iis lockdown and urlscan

8/01/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : iis lockdown and urlscan - fascinating look at the options available to prevent various types of attacks against iis

no matter what you do, weblog spam will only get worse

8/01/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : no matter what you do, weblog spam will only get worse - spammers have it in their heads that weblogs are an exploitable target

"password to modify" word documents cracked by viewing source of exported html

8/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : "password to modify" word documents cracked by viewing source of exported html - let's hear it for self-describing data

telling the dogs apart

8/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : telling the dogs apart - i'm pretty sure my dog does not dream of either economics or game theory

an explanation and guide of the peters world map

8/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : an explanation and guide of the peters world map - as seen on the west wing

defining a web site

8/01/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : defining a web site - please, for the love of god, will somebody who knows what they're doing standardize this

NOOOOOOOOOO! [Via BoingBoing]

8/01/2004 @ 22:01 UTC

Aquarion : NOOOOOOOOOO! [Via BoingBoing] - Barbie and Ken as Arwen and Aragorn

Winexpose

8/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Winexpose - Can't wait to see how long this little infringement lasts.

looks like msn 9 won't respect web standards either

8/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : looks like msn 9 won't respect web standards either - 485 validation errors, no DOCTYPE, no character encoding

HP to sell branded iPods

8/01/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Anil Dash : HP to sell branded iPods - "we only really hate dell and microsoft", apple fans clarify

Nanotubes could make better brain probes

8/01/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Nanotubes could make better brain probes - Mmm... brain probes.

sylloge: Don't Use Buttons

8/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : sylloge: Don't Use Buttons - There was no reason for those stupid things ever to have been invented.

Clay's trip to Atari HQ in 1983

8/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Clay's trip to Atari HQ in 1983 - luckiest kid ever

the challenges of syncing

8/01/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the challenges of syncing - it's a hard problem that looks easy

Blimey. I'd only just adjusted to 4.*...

8/01/2004 @ 19:20 UTC

Aquarion : Blimey. I'd only just adjusted to 4.*... - MySQL 5 forked

Met her. Swatted her. Cannot kill her.

8/01/2004 @ 19:19 UTC

Aquarion : Met her. Swatted her. Cannot kill her. - The Bug Fairy

Liquid web design tutorial

8/01/2004 @ 19:19 UTC

Richard Rutter : Liquid web design tutorial - (Typography) The four inch rule…? [via]

XHTML Friends Network

8/01/2004 @ 19:19 UTC

Richard Rutter : XHTML Friends Network - (Blogging) From Tantek, Eric et al [via]

Republican National Committee's deceitful "Bush-Hitler" attack on MoveOn.org a huge success

8/01/2004 @ 19:18 UTC

Les Orchard : Republican National Committee's deceitful "Bush-Hitler" attack on MoveOn.org a huge success - Republican National Committee's deceitful "Bush-Hitler" attack on MoveOn.org a huge success

Humans Should Intentionally Seed Life on Mars. Why We Must Start Now.

8/01/2004 @ 19:18 UTC

Les Orchard : Humans Should Intentionally Seed Life on Mars. Why We Must Start Now.

Teams announced for 2004 Tour Down Under

8/01/2004 @ 19:18 UTC

Jeff Veen : Teams announced for 2004 Tour Down Under - Good to see Navigators on the international roster

Blogdigger

8/01/2004 @ 19:17 UTC

Jeff Veen : Blogdigger - Yet Another RSS Search Engine

S.F. man is homeless -- by choice

8/01/2004 @ 19:17 UTC

Jeff Veen : S.F. man is homeless -- by choice - $700k in the bank. Family members tried to get him inside. "You can't make me."

David Lynch's entire oeuvre condensed to 77 words

8/01/2004 @ 19:17 UTC

phil : David Lynch's entire oeuvre condensed to 77 words

The Best of 2003

8/01/2004 @ 19:17 UTC

Dan Cederholm : The Best of 2003 - Todd Dominey's excellent roundup of lists.

Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Shortened Words

8/01/2004 @ 19:16 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Shortened Words - Nice roundup of resources.

