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what's in xeni's gadget bag?

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : what's in xeni's gadget bag? - what's not in xeni's bag: whiners who read her blog and then complain about it

Matthew M. Boedicker : contents of Xeni Jardin's gadget bag

From Bush, Unprecedented Negativity

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

deusx : From Bush, Unprecedented Negativity - "Scholars and political strategists say the ferocious Bush assault on Kerry this spring has been extraordinary, both for the volume of attacks and for the liberties the president and his campaign have taken with the facts."

Constantine

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

deusx : Constantine - Keanu's far too clean to be a bastard.

Bush's Air Force One advantage

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

deusx : Bush's Air Force One advantage - "President Bush is using Air Force One for re-election travel more heavily than any predecessor, wringing maximum political mileage from a perk of office paid for by taxpayers."

RSS is...

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Philippe Janvier : RSS is... - "Everything a non-tech user needs to know about RSS 2.0." RSS is everything !!!?

You get what you pay for

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : You get what you pay for - You get what you pay for:

Design Observer on the latest issue of McSweeney's Quarterly Concern and Complex Simplicity

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

jkottke : Design Observer on the latest issue of McSweeney's Quarterly Concern and Complex Simplicity - Design Observer on the latest issue of McSweeney's Quarterly Concern and Complex Simplicity

The Taxicab Metric "is equal to the length of all paths connecting [two points] along horizontal ...

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

jkottke : The Taxicab Metric "is equal to the length of all paths connecting [two points] along horizontal and vertical segments, without ever going back, like those described by a car moving in a lattice-like street pattern." - The Taxicab Metric "is equal to the length of all paths connecting [two points] along horizontal and vertical segments, without ever going back, like those described by a car moving in a lattice-like street pattern." (Also known as the "Manhattan distance

City planning and constructing supercomputers have more in common than you might think

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

jkottke : City planning and constructing supercomputers have more in common than you might think

why i stopped using PHP for big projects

1/06/2004 @ 23:00 UTC

anildash : why i stopped using PHP for big projects - some of these points have been mitigated a bit by PHP5, but nobody uses PHP5

deusx : Experiences of Using PHP in Large Websites - This just confirms my intuitive allergies to PHP

The new Glassdog rips on Boing Boing

1/06/2004 @ 22:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The new Glassdog rips on Boing Boing - you gonna just sit and take that, Xeni?

review of "Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life", a GameCube game that "captures the rhythms of a quiet...

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : review of "Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life", a GameCube game that "captures the rhythms of a quiet, peaceful country life"

deusx : Enjoy the Good Life, on GameCube - "Milk the cow, find something edible for the dog, scrub down the horse, bring your sweetheart some fresh flowers. Go fishing. Water your crops. Make dinner. Sleep. Repeat."

walking drives

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : walking drives

MonkeyFilter (MetaFilter clone)

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : MonkeyFilter (MetaFilter clone)

glassdog: In Praise of an Asshole, Part II Archives

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

deusx : glassdog: In Praise of an Asshole, Part II Archives - "It's like integrity diarrhea!"

glassdog: In Praise of An Asshole Archives

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

deusx : glassdog: In Praise of An Asshole Archives - "[Mark] Pilgrim is firing sniper shots at the peace conference." Very nice. :)

Mark Pilgrim : i am the kind of asshole that the internet can't do without - there isn't really any peace conference, but the rest is shockingly accurate #

Anne van Kesteren : In Praise of An Asshole - Heh, Mark Pilgrim does anti-promoting now [via#

Axis of Ævil » The Feng Shui of CPAN

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

deusx : Axis of Ævil » The Feng Shui of CPAN - "...if you see a mirror with google ads or other advertising, know that it is not to be called a CPAN mirror."

Excellent research trying to unmask Rance, the anonymous celebrity blogger

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Excellent research trying to unmask Rance, the anonymous celebrity blogger - Alex's excellent research reveals a screenwriter named Keith Thomson

Glassdog relaunches as a group blog

1/06/2004 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Glassdog relaunches as a group blog - I have hunches about the anonymous authors [via]

Omkatten in twee dagen

1/06/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Omkatten in twee dagen - WordPress en een fantastische omkat! #

Things Leaders Do

1/06/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

Will Pate : Things Leaders Do - Doing pretty well on everything but # 4.

gvtechtv: the screen savers

1/06/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

deusx : gvtechtv: the screen savers - Wow. What a way to lay waste to what used to be a decent site and a decent channel.

