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PodWorks

22/11/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : PodWorks - Software to get your files back off your iPod (filed under Apple).

17.5% off Amazon

19/11/2004 @ 11:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : 17.5% off Amazon - At Amazon Jersey (only applicable to UK dwellers) (filed under Stuff).

London Applestore pics

18/11/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : London Applestore pics - It looks seriously impressive. Much rent on Regent Street. (filed under Apple).

plasticbag : The Apple Store Regent Street Preview Gallery - Pictures of the new Apple Store to open tomorrow morning on Regent Street in London. There are apparently 250 grab bags with a value of over £700 for sale for under half that price, if you're prepared to wait outside for six-ten hours to get them.

Sidebar links with de.licio.us

18/11/2004 @ 13:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Sidebar links with de.licio.us - Jon provides all you need to write a de.licio.us sidebar in PHP (filed under Blogging).

Kayode Okeyode : Sidebar links with de.licio.us

User experience comes in threes

11/11/2004 @ 11:56 UTC

Richard Rutter : User experience comes in threes - Every consultant needs a Venn diagram (filed under New media industry).

Paul Hammond : Functioning Form - User Experience Comes in Threes - three seems to be the magic number

Koders, a search engine for source code

9/11/2004 @ 00:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Koders, a search engine for source code - search the source of thousands of open-source projects [via]  [via]

cameron : Koders - Source Code Search Engine - finally someone built this. i've been waiting for it for years

Richard Rutter : Koders - Search engine for open source code (filed under Tools & software).

Wayne Burkett : Koders - Search source code by language and license. This is new to me. #

jimray : Koders - Source Code Search Engine - Search open source code

Locator

8/11/2004 @ 13:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Locator - A freeware OS X GUI to the Unix ‘locate’ command (filed under Tools & software).

"The scramble is under way for a slice of Peel"

7/11/2004 @ 15:55 UTC

plasticbag : "The scramble is under way for a slice of Peel" - The Independent newspaper talks about the scramble to benefit from the life and death of BBC DJ and widely-loved grump John Peel

Richard Rutter : Scrambling for a slice of Peel - 40,000 albums on vinyl and CD, innumerable singles and tapes (filed under Music). [via plasticbag.org]

Shirky: Group as User: Flaming and the Design of Social Software

5/11/2004 @ 18:03 UTC

Phil Gyford : Shirky: Group as User: Flaming and the Design of Social Software - Worth reading even if it only included this quote: "As an analogy [to how easy it is to tidy up wiki pages], imagine what cities would look like if it were easier to clean graffiti than to create it."

Richard Rutter : Group as User - Shirky on Flaming and the Design of Social Software (filed under Tools & software).

A time lapse photo of the recent lunar eclipse

4/11/2004 @ 21:59 UTC

jkottke : A time lapse photo of the recent lunar eclipse

plasticbag : A Time Lapse Lunar Eclipse - A stunning visualisation of the moon as it passes through the shadow of the earth. Terribly cool. Terribly beautiful.

Richard Rutter : Time lapse lunar eclipse - Fabulous imagery of the Earth’s shadow engulfing the Moon (filed under Stuff). [via plasticbag.org]

Taken to extremes - The Guardian Online on Extreme Programming and Scrum methodologies

4/11/2004 @ 17:58 UTC

plasticbag : Taken to extremes - The Guardian Online on Extreme Programming and Scrum methodologies - I'm quite keen on Scrum stuff and on any form of programming or working that minimises meetings and formal project plans. We used some of this stuff in my last project in the BBC.

Richard Rutter : Intro to extreme programming - (filed under PHP/MySQL).

Studio..to go!

4/11/2004 @ 14:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Studio..to go! - Sequencing, score and synthesis software, running off a CD (filed under Music).

Web design depth of field

4/11/2004 @ 11:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Web design depth of field - Using photographic techniques to draw attention (filed under Information design).

