Choose Python

20/01/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Charles Miller : Choose Python - Aftermarket Pipes: Choose Python. A Python advocacy poster for people that already code Python?

Veruca Salt Website - Official Home

20/01/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

deusx : Veruca Salt Website - Official Home

Nina Gordon

20/01/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

deusx : Nina Gordon - Ex-member of Veruca Salt

This Highway Adoped By the Ku Klux Klan

20/01/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

kellan : This Highway Adoped By the Ku Klux Klan - We should get Hamas to adopt a highway, they at least run legitimate charitable organizations #

CNN.com - Cheney blames 'miscalculation' for slow Iraq recovery - Jan 20, 2005

20/01/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

deusx : CNN.com - Cheney blames 'miscalculation' for slow Iraq recovery - Jan 20, 2005 - "...because he didn't realize the lasting devastation wrought by Saddam Hussein on his people after the first Gulf War." In other words, blame Saddam, blame the Iraqi people, blame anyone but us!

Some how it feels more like protesting because we feel we need to

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

kellan : Some how it feels more like protesting because we feel we need to - ...rather than acting out of hope for a better world. (Early days of a better nations it ain't) #

DC3 Cafe

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : DC3 Cafe - I forgot to get a photo of this in NZ; glad Gen did!

Dan Gillmor on Grassroots Journalism, Etc.: The End of Objectivity (Version 0.9)

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

cameron : Dan Gillmor on Grassroots Journalism, Etc.: The End of Objectivity (Version 0.9) - Replacing objectivity in journalism

BikerFox

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

cameron : BikerFox - check out his hot email address

My First Mine: Q-Fletch

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

cameron : My First Mine: Q-Fletch - q-tip / fletch mashup

Maeda's SIMPLICITY: RSS Isn't Simple

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

cameron : Maeda's SIMPLICITY: RSS Isn't Simple - John Maeda on RSS's overengineerdness (just wait til he sees atom)

Flip Flap

20/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

cameron : Flip Flap - Toy/plant/friend

Election 2004 video

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Election 2004 video - Nice edit agitprop (via Metafilter)

Europe darts

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Europe darts - Cute geography quiz (via Metafilter)

Dubai air golf

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Dubai air golf - Nice photos (via Metafilter)

Skype protocol

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Skype protocol - Nice analysis, including details of NAT traversal (via Slashdot)

Martian meteorite

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Martian meteorite - On Mars

Amazon Web Services Blog: Amazon DevCon - Rael Dornfest - Rules for Remixing

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

deusx : Amazon Web Services Blog: Amazon DevCon - Rael Dornfest - Rules for Remixing - "Turns out there is no magic inside, and that by opening it you make the magic happen; this is sometimes more interesting than the box itself."

Read/Write Web: Remixing and Speculation on The Future of RSS

20/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

deusx : Read/Write Web: Remixing and Speculation on The Future of RSS - "...in the not too distant future, more people will subscribe to topic/tag/remix feeds than feeds of actual people. Is that a scary thought?"

Paul Hammond : Read/Write Web: Remixing and Speculation on The Future of RSS - in the not too distant future, more people will subscribe to topic/tag/remix feeds than feeds of actual people

Accessibility From The Ground Up

20/01/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

doug : Accessibility From The Ground Up - Matt May writes a good, comprehensive overview on the basics of web accessibility.

Isofarro : Accessibility From The Ground Up - 'Use no words at all to describe spacers. It sounds like a funny request, until you’ve heard a dozen sites repeating 'this image is for visual layout only' a hundred or so times.'

Kayode Okeyode : Accessibility From The Ground Up: A Primer for the Web designer

Philippe Janvier : Accessibility From The Ground Up - "It's official. Cascading style sheets are good—especially when they're used". [via#

Jonathan and Victoria

20/01/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : Jonathan and Victoria - The worst couple of all time on reality TV has a web site! Awesome!

About Victoria

20/01/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : About Victoria - She's posed for Playboy, and she's an artist!

Jonathan's business

20/01/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : Jonathan's business - Who would think such an awful aggressive nasty man would peddle new age spa crap?

Justin Foster signs up for free trade magazines

20/01/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Justin Foster signs up for free trade magazines - you, too, can get free subscriptions to Pig International, Aqua, Firehouse, and Tissue World

Minipops: Famous people drawn really small

20/01/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Minipops: Famous people drawn really small - A book by Craig Robinson. I must get this.

