First-person accounts of the academic job search

16/03/2004 @ 23:10 UTC

Graham Leuschke : First-person accounts of the academic job search - at the Chronicle of Higher Ed (I found these to be particularly affecting. I know where they're coming from. I'll probably post my own sometime soon.) (via)

Outdated web design cliches

16/03/2004 @ 23:10 UTC

Andy Baio : Outdated web design cliches - someone should put every one of these on one page

Space Lane, vertical panoramic artwork

16/03/2004 @ 23:05 UTC

Andy Baio : Space Lane, vertical panoramic artwork - [via]

VoIP daily

16/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : VoIP daily - om's got a great bunch of news links on the burgeoning VoIP industry

excellent Voice piece on gen X debt

16/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : excellent Voice piece on gen X debt - a series of stories covering young people's upcoming financial crisis is surprisingly innovative

heath's transcription of the "blogging next" panel

16/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

anildash : heath's transcription of the "blogging next" panel - there's still nobody who blogs conferences better

Richard MacManus : SXSW Blogging Next panel - Justin Hall: "...the inevitable march of the update buries important stories about meaningful moments and signposts for me."

vowe dot net :: Fun from hell

16/03/2004 @ 21:01 UTC

Les Orchard : vowe dot net :: Fun from hell - BUBBLEWRAP

Comic books coming to the GBA in Japan

16/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Comic books coming to the GBA in Japan - distributed by kiosks that write to blank cartridges [via]

Dozens of drawings of robots

16/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

jkottke : Dozens of drawings of robots

a klog apart - Radio Wishlist - Print to Blog.

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : a klog apart - Radio Wishlist - Print to Blog. - Weblog as printer driver!

I am USER, hear me roar! : evolt.org, IA/Usability

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : I am USER, hear me roar! : evolt.org, IA/Usability - Don't throw things at me!

Graham Leuschke : I am USER, hear me roar! - If you give an important document to someone, you don't re-arrange their desk first, do you?

Richard Rutter : I am USER, hear me roar! - A reminder that I didn’t take your toys away (filed under New media industry). [via Dunstan’s blog]

MeriBlog : Meri Williams' Weblog: Those Who Develop Should Support

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : MeriBlog : Meri Williams' Weblog: Those Who Develop Should Support - there is a definite need for developers to be aware of their user's needs

mezzoblue - SXSW 2004

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : mezzoblue - SXSW 2004 - my entire SXSW experience

alexking.org: Blog > The Myth of CSS

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : alexking.org: Blog > The Myth of CSS - extra DIVs, SPANs and BRs used purely for formatting

The Vanity Experiment: Persona Misnomer

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : The Vanity Experiment: Persona Misnomer - Exactly how old is she?

Weblog about Markup & Style - Re: The Myth of CSS

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Weblog about Markup & Style - Re: The Myth of CSS - DIV and SPAN however, have no defined meaning

Many-to-Many: RELATIONSHIP: A vocabulary for describing relationships between people

16/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Many-to-Many: RELATIONSHIP: A vocabulary for describing relationships between people - You often run into friendsYouDontLike at partiesYouHaveToGoTo

The Gadflyer goes live

16/03/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Steve Cook : The Gadflyer goes live - http://gadflyer.com/...

Credo of a Conservative

16/03/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Credo of a Conservative

Folklore.org: Macintosh Stories: Vault of Horror

16/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Folklore.org: Macintosh Stories: Vault of Horror - The original design for the Mac Developer docs.

Mark Pilgrim : vault of horror - the "inside machintosh" that wasn't

BIC-TCP, 6000 times faster than DSL

16/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : BIC-TCP, 6000 times faster than DSL - zooom

Everything signifies, significance isn't controllable, therefore there's no (practical) ethic to ...

16/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Erik Benson : Everything signifies, significance isn't controllable, therefore there's no (practical) ethic to signifying - I added the (practical) qualifier just because I think there is an ethic to signifying, it's just not one that can be policed in any reliable way.

I've added some photos to "A brief history of Tom"

16/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

Tom Coates : I've added some photos to "A brief history of Tom" - I've added some photos to "A brief history of Tom"

Aftereffects of the Spanish bombings

16/03/2004 @ 16:56 UTC

Tomas Jogin : Aftereffects of the Spanish bombings - "I'm more than a little disturbed by the widespread blogging to the effect that the Spanish election results represent a great victory of al-Qaeda, that they show that European countries can successfully be blackmailed by terrorism, etc. It's particularly

Assumptions

16/03/2004 @ 16:44 UTC

Tomas Jogin : Assumptions - Calpundit makes assumptions about Iraq, Terrorism and the Spanish people. Read the comments.

ilife '84

16/03/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : ilife '84 - i have this early-80s-nostaglia thing going on today

rss: why you gots to be so fuckin' stupid, bitch?

16/03/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : rss: why you gots to be so fuckin' stupid, bitch? - well put

tim bray moves to sun

16/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : tim bray moves to sun - congratulations!

Richard MacManus : Tim Bray does Sun - "for most businesses, desktop applications aren't interesting. Put your business logic on the server side and use the Web for your delivery platform."

11 ways to valid rss

16/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : 11 ways to valid rss - of course the only truly correct way is however userland does it at the moment

François Hodierne : 11 ways to valid RSS

three dates for atom

16/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : three dates for atom - everyone comes around eventually

we're doomed

16/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : we're doomed - been there, said that

Paul Hammond : Rands In Repose: We're Doomed - What you really need to do is get your team breathing again

debian is growing

16/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : debian is growing - i feed so trendy

Wake-up Jab Stops Sleepiness

16/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Wake-up Jab Stops Sleepiness - "Drug based on brain chemical could end narcolepsy, perk up insomniacs" But does it smell as nice as coffee brewing in the morning?

