1 Million British Wills Online

18/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Adam Gessaman : 1 Million British Wills Online - Including 100 famous wills including Cook, Shakespeare and others.

Diebold ATM runs vanilla WinXP. Crashes. Hilarity ensues.

18/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Adam Gessaman : Diebold ATM runs vanilla WinXP. Crashes. Hilarity ensues.

Isophone: a total submersion telephonic experience

18/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Isophone: a total submersion telephonic experience - Floating technology of the future

Doom, the board game

18/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Doom, the board game - great, but can I kill zombies with a shotgun?

most asian americans have made purchases online

18/03/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : most asian americans have made purchases online - we 0wnz!

The Sunbird Project

18/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Aquarion : The Sunbird Project - Mozilla Calendar Project goes standalone too

Andy Baio : Mozilla Sunbird 0.2 released - the Mozilla Foundation is slowly rebuilding Outlook [via]  [via]

Jeremy Zawodny : The Sunbird Project - The Sunbird Project: Mozilla Calendar

doug : Sunbird Project - Mozilla?s new cross-platform calender app released last week: Sunbird. A possible alternative to iCal and Outlook to keep an eye on as it develops in the near future.

LugRadio Episode Three

18/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Aquarion : LugRadio Episode Three - I'll listen to this when I have broadband...

Simon Willison : LugRadio Episode 7 - I wish they had permalinks for each episode. (via)

Dude, where's my christ?

18/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Cameron Marlow : Dude, where's my christ? - Under the sofa cushion

OSX beta available for Opera 7.5

18/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : OSX beta available for Opera 7.5 - Filed under the "It's About Time, and Welcome" folder.

NYC Eats on NYC Pizza, Part II

18/03/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

anildash : NYC Eats on NYC Pizza, Part II - OMG i am missing being home in NYC so much right now

two spaces after a period -- what's the deal?

18/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Graham Leuschke : two spaces after a period -- what's the deal? - great literate typographical discussion (via)

Mark Pilgrim : double-spacing after periods - apparently it was a bad fad

Richard Rutter : Double-spacing after periods - Why do people still do it? (filed under Typography). [via dive into mark]

Where's the RSS?!

18/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Where's the RSS?! - Where's the RSS?!

Japanese Smileys

18/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Japanese Smileys

Andy Baio : Japanese emoticons - horizontal, instead of vertical [via]

Secret Service affidavit on Fox Entertainment's movie piracy bust

18/03/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Secret Service affidavit on Fox Entertainment's movie piracy bust - fascinating details of how they caught a pirating employee

Doc Searls: Enjoy the obscenery

18/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Adam Gessaman : Doc Searls: Enjoy the obscenery - Speech acquires context from place. Free speech requires context. I think we haven’t quite seen the full extent of this thesis. But it is interesting nonetheless.

Kazaa Cleaner

18/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Adam Gessaman : Kazaa Cleaner - Purge all that spyware that comes with Kazaa media desktop. Sadly this comes too late because I don’t use Kazaa anymore.

CVS Version Control for Web Site Projects

18/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Les Orchard : CVS Version Control for Web Site Projects

The joy of navigation design

18/03/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Tomas Jogin : The joy of navigation design - Peter Merholz illustrates why good navigation design is important.

Paul Hammond : peterme.com: The Joy Of Navigation Design - Navigation design isn't just about finding things -- it imbues meaning based on the contexts it provides.

People kissed by Min Jung at SXSW

18/03/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : People kissed by Min Jung at SXSW - she really gets around [via]

Adam Gessaman : Min Jung was very busy at SXSW04

Simon Willison : iwaskissedbyminjung.org Club - Bah, looks like I missed out on a great closing party. (via)

Unreal 2004 comes on six CDs and takes up 5.5 gigs

18/03/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Unreal 2004 comes on six CDs and takes up 5.5 gigs - time to start distributing games on DVDs, I guess

hiro: the story of a rice cooker

18/03/2004 @ 18:01 UTC

Graham Leuschke : hiro: the story of a rice cooker - makes me feel all warm and fluffy inside

Yeah! The Movie.

18/03/2004 @ 18:01 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Yeah! The Movie. - Weird-lookin' CG movie.

Eyezmaze's Vanilla growing game

18/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Eyezmaze's Vanilla growing game - from the same guy that made Grow [via]

Steve Cook : New Flash game from the "Grow" author - It's a fun little game, but not nearly as captivating as "Grow"

Degree Confluence Project world maps

18/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Degree Confluence Project world maps - snapshots from every degree intersection in the world [via]

in defense of wiki markup

18/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : in defense of wiki markup - let's just replace all our web pages with word docs and be done with it

100 Most Often Mispronounced Words and Phrases in English

18/03/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

jkottke : 100 Most Often Mispronounced Words and Phrases in English - 100 Most Often Mispronounced Words and Phrases in English (Some of these are surprising (not "suprising").)

