards - (Web standards) Recognizing sites lovingly crafted with web standards/ [via]

Dan Cederholm : The Daily Standards - An ongoing roundup of sites built with web standards.

Anil Dash : The Daily Standards - xhtml uber alles

cobra libre : the daily standards - one well-designed, standards-compliant web site a day

101 Ways to Save the Internet

3/01/2004 @ 00:15 UTC

Wayne Burkett : 101 Ways to Save the Internet - By Paul Boutin

Alex Dudas : 101 Ways to Save the Internet - Where's a superhero when you need one? The Net, which once seemed so invincible, is under attack by the forces of evil. Viruses knock...

Happy Blogday, Rex

3/01/2004 @ 00:10 UTC

gleuschk : Happy Blogday, Rex - Golublog enters the turr'ble twos

mystery of the Voynich Manuscript solved?

3/01/2004 @ 00:05 UTC

gleuschk : mystery of the Voynich Manuscript solved? - or at least reproduced, which is almost as good (previously on the .org) (via randomwalks)

join the social software revolution!

3/01/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Anil Dash : join the social software revolution! - apparently someone's starting an anotherster rather late in the game

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