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recipe for apple macaroni and cheese by Alton Brown of the Food Network's Good Eats

29/06/2004 @ 23:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : recipe for apple macaroni and cheese by Alton Brown of the Food Network's Good Eats

LoveIsDaShit

29/06/2004 @ 23:57 UTC

kaninka.net : LoveIsDaShit - 80 gígabæti af Spearhead og Micahel Franti á tónleikum.

The hidden ball trick

29/06/2004 @ 23:56 UTC

Steve Cook : The hidden ball trick - A comprehensive list of times that professional sports' stupidest trick play actually worked. (Poor Ozzie Guillen.)

titanium breast implants

29/06/2004 @ 23:56 UTC

Aquarion : titanium breast implants - ...

japanese ice cream

29/06/2004 @ 23:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : japanese ice cream - japanese ice cream: yuck!

pampered bush meets a real reporter

29/06/2004 @ 23:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : pampered bush meets a real reporter - pampered bush meets a real reporter: heh. what a wank

Tomas Jogin : Pampered Bush meets a real reporter - "On the eve of his recent sojourn in Europe, President Bush had an unpleasant run-in with a species of creature he had not previously encountered often: a journalist."

Nelson Minar : Real reporter - When did US journalists become such wussies?

Altoids' weird Wario Ware homage

29/06/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Altoids' weird Wario Ware homage -

Rod Begbie : Altoids: 2 Fast 2 Curious - SHAMELESS WarioWarez rip-off. Still fun, though. [via#

Nelson Minar : Altoids microgames - Weird clone of WarioWare (via Waxy)

Coudal redesigns

29/06/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Coudal redesigns - big headlines are a reaction to the tiny type trend [via]

anildash : coudal redesigns - hey, those guys are good

jkottke : Coudal redesigns; it's delightfully self-indulgent - Coudal redesigns; it's delightfully self-indulgent

Tom Coates : Coudal.com redesigns - link styles are a mess - it's impossible to tell what's a heading, what's a divider and what's a link to an article - but at least it looks nice... - Coudal.com redesigns - link styles are a mess - it's impossible to tell what's a heading, what's a divider and what's a link to an article - but at least it looks nice...

visual studio 2005 express

29/06/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

anildash : visual studio 2005 express - lightweight versions of Microsoft's developer tools. smart.

GreaterRX, a pharma marketing blog

29/06/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

anildash : GreaterRX, a pharma marketing blog - interesting to see the launch of a purely commercial MT blog in a new industry

prayers to Saint Isidore, patron saint of the internet

29/06/2004 @ 22:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : prayers to Saint Isidore, patron saint of the internet

Video: 1939-1940 New York World's Fair

29/06/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: 1939-1940 New York World's Fair - the screenshots alone look great [via]

Review of 37signal's Building of Basecamp seminar

29/06/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

jkottke : Review of 37signal's Building of Basecamp seminar - Review of 37signal's Building of Basecamp seminar

Simon Willison : "The Building of Basecamp" Review - Includes insights in to 37 Signals' process.

A "the terrorists have already won" randomizer

29/06/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

jkottke : A "the terrorists have already won" randomizer - A "the terrorists have already won" randomizer (A favorite: "If a man can't attend a rock concert with a fried chicken bucket on his head, that means the terrorists have already won!")

MSDN Product Feedback

29/06/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

anildash : MSDN Product Feedback - submit product suggestions and bugs on MS platforms. i love it.

fast company's link policy evolves

29/06/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

anildash : fast company's link policy evolves - it's almost like there are actual humans there who are trying to do the right thing

Is history going to repeat itself?

29/06/2004 @ 21:58 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Is history going to repeat itself? - I hope so #

Comments on Validation

29/06/2004 @ 21:58 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Comments on Validation - So now I'm a purist? Let me tell you something: XHTML is about purism, if you don't have it leave it alone and take HTML. (Note: you can still use HTML and be a purist, look at Ian or Mark for examples.) #

Blogs With Flavor

29/06/2004 @ 21:57 UTC

kristine : Blogs With Flavor - Winston-Salem Journal | Blogs With Flavor - interesting article about Food Blogs. :)

More street style

29/06/2004 @ 21:57 UTC

Nelson Minar : More street style - What, me worry?