Let no fellow nofollow, lest we all lie fallow

20/01/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : Let no fellow nofollow, lest we all lie fallow - "ust as email spam to me is a dull throb in the background mashed by layers of bayesian widgets, but to my AOL using mother-in-law is a show-stopping internet-repelling turn-off-the-machine torrent, forcing comment spammers to cast a wider net will cause [via#

Paul Hammond : Let no fellow nofollow, lest we all lie fallow from Ben Hammersley's Dangerous Precedent - I'm deeply mystified by the hallelujahs bursting forth about Google's rel="nofollow" method of preventing comment spam

Kayode Okeyode : Let no fellow nofollow, lest we all lie fallow

Wired News: Patients Put on Thinking Caps

20/01/2005 @ 16:56 UTC

deusx : Wired News: Patients Put on Thinking Caps - "Any geek worthy of the moniker has dreamed of connecting his or her brain directly to a computer for blissful freedom from keyboard and mouse."

The Haddock Family Tree

20/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

plasticbag : The Haddock Family Tree - Interesting life and development of a mailing list this one. You can see me spring parthenogenically into the mix in 2001...

Spandexman.com - Super Hero Unitards

20/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

plasticbag : Spandexman.com - Super Hero Unitards - Contains an intensely scary number of grown men wearing super-hero style lycra body suits - some of which come with zips from from crotch to butt

Ars Thanea

20/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Ars Thanea - Lovely lookin' studio site. And with free lounge music--how could you go wrong?

FEMA designs post-tsunami clean-up game. For kids.

20/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : FEMA designs post-tsunami clean-up game. For kids. - As a friend of mine said, welcome to Fiesta del Tasteless.

Dutch Bloggies 2005 - Vote!

20/01/2005 @ 15:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Dutch Bloggies 2005 - Vote! - Vote now! In the "Beste techblog" category. [via#

Printing XML: Why CSS Is Better than XSL

20/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Printing XML: Why CSS Is Better than XSL - Cool stuff! Worth a read. #

Philippe Janvier : Printing XML : Why CSS Is Better than XSL - De bonnes raisons pour utiliser CSS pour imprimer XML. [via#

Glossary of Terms Firefox Extension

20/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Glossary of Terms Firefox Extension - Sounds cool #

Is rel = "nofollow" really as !important as that?

20/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Is rel = "nofollow" really as !important as that? - More nofollow. #

Kayode Okeyode : Is rel = "nofollow" really as !important as that? - Is rel = "nofollow" really as !important as that?

What Do Tags Mean?

20/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

Isofarro : What Do Tags Mean? - Tim Bray on ways to implement technorati tags using link and dc:subject

Anne van Kesteren : What Do Tags Mean? - Mumbling on metadata #

OUP: The Oxford Companion to the Mind (2/e): Gregory

20/01/2005 @ 15:54 UTC

deusx : OUP: The Oxford Companion to the Mind (2/e): Gregory - "900 articles on every aspect of the brain and consciousness and over 300 contributors from the world's leading scholars"

vowe dot net :: The tough life of sysadmins or practical application of prayers in IT

20/01/2005 @ 15:54 UTC

deusx : vowe dot net :: The tough life of sysadmins or practical application of prayers in IT - Very funny

Rough Guide to RSS 1.1

20/01/2005 @ 15:54 UTC

deusx : Rough Guide to RSS 1.1 - "RSS 1.1 is the independent project of three RSS 1.0 users who, tired of the deficiencies of that format, decided to create a more architecturally solid format based upon it."

The Internet Stock Blog: Five Internet danger signs to watch for in 2005

20/01/2005 @ 15:53 UTC

ricmac : The Internet Stock Blog: Five Internet danger signs to watch for in 2005 - David predicts CNET and Yahoo!'s business are at risk from "niche, category-killing, advertising-supported Web sites that get high placement in algorithmic search engine results and, once discovered, attract repeat-readers."

The Internet Stock Blog: TheStreet.com says it's for sale, but will there be any takers?

20/01/2005 @ 15:53 UTC

ricmac : The Internet Stock Blog: TheStreet.com says it's for sale, but will there be any takers? - "...this site [Internet Stock Blog] provides better coverage and analysis of Internet stocks than CBS MarketWatch or TheStreet.com precisely because it is more focused."