Fish

1/06/2004 @ 20:00 UTC

deusx : Fish - "Fish is an aquarium simulator. It allows you to add fish to an underwater environment and customize them."

Muvo2 microdrives no longer work in cameras

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Muvo2 microdrives no longer work in cameras - Too good to last!

Plain English Campaign

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Will Pate : Plain English Campaign - Good advice for everyone, especially bloggers.

BlogPulse

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Will Pate : BlogPulse - The pre-blog party refresher.

Philippe Janvier : BlogPulse - "...an automated trend discovery system for blogs" with RSS alert. [via#

jimray : Intelliseek's BlogPulse

10 Principles of Change Management

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Will Pate : 10 Principles of Change Management - Good advice I'll need as I help groups use blogs.

The Art of Getting Things Done

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Will Pate : The Art of Getting Things Done - Place a time limit on daily blog reading would be good too.

The Emergency Condom Van

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Aquarion : The Emergency Condom Van - Just dial 6-9-6-99-6-9

A Mother Fights Back for her Gay Son

1/06/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

Will Pate : A Mother Fights Back for her Gay Son - A heartfelt and eloquent rebuttal of all that's wrong with the arguments espoused by sniggering moralists.

Aquarion : A Monther's Plaint - 'Moral little thugs'

deusx : Fresh Bilge: entry#1860 - "As the mother of a gay son, I've seen firsthand how cruel and misguided people can be."

Pop Goes the Gmail. SMTP/POP server for Gmail!

1/06/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

deusx : Pop Goes the Gmail. SMTP/POP server for Gmail!

Speck, proposed localized IM handheld

1/06/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Speck, proposed localized IM handheld - Leonard's new project looks simple and functional

Glassdog returns as a blog, flush with color and attitude

1/06/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

jkottke : Glassdog returns as a blog, flush with color and attitude

Tom Coates : Glassdog.com - I'm blind! - Glassdog.com - I'm blind!

Graham Leuschke : glassdog re-exists - yay! (can someone please change the default MT templates so creativecommons.org isn't the default trackback ping?)

Tons of great photography in the PDN 2004 Photo Annual

1/06/2004 @ 19:00 UTC

jkottke : Tons of great photography in the PDN 2004 Photo Annual

Housing bubble

1/06/2004 @ 18:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : Housing bubble - Long piece arguing that the US mortgage market is very dangerous (via Mark Nottingham)

Nile delta photo

1/06/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Nelson Minar : Nile delta photo - True colour satellite image, green thread

Simon Willison: Executing JavaScript on page load

1/06/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Simon Willison: Executing JavaScript on page load - window.onload = function() { oldonload(); func(); }

Simon Willison : Executing JavaScript on page load (updated) - I've updated the code to fix a problem in IE 7.

Closures and executing JavaScript on page load - SitePoint DHTML & CSS Blog

1/06/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Closures and executing JavaScript on page load - SitePoint DHTML & CSS Blog - Closures are a very powerful language feature but can take some getting used to

textbased.com - One day, I will be a usability guru

1/06/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : textbased.com - One day, I will be a usability guru - What I think people have neglected to realize is that critique from others is the best way to improve your skills

The New Yorker attends a Dorkbot meeting

1/06/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

jkottke : The New Yorker attends a Dorkbot meeting

Timeline of the history of information

1/06/2004 @ 18:00 UTC

jkottke : Timeline of the history of information - Timeline of the history of information (From cave paintings to the dissemination of the Starr report on the Internet.)

Refined class fetching

1/06/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Refined class fetching - 'getElementsByClassName' is back online! [via#

California considers program to measure pollutants in people

1/06/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : California considers program to measure pollutants in people

BioWare: Dragon Age

1/06/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : BioWare: Dragon Age - New game looks to combine elements of Neverwinter Nights, Knights of the Old Republic, and Baldur's Gate

Aquarion : BioWare: Dragon Age - WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANT

Google Blog: Chicken a la The King

1/06/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : Google Blog: Chicken a la The King - With Google, you can find all sorts of things -- Including Elvis's preferred fried-chicken recipe.  #

Nelson Minar : Google fried chicken - Google's beloved chef shares his delicious fried chicken recipe

Long thread on how Jesus is better than Mohammed because he's more popular or something

1/06/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : Long thread on how Jesus is better than Mohammed because he's more popular or something - Long thread on how Jesus is better than Mohammed because he's more popular or something (I forget the exact details...just tell me which format I should worship!)