MnM's in black and white

8/01/2004 @ 19:16 UTC

Alex Dudas : MnM's in black and white - In a marketing gimmick reminiscent of the gold ticket in "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory," M&M's will run a contest in 2004 which will...

The bare truth

8/01/2004 @ 19:16 UTC

Alex Dudas : The bare truth - Why are humans nearly hairless? And why do some wish to become more so

Earth orbit slows no more, baffling scientists

8/01/2004 @ 19:16 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

8/01/2004 @ 19:15 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...

Tony Blair for President 2004

8/01/2004 @ 19:15 UTC

Alex Dudas : Tony Blair for President 2004 - Between the babbling of George W. Bush on the right, the blathering of the anti-war left, and the cluck-clucking of media hens everywhere, stands...

What Matrix Persona Are You ?

8/01/2004 @ 19:15 UTC

Philippe Janvier : What Matrix Persona Are You ? - "You are Agent Smith, from "The Matrix."

Atom Feed Autodiscovery

8/01/2004 @ 19:15 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Atom Feed Autodiscovery - "...a standard machine-readable method of linking to an Atom feed from a HyperText Markup Language (HTML) or Extensible HyperText Markup Language (XHTML) document, using the <link> element."

Angela Talk

8/01/2004 @ 19:15 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Angela Talk - RDF pour décideur : "an imaginary conversation with an angel investor".

FOAF is a way to go

8/01/2004 @ 19:14 UTC

Philippe Janvier : FOAF is a way to go - "What's more fun - reading RSS feeds or flirting with strangers ?"

WordPress

8/01/2004 @ 19:14 UTC

Wayne Burkett : WordPress

List Style Bullet Images

8/01/2004 @ 19:13 UTC

Wayne Burkett : List Style Bullet Images - At webgraphics.com

Land Geist

8/01/2004 @ 19:12 UTC

Wayne Burkett : Land Geist

Top Ten Histological and Anatomical Entities of 2003

8/01/2004 @ 19:12 UTC

gleuschk : Top Ten Histological and Anatomical Entities of 2003 - I (heart) my #8

El Senor de Pantalones!

8/01/2004 @ 19:12 UTC

gleuschk : El Senor de Pantalones! - mr. pants back in the aught-aught-fo'

Seppuku: Practical Guide

8/01/2004 @ 19:12 UTC

Paul Ford : Seppuku: Practical Guide - A loose kimono should be worn. As soon as the Sambo tray with the knife is placed before you, allow the kimono to fall open, reach forward, pull the tray toward you, pick up the knife and cut from left to right. The "jumonji", the crosswise cut, may be om

They Explain, You Decide

8/01/2004 @ 19:11 UTC

Paul Ford : They Explain, You Decide - I've received some emails from paranoid fellow-citizens wondering how long it would be before the feds show up at my door to question me. For the inquiring federal officer, I think this brief piece by Aaron Schutzengel regarding “â€�

Art for the Cosmos

8/01/2004 @ 19:11 UTC

Paul Ford : Art for the Cosmos - A riff on . "Its no secret, though little remarked on, that before 2001, most New Yorkers hated the World Trade Center. Although useful as a way to determine which way was south below 23rd St., they were largely seen as ugly, imposing structures that loom

Jack Rusher's Triple Store

8/01/2004 @ 19:11 UTC

Paul Ford : Jack Rusher's Triple Store - “A random triple can be retrieved, on a cold cache, in around sixty milliseconds. Organic workloads perform very well because the system attempts to place data together on disk so that, for instance, the string table for OWL Lite can be stored

Gentoo PS2

8/01/2004 @ 19:10 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Gentoo PS2 - Spend a week compiling linux on your PS2!

isbndb.com, a free ISBN database

8/01/2004 @ 19:10 UTC

Erik Benson : isbndb.com, a free ISBN database - +

Cluster Knoppix

8/01/2004 @ 19:10 UTC

Ben Milleare : Cluster Knoppix

Windows -> Linux Software

8/01/2004 @ 19:09 UTC

Ben Milleare : Windows -> Linux Software

Hyper-threading Performance

8/01/2004 @ 19:09 UTC

Ben Milleare : Hyper-threading Performance

Mark Bernstein on how weblogs improve writing. All good points.