The most disgusting defense attourney ever gets results

29/06/2004 @ 21:56 UTC

Steve Cook : The most disgusting defense attourney ever gets results - I think I need to go smash something now.

Pocket Commodore 64

29/06/2004 @ 21:56 UTC

deusx : Pocket Commodore 64 - "Play C64 games on your Pocket PC ! BIOS ROMS built-in ,90% speed increase over Pocket C64, Stereo Sound - packed with extra features!"

meshcube.org - the meshing community website

29/06/2004 @ 21:56 UTC

deusx : meshcube.org - the meshing community website - Get these things down to $10, make one side sticky and the other side a solar panel. Stick them everywhere outside.

Voters Urged Not to Eat Their Ballots

29/06/2004 @ 21:56 UTC

deusx : Voters Urged Not to Eat Their Ballots - '"Eating a ballot, not returning it or otherwise destroying or defacing it constitutes a serious breach of the Canada Elections Act," Elections Canada warns on its Internet site.'

give me a hand with a PHP/MySQL question?

29/06/2004 @ 21:55 UTC

Graham Leuschke : give me a hand with a PHP/MySQL question? - cry for help

Astronomers have detected a supermassive black hole that's 10 billion times the mass of the sun a...

29/06/2004 @ 21:55 UTC

jkottke : Astronomers have detected a supermassive black hole that's 10 billion times the mass of the sun and is big enough to hold 1,000 of our solar systems within it - Astronomers have detected a supermassive black hole that's 10 billion times the mass of the sun and is big enough to hold 1,000 of our solar systems within it

Nelson Minar : Gigantic black hole - Mass is the size of our whole galaxy. And it's too old to fit simple theory.

how the press turned on kerry's personality

29/06/2004 @ 21:55 UTC

anildash : how the press turned on kerry's personality - as soon as he became a candidate, he lost all his charm. apparently.

Mozilla 2.0 platform must-haves

29/06/2004 @ 20:58 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Mozilla 2.0 platform must-haves - Web Forms 2.0! #

The W3C

29/06/2004 @ 20:58 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : The W3C - ... thinks the web isn't important anymore #

Architecture Digest vs. This Old House

29/06/2004 @ 20:58 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Architecture Digest vs. This Old House - Jeffrey: "I look forward to the day when most people who hire folks like us to design, structure, and program their web presences treat us more like the thinkers we are, and less like hired hands installing birdbaths." #

Simon Willison : Zeldman on why drop down menus suck - Good for pointing people to.

Isofarro : Zeldman on drop down menus - When I see a drop-down menu, I know that a committee sat around a table, unwilling to think through the organization of the site's material into a user-focused structure

Richard MacManus : Zeldman avoids drop-down menus - Prefers "drilling down through clearly labeled, intelligently organized categories."

fill out this web form and your senators will be faxed for free telling them you are opposed to t...

29/06/2004 @ 20:58 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : fill out this web form and your senators will be faxed for free telling them you are opposed to the INDUCE act, which threatens iPods and P2P

CURTA calculators

29/06/2004 @ 20:57 UTC

Nelson Minar : CURTA calculators - Crazy mechanical calculator (via Seth Golub)

Feed Parser docs

29/06/2004 @ 20:57 UTC

Nelson Minar : Feed Parser docs - My biggest gripe with Mark's feed parser is no more - excellent documentation!

Watson sold to Sun

29/06/2004 @ 20:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : Watson sold to Sun - Interesting little acquisition

The Empty Cradle Will Rock

29/06/2004 @ 20:56 UTC

deusx : The Empty Cradle Will Rock - "How abortion is costing the Democrats voters--literally." Ugh. Morbid and disgusting anti-abortion stab. Alternately, I wonder if morons will outbreed smarter humans equipped with both restraint and more reproductive options.

Chicago economist links abortion to falling crime rates

29/06/2004 @ 20:56 UTC

deusx : Chicago economist links abortion to falling crime rates - "...study that links the legalization of abortion to the country’s falling crime rate in the 1990s..." Equally morbid, but makes sense to me-- fewer women stuck with unwanted kids they can't raise successfully, fewer damaged adults on all si

just walk out on apple

29/06/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : just walk out on apple - just walk out on apple: great advice from russ

Comparing Atlantas in vintage and contemporary photos

29/06/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

jkottke : Comparing Atlantas in vintage and contemporary photos - Comparing Atlantas in vintage and contemporary photos (This is darn cool.)