My rough notes on Jeff Bezos' Web 2.0 Conference speech, 2004 (txt file)

20/01/2005 @ 15:53 UTC

ricmac : My rough notes on Jeff Bezos' Web 2.0 Conference speech, 2004 (txt file) - From IT Conversations recording: http://www.itconversations.com/shows/detail297.html

Dojo Toolkit: Open Source browser UI toolkit

20/01/2005 @ 15:53 UTC

ricmac : Dojo Toolkit: Open Source browser UI toolkit - What a fantastic idea! "Dojo is an Open Source effort by an invited set of contributors to create a UI toolkit that allows a larger number of web application authors to easily use the rich capabilities of modern browsers."

Lucas Gonze likes the sound of Dojo

20/01/2005 @ 15:53 UTC

ricmac : Lucas Gonze likes the sound of Dojo - "After spending my entire 20-year career on Unix servers, I expect a big chunk of my work to migrate into the browser. It's a disruption on the scale of Unix."

Thoughtful post by Jeff Jarvis about "financially interested blogging."

20/01/2005 @ 15:52 UTC

ricmac : Thoughtful post by Jeff Jarvis about "financially interested blogging." - He's talking specifically about the Howard Dean blog situation, but it can be applied to the Marqui Experiment.

Mark Fletcher's haiku interpretation of Feedburner's RSS Aggregator stats

20/01/2005 @ 15:52 UTC

ricmac : Mark Fletcher's haiku interpretation of Feedburner's RSS Aggregator stats - "discussion of share, many interesting data points -- growth accelerates"

Long Tail Thoughts from Chris Anderson

20/01/2005 @ 15:52 UTC

ricmac : Long Tail Thoughts from Chris Anderson - In the "elsewhere" column: "'expert' blogs quickly rise to the top as the system quickly recognizes their quality". Also Jakob Nielsen comments "...when you go out the tail, being specialized and targeted is what drives value".

Sifry's Alerts: Oct 2004 State of the blogosphere: Big Media vs. Blogs

20/01/2005 @ 15:52 UTC

ricmac : Sifry's Alerts: Oct 2004 State of the blogosphere: Big Media vs. Blogs - "...a large number of people are getting news, information, and opinion from outside of the mainstream media, and that these sources are rivaling or exceeding the attention paid to smaller ?professional? sites." (via Long Tail Blog)

Discover Magazine (Steven Johnson) article about making money from blogging about your passions -...

20/01/2005 @ 15:52 UTC

ricmac : Discover Magazine (Steven Johnson) article about making money from blogging about your passions - profiles Matt Haughey's Tivo blog - "...in the long run, creating financial rewards for solo publishers is a healthy development for the Web ecosystem."

the big blog company: blog or die for companies?

20/01/2005 @ 15:51 UTC

ricmac : the big blog company: blog or die for companies? - "...the most revolutionary aspect of blogging seems to me its ability to offer an alternative, not as easy, sleek and packaged, but far more effective and far more affordable, than traditional marketing."

Ars Technica names WordPress as its Web app of the year

20/01/2005 @ 15:51 UTC

ricmac : Ars Technica names WordPress as its Web app of the year - "WordPress is the most prominent rising star of weblog software, completely free and with a large and active community." (via Alex Moskalyuk)

BlogKits BlogMatch Network

20/01/2005 @ 15:51 UTC

ricmac : BlogKits BlogMatch Network - "The BlogKits BlogMatchTM Network is an opportunity for anyone who owns a blog to be matched with businesses, marketers and/or advertisers looking to partner with niche-filled, content specific, quality blogs."

Netimperative - Sold! Blogs give way to marketers

20/01/2005 @ 15:51 UTC

ricmac : Netimperative - Sold! Blogs give way to marketers - Interesting write-up of "adverblogging" and other blog sponsorship news

The Internet Stock Blog: Yahoo to acquire Six Apart?

20/01/2005 @ 15:51 UTC

ricmac : The Internet Stock Blog: Yahoo to acquire Six Apart? - "So, as these companies [Google, Yahoo, MS] assemble the complete bundle of integrated personal Web tools, the social networking sites will be acquired, del.icio.us will be acquired, and... Six Apart will be acquired."

John Battelle speculates about Google AdSense upgrades

20/01/2005 @ 15:50 UTC

ricmac : John Battelle speculates about Google AdSense upgrades - I like this idea: "opening up the network to let developers build mini-networks of endemically related sites."

Business Logs: LinkedIn and Social Working

20/01/2005 @ 15:50 UTC

ricmac : Business Logs: LinkedIn and Social Working - LinkedIn getting some buzz for its job-hunting capabilities. Must check out.