8/01/2004 @ 19:09 UTC

Richard MacManus : Mark Bernstein on how weblogs improve writing. All good points.

Alex Dudas : Do Weblogs Improve Writing? - Will Richardson asks whether weblogs improve writing. He thinks "the jury is still out on that one." But we already know the verdict.

Mark Bernstein: "...rich linking is the new direction in weblog design". He seems to be saying th...

8/01/2004 @ 19:08 UTC

Richard MacManus : Mark Bernstein: "...rich linking is the new direction in weblog design". He seems to be saying that hypertext links are more useful than categorisation.

Erik Benson : I'm thinking pretty much the same thing (and will have something to show for it soon): rich (and easy) linking beats categorization - +

Mailio - email with training wheels

8/01/2004 @ 19:08 UTC

Simon Willison : Mailio - email with training wheels - Webmail for kids, with a parent controlled whitelist (via)

iPod mini

8/01/2004 @ 19:08 UTC

Simon Willison : iPod mini - Todd thinks Apple blew it. I'm inclined to agree.

Broadcatching with BitTorrent

8/01/2004 @ 19:07 UTC

François Hodierne : Broadcatching with BitTorrent - L'idée inverse à ce qui peut se dire en ce moment. Oups, joyeux Noël au fait !

Pompage.net - Les Portes Coulissantes de CSS.

8/01/2004 @ 19:07 UTC

François Hodierne : Pompage.net - Les Portes Coulissantes de CSS. - Traduction de l'article de Doug Bowman

SearchGrid

8/01/2004 @ 19:06 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : SearchGrid

gleuschk : Google SearchGrid - It's ... it's the matrix! (via D)

Philippe Janvier : SearchGrid - "Une grille à deux dimensions d'une recherche Google multi-mots-clés"

ITConversations

8/01/2004 @ 19:06 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : ITConversations

monochrom Brandmarker

8/01/2004 @ 19:06 UTC

Paul Hammond : monochrom Brandmarker - An attempt to evaluate the actual power of brands

My precious...

8/01/2004 @ 19:06 UTC

Tom Coates : My precious...

TechTV interviews Timecube crackpot Gene Ray

8/01/2004 @ 19:06 UTC

Andy Baio : TechTV interviews Timecube crackpot Gene Ray - highly entertaining nutcase, much more on his site

John Locke weighs in on the piracy debate

8/01/2004 @ 19:05 UTC

Andy Baio : John Locke weighs in on the piracy debate -

Internet Archive open-sources the Wayback crawler code

8/01/2004 @ 19:05 UTC

Andy Baio : Internet Archive open-sources the Wayback crawler code - more on the Heritrix homepage

Top Ten Reasons to Work at Google vs Microsoft Search

8/01/2004 @ 19:05 UTC

Andy Baio : Top Ten Reasons to Work at Google vs Microsoft Search -

Flash visualization of e-mail discussion lists

8/01/2004 @ 19:05 UTC

Andy Baio : Flash visualization of e-mail discussion lists -

Paul Hammond : social circles - marcos weskamp - Social Circles intends to partially reveal the social networks that emerge in mailing lists

Erik Benson : Visualizing mailing lists... sounds interesting, I would like to see how mailing lists I'm on look like (via overstated.net) - +

Cameron Marlow : Pretty email network visualization - Look at the circles fly!

Photoshop CS and Paint Shop Pro detects and blocks currency editing

8/01/2004 @ 19:05 UTC

Andy Baio : Photoshop CS and Paint Shop Pro detects and blocks currency editing - that's absolute insanity; how it works

Quicktime clip of Howard Dean in Ninja III

8/01/2004 @ 19:04 UTC

Andy Baio : Quicktime clip of Howard Dean in Ninja III - Dean says it's not really him, IMDB still says otherwise

it's just that spreadsheets are fucking boring

8/01/2004 @ 19:04 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : it's just that spreadsheets are fucking boring - indeed

Simon Willison : Daring Fireball: A Big Garage - John Gruber thinks GarageBand demonstrates the essence of Apple's target audience

Yahoo beta-testing an RSS aggregator for My Yahoo

8/01/2004 @ 19:04 UTC

Andy Baio : Yahoo beta-testing an RSS aggregator for My Yahoo -

Mark Pilgrim : yahoo adding an aggregator to my yahoo? - i hope all you single-app aggregator developers have made enough money by now, because your product just became a commodity

all major photocopiers, printers, and (closed-source) image editors block the reproduction of cur...