Raining in New York

1/06/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : Raining in New York - Raining in New York (Nice photo diptych from Redrick deLeon.)

Four teams named as finalists to design the NYC High Line

1/06/2004 @ 17:00 UTC

jkottke : Four teams named as finalists to design the NYC High Line

Return of Colossus marks D-Day

1/06/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Isofarro : Return of Colossus marks D-Day - A 1944 computer with a better up-time than Windows! (15 months)

Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API

1/06/2004 @ 16:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API - This page is a demo

All CSS Sites Look the Same

1/06/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : All CSS Sites Look the Same - Thanks for writing that up, I heard too many of those non arguments #

TextDrive launches today!

1/06/2004 @ 15:00 UTC

Jon Hicks : TextDrive launches today! - "We have no photographs of our CEO strutting past server racks, or of women in telephone headsets awaiting your call, but we hope you’ll consider joining us all the same..."...

Kinsey had a limited imagination.

1/06/2004 @ 12:09 UTC

kellan : Kinsey had a limited imagination. - Spezzato: top eleven bi-slogans #

A few items on Web accessibility

1/06/2004 @ 12:09 UTC

Isofarro : A few items on Web accessibility - Recent accessibility bookmarks from Joe Clark

Ten questions for Simon Willison

1/06/2004 @ 12:09 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Ten questions for Simon Willison - What happened to WASP and CSS ain't Rocket Science #

François Hodierne : Ten Questions for Simon Willison - "My principle client-side interest at the moment is what I like to call unobtrusive Javascript" [via#

Dan Cederholm : 10 Questions for Simon Willison - From the ongoing series at the Web Standards Group.

Simon Willison : Ten Questions for Simon Willison - With answers. And a photo. Fame at last!

Richard Rutter : Ten questions for Simon Willison - A WSG interview (filed under New media industry).

Jeremy Zawodny : Ten Questions for Simon Willison - Ten Questions for Simon Willison: a good interview with the Web Standards Group

How to make friends by Telephone (a telephone etiquette manual from the 1940s)

1/06/2004 @ 12:09 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : How to make friends by Telephone (a telephone etiquette manual from the 1940s)

Justin Frankel's weblog

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Justin Frankel's weblog

Super Size Me trailer

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Super Size Me trailer

MT3.0 announcement : a public relations debacle

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

tehu : MT3.0 announcement : a public relations debacle - You have to keep your promises. If not the purcharsers don't follow.

Atom is about Semantics

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

tehu : Atom is about Semantics - Ahem... And RSS 1.0 ? It seems to me, too.

Choate on MT 3.0D

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

doug : Choate on MT 3.0D - Sound logic on MT?s licensing from Brad Choate, one of the biggest MT plugin contributors

Sidesh0w Updated

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

doug : Sidesh0w Updated - Ethan, on his Sidesh0w redesign and switch to WordPress, while he grabs your wallet and dates your sister.

Pink Numbers

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

doug : Pink Numbers - In response to the Purple-Numbers hash mark clutter of permalink anchors for every paragraph, Pilgrim hilariously one-ups Bray with links for every word.

deusx : Pink Numbers [dive into mark] - I wonder when he's going to release the source for this? And are the bears CC licenced?

Philippe Janvier : Pink Numbers - Trop craquant :-)

Adam Gessaman : Mark Pilgrim: Pink Numbers - Haha! I totally was going to do that, except I'm taking a break from blogging.