Dogs for rent in Japan, $25/hr

29/06/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

jkottke : Dogs for rent in Japan, $25/hr - Dogs for rent in Japan, $25/hr (For more money, overnight rentals are available.)

Gee-Mail

29/06/2004 @ 19:56 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Gee-Mail - "A Widget to check the unread message count in your Gmail account."

State of the WHAT

29/06/2004 @ 19:56 UTC

François Hodierne : State of the WHAT - "The first public demo of a Web Forms 2.0 page was actually a very high profile demo" ... "It was during Steve Jobs' keynote speech at Apple's WWDC" #

Anne van Kesteren : State of the WHAT - Ian: "There were also some people who commented that instead of calling it a Working Group we should have called it a Task Force, because the resulting acronym would have been much more appropriate." #

Wayne Burkett : Hixie's Natural Log: State of the WHAT - "There were also some people who commented that instead of calling it a Working Group we should have called it a Task Force, because the resulting acronym would have been much more appropriate." #

Cool map game

29/06/2004 @ 19:56 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Cool map game - I don't want to admit how long this took me.

jimray : Rethinking Schools - Map Game - War is truly God's way of teaching Americans about geography

When standards don't apply

29/06/2004 @ 19:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : When standards don't apply - "We hear a lot of complaints about standards bodies, but I've yet to hear someone come up with a better way to do it."

"How to Avoid Flamewars" by Dave Winer

29/06/2004 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : "How to Avoid Flamewars" by Dave Winer - coming soon: Courtney Love's "Guide to Responsible Parenting" [via]

Steve Cook : "How to avoid flamewars" (by Dave Winer) - In other news, Henry Kissinger still has a Nobel Peace Prize, it will rain on your wedding day, and irony remains dead.

Atom API Examples

29/06/2004 @ 18:56 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Atom API Examples - "Some examples of using the Atom API with PHP and Python"

Free frappuccinos at Starbucks tomorrow

29/06/2004 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Free frappuccinos at Starbucks tomorrow - well, free "samples" anyway [via]

New Jersey court says customers may take IP addresses away from ISP

29/06/2004 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : New Jersey court says customers may take IP addresses away from ISP - that's like taking your ZIP code with you when you move

City Pages interviews Plain Layne

29/06/2004 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : City Pages interviews Plain Layne - so that's what Rex is doing instead of updating his blog

jkottke : Article about and interview with Plain Layne creator - Article about and interview with Plain Layne creator ("It was fiction in a hurry." I've been calling it realtime fiction.)

UPS to begin repairing laptops for all Toshiba customers in US

29/06/2004 @ 18:55 UTC

jkottke : UPS to begin repairing laptops for all Toshiba customers in US - UPS to begin repairing laptops for all Toshiba customers in US ("Moving a unit around and getting replacement parts consumes most of the time. The actual service only takes about an hour.")

Eurobad

29/06/2004 @ 17:56 UTC

François Hodierne : Eurobad - an exhibition of Europe's worst interiors of 1974. [via#

Cupertino, start your photocopiers!

29/06/2004 @ 17:55 UTC

François Hodierne : Cupertino, start your photocopiers! - Why wait 'till "first half of 2005" when you can get the original Dashboard now? #

Philippe Janvier : Konfabulator! - A quand la version PC ?

tehu : Cupertino, start your photocopiers - Angry developper made a shameless ripoff of a brilliant advert. Why nobody told him that he was doing market research for Apple ? (Spolsky's axiom)

Rod Begbie : Konfabulator! - CPU-consuming prettywidgets now come in Windows flavour. #

Simon Willison : Konfabulator! - Now available for Windows. (via) [via]

Kayode Okeyode : Konfabulator is a JavaScript runtime engine for Mac OS X that lets you run little files called Widgets that can do pretty much whatever you want them to (now available on just about any personal computer in the world)

Richard Rutter : Yahoo! buys Konfabulator - And makes it free.

checklist for internet drafts

29/06/2004 @ 17:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : checklist for internet drafts - nits #

Are you a "Tech Girl", "Geek Chick" or "Network Ops Cutie"?