Andy Baio : 100 most mispronounced words in the English language - Febyuary, nucular, sherbert, and other verbage [via]

Adam Gessaman : 100 Most Often Mispronounced English Words

Kayode Okeyode : 100 Most Often Mispronounced Words and Phrases in English

potter's field

18/03/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

cobra libre : potter's field - ten years ago, I was trapped behind the register at a Book Stop, ringing up copies of The Bridges of Madison County endlessly

the adventures of shem & sam

18/03/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

cobra libre : the adventures of shem & sam - that is all my bum

taking deadly aim at 'professional irishmen'

18/03/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

cobra libre : taking deadly aim at 'professional irishmen' - 'I know of no civilization to which anything so self-conscious could be indigenous. Why go to the trouble of proving that you are Irish? Who has questioned this notorious fact? If, after all, you are not Irish, who is?' (this link and the last via the rak

2004 James Beard nominees announced

18/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : 2004 James Beard nominees announced - 2004 James Beard nominees announced (Nominees include Steingarten, Colicchio, pal Pableaux Johnson, and someone for a post written for their food weblog.)

tastingmenu.com looks like an excellent food weblog

18/03/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : tastingmenu.com looks like an excellent food weblog - tastingmenu.com looks like an excellent food weblog (One of the entries on the site is up for a James Beard Award for Internet writing.)

Coin-operated wireless access to the internet

18/03/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Tom Coates : Coin-operated wireless access to the internet

Jeffrey Veen doesn't care about accessibility

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Jeffrey Veen doesn't care about accessibility - his SXSW notes are great reading for anyone who designs for the web

jkottke : Veen: "when Web design is practiced as a craft, accessibility comes for free" - Veen: "when Web design is practiced as a craft, accessibility comes for free"

Paul Hammond : Jeffrey Veen: I don't care about accessibility. - when Web design is practices as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free

Mark Pilgrim : if you do the web right, accessibility falls into place - contrapositive: if your site is horribly inaccessible, it's probably horribly unweblike too

Les Orchard : Jeffrey Veen: I don't care about accessibility. - I want to work where the web work isn't stuck in 1998

Tom Coates : Brilliant Jeff Veen post on accessibility and designing for the web

Richard MacManus : Jeffrey Veen's SXSW speech - Real Web Designers use terms like "Spectrum of Degradability". How about the Sphere of Semanticality?

phil : Good notes from Jeff Veen: "When Web design is practiced as a craft, and not a consolation, accessibility comes for free."

the ballad of cannonball baldwin

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : the ballad of cannonball baldwin - "anyhow, yeah: babies. crazy."

Erik Benson : For the reminder of that great phrase, "Jinx! You owe me a coke!" - It's nice to read stories of people pushed to the limits of their relationship with poop.

trunkless legs of stone

18/03/2004 @ 14:01 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : trunkless legs of stone - "i just figured out the insidious plan behind rss"

spammers advertising on feedster

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : spammers advertising on feedster - crime pays

unicode: dividing the world one character, and between one and six bytes, at a time

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

cobra libre : unicode: dividing the world one character, and between one and six bytes, at a time - 'This is so much worse than Y2K.'

Mark Pilgrim : unicode: dividing the world one character, and between one to six bytes, at a time - character encoding is the hard part, and nobody gets it right on the first try

Simon Willison : Unicode: Dividing the world One Character, and Between One and Six Bytes, At A Time. - If you thought you had problems with unicode, you aint seen nothing yet! (via)

weakweakweb

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : weakweakweb - "markup for the masses" is a contradiction in terms

pyblosxom 0.9 is out

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : pyblosxom 0.9 is out - must try

buying a sofa

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : buying a sofa - "28 is perhaps a little too old"

microcontent management with syncato

18/03/2004 @ 14:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : microcontent management with syncato - making blogging as complicated as possible

Richard MacManus : XML.com: Microcontent Management with Syncato - I'd like to use Syncato for XML experimenting.

FOAF Vocabulary Specification

18/03/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Philippe Janvier : FOAF Vocabulary Specification - FOAF spec rev 1.56 = foaf:primaryTopic + foaf:PersonalProfileDocument + foaf:tipjar

Web design going in the wrong direction?

18/03/2004 @ 13:00 UTC

Tomas Jogin : Web design going in the wrong direction? - "UI designers are making the same old fundamental "forgetting about the human being on the other side" mistakes -- except this time their code looks better. Humans -- not code validators -- use interfaces."