8/01/2004 @ 19:04 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : all major photocopiers, printers, and (closed-source) image editors block the reproduction of currency - i feel safer already

when it comes to counterfeiting, people are the problem that can not be solved

8/01/2004 @ 19:03 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : when it comes to counterfeiting, people are the problem that can not be solved - $200 bill? sure, how would you like your change, sir?

buy a $200 george bush bill

8/01/2004 @ 19:03 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : buy a $200 george bush bill - it's a steal at twice the price

What not to do at a showing of Return of the King

8/01/2004 @ 19:03 UTC

jkottke : What not to do at a showing of Return of the King

Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection

8/01/2004 @ 19:02 UTC

jkottke : Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection

List of hip shops in NYC

8/01/2004 @ 19:02 UTC

jkottke : List of hip shops in NYC

Goalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!!!!!!!!

8/01/2004 @ 19:02 UTC

jkottke : Goalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!!!!!!!! - Goalllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!!!!!!!! ("a green plastic inset for a urinal, with a football goal installed on top")

The art and science of top ten lists

8/01/2004 @ 19:02 UTC

jkottke : The art and science of top ten lists

Cameron Marlow : How to write top tens - Man is indeed a list making animal

why do conservatives hate american culture?

8/01/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Anil Dash : why do conservatives hate american culture? - sushi-eating, NY Times-reading, Hollywood-loving? these are bad things? why do they hate us?

Erik Benson : In the ad, a farmer says he thinks that "Howard Dean should take his tax-hiking, government-expanding, latte-drinking, sushi-eating, Volvo-driving, New York Times-reading ..." before the farmer's wife then finishes the sentence: "... Hollywood-loving, lef - -

gorgeous animation of pb's tree

8/01/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Anil Dash : gorgeous animation of pb's tree - i wish i had the patience to do this sort of thing, but i get tired of leaning on the window sill after a month or two

Weblog shrinky-dinks

8/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Weblog shrinky-dinks - my blog is longer than your blog

Jeremy Zawodny : weblog snapshots

gleuschk : itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny weblogs - mine's longer than yours

Ethan Marcotte : Blog snapshots - Maybe taken for no particular reason, but entertaining stuff.

Anil Dash : i have a short weblog - sippey's taken some cool-looking pictures of a couple of weblogs, including mine

Wayne Burkett : Weblog snapshots - Linked and created for no particular reason

Jeff Veen : weblog snapshots - It's an honor just to be nominated.

Tom Coates : Sippey's snapshots of weblogs circa Jan 2004 - Sippey's snapshots of weblogs circa Jan 2004

Paul Hammond : weblog snapshots - for no particular reason

Erik Benson : 10 weblog shrinky dinks--they look so nice together like this - +

Philippe Janvier : Weblog snapshots - "For no particular reason". Where's mine :)

there is a Canadian way to be Sikh

8/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Anil Dash : there is a Canadian way to be Sikh - sometimes you can get the best of both worlds

Cruft-free URLs in Movable Type

8/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Anil Dash : Cruft-free URLs in Movable Type - best practices are a good thing. i'm slowing getting there and i think MT is too.

One Nation, Under Secularism

8/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Les Orchard : One Nation, Under Secularism

FOAF is a way to go

8/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Philippe Janvier : FOAF is a way to go - "What's more fun - reading RSS feeds or flirting with strangers ?"

Wow, this is a very cool discussion

8/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Wow, this is a very cool discussion - +

Apple is Religion

8/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Apple is Religion

The musical padlock!