29/06/2004 @ 16:57 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Are you a "Tech Girl", "Geek Chick" or "Network Ops Cutie"? - This is wrong on zillions of levels.

Mario and Zelda Big Band Live

29/06/2004 @ 16:57 UTC

Andy Baio : Mario and Zelda Big Band Live - the full album for download from Phancy

Free Wired magazine subscription

29/06/2004 @ 16:56 UTC

Andy Baio : Free Wired magazine subscription - it doesn't even ask for your e-mail address

Wired tracks the "Bill Gates" e-mail hoax to its origin

29/06/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Wired tracks the "Bill Gates" e-mail hoax to its origin - excellent detective work

Lines on Paper's comic artist business cards

29/06/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Lines on Paper's comic artist business cards - nine pages of goodness [via]

Flickr's calendar view is very very cool

29/06/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

jkottke : Flickr's calendar view is very very cool - Flickr's calendar view is very very cool (Seen any other neat ways to display photo albums?)

Ensuring your Web pages are accessible to all

29/06/2004 @ 15:56 UTC

Isofarro : Ensuring your Web pages are accessible to all - Short primer on HTML accessibility features

Kayode Okeyode : Ensuring your Web pages are accessible to all

Bashish has some cool (and strange) themes for the console

29/06/2004 @ 15:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Bashish has some cool (and strange) themes for the console

National Digital Forecast Database XML/SOAP Service

29/06/2004 @ 15:03 UTC

Eric Meyer : National Digital Forecast Database XML/SOAP Service - I was looking for something like this back in 1997 for inclusion in the CWRU Web site.

Supermarket sites criticised over accessibility

29/06/2004 @ 14:56 UTC

Isofarro : Supermarket sites criticised over accessibility - Tesco gradually migrating website toward their accessible one

When standards don't apply

29/06/2004 @ 14:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : When standards don't apply - "The drawbacks of working with standards bodies have led some software companies to skip the process, leaving the market to set the standards."

Fresh Roast Plus personal coffee roaster

29/06/2004 @ 13:55 UTC

Steve Cook : Fresh Roast Plus personal coffee roaster - A coffee roaster designed for one or two people. Nice.

deusx : Fresh Roast Plus - Home Coffee Roaster by Fresh Beans

Goodbye, Babylon on Dust-to-Digital Distribution

29/06/2004 @ 12:55 UTC

phil : Goodbye, Babylon on Dust-to-Digital Distribution - Now that's a box set.

Atom feed

29/06/2004 @ 11:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Atom feed - One of the things I like about Blogger is the Atom feed. #

Ugly Wedding Dress of the Day

29/06/2004 @ 11:55 UTC

Aquarion : Ugly Wedding Dress of the Day

New name for 'Before I Kill You, Mr Bond'

29/06/2004 @ 10:55 UTC

Aquarion : New name for 'Before I Kill You, Mr Bond'

Corporate vandals try selective cleaning of dirty walls to leave advertising messages. Sounds goo...

29/06/2004 @ 09:55 UTC

Tom Coates : Corporate vandals try selective cleaning of dirty walls to leave advertising messages. Sounds good, but it's still another attempt to bombard us with advertising 24/7 whether we want it or not. And as such, it's still dirty and wrong - Corporate vandals try selective cleaning of dirty walls to leave advertising messages. Sounds good, but it's still another attempt to bombard us with advertising 24/7 whether we want it or not. And as such, it's still dirty and wrong

kinky breakout

29/06/2004 @ 08:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : kinky breakout - kinky breakout: a classic video game and modern skin

Validation

29/06/2004 @ 07:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Validation - Stop using XHTML now if you don't do it correct #

Trackback in, valid out (mostly)

29/06/2004 @ 07:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Trackback in, valid out (mostly) - or: "Trackback considered harmful" #

ibwai

29/06/2004 @ 07:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : ibwai - Really nice! [via#

Jon Hicks : ibeginwithanidea - Didier has fled the Rubin nest and finally gets his own site! As you would expect its gorgeous!