Crossroads Dispatches: Business Blogging At Critical Crossroads

20/01/2005 @ 15:50 UTC

ricmac : Crossroads Dispatches: Business Blogging At Critical Crossroads - "This is the time to make sure that corporate blogs are as participatory, open-sourcey, transparent, human and conversational as we'd dream of them to be."

Picasa 2: Upgrade to Google's free photo editing software

20/01/2005 @ 15:50 UTC

ricmac : Picasa 2: Upgrade to Google's free photo editing software - Hey, the editing interface has an "I'm feeling lucky" button!

monkey methods: 5 Reasons Why Feedster and Technorati will Die

20/01/2005 @ 15:49 UTC

ricmac : monkey methods: 5 Reasons Why Feedster and Technorati will Die - Scott Rafer in the comments: "We believe that RSS will change both Internet search and paid-search dramatically and in a way that Feedster can use to thrive independently."

Feedster's business model

20/01/2005 @ 15:49 UTC

ricmac : Feedster's business model - "Feedster's business model is based on revenue streams from paid search, ads, content licensing, lead generation and sponsorships."

Ross Mayfield: Winning the Wiki War

20/01/2005 @ 15:49 UTC

ricmac : Ross Mayfield: Winning the Wiki War - "Socialtext chose to base its applications on top of the open source kwiki because its simply good business."

Deep Green Crystals: Initial thoughts on Web 2.0

20/01/2005 @ 15:49 UTC

ricmac : Deep Green Crystals: Initial thoughts on Web 2.0 - From Web 2.0 conference. "The next generation of web applications will leverage the shared infrastructure of the web 1.0 companies like EBay, Paypal, Google, Amazon, and Yahoo, not just the "bare bones transit" infrastructure that was there when we starte

The World 2 Come: Overview of Web 2.0 Conference in October 04

20/01/2005 @ 15:49 UTC

ricmac : The World 2 Come: Overview of Web 2.0 Conference in October 04 - "The conference will debut with the theme of 'The Web as Platform,' exploring how the Web has developed into a robust platform for innovation across many media and devices - from mobile to television, telephone to search."

Anil Dash: Accountability and Culture in a Loosely Coupled World

20/01/2005 @ 15:48 UTC

ricmac : Anil Dash: Accountability and Culture in a Loosely Coupled World - Anil Dash talks about content being taken out of context when aggregated, and other things. Interesting comment by Tom Coates about "decontextualisation will be met by other tools to recontextualise".

The Robot Co-op: Fun with tags

20/01/2005 @ 15:48 UTC

ricmac : The Robot Co-op: Fun with tags - "We also added RSS feeds on each tag page so anyone out there can keep track of which goals are tagged by a particular word."

Joshua Porter on del.icio.us

20/01/2005 @ 15:48 UTC

ricmac : Joshua Porter on del.icio.us - NB: see Joshua's 'related reading' use for del.icio.us, plus Bud's system for pinging Technorati. Quote from Joshua: "This is the power of folksonomies. Personal tagging, behavioral aggregating, serendipitous discovery."

Real-time notes from the Amazon Developers Conference at the Amazon Web Services Blog

20/01/2005 @ 15:48 UTC

ricmac : Real-time notes from the Amazon Developers Conference at the Amazon Web Services Blog - Thanks to Greg Linden for pointing this out!

Jeremy Zawodny : Amazon Web Services Blog - Amazon Web Services Blog: they AWS team blog

bmilleare : Amazon Web Services Blog

Kayode Okeyode : Amazon Web Services has a blog

Jason Calacanis: 'Take note BzzAgents and Canter droids: The ethical chickens are coming home to ...

20/01/2005 @ 15:48 UTC

ricmac : Jason Calacanis: 'Take note BzzAgents and Canter droids: The ethical chickens are coming home to roost' - Obviously I don't agree with Jason on this, but I'm linking to it a) because it's the best blog title I've seen all year; and b) I want a job at a company like Jason's (I just need to get all those ethical chickens off my back)

Getters/Setters/Fuxors

20/01/2005 @ 15:48 UTC

Simon Willison : Getters/Setters/Fuxors - The oddly titled definitive guide to getters and setters in Python.

online.effbot.org: an iterative xml-rpc decoder

20/01/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

deusx : online.effbot.org: an iterative xml-rpc decoder - "the above implements an almost complete XML-RPC decoder ... that's 3 to 4 times faster than the 170-line version in Python's xmlrpclib library"

Ascription is an Anathema to any Enthusiasm - No Follow

20/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Ascription is an Anathema to any Enthusiasm - No Follow - The rel="nofollow" solution adds weight to the model that the search engines don't particularly care about the content of your pages, that in end it's who you know, not what you know that counts

The perils of using XHTML properly | 456 Berea Street

20/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : The perils of using XHTML properly | 456 Berea Street - Challenging, but not impossible

Kayode Okeyode : The perils of using XHTML properly

philgyford : The perils of using XHTML properly | 456 Berea Street - Things to watch out for when doing stuff in XHTML.