8/01/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Tom Coates : The musical padlock!

Musicmobs, aggregate iTunes playlists

8/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Musicmobs, aggregate iTunes playlists - another attempt at Audioscrobbler for iTunes, but uploaded manually

Tom Coates : Music Mobs uses iTunes' XML libraries to create aggregated information on users' preferences, generating some form of community in the process - Music Mobs uses iTunes' XML libraries to create aggregated information on users' preferences, generating some form of community in the process

Jeff Veen : musicmobs.com :: iTunes community - Share your iTunes XML

Paul Hammond : musicmobs.com :: music intelligence - a social network for music fans

Community sites that make money

8/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Community sites that make money - interesting list

Music Rebellion selling most songs for $.10 each

8/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Music Rebellion selling most songs for $.10 each - DRMed WMA, but cheaper than anywhere else

SocialGrid is a dating service using Google, blogs, P2P, etc.

8/01/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : SocialGrid is a dating service using Google, blogs, P2P, etc. - SocialGrid is a dating service using Google, blogs, P2P, etc. (Best part: "The patent application claims coverage of basically all complex objects, including people, in almost every country.")

Burglars by mail

8/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Burglars by mail - That's a new one.

mozilla implements support for content-location

8/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : mozilla implements support for content-location - let's stick to quoting specs, not blogs

Japan's lost and found culture

8/01/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

jkottke : Japan's lost and found culture - Japan's lost and found culture

BBC News collates what people read and sent to their friends over 2003

8/01/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Tom Coates : BBC News collates what people read and sent to their friends over 2003

Weird: The Paris Hilton Video weblog keeps track of all the news stories (and related video clips...

8/01/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Tom Coates : Weird: The Paris Hilton Video weblog keeps track of all the news stories (and related video clips) about the infamous amateur porno that made it onto the internet

SMS costs you $3000 per MB

8/01/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Tom Coates : SMS costs you $3000 per MB

François Hodierne : Les SMS coûtent 4000 euros par Mo

How to write a great suspense novel. One tip: "Try practicing writing in a mirror. Watch yourself...

8/01/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : How to write a great suspense novel. One tip: "Try practicing writing in a mirror. Watch yourself as you write. What are you doing wrong?"

How is hypertext authoring different?

8/01/2004 @ 10:01 UTC

Richard MacManus : How is hypertext authoring different?

Makiko Itoh: "Much of the things we used to do with JavaScript are now achievable through CSS..."

8/01/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Makiko Itoh: "Much of the things we used to do with JavaScript are now achievable through CSS..."

Bluedcreens goes public !

8/01/2004 @ 09:01 UTC

François Hodierne : Bluedcreens goes public ! - via

Google Search: whois google.com

8/01/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Google Search: whois google.com - Look up google.com in the WHOIS database

S.F. man is homeless -- by choice

8/01/2004 @ 07:04 UTC

Jeff Veen : S.F. man is homeless -- by choice - $700k in the bank. Family members tried to get him inside. "You can't make me."

New York Stories

8/01/2004 @ 07:03 UTC

Paul Ford : New York Stories - A commentary with audio created by Paul Ford for .

Adolf Wolfli, artist or designer?

8/01/2004 @ 07:02 UTC

jkottke : Adolf Wolfli, artist or designer?

Tom Coates : Fascinating arguments about Adolf Wölfli - designer / artist

4.5 years ago: what is a liberal?

8/01/2004 @ 07:01 UTC

Anil Dash : 4.5 years ago: what is a liberal? - i sure used to bold a lot of words back then. but the speech is worth reading.

google does whois

8/01/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Anil Dash : google does whois - another useful feature i found out about from ev's blog. i am wondering how their other billion users are supposed to find these things.

"How can we have a four kart race with seven people?"

8/01/2004 @ 05:04 UTC

Les Orchard : "How can we have a four kart race with seven people?" - "How can we have a four kart race with seven people?"

