Michael Gartenberg on Apple release of Mac Mini and other products

11/01/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

ricmac : Michael Gartenberg on Apple release of Mac Mini and other products - "The big news is Apple is pushing into the mass market with high end products at rock bottom prices. This is an interesting time for them and it's likely that this plan will lead to much greater market share."

Sheet music for Super Mario Brothers' songs

11/01/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

jkottke : Sheet music for Super Mario Brothers' songs

Matthew M. Boedicker : sheet music for Super Mario Brothers 1

.08 inches a year

11/01/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : .08 inches a year - That's how fast the sea is rising

Real pictures of the Mac mini

11/01/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Dan Cederholm : Real pictures of the Mac mini - Love the new red case that Apple is going with this year.

A guide to ripping and encoding music

11/01/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : A guide to ripping and encoding music - A guide to ripping and encoding music: good stuff from Ars

Joe Clark calls bullshit on Six Apart

11/01/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Joe Clark calls bullshit on Six Apart - A really informative indictment of major blogging apps' accessibility. Seriously worth a read-through.

Isofarro : Time to call bullshit on Six Apart - Blogging tools called on their lack of accessibility as Authoring Tools

Anne van Kesteren : Time to call bullshit on Six Apart - "It?s not a mainstream issue and I doubt you?ll care about it, but then again, you?re probably not seriously disabled and only a minority of you are all that interested in using a mere blogging tool to produce accessible content." #

Wayne Burkett : Joe Clark: Time to call bullshit on Six Apart - For not making an effort to comply with the W3C's "Authoring Tools Accessibility Guidelines." #

Xcelis: Unlimited cellular calls for $10 a month

11/01/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Steve Cook : Xcelis: Unlimited cellular calls for $10 a month - It's based on gaming free cellular-to-cellular pricing plans by putting a VOIP gateway on one end. Nifty, and sure to be shut down.

The Words of Albert Spamus

11/01/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Andy Baio : The Words of Albert Spamus - spam poetry for the ages

Montage-a-google

11/01/2005 @ 21:10 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Montage-a-google - Montage-a-google: cool tool that uses google image search

Video: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians on Archive.org

11/01/2005 @ 21:07 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: Santa Claus Conquers the Martians on Archive.org - also: most popular feature films for download on Archive.org [via]  [via]

New iPod Shuffle, the Flash-based iPod

11/01/2005 @ 21:04 UTC

Andy Baio : New iPod Shuffle, the Flash-based iPod - really tiny, no screen, weighs under an ounce; $99 for 512MB, $149 for 1GB; shipping today; photo

jkottke : MacMerc is blogging MacWorld live - So far, iWork (Keynote + word processor), new iLife apps, Mac mini ($500-600), iPod Shuffle (small, simple mp3 player, 1 oz., 512 Mb for $99).

Photo of the new Mac mini

11/01/2005 @ 21:01 UTC

jkottke : Photo of the new Mac mini

iPod shuffle, official homepage

11/01/2005 @ 20:58 UTC

Andy Baio : iPod shuffle, official homepage - "do not eat iPod shuffle"

jkottke : The iPod shuffle

Nelson Minar : iPod shuffle - $99 Flash iPod

Simon Willison : iPod shuffle - Smaller than a pack of gum.

bmilleare : Apple - iPod shuffle

plasticbag : Oooh. Shiny. Apple have just announced they're selling lots of multicoloured versions of the iPod Shuffle - I mean, I know I'll link to anything that Apple do, but still. Pretty. I wonder if I need another iPod.

Mac mini, official homepage

11/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Mac mini, official homepage - do not taunt Mac mini

jkottke : The Mac mini

Rod Begbie : Apple - Mac mini - Gorgeous. You can stick yer iPod Shuffles. *This* was the most important Apple announcement today. #

Nelson Minar : Mac mini - $499, tiny, quiet

Simon Willison : Mac mini - Small, cheap, pretty.

bmilleare : Apple - Mac mini

Kayode Okeyode : Introducing Mac mini

etymology of squarepusher (is James Joyce)

11/01/2005 @ 20:02 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : etymology of squarepusher (is James Joyce)

lmfao! (numanuma)

11/01/2005 @ 19:58 UTC

bmilleare : lmfao! (numanuma)

Rodeo in Salem gets unexpected song rendition

11/01/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Rodeo in Salem gets unexpected song rendition - Ali G strikes again [via]  [via]

Clear-and-Pithy (Snyder)

11/01/2005 @ 19:02 UTC

Eric Meyer : Clear-and-Pithy (Snyder) - Many of the runners-up are better than the winner, which seems to have claimed the top spot by sheer force of repetition.