Top searches for Michael's anonymous blog

29/06/2004 @ 06:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Top searches for Michael's anonymous blog - sadness and despair from anonymous posters [via]

anildash : a sad look at anonymous blogging - i've always been slightly saddened by reading mike's project, and now i realize why

Ball trouble

29/06/2004 @ 05:56 UTC

Graham Leuschke : Ball trouble - the Taiwanese are coming! the Taiwanese are coming!

and you wonder why nobody ever asks editors to go to lunch

29/06/2004 @ 05:55 UTC

Mark Pilgrim : and you wonder why nobody ever asks editors to go to lunch - classic #

Aquarion : Why you shouldn't invite editors to lunch - comma

Konfabulator developer pissed at Apple, says OS X 10.4's Dashboard is a copy of his program

29/06/2004 @ 05:55 UTC

jkottke : Konfabulator developer pissed at Apple, says OS X 10.4's Dashboard is a copy of his program - Konfabulator developer pissed at Apple, says OS X 10.4's Dashboard is a copy of his program (Haven't there been several Konfabulator-type apps on various OSes before Konf. came along? Anyone remember any of them?)

Converting CGI Movable Type Templates to PHP

29/06/2004 @ 05:55 UTC

anildash : Converting CGI Movable Type Templates to PHP - mike's got a good path to dynamic pages, for those with low-traffic sites

J. K. Rowling Official Site

29/06/2004 @ 04:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : J. K. Rowling Official Site

Command-line blog interface

29/06/2004 @ 04:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Command-line blog interface - [via]

Will Pate : Geekiest Blog Ever - Terminal Island: A command line blog.

A Singaporean woman texts 36 wpm on her cell phone, sets world record

29/06/2004 @ 04:55 UTC

jkottke : A Singaporean woman texts 36 wpm on her cell phone, sets world record

Midnight Lounge is really good

29/06/2004 @ 04:55 UTC

anildash : Midnight Lounge is really good - Jody Watley's last album isn't new, but it is great, now that i've heard it

FreeDOS

29/06/2004 @ 03:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : FreeDOS - DOS ain't dead

satisfied grunting over girth

29/06/2004 @ 03:55 UTC

anildash : satisfied grunting over girth - they're, um, selling hot dogs

deusx : Ads That Make You Go Ew - "Who buys hot dogs because they're "girthy"?' Girrrrrthy. Girrrrrrrrrrrthy. Excuse me, I think I've got some vomiting to do.

Blojsom to be in Tiger!

29/06/2004 @ 02:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Blojsom to be in Tiger! - Wow, Apple's smart to roll in stuff like this

can dialectics breed wheat?

29/06/2004 @ 02:55 UTC

cobra libre : can dialectics breed wheat? - the skeptic's dictionary on lysenkoism

new more detailed ultrasound shows complex behavior

29/06/2004 @ 01:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : new more detailed ultrasound shows complex behavior

Developing a URL structure for broadcast radio sites...

29/06/2004 @ 01:56 UTC

Simon Willison : Developing a URL structure for broadcast radio sites... - Anally-retentive URL design. Love it!

Paul Hammond : plasticbag.org | weblog | Developing a URL structure for broadcast radio sites... - the URL structure that we went with in the end and the rationale for it

Transform your toaster oven into a PVR

29/06/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Transform your toaster oven into a PVR - extreme(ly silly) case modding [via]

Apple Tiger server to include bundled blogging software

29/06/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Apple Tiger server to include bundled blogging software - they're bundling Blojsom [via]

eBay auction of Ashton Kutcher's screen name

29/06/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

Andy Baio : eBay auction of Ashton Kutcher's screen name - Ashton gets punk'd [via]

New Harry Potter book called "The Half Blood Prince"

29/06/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

Andy Baio : New Harry Potter book called "The Half Blood Prince" - from Rowling's official site, more instructions on viewing it

$20k MT plugin contest extended

29/06/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

anildash : $20k MT plugin contest extended - any extension is eligible, and you don't have to use perl to make it

ftrain

29/06/2004 @ 00:55 UTC

Jon Hicks : ftrain - I just love this sites horizontal layout, it really makes me want to explore (note to self: always pays to check your referrers, and steal this idea soon…)

A System To Analyze Memes

29/06/2004 @ 00:55 UTC

anildash : A System To Analyze Memes - a nice response to my suggestions about learning from experience

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