Humorous Haiku

8/01/2004 @ 05:03 UTC

Wayne Burkett : Humorous Haiku - computer error messages

Why we need the web

8/01/2004 @ 05:02 UTC

gleuschk : Why we need the web - at acts of volition

Xgrid turns a group of Macs into a supercomputer

8/01/2004 @ 05:01 UTC

jkottke : Xgrid turns a group of Macs into a supercomputer

Les Orchard : I want an Xgrid, even though I have little idea what I'd do with it. - I want an Xgrid, even though I have little idea what I'd do with it.

Tom Coates : Ooh. XGrid is awesome hardcore software pornography...

What's the US doing about home-grown, right-wing terrorists? Not much.

8/01/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

jkottke : What's the US doing about home-grown, right-wing terrorists? Not much. - What's the US doing about home-grown, right-wing terrorists? Not much.

ISTP ?! I'm never ISTP.

8/01/2004 @ 04:01 UTC

gleuschk : ISTP ?! I'm never ISTP. - Kiersey test via geegaw

Cruft-free URLs in Movable Type

8/01/2004 @ 04:00 UTC

Anil Dash : Cruft-free URLs in Movable Type - best practices are a good thing. i'm slowing getting there and i think MT is too.

Foiled

8/01/2004 @ 03:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Foiled

Les Orchard : Friends foil Olympia man's home - Mmm... tin foikl

Aquarion : Foiled again - Friends foil Olympia man's home

MobileWhack

8/01/2004 @ 02:05 UTC

Jeff Veen : MobileWhack - What a fantastic addition to the office this would be.

Dave Pollard's most important ideas of 2003 in the world of blogs.

8/01/2004 @ 02:04 UTC

Richard MacManus : Dave Pollard's most important ideas of 2003 in the world of blogs.

Good Experience - Five Ideas for 2004

8/01/2004 @ 02:03 UTC

Richard MacManus : Good Experience - Five Ideas for 2004

ITConversations

8/01/2004 @ 02:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : ITConversations

I still don't get it - $249 for 4Gb, $299 for 15Gb. It's a no-brainer, surely?

8/01/2004 @ 02:01 UTC

Tom Coates : I still don't get it - $249 for 4Gb, $299 for 15Gb. It's a no-brainer, surely? - I still don't get it - $249 for 4Gb, $299 for 15Gb. It's a no-brainer, surely?

My precious...

8/01/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Tom Coates : My precious...

Blogdigger

8/01/2004 @ 01:06 UTC

Jeff Veen : Blogdigger - Yet Another RSS Search Engine

Paul Martin's Blog

8/01/2004 @ 01:05 UTC

Simon Willison : Paul Martin's Blog - Canada's president has a blog - infrequently updated, no permalinks but it's still a very promising precedent (via)

Alex Dudas : Canadian Prime Minister is a blogger! - If you thought blogging was the preserve of a geek subculture, think again.Paul Martin is CanadaÂ’s 21st Prime Minister.

ParseTime

8/01/2004 @ 01:04 UTC

Simon Willison : ParseTime - A good simple example of a Python wrapper for a C function (via)

Python Cookbook : FSList

8/01/2004 @ 01:03 UTC

Simon Willison : Python Cookbook : FSList - A fun alternative to os.path and friends - a list subclass for directory access (via)

Heritrix

8/01/2004 @ 01:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Heritrix

SearchGrid

8/01/2004 @ 01:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : SearchGrid

google ads for domain squatters

8/01/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Anil Dash : google ads for domain squatters - is it evil to encourage a practice that depletes a limited digital resource?

Jeremy Zawodny : Google AdSense for Domains - Google AdSense for Domains: and by "domains" they mean "squatters" I guess.

bmilleare : Google AdSense for Domains

VimOutliner.org :: Work fast, think well.

8/01/2004 @ 00:02 UTC

Les Orchard : VimOutliner.org :: Work fast, think well.

Techno is optimized dance music

8/01/2004 @ 00:01 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Techno is optimized dance music - Not known for rhythmic complexity, but it sure makes ya' ass shake

texan terrorist ring discovered, time for regime change

8/01/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Anil Dash : texan terrorist ring discovered, time for regime change - they found the weapons of mass destruction ready to be used against americans. they're in east texas.

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