Sushi Disk

11/01/2005 @ 18:59 UTC

Eric Meyer : Sushi Disk - I'd love to own one, except using it would just make me hungry. [via Meryl] [via]

jew-heyya

11/01/2005 @ 18:59 UTC

Eric Meyer : jew-heyya - What's not to like? Okay, maybe the animation itself... but nevertheless, it makes with the funny.

e-commerce Hall of Shame

11/01/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Eric Meyer : e-commerce Hall of Shame - Or, how NOT to build brand loyalty and consumer confidence.

TowerSeek

11/01/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : TowerSeek - a prototype BitTorrent search crawler, with estimated speeds and file listings [via]  [via]

Star Wars Videogame

11/01/2005 @ 18:52 UTC

Eric Meyer : Star Wars Videogame - Oh. My. God.

Atomic tomatoes are not the only fruit

11/01/2005 @ 18:49 UTC

Eric Meyer : Atomic tomatoes are not the only fruit - Bad science that's so very good it makes my teeth ache. Maybe I can find a dubious herbal remedy for that.

copper

11/01/2005 @ 18:46 UTC

Eric Meyer : copper - Beautiful, dreamlike, often moving.

Geek History through T-Shirts

11/01/2005 @ 18:43 UTC

Eric Meyer : Geek History through T-Shirts - Personally, I can't wait for them to start assembling timelines. I should contribute a few myself; I have some (relatively) rare ones in my collection. [via Ferrett] [via]

One man's retirement math: Social Security wins

11/01/2005 @ 18:40 UTC

Eric Meyer : One man's retirement math: Social Security wins - Don't tell me-- this is just 'fuzzy math', right?

Yes I am a PikaHolic and Proud of It...

11/01/2005 @ 18:36 UTC

Eric Meyer : Yes I am a PikaHolic and Proud of It... - This says something about the poster. I'm still trying to decide exactly what. [via Matt] [via]

Web Application Designer / Developer @ Established Dot Com

11/01/2005 @ 18:33 UTC

Eric Meyer : Web Application Designer / Developer @ Established Dot Com - I've become a job requirement. That's just... cool.

Ubiquitous Nitot

11/01/2005 @ 18:30 UTC

Eric Meyer : Ubiquitous Nitot - Ain't it the truth.

Think like Gramsci, talk like Debs

11/01/2005 @ 18:27 UTC

kellan : Think like Gramsci, talk like Debs - Ken MacLeod on 'framing', and a left/progressive real politick #

Victrola baristas tip out to the Red Cross

11/01/2005 @ 18:24 UTC

kellan : Victrola baristas tip out to the Red Cross - Good work #

Call girl chatter

11/01/2005 @ 18:20 UTC

Nelson Minar : Call girl chatter - Guestbook chat between employees of a call girl service. (via BoingBoing)

The Face Transformer!

11/01/2005 @ 18:17 UTC

Rod Begbie : The Face Transformer! - Fizzog messer-around-wither. Upload your mugshot and chimpify yourself. Ace! [via#

obituary for odb

11/01/2005 @ 18:14 UTC

cobra libre : obituary for odb - belatedly found #

@media 2005: Web Standards & Accessibility

11/01/2005 @ 18:11 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : @media 2005: Web Standards & Accessibility - Cool! Who will pay my ticket? #

Richard Rutter : @media 2005 - Web standards conference in London feat. Zeldman, Budd et al (filed under Web standards).

