More from Simon Waldman on RSS

22/12/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

Richard MacManus : More from Simon Waldman on RSS - "At the same time, however, in a world of a million feeds: there has never been a greater need for distinctive, intelligent reporting, comment and analysis that can stand up even when shorn of its traditional context and design. Indistinct products die in

John Maeda's got himself a weblog called, what else, Simplicity

22/12/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

jkottke : John Maeda's got himself a weblog called, what else, Simplicity

Nelson Minar : John Maeda blog - He finally succumbed! John's a great designer and excellent teacher.

cameron : Maeda's SIMPLICITY - weblog of John Maeda for the Media Lab's SIMPLICITY consortium

joshua : Maeda's SIMPLICITY - interesting blog

eharmony.com $110M

22/12/2004 @ 22:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : eharmony.com $110M - That's a lot of money

The Battle of the Bulge

22/12/2004 @ 21:58 UTC

Steve Cook : The Battle of the Bulge - The Army presents an excellent website on the occasion of its 60th anniversary.

Myers: Online Spending Will Jump 30% in 2005

22/12/2004 @ 21:55 UTC

Richard MacManus : Myers: Online Spending Will Jump 30% in 2005 - "Popularly branded online content will generate the greatest share of online revenue growth in 2005." --> not sure I like the sound of "popularly branded"... sounds a bit mainstreamy. [via] [via]

Monospace/Fixed Width Programer's Fonts

22/12/2004 @ 21:04 UTC

Rod Begbie : Monospace/Fixed Width Programer's Fonts - Programmers font listing, with samples. The freely downloadable Vera Sans Mono wins out. #

Nelson Minar : Programmer's fonts - Nice list of fixed width fonts

Tip: Use Universal Feed Parser to tame RSS

22/12/2004 @ 21:01 UTC

deusx : Tip: Use Universal Feed Parser to tame RSS - "Sometimes tools can save the day when people aren't careful about standards"

Phidgets - USB sensors, USB robot sensors, robot kits, hobby robots, robot parts

22/12/2004 @ 20:58 UTC

deusx : Phidgets - USB sensors, USB robot sensors, robot kits, hobby robots, robot parts - Hmm. These look more fun than Lego Mindstorms :)

joshua : Phidgets - USB sensors, USB robot sensors, robot kits, hobby robots, robot parts

150 most popular tags on Flickr

22/12/2004 @ 20:55 UTC

Richard MacManus : 150 most popular tags on Flickr - Cool, New Zealand is on the list (and fairly bold too).

Welcome Harry Jameson Cheever!

22/12/2004 @ 20:02 UTC

kellan : Welcome Harry Jameson Cheever! - Clever kid managed to just barely avoid being born on Xmas #

D.C. Comics superhero Christmas album from 1977

22/12/2004 @ 19:58 UTC

Andy Baio : D.C. Comics superhero Christmas album from 1977 - "Exciting Christmas Stories" with Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman [via]  [via]

Full albums of "Dragnet: The Christmas Story" from 1953 and "Non-Stop Christmas Disco" from 1979

22/12/2004 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Full albums of "Dragnet: The Christmas Story" from 1953 and "Non-Stop Christmas Disco" from 1979 - more great Christmas rarities: FaLaLaLaLa.com,Oddio Overplay [via]  [via]

Rooneg::Weblog: Lucene4c Progress

22/12/2004 @ 19:01 UTC

kellan : Rooneg::Weblog: Lucene4c Progress - May someday lead to an Apache module that lets you search over a Lucene index #

Cell phone Python

22/12/2004 @ 18:58 UTC

Nelson Minar : Cell phone Python - Official release of Python for Series 60. Woohoo!

jimray : Python for Series 60 - Cell phone companies and carriers that continue to hobble their phones are going to go the way of the dodo, slowly and begrudingly, but surely

japanese trailer for ong bak

22/12/2004 @ 18:55 UTC

cobra libre : japanese trailer for ong bak - the groundbreaking plot revolves around the recovery of a precious artifact #