Paul Hammond : And all that Malarkey [Web design depth of field] - I am interested in how photographic techniques might be used in web design

Watford Gap

3/11/2004 @ 10:56 UTC

Richard Rutter : Watford Gap - British Roads FAQ 4.4.12 (filed under Mapping & Geospatial). [via Interconnected]

Cumberland Gap

3/11/2004 @ 10:56 UTC

Richard Rutter : Cumberland Gap - British Roads FAQ 4.4.18 (filed under Mapping & Geospatial). [via Interconnected]

Compulsive Guide to Postal Addresses

3/11/2004 @ 10:56 UTC

Richard Rutter : Compulsive Guide to Postal Addresses - Apparently Britain has the ‘most confusing addresses on earth’ (filed under Mapping & Geospatial). [via Interconnected]

URL Decoder/Encoder

2/11/2004 @ 12:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : URL Decoder/Encoder - Handy for de-gibberishization of JavaScript URLs (filed under DOM | JavaScript). [via ]

Amazon A9 toolbar

2/11/2004 @ 12:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Amazon A9 toolbar - For Firefox and IE/Win (filed under Tools & software).

So it begins?

2/11/2004 @ 11:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : So it begins? - Britain’s record labels begin to sue. (filed under Music).

Unobtrusive show/hide behavior reloaded

30/10/2004 @ 03:08 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Unobtrusive show/hide behavior reloaded - For the toolbox (plus reading material) #

Richard Rutter : Unobtrusive show/hide behavior reloaded - Clone the content and control it as you will. Clever stuff. (filed under DOM | JavaScript). [via ]

philgyford : Bobbyvandersluis.com | Unobtrusive show/hide behavior reloaded - Javascripty goodness.

Bush website block

28/10/2004 @ 19:58 UTC

Richard Rutter : Bush website block - Access denied to us naughty foreigners (filed under War).

Hicksdesign resigns

28/10/2004 @ 11:58 UTC

Richard Rutter : Hicksdesign resigns - And it is good (but the sideways tree made me feel giddy) (filed under Design thinking).

Designing Accessible Tables

27/10/2004 @ 23:30 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Designing Accessible Tables

Wayne Burkett : Bring on the tables | 456 Berea Street - "It?s important to remember that tables are still perfectly fine to use ? if used correctly." #

Clément Hardoüin : Bon balisage de tableaux - Les tableaux c'est bien mais pas pour la mise en page. Et c'est mieux quand c'est bien balisé, la preuve par l'exemple.

Paul Hammond : Bring on the tables | 456 Berea Street - There is even more to data tables than I have mentioned here

plasticbag : Bring on the tables - a guide to the proper use of HTML mark-up when presenting tabular data - "For a table to be accessible to people using a screen reader or some other non-visual user agent, it needs to tell the user agent how the information it contains is related."

Richard Rutter : Bring on the tables - Spot-on advice for coding accessible tables (filed under Mark-up techniques).

jonhicks : Bring on the tables | 456 Berea Street

DropCopy

25/10/2004 @ 23:01 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : DropCopy - Rendezvous-enabled drag 'n' drop filesharing. Yes, please.

Steve Cook : DropCopy: Rendezvous powered file-sharing for OSX - Oh boy, does this fill a need; I've thought about writing something like it myself, only now I don't have to.

Rod Begbie : DropCopy - Shiny no-brainer local-file-sharing app for Mac networks. [via#

deusx : 10base-t interactive | rendezvous enabled applications > DropCopy - "Easily and quickly send files and folders to multiple destinations across your LAN by simply dragging files onto recipients in a popup window."

plasticbag : DropCopy - Easily and quickly send files and folders to multiple destinations across your LAN - Interesting little application this - I've been thinking around something vaguely similar for a while. This has given me some possible UI pointers...

Richard Rutter : DropCopy - Easily send files to multiple recipients over Rendezvous (filed under Tools & software). [via Interconnected]

Layout of search results

20/10/2004 @ 11:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Layout of search results - Categorizing search results improve users’ performance (filed under Information design).

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