Isofarro : @media 2005 - London web standards and accessibility conference - 9th and 10th June. Seriously excellent list of speakers and sessions

Paul Hammond : @media 2005: Web Standards & Accessibility - the web design event of the year

plasticbag : @media 2005 on Web Standards and Accessibility to be held in London in June - "It's the web design event of the year. The @media 2005 conference brings together the biggest names from around the world to talk about the hottest topics in web design - web standards and accessibility."

Building the web OS - by John Zeratsky

11/01/2005 @ 18:08 UTC

deusx : Building the web OS - by John Zeratsky - "Have no doubt, 2005 will be a great year for web applications."

www.AndrewSullivan.com - Daily Dish

11/01/2005 @ 18:04 UTC

deusx : www.AndrewSullivan.com - Daily Dish - "South Park is the only show I know smart enough to defend being a total slut while wanting to keep it from being broadcast to children."

pike speak: Gay Marriage: One Conservative's Reasoned and Moral Argument "For"

11/01/2005 @ 18:01 UTC

deusx : pike speak: Gay Marriage: One Conservative's Reasoned and Moral Argument "For"

ISAN (International Standard Audiovisual Number)

11/01/2005 @ 17:58 UTC

plasticbag : ISAN (International Standard Audiovisual Number) - "The ISAN identifies works, not publications or broadcasts. The ISAN remains the same for an audiovisual work regardless of the various formats in which the work is distributed (e.g. DVD, video recording) or the uses to which it is put."

An analysis of BitTorrent distribution and centralization

11/01/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Andy Baio : An analysis of BitTorrent distribution and centralization - the long tail is very long; 87% of trackers have less than 100 torrents

Jeremy Zawodny : Is BitTorrent Dead? - Is BitTorrent Dead?: hardly

jimray : How dead is BitTorrent? - Not very, apparently [via /.]

The Corpus Hermeticum

11/01/2005 @ 16:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : The Corpus Hermeticum

local hikes near Boston

11/01/2005 @ 16:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : local hikes near Boston

Waterstone's throws book at blogger

11/01/2005 @ 16:57 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Waterstone's throws book at blogger - Another blogger sacked because of his blog

US Supreme Court declines to hear case challenging Florida's ban on adoption by homosexuals

11/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : US Supreme Court declines to hear case challenging Florida's ban on adoption by homosexuals - Good to know that the whole "civil rights" thing is alive and well. Bah.

Virtual Stan

11/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Virtual Stan - He laughs, he sings, he's goddamned hilarious.

Mouseposé

11/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Mouseposé - Cool mouse highlighting tool. Aimed at presentations, but could be a handy where-the-fsck-is-my-fscking-cursor app as well.

joshua : Mouseposé - show off the position of your mouse

the best SSIDs you have seen

11/01/2005 @ 15:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : the best SSIDs you have seen

RSS frá CNN

11/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

kaninka.net : RSS frá CNN

How the Mac was born, and other tales

11/01/2005 @ 14:56 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : How the Mac was born, and other tales

Motorola Previews iTunes Phone

11/01/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

deusx : Motorola Previews iTunes Phone - "You'll know we hit 2.0 when the Internet is no longer visible ? and the PC is a peripheral"

Airclick remote control for your stereo-connected iPod, via Mr Webb

11/01/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

plasticbag : Airclick remote control for your stereo-connected iPod, via Mr Webb - "AirClick USB is a remote for Mac and PC computers. The receiver module attaches to any available USB port (including hubs) and receives signal from up to 60 feet away."

North Korea's equivalent of Big Brother is entitled "Let us trim our hair in accordance with Soci...

11/01/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

plasticbag : North Korea's equivalent of Big Brother is entitled "Let us trim our hair in accordance with Socialist lifestyle" - The BBC doesn't really have that many equivalents any more, but the rest of the UK media really does - How Clean is Your House? Too Posh to Wash?

My first ever post to Usenet, back in June 1995

11/01/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

plasticbag : My first ever post to Usenet, back in June 1995 - This is back when I was trying to plough my way through a doctorate in Classics, before I threw it all away and ran off to the big city to make beautiful web things

Most Common Browser Bugs

11/01/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Isofarro : Most Common Browser Bugs - IE box model, double float margin, 3 pixel jog

Verizon's E-Mail Embargo Enrages

11/01/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Verizon's E-Mail Embargo Enrages - A U.S. firm blocking entire European zones, while most of the spam originates from the U.S. Oh the irony!