An Ounce of Prevention for Mac OS X users

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : An Ounce of Prevention for Mac OS X users

‘:visited’ privacy issue

1/06/2004 @ 12:08 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : ‘:visitedÂ’ privacy issue - CSS pranks in sight :-(

Ping-o-Matic

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

kristine : Ping-o-Matic - Ping-o-Matic MetaPinging - automatically be ping a sub-set of our supported services via a weblogs.com compatible XML-RPC ping Neato! One Ping URL to put in your MT config and *poof* ping a whole buncha places at once. Melissa :) #

dead wives club

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

kristine : dead wives club - The Dead Wives Club, or Char in Love -- Wow, its been a while since I've read anything about 9/11, and it brought tears to my eyes, but it was such a good article, I couldn't help but link it. Anil Dash: daily links #

Color Palette Creator

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

kristine : Color Palette Creator - A neato javascript widget for color choices, Color Palette Creator -- based on an idea in Andy Clark's article, Creating colour palettes. The chosen color ias adjusted over a series of blocks, with the top level adding brightness and the bottom level add #

Paul Hammond : slayeroffice | tools | color palette creator - inspired directly by the excellent Creating Color Palettes article

doug : Color Palette Creator - Need a quick set of hex values for various shades of one color? This tool generates them for you. It even has a randomize button if you don?t know what color you want.

Isofarro : Colour Palette Creator - A little tool that generates 10 shades of a base colour from a single hex colour

javadocs.org

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

Nelson Minar : javadocs.org - Simple search interface into Sun's online javadoc (via Tim Bray)

Pacific Crest Trail Map

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

Nelson Minar : Pacific Crest Trail Map - via Matt Haughey

1060 NetKernel

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

Nelson Minar : 1060 NetKernel - Toolkit for building XML web services

Washington Trails Association

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

Jim Ray : Washington Trails Association - Social networking for people who actually go outside

Don't use Gmail if you're blind

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

Jim Ray : Don't use Gmail if you're blind - One caveat with Pilgrim's breakdown: you can build accessible Flash apps pretty easily now

Pulp Fiction

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

kaninka.net : Pulp Fiction - Nýr RSS "vafri" fyrir mac. Nokkuð góður.

Billy Corgan

1/06/2004 @ 12:07 UTC

kaninka.net : Billy Corgan - er að fara að gefa út ljóðabók.

www.mbl.is

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

kaninka.net : www.mbl.is - Þetta er allt í lagi, Rumsfield er búinn að leysa vandamálið með pyntingar á föngum í �rak

In these troubled times, friends of Israel around the world are looking for tangible ways to shar...

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

kaninka.net : In these troubled times, friends of Israel around the world are looking for tangible ways to share their feelings with our Israeli soldiers and also to support the Israeli economy. - Hvað er hægt að segja?

Shiira

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

Jon Hicks : Shiira - Promising new open source OS X browser based on WebKit. Drag and drop tabs!...

deusx : Shiira Project - Tab Exposé looks hot, though I still like OmniWeb's tab drawer

disable new browser windows in firefox

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

cobra libre : disable new browser windows in firefox - i wish i had known this before i taught myself freakin' XBL to fix the same problem

taking the piss

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

cobra libre : taking the piss - the skeptic's dictionary on urine therapy

the stereotype of eurasian beauty

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

cobra libre : the stereotype of eurasian beauty - somewhat unsatisfactory and magazine-y, unfortunately

How to Deal With Language Nazis

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

Will Pate : How to Deal With Language Nazis - "yell 'prescriptive grammarian!' at the top of your voice"

Bookmarks for standards testing

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Bookmarks for standards testing

Kitsch and Kalashnikov

1/06/2004 @ 12:06 UTC

Steve Cook : Kitsch and Kalashnikov - Afghan wars, Afghan rugs: "Early pictorial, or 'aksi', war carpets are a fascinating hybrid of traditional abstract motifs slowly transforming into military objects. Where one might expect to find a 'boteh' symbol (an ancient precursor to our paisley

Twin-prime prime conjecture proved?

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Steve Cook : Twin-prime prime conjecture proved? - A major result, if nobody finds any flaws. And it's from a mathematician in his 70s who hasn't published anything in 11 years. If I had been any good at analytic number theory, I'd try reading this paper.

Ping-o-Matic!

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Richard Rutter : Ping-o-Matic! - Ping seven services with one ping. (filed under Blogging). [via v-2]

Archinect

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Richard Rutter : Archinect - Making architecture more connected (filed under Design thinking). [via v-2]

Whisper - Quiet content management

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

veen : Whisper - Quiet content management - Simple PHP-based CMS.

Lineto fonts

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

phil : Lineto fonts - Font catalogue demonstrated using live BBC News headlines.