Mark Pesce Outside the Light-Cone

22/12/2004 @ 18:24 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Mark Pesce Outside the Light-Cone

The Mod Gods, dedicated to those modifying the DS for all

22/12/2004 @ 18:21 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : The Mod Gods, dedicated to those modifying the DS for all

Chronomium

22/12/2004 @ 18:18 UTC

Rod Begbie : Chronomium - GPL'ed Linux LiveCD containing ClamAV, allowing you to boot up and virusclean a PC without starting Windows. [via#

Rockstar Classics - Free Downloads

22/12/2004 @ 18:14 UTC

Rod Begbie : Rockstar Classics - Free Downloads - Download GTA and GTA2 for free. I remember playing GTA with my brand spankin' new 3DFX card. Truly a ground-breaking game [via#

joshua : Rockstar Classics - Free Downloads - gta 1 and 2 inc network play

Tell us about your balls, Pete

22/12/2004 @ 18:11 UTC

Rod Begbie : Tell us about your balls, Pete - The whole Schweddy Balls skit from SNL. #

deusx : Tell us about your balls, Pete (Jeremy Zawodny's blog) - Schwetty balls. Yum.

CutePDF - Create PDF for free

22/12/2004 @ 18:08 UTC

Rod Begbie : CutePDF - Create PDF for free - Handy free PDF faux-printer for Windows. #

Monkey Donkey Gift Guide

22/12/2004 @ 18:04 UTC

Andy Baio : Monkey Donkey Gift Guide - web lunacy with Google image search and speech synthesis [via]  [via]

pb's Radio Dials photographs

22/12/2004 @ 18:01 UTC

Andy Baio : pb's Radio Dials photographs - this one has an insane UI [via]  [via]

Richard Dawkins on the alleged marriage between religion and science

22/12/2004 @ 17:58 UTC

jkottke : Richard Dawkins on the alleged marriage between religion and science - "We are all atheists about most of the gods that humanity has ever believed in. Some of us just go one god further."

There are four types of parkers at the mall

22/12/2004 @ 17:55 UTC

jkottke : There are four types of parkers at the mall - I am a hybrid parker: a one pass at the front row "search and destroyer" and then a "see it and take it". (Comment on this)

war.315.gif (GIF Image, 634x173 pixels)

22/12/2004 @ 17:01 UTC

deusx : war.315.gif (GIF Image, 634x173 pixels) - "Doesn't it get old, wishing for the same thing every Christmas?"

LaughingMeme: RSS Bandwidth Strategies

22/12/2004 @ 16:58 UTC

deusx : LaughingMeme: RSS Bandwidth Strategies - "Much concern, hand wringing and advice on RSS bandwidth issues lately."

Shop

22/12/2004 @ 16:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Shop - Gina on xmas acquisition.

500 down, 3061 to go

22/12/2004 @ 14:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : 500 down, 3061 to go - "Thing is, it's reading the unrelated stuff, the fun stuff, that is important". [via#

Elements vs. attributes

22/12/2004 @ 13:27 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Elements vs. attributes - I prefer elements because you can add all kinds of data inside them #

Isofarro : Elements vs. attributes - pros and cons of each approach

Giving JavaScript Due Credit

22/12/2004 @ 13:24 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Giving JavaScript Due Credit - I still need to buy that book! #

Dear Santa

22/12/2004 @ 13:20 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Dear Santa - Lol #

XML Inclusions (XInclude) Version 1.0

22/12/2004 @ 13:17 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : XML Inclusions (XInclude) Version 1.0 - It has a test suite! #

firefox reaches 12 million downloads

22/12/2004 @ 13:14 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : firefox reaches 12 million downloads - The download rate is rising again #

Don?t Care About Market Share

22/12/2004 @ 13:11 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Don?t Care About Market Share - I don't really buy that emphazed part, if you visit a site and you can't view it, are you going to visit it again? #

Isofarro : Eric Meyer: Don't care about market share - 'Anyone who uses those access statistics to make decisions for their own work is a fool, and a misinformed fool at that.'

In Silence, Reverent

22/12/2004 @ 13:08 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : In Silence, Reverent - He has done some nice work! #

When Can We Hide From IE5/Win?