Andy Baio : Verizon blocking e-mail from the UK - as an ISP, Verizon has a responsibility not to have any false positives [via]  [via]

Apple pages for IT pros

11/01/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Apple pages for IT pros - Apple.com gets serious about professional IT users

First Apple rumour - EVER

11/01/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : First Apple rumour - EVER - Some things never change. [via#

François Nonnenmacher : First Apple rumour - EVER - Anyone want to expand on the "MacIntosh" rumor, that there will be a stripped down Lisa built for home use (or at the least be cheaper)?

An open source Google - without the ads

11/01/2005 @ 12:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : An open source Google - without the ads - Is it legal, asks The Register

IBM frees 500 software patents

11/01/2005 @ 12:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : IBM frees 500 software patents - IBM will continue to hold the 500 patents but it has pledged to seek no royalties from the patents (and will continue to amass new patents)

Flash iPod ? exclusive details

11/01/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Flash iPod ? exclusive details - Panic at the Apple stand at Macworld Expo when one of the covered Apple banners was briefly exposed to other exhibitors

He looks like...

11/01/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : He looks like... - The morbid game of sychoanalysing strangers in pictures

2005 Color Forecast

11/01/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : 2005 Color Forecast - From Adam Polselli. Purples, browns, desaturateds and trippies (filed under Design thinking).

Paul Hammond : Adam Polselli's 2005 Color Forecast - a prediction, not a definition, of the year that follows

Ensk og venjuleg gára kelling óskast

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Ensk og venjuleg gára kelling óskast

Styrkir úr Æskulýðssjóði

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Styrkir úr Æskulýðssjóði

Sleggjan maður ársins á suf.is

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Sleggjan maður ársins á suf.is - Viðtal og hljóðskrá.

Kaffi Hljómalind

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Kaffi Hljómalind

Peningar... pappír eða plast?

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Peningar... pappír eða plast?

Nomadic Surfer Searches for 'The Spot' in Mexico

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Nomadic Surfer Searches for 'The Spot' in Mexico

MobileRead Networks - Bill Gates -- Supports Strong Intellectual Rights Laws

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

ricmac : MobileRead Networks - Bill Gates -- Supports Strong Intellectual Rights Laws - like this comment: "The publishers make more than the artists. I would rather buy my music digitally straight from the artist."

Jeffrey Veen: If it works for them...

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Jeffrey Veen: If it works for them... - Subtlety: The presentation of this feature so simple and unobtrusive

decaffeinated archives :: White and spacious

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : decaffeinated archives :: White and spacious - he CSS white-space property needs a new value to complement normal, pre, and nowrap

Many-to-Many: folksonomies controlled vocabularies

11/01/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Many-to-Many: folksonomies controlled vocabularies - The advantage of folksonomies isn't that they're better than controlled vocabularies, it's that they're better than nothing

Starck with Oregon Scientific

11/01/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

philgyford : Starck with Oregon Scientific - If they included a DAB radio, instead of AM/FM, I'd be positively drooling.

Overtaking MapQuest a Challenge for Yahoo

11/01/2005 @ 07:58 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Overtaking MapQuest a Challenge for Yahoo - Overtaking MapQuest a Challenge for Yahoo: the struggle to be #1 in on-line maps

The Unicorns break up

11/01/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Andy Baio : The Unicorns break up - looks like Mclusky broke up, too

The Century Building: 1892 - 2004

11/01/2005 @ 07:11 UTC

Steve Cook : The Century Building: 1892 - 2004 - They paved paradise and put up a parking lot.