Scripting Eudora - getting set up

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

phil : Scripting Eudora - getting set up - It's taken me the best part of an hour to find Eudora's hidden Scripts folder. Grrr.

The Cigar Project

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Dan Cederholm : The Cigar Project - Dan Benjamin with a call to action. Send 'em in.

Ten Questions for Andy Budd

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Ten Questions for Andy Budd - More great questions from Russ at the Web Standards Group

Regarding the Mac OS X Exploits

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Regarding the Mac OS X Exploits - Dan Benjamin offers some helpful tips

Blogging when trapped in a subway

1/06/2004 @ 12:05 UTC

Alex Dudas : Blogging when trapped in a subway - The big fuss just outside was pretty impressive - and very fightening if you are effectively sealed in a crowded tube already rendered immobile.

A deep torrent search engine

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

Alex Dudas : A deep torrent search engine - This site provides you with an advanced BitTorrent search engine and .torrent mirror, along with integrated XDCC search, Fserve search and NFO search for files on IRC. 1367.19 TB of goodness.

Suprnova and Torrentz rdfs

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

Alex Dudas : Suprnova and Torrentz rdfs - separate feeds of each section.

SlideML - XML for slides

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

Philippe Janvier : SlideML - XML for slides - Du XML pour des "slides"

Syndication, the web, the future, XML and flying pigs

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Syndication, the web, the future, XML and flying pigs - Des cochons pour une lanterne : It's a clear mistake to associate the term XML with syndication feeds, because XML is so much wider than that in terms of areas of application.

Anne van Kesteren's "Weblog about Markup and Style" redesigns

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

dionidium : Anne van Kesteren's "Weblog about Markup and Style" redesigns - And it looks very nice, guys.

Keith Devens: My site is now fully unicode-ized and xhtml-ized

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

dionidium : Keith Devens: My site is now fully unicode-ized and xhtml-ized - He's using PHP.

Google Calculator from Command Line

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

dionidium : Google Calculator from Command Line - Scraping Google calculator results with Perl.

Matthew M. Boedicker : Google Calculator from Command Line

Reply Highlighting

1/06/2004 @ 12:04 UTC

dionidium : Reply Highlighting - The most interesting thing about Dave's redesign. I'm quite interested in something similar for this site's forthcoming commenting system.

Plumbing the id

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

dionidium : Plumbing the id - "Behold, then, the only documents on the entire Web in which every single element has an id attribute."

Steve Jobs' blog

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Steve Jobs' blog - reed's favorite non-son

I Don't Feel Well

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

Paul Ford : I Don't Feel Well - Scribbles

Lists of Bests turns 1 (plus Bill moves to WordPress and redesigns)

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

Erik Benson : Lists of Bests turns 1 (plus Bill moves to WordPress and redesigns) - Congrats Bill.

Commodore 64 is Alive!

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

bmilleare : Commodore 64 is Alive!

GMail screenshots

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

bmilleare : GMail screenshots

Markdown (this rocks!)

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

bmilleare : Markdown (this rocks!)

How to make a linkblog in Atom

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

Isofarro : How to make a linkblog in Atom - Mark has added a novelty or three to his Atom link blog

Philippe Janvier : How to make a linkblog in Atom - <link rel="via">

Richard MacManus : Mark Pilgrim: How to make a linkblog in Atom - Cool, but I'm still waiting for a killer app that'll make me want to use Atom.

Kayode Okeyode : How to make a linkblog in Atom

Lucas Gonze comments on my Weblogs as Avatars post

1/06/2004 @ 12:03 UTC

Richard MacManus : Lucas Gonze comments on my Weblogs as Avatars post - "This is not a magazine, it's not even a publication. It is acts committed with words."

TopicExchange: Topics as attractors

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Richard MacManus : TopicExchange: Topics as attractors - Brainstorm wiki page for topics as meeting points.

Day-by-day Da Vinci

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Day-by-day Da Vinci - read along with Matt!

Richard MacManus : Matt Webb's RSS feed for The Notebooks of Leonardo Da Vinci - A page a day, text via Project Gutenberg. Great idea, I might do this for other books too!