Protein Block Saves Brain Cells

16/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Protein Block Saves Brain Cells - "Stops cell death associated with spinal cord injuries, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's"

Cell Fate Is Reversible

16/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Cell Fate Is Reversible - "Fruit fly finding suggests new source of stem cells for treatment"

Plugging into the power of sewage

16/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Plugging into the power of sewage - "The waste you flush down the toilet could one day power the lights in your home."

Stick-figure Weapon of Choice

16/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Tom Coates : Stick-figure Weapon of Choice

The Nucleus of Atom

16/03/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

François Hodierne : The Nucleus of Atom

deusx : The Nucleus of Atom at Internet Alchemy - "I took the time to compare the Atom elements with their DC equivalents and found something quite interesting: when you remove the overlap with Dublin Core what's left is pure syndication." Good questions here.

BitTorrent vs. RSS

16/03/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Tom Coates : BitTorrent vs. RSS

The Guardian on My Bloody Valentine

16/03/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Tom Coates : The Guardian on My Bloody Valentine

cobra libre : chinchillas everywhere - the guardian interviews kevin shields

Richard MacManus : Guardian interview with Kevin Shields - So that's what happened to My Bloody Valentine! via patrick dax.

Cameron Marlow : Kevin Shields first interview in 12 years - He made more money off of his Lost In Translation tracks than he ever did with My Bloody Valentine

MSN have release their personas to the world

16/03/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Tom Coates : MSN have release their personas to the world

Paul Hammond : MSN Advertising - MSN Personas - some top line information on each persona

Philippe Janvier : MSN Personas - Tellement américain que je n'ai pas trouvé quel utilisateur msn je pourrai être :(

Fascinating test reveals to me that I like very handsome "pretty boy" / "boy next door" etco-meso...

16/03/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Tom Coates : Fascinating test reveals to me that I like very handsome "pretty boy" / "boy next door" etco-mesomorph men between 30 and 35 with tanned skin and dark hair (and big noses) - Fascinating test reveals to me that I like very handsome "pretty boy" / "boy next door" etco-mesomorph men between 30 and 35 with tanned skin and dark hair (and big noses)

Rod Begbie : Match.com Attraction Test - Apparently, I like me some of them "Delicate Beauties". Nobody tell Joy.

Suttree; GrokItBot; A PyAIML and Bayesian instant messaging bot.

16/03/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

Les Orchard : Suttree; GrokItBot; A PyAIML and Bayesian instant messaging bot.

iLife '84

16/03/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

Andy Baio : iLife '84 - it's like Microsoft Works for the rest of your life

Tom Coates : iLife '84 - It's like Microsoft Works for the rest of your life... - iLife '84 - It's like Microsoft Works for the rest of your life...

2020 VISION: Journalism the Day After Tomorrow

16/03/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

Les Orchard : 2020 VISION: Journalism the Day After Tomorrow - Have I mentioned that David Brin is my hero?

Stewart answers questions by random AIM users

16/03/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Stewart answers questions by random AIM users - hilarity ensues [via]

Graham Leuschke : Question answering, at sylloge's house - i'm laughing so much I can't type

anildash : stewart's AIM question answering blog - how to turn a horrible burden into a funny site

François Hodierne : Question Answering

Audioscrobbler :: Weekly Track Charts

16/03/2004 @ 04:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Audioscrobbler :: Weekly Track Charts - What are Internet music nerds rawking out to this week? (Warning: High Radiohead content)

The Fault Tolerant Shell

16/03/2004 @ 03:00 UTC

Ben Milleare : The Fault Tolerant Shell

Blik, wall graphic decals

16/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Blik, wall graphic decals - their entire collection is nice [via]

Rod Begbie : blik INVADER - When we get a house, this is how I'm decorating my office.

40-page Mac ad from 1984's Newsweek

16/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : 40-page Mac ad from 1984's Newsweek - Apple bought every page of advertising in the Nov/Dec 1984 issue

Mark Pilgrim : mac ads from 1984 - i had no idea you could buy out an entire magazine worth of ads

François Hodierne : Macintosh Newsweek advertisement

DevilFinder, high-res image searching

16/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : DevilFinder, high-res image searching - for example, searches for atari and piracy

Alex Dudas : Devilfinder - and image search engine - Just shows a list of full size images, nothing fancy like thumbnails...

I'm proud to be a ninja with dwarfish tendencies. I think.

16/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

phil : I'm proud to be a ninja with dwarfish tendencies. I think.

Mark Pilgrim : from pirate dwarves to ninja elves - that would be so much better in rdf

Richard Rutter : From pirate dwarves to ninja elves - I’d say I was a dwarfish ninja (filed under Stuff).

Eric Meyer : From pirate dwarves to ninja elves... - Hmmm... I'm not sure where I fall on the chart. [via Keith] [via]

Image: Goatree

16/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Image: Goatree - I've been on the web too long

Dan Gillmor introduces his new book: Making the News

16/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Dan Gillmor introduces his new book: Making the News - How bloggers and journos mix to write the newz.

Asterisk* 2004 Redesign Case Study

16/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : Asterisk* 2004 Redesign Case Study - Lots of practical advice and motivation for blog re-designs.

Not the 100th Strongbad E-mail

16/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Not the 100th Strongbad E-mail - for real [via]

jonhicks : Not the 100th Email - Don't do what I did and not wait......

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