Yahoo! Desktop Search Beta

11/01/2005 @ 07:07 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Yahoo! Desktop Search Beta - Yahoo! Desktop Search Beta: the search blog says it's up, and it is

Open-source database gets backing

11/01/2005 @ 07:04 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Open-source database gets backing - Open-source database gets backing: commercial postgresql support

bmilleare : PostgreSQL gets backing

blinkx download for mac os x

11/01/2005 @ 07:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : blinkx download for mac os x - blinkx download for mac os x: they beat apple to the punch

Yahoo! Desktop Search Beta

11/01/2005 @ 06:58 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Yahoo! Desktop Search Beta - Yahoo! Desktop Search Beta: come and get it

Kayode Okeyode : Yahoo! Desktop Search

eBay: Sub Pop Singles Club

11/01/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Andy Baio : eBay: Sub Pop Singles Club - over 125 records; the complete collection, worth seeing just for historical value [via]  [via]

Hypertemporality is an online net art exhibit

11/01/2005 @ 06:04 UTC

jkottke : Hypertemporality is an online net art exhibit - Peter Baldes' Hypertemps is my favorite.

Malcolm Gladwell and James Surowiecki are discussing their latest books on Slate this week

11/01/2005 @ 06:01 UTC

jkottke : Malcolm Gladwell and James Surowiecki are discussing their latest books on Slate this week

The Library of Congress has made tons of maps from the US Civil War available online

11/01/2005 @ 05:58 UTC

jkottke : The Library of Congress has made tons of maps from the US Civil War available online

100 things we didn't know this time last year

11/01/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

jkottke : 100 things we didn't know this time last year - "Brussels sprouts have three times as much vitamin C as oranges".

Questionable Content #270: Cheap Humor

11/01/2005 @ 05:01 UTC

deusx : Questionable Content #270: Cheap Humor - "Final Fantasy 2 is not worth a case of robot ebola."

God Fails to Break His Own Record for Killing: Tsunami: Oriental for "God's Wrath"

11/01/2005 @ 04:58 UTC

deusx : God Fails to Break His Own Record for Killing: Tsunami: Oriental for "God's Wrath" - "Not since the time of Noah has God used water so effectively to harass sinners and wreak havoc upon those who don't flatter Him with sufficient regularity."

Google Groups : net.micro : Commodore 64 - A New Computer

11/01/2005 @ 04:55 UTC

deusx : Google Groups : net.micro : Commodore 64 - A New Computer - First mention of C64 on Usetnet, courtesy of Google Groups

Kayne West and the Limits of Aporia

11/01/2005 @ 04:36 UTC

Steve Cook : Kayne West and the Limits of Aporia - I'm not even saying it's wrong. It's just amusing as hell.

God's Hooks!

11/01/2005 @ 04:33 UTC

Steve Cook : God's Hooks! - A Howard Waldrop classic about the one that got away.

Bill Fleckenstein: Is the Fed a Short Sale?

11/01/2005 @ 04:30 UTC

Steve Cook : Bill Fleckenstein: Is the Fed a Short Sale? - "I guess a fair alternative title for my talk could be: 'An Indictment of Alan Greenspan and What to Do About It.'"

The bad science of Michael Crichton's new book

11/01/2005 @ 04:26 UTC

Steve Cook : The bad science of Michael Crichton's new book - It's like Socialist Realism for TechCentralStation readers. (via Crooked Timber)

"The combination of self-pity and self-regard in 'Sideways' makes it a 'Cathy' comic strip f...

11/01/2005 @ 04:23 UTC

Steve Cook : "The combination of self-pity and self-regard in 'Sideways' makes it a 'Cathy' comic strip for middle-aged men." - Meow! A lot of weird aggresive nutsiness in Slate's year-end movie club, but that's the best one-sentence critique I've read all year.

Comic Book Politics

11/01/2005 @ 04:20 UTC

Steve Cook : Comic Book Politics - Like the name says. A companion weblog to a college class. (via Unqualified Offerings)

Girl, 10, used geography lesson to save lives

11/01/2005 @ 04:17 UTC

Steve Cook : Girl, 10, used geography lesson to save lives - Next: Using high-school trig to save a family from a burning building.

Three-quarters of Americans have prayed for tsunami victims; less than half have given money.

11/01/2005 @ 04:14 UTC

Steve Cook : Three-quarters of Americans have prayed for tsunami victims; less than half have given money. - Prayer is fine. A sawbuck to Doctors without Borders or the Red Cross is better, but what's a little Luke 6:38 between friends?