'Purple Numbers" show a need for better linking tools

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Simon Willison : 'Purple Numbers" show a need for better linking tools - He's right of course, but for granular linking to be useful it has to work in today's browsers. (via)

Id-Ego-Superego

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Simon Willison : Id-Ego-Superego - Web service that adds ID attributes to HTML and XHTML documents.

Pink Numbers [dive into mark]

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Simon Willison : Pink Numbers [dive into mark] - Because you can't go wrong with even more blog clutter.

Security Can't Be Spun

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

doug : Security Can't Be Spun - Once again, John Gruber writes a well-thought article on the problems with Apple?s PR surrounding recent Mac OS X security issues.

Simon Willison : Daring Fireball: Security Cannot Be Spun - Apple's communication handling of the recent security problem was atrocious.

Announcing (and explaining) our new 2.0 licenses

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

François Hodierne : Announcing (and explaining) our new 2.0 licenses #

François Nonnenmacher : New Creative Commons Licences

New Atom Link Types?

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

François Hodierne : New Atom Link Types? - Une bonne question, de bonnes réponses #

the cost of sex

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : the cost of sex - the cost of sex: compute it for yourself

i am a walking time bomb

1/06/2004 @ 12:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : i am a walking time bomb - i am a walking time bomb: a different perspective on privacy

mt per-word charges

1/06/2004 @ 12:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : mt per-word charges - mt per-word charges: it's funny. laugh.

Adam Gessaman : Six Apart announces more changes to Movable Type license - Choose WordPress, per-word costs of 0 cents per word.

deusx : Apropos of Something » Six Apart announces more changes to Movable Type license - "With the release of Movable Type 3.0014d, users will pay as they blog on a per-word basis (billing will be handled through the increasingly versatile TypeKey service)" Heh, heh

SuperfluousBanter: Contrasting Vision

1/06/2004 @ 12:01 UTC

Paul Hammond : SuperfluousBanter: Contrasting Vision - I'm going to include a quick and dirty user test

using :visited and expression() to detect any visited link

1/06/2004 @ 12:01 UTC

François Hodierne : using :visited and expression() to detect any visited link #

Paul Hammond : milov.nl: using :visited and expression() to detect any visited link - expression('url(tracker.php?url=' this.href ')');

Kayode Okeyode : Using :visited and expression() to detect any visited link

Maps and animations of the World of Breedster

1/06/2004 @ 12:01 UTC

Tom Coates : Maps and animations of the World of Breedster

On Fornication And Genetics in The Breedster Age

1/06/2004 @ 12:01 UTC

Tom Coates : On Fornication And Genetics in The Breedster Age

BBC Creative Archive licensing to be based on Creative Commons

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Tom Coates : BBC Creative Archive licensing to be based on Creative Commons

The Economist's Style Guide is available online

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Tom Coates : The Economist's Style Guide is available online - The Economist's Style Guide is available online

Lushe, search only the sites you like

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Lushe, search only the sites you like - build a list of sites, search within it [via]

U.S. missiles in the 1960s had a default launch code of 00000000

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Andy Baio : U.S. missiles in the 1960s had a default launch code of 00000000 - and everyone knew the password

Aquarion : The World's Most Dangerous Password - Simple passwords for simple minds

making fedora core 2 and windows play well together

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : making fedora core 2 and windows play well together - data corruption is a bitch [via#

Threading in Atom

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

kellan : Threading in Atom - PaceLinkParent - Atom Wiki #

Mark Pilgrim : proposal to add threading support to atom - all kinds of potential uses #

John Gruber dives deep into the OS X security flaws

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

jkottke : John Gruber dives deep into the OS X security flaws

An interesting paper by Cameron about different ways to measure weblog authority

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Erik Benson : An interesting paper by Cameron about different ways to measure weblog authority - He claims that measuring the number of "permalinks" to a site (links to a particular entry) rather than "blogroll links" (links to a site's homepage) may be a better proxy for weblog authority.

jkottke : Audience, Structure and Authority in the Weblog Community - Audience, Structure and Authority in the Weblog Community (Cameron differentiates between link types to better analyze authority in the blogosphere.)

Overview of a chat with Malcolm Gladwell

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

jkottke : Overview of a chat with Malcolm Gladwell - Overview of a chat with Malcolm Gladwell (Avec pictures; Malcolm's hair is headed from afro to Kenny G.)