Nelson Minar : Perils of using XHTML - Boy this is complicated. Can someone write "advantages of using XHTML"? I'm skeptical.

Philippe Janvier : The perils of using XHTML properly - "...plenty of seemingly small issues that can make life difficult when you start using real XHTML" [via#

NYT journalist's followup on two girls he freed from Cambodian sex trade

20/01/2005 @ 07:04 UTC

Andy Baio : NYT journalist's followup on two girls he freed from Cambodian sex trade - he purchased them for $450 in 2003, turning journalism into activism [via]  [via]

mp3Blog Toplist

20/01/2005 @ 07:01 UTC

Andy Baio : mp3Blog Toplist - gauging popularity by multiplying Del.icio.us users by Technorati inbound links

jimray : HubLog: mp3blog TopList - Most used mp3 blogs

Image: Sega's next football game

20/01/2005 @ 06:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Image: Sega's next football game - with EA's monopoly on NFL or ESPN rights, Sega doesn't have much left [via]  [via]

Girls, they like to eat the sandwiches

20/01/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

jkottke : Girls, they like to eat the sandwiches

Implementing GTD with vim, remind, and grep

20/01/2005 @ 06:07 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Implementing GTD with vim, remind, and grep - Implementing GTD with vim, remind, and grep: hm, that's one way to do it

TVO: The Vim Outliner

20/01/2005 @ 06:04 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : TVO: The Vim Outliner - TVO: The Vim Outliner: if you want to outline in vim, check this out

Geocities 1996

20/01/2005 @ 06:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Geocities 1996 - the best CSS Zen Garden theme ever [via]  [via]

ricmac : css Zen Garden, via Geocities 1996 - I agree with waxy, this is a classic. I suppose it proves I'm a nerd for laughing out loud at this. :-)

Milo Vermeulen : css Zen Garden, 1996 Geocities style - css Zen Garden, 1996 Geocities style [via]

PubSub tracking over 8 million blogs/feeds

20/01/2005 @ 05:58 UTC

Andy Baio : PubSub tracking over 8 million blogs/feeds - wow, that easily trumps Technorati's 6.2 million blogs [via]  [via]

cameron : PubSub Tracking - pubsub passes the 8 million mark

Ourmedia launching this weekend

20/01/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Ourmedia launching this weekend - platform for free hosting of personal video content, partnered with Archive.org [via]  [via]

HistoryHound

20/01/2005 @ 05:00 UTC

Jason Shellen : HistoryHound - That dogs eyes just aren't right, but I'll give their sofware a try regardless. [via JJG.net] #

Get Back To Work

20/01/2005 @ 04:09 UTC

Jason Shellen : Get Back To Work - Crack the whip on yourself. Perhaps the TaDa list could integrate this too? [via 43 Folders] #

Stríð drepur

20/01/2005 @ 04:04 UTC

kaninka.net : Stríð drepur

Heimilislaus bloggari

20/01/2005 @ 04:01 UTC

kaninka.net : Heimilislaus bloggari - í viðtali.

CNN.com - Poll: Nation split on Bush as uniter or divider - Jan 19, 2005

20/01/2005 @ 03:58 UTC

deusx : CNN.com - Poll: Nation split on Bush as uniter or divider - Jan 19, 2005 - Heh, heh. We're divided on the issue of whether Bush is a divider.

Jeremy Zawodny : Nation split on Bush as uniter or divider - Nation split on Bush as uniter or divider: uh, great headline guys

CNN.com - Bush: Better human intelligence needed - Jan 18, 2005

20/01/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

deusx : CNN.com - Bush: Better human intelligence needed - Jan 18, 2005 - "President admits U.S. image problem in Muslim world" I'm also glad that he clarified that the "somebody" who needs spying on is "the enemy".

art is the stored honey of the human soul

20/01/2005 @ 02:31 UTC

cobra libre : art is the stored honey of the human soul - my great-grandfather was a beekeeper [via#

The Daily Express on Firefox. Ish.