22/12/2004 @ 13:05 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : When Can We Hide From IE5/Win? - I need to support it (except for this site, which doesn't support any browser), not sure about usage numbers #

What's wrong with the term "Open Source"

22/12/2004 @ 13:02 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : What's wrong with the term "Open Source" - Not sure if I get it completely, I'll read it again when the links are working #

Cross-Column Pull-Outs

22/12/2004 @ 12:58 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Cross-Column Pull-Outs - Can somebody enlighten me on the reason they use DEL?! That's completely wrong. Besides, if you want to hide text, you have to 'line-height:0' stuff too. #

Every exit

22/12/2004 @ 12:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Every exit - Hmm, I remember having read that before #

In vogue

22/12/2004 @ 10:58 UTC

Richard Rutter : In vogue - Striking monochrome image (filed under Photography).

A "cultural critic" blogs about blogging

22/12/2004 @ 10:55 UTC

Richard MacManus : A "cultural critic" blogs about blogging - Kottke, Boing Boing and Instapundit are among the online diaries critiqued. And oh I say, I get a link too! (look under "wuffie")

What's the deal with the number 11 in The Life Aquatic?

22/12/2004 @ 08:55 UTC

jkottke : What's the deal with the number 11 in The Life Aquatic?

A demo of Interactive Activation and Competition" neural networks, built with Processing

22/12/2004 @ 07:55 UTC

jkottke : A demo of Interactive Activation and Competition" neural networks, built with Processing

More kayak trip

22/12/2004 @ 07:04 UTC

Nelson Minar : More kayak trip - This is nuts!

Rebooting from Within a Batch File

22/12/2004 @ 07:01 UTC

Steve Cook : Rebooting from Within a Batch File - The blackest of MS-DOS magic.

Campaign of deception used to push patriotic song up charts - Sunday, 12/19/04

22/12/2004 @ 06:58 UTC

deusx : Campaign of deception used to push patriotic song up charts - Sunday, 12/19/04 - First their PCs are infected to send spam, now their minds are infected.

the safety dance in code

22/12/2004 @ 06:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : the safety dance in code - the safety dance in code: heh, i wonder if they erased this yet

Rod Begbie : A Picture Share! on Flickr - Pseudocode safetydance. [via#

2200 mile kayak trip

22/12/2004 @ 06:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : 2200 mile kayak trip - California to Hawaii (via Ask MetaFilter)

The Graphing Calculator Story

22/12/2004 @ 05:58 UTC

deusx : The Graphing Calculator Story - "My electronic badge still opened Apple's doors, so I just kept showing up."

Andy Baio : Background of the Apple Graphing Calculator - sneaking onto Apple's campus for six months of unpaid work in hiding [via]  [via]

jkottke : The Graphing Calculator Story - "I was frustrated by all the wasted effort, so I decided to uncancel my small part of the project. I had been paid to do a job, and I wanted to finish it. My electronic badge still opened Apple's doors, so I just kept showing up."

Manuzhai : The Graphing Calculator Story - OSNews described it as Guerilla Software Development. A wonderful story.

Jeremy Zawodny : The Graphing Calculator Story - The Graphing Calculator Story: you must read this

Eric Meyer : The Graphing Calculator Story - I remember when I first saw Graphing Ccalculator as part of an official Apple demo of the PowerPC at CWRU, and it did indeed blow me away. That was the same demo that included a joke about the 'Pentium Weber Grill' attachment, I believe.

Milo Vermeulen : The Graphing Calculator Story

First Nintendo DS ROM successfully dumped

22/12/2004 @ 05:55 UTC

Andy Baio : First Nintendo DS ROM successfully dumped - Darkfader posted the file listing for Metroid Prime: Hunters

dealmeida.net : en/Programming/Python/a_subversion-based_weblog.html

22/12/2004 @ 04:55 UTC

deusx : dealmeida.net : en/Programming/Python/a_subversion-based_weblog.html - "Basically what I want is a very simple weblog where posts are stored in a subversion repository, each entry stored in a text file."