Mark: How to make a good ID in Atom

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

Isofarro : Mark: How to make a good ID in Atom - Generate Atom ids using the tag uri scheme

tehu : How to make a good ID in Atom - Patch this. Your permalinks will be broken. One day.

Philippe Janvier : How to make a good ID in Atom - "Yes, permalinks are not as permanent as you might think."

anildash : how to make a good ID in Atom - mark's knocked out another great Atom howto

Kayode Okeyode : How to make a good ID in Atom

insight into the birth of the kerry intern rumor

1/06/2004 @ 12:00 UTC

anildash : insight into the birth of the kerry intern rumor - first person from alexandra polier, no less

Andy Baio : First person account of the Kerry intern rumor - which turned out to be completely false [via]

Today's Papers

1/06/2004 @ 11:00 UTC

anildash : Today's Papers - cam's got a great start on a trackbacked google news-style community

Andy Baio : Today's Papers, news aggregator community - Cam Barrett talks about his new project [via]

Redesign versus restyling

1/06/2004 @ 10:03 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Redesign versus restyling - Oh? So Arthur restyled my weblog? #

Paul Hammond : DutchCelt Design - weblog: Redesign versus restyling - you may be shooting yourself in the foot. You've been warned

I say one thing, you think another

1/06/2004 @ 10:02 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : I say one thing, you think another - And another person who should pay attention to links! #

and cam's fascinating first-person account

1/06/2004 @ 10:01 UTC

anildash : and cam's fascinating first-person account - watchblog was a major venue for the story's start

insight into the birth of the kerry intern rumor

1/06/2004 @ 10:00 UTC

anildash : insight into the birth of the kerry intern rumor - first person from alexandra polier, no less

Omkatten in twee dagen

1/06/2004 @ 09:02 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Omkatten in twee dagen - WordPress en een fantastische omkat! #

The Misery of Open-Source Software

1/06/2004 @ 09:01 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : The Misery of Open-Source Software - It probably isn't suited for everyone, works for me though #

Sony shelving Fiona Apple's new album?

1/06/2004 @ 09:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Sony shelving Fiona Apple's new album? - they don't know how to market the album, five years in the making

more effusive praise for curbed

1/06/2004 @ 08:04 UTC

anildash : more effusive praise for curbed - steven explains what's great about lockhart's new site

NYC Parks BBQ areas

1/06/2004 @ 08:03 UTC

anildash : NYC Parks BBQ areas - just for future reference

StartSampling: free consumer goods

1/06/2004 @ 08:02 UTC

anildash : StartSampling: free consumer goods - the best way to make people happy or angry is to give them free stuff on the Internet

International Standard Paper Sizes

1/06/2004 @ 08:01 UTC

anildash : International Standard Paper Sizes - i want to see a fractal representation of ever-smaller european paper sizes

Charles Miller : International Standard Paper Sizes Explained - An explanation of International Standard Paper Sizes. Did you know that there are 16 A4 pages to the m2?

Spirit of America

1/06/2004 @ 08:00 UTC

anildash : Spirit of America - it's the least we can do

Video: The Hitman, funny short film

1/06/2004 @ 07:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: The Hitman, funny short film - more videos by Mary Lynn Rajskub, including Girls Guitar Club [via]

Nuts.

1/06/2004 @ 07:00 UTC

jkottke : Nuts.

Easy Yet Powerful Ecommerce

1/06/2004 @ 06:00 UTC

Will Pate : Easy Yet Powerful Ecommerce - A great way for small businesses to get started.

Real Economic Development

1/06/2004 @ 05:00 UTC

Will Pate : Real Economic Development - Support real growth by helping businesses get more customers.

Touchscreen BoomboxPC

1/06/2004 @ 03:01 UTC

deusx : Touchscreen BoomboxPC - Love the desktop wallpaper...

Generic names for soft drinks by US county

1/06/2004 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Generic names for soft drinks by US county

Nintendo 'fears for games industry'

1/06/2004 @ 02:14 UTC

deusx : Nintendo 'fears for games industry' - "The president of games giant Nintendo has said he fears for the future of the industry and has warned that it must innovate or die."