Paul Hammond : Web design going in the wrong direction?: Signal vs. Noise Weblog / Blog (by 37signals) - not enough talk about people

Six Apart Japan launches

18/03/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

anildash : Six Apart Japan launches - congrats to the Six Apart KK team on their official launch, they're an invaluable part of our efforts

feedster opens up the debate on their homepage ads

18/03/2004 @ 11:00 UTC

anildash : feedster opens up the debate on their homepage ads - i personally think they're tacky, but i know that sometimes money talks

SXSW Blog: Web Awards Disconnect

18/03/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Richard MacManus : SXSW Blog: Web Awards Disconnect - Gongs went to Flash sites. CSS/XHTML sites snubbed.

My own scarily thought-through opinions on the sex problems of Cyclops, leader of the X-men

18/03/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Tom Coates : My own scarily thought-through opinions on the sex problems of Cyclops, leader of the X-men

Image: Goatse reference in Unreal 2004

18/03/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Image: Goatse reference in Unreal 2004 - okay, no more goatse links [via]

Les Orchard : A goatse.cx reference in UT2004?

Misleading adverts that look like bills or invoices are now on my death list...

18/03/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Tom Coates : Misleading adverts that look like bills or invoices are now on my death list...

NASA hears words not yet spoken

18/03/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Tom Coates : NASA hears words not yet spoken

Les Orchard : Yahoo! News - NASA hears words not yet spoken - "NASA has developed a computer program that comes close to reading thoughts not yet spoken, by analyzing nerve commands to the throat." David Brin's novel, Earth, featured one of these interfaces 10 years or so ago. I want.

movable style, a site for MT stylesheets

18/03/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

anildash : movable style, a site for MT stylesheets - interesting style switcher, but i'm not so sure about the name

Adam Gessaman : Movable Style -- Read to use stylesheets for the default MT templates - Maybe I can get Eric to change his template now.

Jeremy Zawodny : movablestyle - movablestyle: style sheets for mt users

What is a merkin?

18/03/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : What is a merkin?

RSS and BitTorrent, sitting in a tree...

18/03/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : RSS and BitTorrent, sitting in a tree...

the best resource for bluetooth on windows

18/03/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

anildash : the best resource for bluetooth on windows - a good way of dealing with the fundamentally broken support for bluetooth on windows

SpamAssassin mode for Emacs

18/03/2004 @ 06:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : SpamAssassin mode for Emacs

Bruce Sterling's SxSW Party

18/03/2004 @ 03:00 UTC

Jeff Veen : Bruce Sterling's SxSW Party - I can personally vouch for a couple liters of the keg.

Adam Gessaman : Bruce Sterling can really throw a party - I hear it’s not to be missed.

Video: Immortel trailer

18/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: Immortel trailer - intense looking French sci-fi, reminds me of the Casshern trailer [via]

Google Pagerank Tool

18/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Google Pagerank Tool - enter in URLs to find out their pagerank [via]

My photos from London Transport Museum

18/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

phil : My photos from London Transport Museum

4th gen ipod with video?

18/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : 4th gen ipod with video?

Check it out - I inspire dinner conversations!

18/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Tom Coates : Check it out - I inspire dinner conversations!

The Mirror Shot

18/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : The Mirror Shot - Josh, Keith, Ethan, Dan, and pizza.

Image: Goatse reference in Unreal 2004

18/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Image: Goatse reference in Unreal 2004 - okay, no more goatse links [via]

The Pink Lady of Malibu Canyon

18/03/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Pink Lady of Malibu Canyon -

Thinking In Perl

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Thinking In Perl

Lazy PHP: Part 2

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Lazy PHP: Part 2

Getting Started with PEAR - PHP's Low Hanging Fruit

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Getting Started with PEAR - PHP's Low Hanging Fruit - Getting Started with PEAR - PHP's Low Hanging Fruit

Absolute Lists: Alternatives to Divs

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Absolute Lists: Alternatives to Divs

5k Chess: A chess Game in under 5 kilobytes

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : 5k Chess: A chess Game in under 5 kilobytes

Simon Willison : Chess in 5K - Insane! It plays a pretty mean game as well. (via)

Windows Error Reporting Under the Covers

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Windows Error Reporting Under the Covers

Security 'slows down' Microsoft schedule

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Security 'slows down' Microsoft schedule - Security 'slows down' Microsoft schedule

WFMU's annual Yo La Tengo show

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Steve Cook : WFMU's annual Yo La Tengo show - This Saturday, Yo La Tengo plays your requests in exchange for tax-deductable pledges to WFMU

Dating goes wireless with MIT Media Lab's Serendipity

18/03/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Dating goes wireless with MIT Media Lab's Serendipity - social networking with proximity alerts

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