Massive list of substantial non-infringing uses of P2P technology

22/12/2004 @ 03:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Massive list of substantial non-infringing uses of P2P technology - an attempt to support the defense in MGM v. Grokster [via]  [via]

Mark Pesce on the future of BitTorrent

22/12/2004 @ 03:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Mark Pesce on the future of BitTorrent - "Hey, Hollywood! Can you feel the future slipping through your fingers?" [via]  [via]

Pegasus News, a "Journalism 2.0" company getting a lot of buzz, comments on how they'll use RSS

22/12/2004 @ 03:04 UTC

Richard MacManus : Pegasus News, a "Journalism 2.0" company getting a lot of buzz, comments on how they'll use RSS - "...our feeds will lead you to our stuff and other outlets, both MSM [Mainstream Media] and blog."

Google Suggest Poetry Generator

22/12/2004 @ 03:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Google Suggest Poetry Generator - here's how it works [via]  [via]

Rex Sorgatz' Blogs of the Year

22/12/2004 @ 02:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Rex Sorgatz' Blogs of the Year - holy crap! I made the top five

WFMU's On the Download

22/12/2004 @ 02:55 UTC

Andy Baio : WFMU's On the Download - monthly collection of oddball recordings published in the station's newsletter [via]  [via]

Podcasting audio with Skype

22/12/2004 @ 01:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Podcasting audio with Skype - co-workers could record Skype conference calls and subscribe to the MP3s [via]  [via]

QDB: Quote #429313

22/12/2004 @ 01:04 UTC

deusx : QDB: Quote #429313 - Reverse Jesus

Name the @ sign

22/12/2004 @ 01:01 UTC

plasticbag : Name the @ sign - I think the name should reflect name and function, ideally. 'peralpha' would be a bit of a bastardisation of 'surrounding an a', but I prefer diangle or diasper which should be something related to the greek verb 'to circulate'...

Rands on tool cruft

22/12/2004 @ 00:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Rands on tool cruft - are you using obsolete tools just because they're comfortable?

Final release of Dolphin, the best Gamecube emulator

22/12/2004 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Final release of Dolphin, the best Gamecube emulator - the screenshots are stunning; Paper Mario 2, Animal Crossing, Zelda Four Swords, and more

The Role of RSS in Science Publishing

22/12/2004 @ 00:17 UTC

Philippe Janvier : The Role of RSS in Science Publishing - Une vision forcément très scientifique des fils de syndication. [via#

Boing Boing: "Long Tail" from Chris Anderson to become book, blog

22/12/2004 @ 00:14 UTC

Richard MacManus : Boing Boing: "Long Tail" from Chris Anderson to become book, blog - Says Chris: "I should be turning in the manuscript next fall for a spring 2006 release." I've subscribed to the blog too. [via] [via]

What the hell does being gay have to do with getting a job?

22/12/2004 @ 00:10 UTC

plasticbag : What the hell does being gay have to do with getting a job? - So here we go - some bloke on a website decides to give me a hard time for mentioning that I'm gay on a mock-up of a business card. As usual the crime is forcing my sexuality down his throat. Get. A. Job.

Kerry (gay) and Mike (not gay) go to Hooters

22/12/2004 @ 00:07 UTC

plasticbag : Kerry (gay) and Mike (not gay) go to Hooters - This naturally begs the question of, "why would a gay man suggest a place like Hooters?" Well you can ask him yourself if you like, but my guess is that he wanted to see if the world would explode when we stepped foot through the door.

Oldie but goodie - images glued together to create an endless trippy experience of travelling thr...

22/12/2004 @ 00:04 UTC

plasticbag : Oldie but goodie - images glued together to create an endless trippy experience of travelling through imagery - Totally stunning and involving and connected to some stuff I'm indirectly involved in at work at the moment.

Exquisite Corpse

22/12/2004 @ 00:01 UTC

plasticbag : Exquisite Corpse - Another blast-from-the-past with the Exquisite Corpse project where people submitted slice-like sections of imagery to produce composite beautiful art projects...

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