Mice reveal route to ripe old age is a life in the fast lane

1/06/2004 @ 02:13 UTC

deusx : Mice reveal route to ripe old age is a life in the fast lane - "...contradicts the long-established view that high metabolic rates - fast living - mean shorter lives."

with_gusto:

1/06/2004 @ 02:12 UTC

deusx : with_gusto: - "Keith said his final goodbyes, took a deep breath, and dropped his pocket calculator into the bath."

Simon Willison: plinks - a purple numbers variant

1/06/2004 @ 02:11 UTC

deusx : Simon Willison: plinks - a purple numbers variant - "So, my ideal purple numbers implementation would minimise markup pollution and visual clutter."

Paul Hammond : Simon Willison: plinks - a purple numbers variant - Since functions are objects they can have properties

Turkish Coffee Recipe

1/06/2004 @ 02:10 UTC

deusx : Turkish Coffee Recipe

NASA: Smelling the Coffee

1/06/2004 @ 02:09 UTC

deusx : NASA: Smelling the Coffee - When the Kauai Coffee Company wanted a cheaper way to monitor the ripeness of its coffee beans, the federal government helped out.

Pink Numbers [dive into mark]

1/06/2004 @ 02:08 UTC

Simon Willison : Pink Numbers [dive into mark] - Because you can't go wrong with even more blog clutter.

Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API

1/06/2004 @ 02:07 UTC

Simon Willison : Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API - Impressive is an understatement. (via)

Paul Hammond : Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API - This page is a demo

Charles Miller : Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API - Everything Can be a Link with Mozilla's window.getSelection() Method and the W3C DOM Range API.

Edward Tufte: Sparklines

1/06/2004 @ 02:06 UTC

Simon Willison : Edward Tufte: Sparklines - An entire chapter from E.T.'s forthcoming book "Beautiful Evidence".

jkottke : Tufte has revised his chapter on sparklines - Tufte has revised his chapter on sparklines (Sparklines are "intense, simple, word-sized graphics".)

Repro, Man

1/06/2004 @ 02:05 UTC

Simon Willison : Repro, Man - "... the age of Word's code base has surpassed the legal drinking age in all 50 states."

Solving the "silent data loss" problem in RSS 2.0

1/06/2004 @ 02:04 UTC

Simon Willison : Solving the "silent data loss" problem in RSS 2.0 - RSS to take inspiratiom from Atom? (via)

Understanding Apache file permissions

1/06/2004 @ 02:03 UTC

Simon Willison : Understanding Apache file permissions - From OnLamp's A Day in the Life of #Apache series.

Hackers & Painters

1/06/2004 @ 02:02 UTC

Simon Willison : Hackers & Painters - Paul Graham's new book. (via)

Cheese-rolling gets back on track

1/06/2004 @ 02:01 UTC

Simon Willison : Cheese-rolling gets back on track - I guess I missed the cheese rolling this year.

Smoke, Mirrors and Silence: The Browser Wars Reignite

1/06/2004 @ 02:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Smoke, Mirrors and Silence: The Browser Wars Reignite - This time it's web standards vs whatever MS are cooking up for Longhorn. (via)

Kayode Okeyode : Smoke, Mirrors and Silence: The Browser Wars Reignite

Bad Baby Names

1/06/2004 @ 01:02 UTC

Charles Miller : Bad Baby Names - Bad baby name ideas, and sarcastic responses from online forums: "I'm guessing (hoping, praying) these are names you saw today while you were hitting random keys on the computer at Bellevue just before the Thorazine kicked in." (via ObLinks)

Plastic: Can A Gag Order Keep Pandora's Box Shut?

1/06/2004 @ 01:01 UTC

deusx : Plastic: Can A Gag Order Keep Pandora's Box Shut? - And Israel is one of our allies...?

Night vision goggles given to Harry Potter theater ushers

1/06/2004 @ 01:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Night vision goggles given to Harry Potter theater ushers - I guarantee it'll be available the same day of U.S. release, or before [via]

1060 NetKernel

1/06/2004 @ 00:02 UTC

Nelson Minar : 1060 NetKernel - Toolkit for building XML web services

XRI namespace

1/06/2004 @ 00:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : XRI namespace - OASIS Extensible Resource Identifier TC

Insult gestures from around the world

1/06/2004 @ 00:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Insult gestures from around the world - Insult gestures from around the world: A comprehensive guide for any American

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