20/01/2005 @ 02:20 UTC

Simon Willison : The Daily Express on Firefox. Ish. - Amusing example of inaccuracy in mainstream media.

PostgreSQL 8.0.0 Released

20/01/2005 @ 02:17 UTC

Simon Willison : PostgreSQL 8.0.0 Released - Includes a native Win32 port for the first time!

Kayode Okeyode : PostgreSQL 8.0.0 Released With New Windows Port

PostgreSQL: What's New in 8.0

20/01/2005 @ 02:14 UTC

Simon Willison : PostgreSQL: What's New in 8.0 - Win32 server, savepoints, tablespaces, plperl and more.

IBM to Free Java - Next Week?

20/01/2005 @ 02:10 UTC

Simon Willison : IBM to Free Java - Next Week? - The question mark means it's a rumour.

Interviewing at Google

20/01/2005 @ 02:07 UTC

Simon Willison : Interviewing at Google - An insight in to the Google interviewing process.

bmilleare : Pyre: Interviewing at Google

Sparklines for representing Wikipedia activity

20/01/2005 @ 02:04 UTC

Andy Baio : Sparklines for representing Wikipedia activity - a brilliant idea they should try to reproduce as soon as possible [via]  [via]

Simon Willison : Wikipedia: Shirky / (Tufte x Wattenburg) = ? - Sparklines for Wikipedia: an outstanding idea.

cameron : Wikipedia: Shirky / (Tufte x Wattenburg) = ? - Sparklines for wiki editing history

plasticbag : Matt Jones proposes using Tufte-esque sparklines to expose editing histories on Wikipedia - The assumption being that a clued-up individual would be able to make determinations about the data based upon how controversial or active its editing history appears to have been...

GreaseMonkeyUserScripts

20/01/2005 @ 02:01 UTC

Simon Willison : GreaseMonkeyUserScripts - There are quite a few already.

Andy Baio : GreaseMonkey user scripts - for use with the GreaseMonkey Firefox extension to rewrite websites to your whim

Philippe Janvier : GreaseMonkeyUserScripts - "...a list of all the user scripts...". [via#

cobra libre : greasemonkey script archive [via#

the plural of iPod Shuffle

20/01/2005 @ 01:58 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : the plural of iPod Shuffle - the plural of iPod Shuffle: it's iPod Shuffles, according to Apple

Image: One does not simply walk into Mortor

20/01/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Image: One does not simply walk into Mortor - mirrored locally

Ta-da List: Simple sharable to-do lists.

20/01/2005 @ 01:24 UTC

Jason Shellen : Ta-da List: Simple sharable to-do lists. - They also do private lists. Nice work 37signals! #

Donald Rumsfeld Must Resign

20/01/2005 @ 01:21 UTC

Jason Shellen : Donald Rumsfeld Must Resign - An appropriate response to NO WWDs FOUND. Short of actually leaving Iraq of course. #

Flibbertigibbet and Purre

20/01/2005 @ 01:18 UTC

kellan : Flibbertigibbet and Purre - An Undiscovered Pun from King Lear? #

replacing ^M characters in emacs

20/01/2005 @ 01:14 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : replacing ^M characters in emacs

Cold in Washington

20/01/2005 @ 01:11 UTC

Charles Miller : Cold in Washington - Chris reports Washington weather from an Australian's point of view.

The Webmail Wars

20/01/2005 @ 01:08 UTC

Charles Miller : The Webmail Wars - The Webmail Wars. "Actually, Gmail's business model suits Hotmail and Yahoo Mail even more than it suits Gmail."

Zophar NES music

20/01/2005 @ 01:05 UTC

Nelson Minar : Zophar NES music - Archive of ripped NES game soundtracks

WinAmp/NES plugin

20/01/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Nelson Minar : WinAmp/NES plugin - NotSo Fatso plays the NSF music files from NES carts

The Yahoo! Solution - The RSS Blog

20/01/2005 @ 00:58 UTC

deusx : The Yahoo! Solution - The RSS Blog - Includes C# code to handle the MIME type from clicked-on feed links

PLAN Pervasive and Locative Arts Network

20/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

plasticbag : PLAN Pervasive and Locative Arts Network - First Workshop of the Pervasive and Locative Arts Network - looks interesting - I shall probably be there...

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