"Losing the War" by Lee Sandlin

11/01/2005 @ 04:11 UTC

Steve Cook : "Losing the War" by Lee Sandlin - "It was as though the earth itself had shifted, and all the detritus of an empire had washed ashore." Among the very best things I've ever read about the Second World War. (via MetaFilter)

Puzzlesolver: Solutions to mechanical puzzles

11/01/2005 @ 04:07 UTC

Steve Cook : Puzzlesolver: Solutions to mechanical puzzles - If you'll go absolutely insane if you can't figure out how to balance six nails on one, go here.

The Robert Heinlein Interview and Other Heinleiniana, by J. Neil Schulman

11/01/2005 @ 04:04 UTC

Steve Cook : The Robert Heinlein Interview and Other Heinleiniana, by J. Neil Schulman - Given how cripplingly insane the other things by Schulman I've seen floating around the internet are (most notably a few MST3K-ed by Adam Cadre), I can only assume that this is the best book ever.

A New Interpretation of Information Rate

11/01/2005 @ 04:01 UTC

Steve Cook : A New Interpretation of Information Rate - A 1956 Bell Labs paper tying the problem of gambler's ruin to information theory, via received information on a noisy channnel. (PDF)

In the Hall of the Mountain Kings

11/01/2005 @ 03:58 UTC

Steve Cook : In the Hall of the Mountain Kings - "One little man's journey into sumo wrestling." (via Alex Golub)

Comcast to launch IM with video

11/01/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Comcast to launch IM with video - Comcast to launch IM with video: and who will care?

Recent Changes

11/01/2005 @ 03:08 UTC

deusx : Recent Changes - Holy crap. This is the best Recent Changes page I've seen a long, long while. (Oh yeah, and it is the Original Wiki, after all.)

GateWorld - Stargate SG-1 Episode Transcripts: 'The Torment of Tantalus'

11/01/2005 @ 03:05 UTC

deusx : GateWorld - Stargate SG-1 Episode Transcripts: 'The Torment of Tantalus' - "No prize is worth attaining if you can never share it, there would be no point. Believe me, I know." Brilliant.

Face Transformer Java applet

11/01/2005 @ 03:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Face Transformer Java applet - excellent and bizarre algorithmic morphing

plasticbag : Face transformer - I can't believe I didn't bookmark this at the time - upload your photograph, and then you can feminise it, make it look older or younger or of a different race, etc...

Ming's page of Googleable webcams

11/01/2005 @ 02:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Ming's page of Googleable webcams - he performed geo-lookups of the IP addresses, and made a nice UI for browsing [via]  [via]

kaninka.net : Webcams

Audio: Inside look at NPR's audio editing practices

11/01/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Audio: Inside look at NPR's audio editing practices - removing "um" and "uh," ambient audio, and off-site interviews [via]  [via]

New York Times Planning A Subscription Fee?

11/01/2005 @ 00:58 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : New York Times Planning A Subscription Fee?

When Personal iPods Become Business Tools...

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : When Personal iPods Become Business Tools...

MS AntiSpyware vs Ad-Aware vs SpyBot

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : MS AntiSpyware vs Ad-Aware vs SpyBot

View your desktop as a list

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : View your desktop as a list

SiteDigger 2.0 searches Google's cache to look for vulnerabilities, errors, configuration issues,...

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : SiteDigger 2.0 searches Google's cache to look for vulnerabilities, errors, configuration issues, proprietary information, and interesting security nuggets on web sites - SiteDigger 2.0 searches Google's cache to look for vulnerabilities, errors, configuration issues, proprietary information, and interesting security nuggets on web sites

Windows Media Player: WMP mini FAQ

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Windows Media Player: WMP mini FAQ

Microsoft's Red Menace

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Microsoft's Red Menace - Microsoft's Red Menace

Windows XP Professional x64 Edition RC1 tested

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Windows XP Professional x64 Edition RC1 tested

Web Applications - The Wave Of The Future

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Web Applications - The Wave Of The Future

ricmac : Pieces Of Rakesh: Web Applications - The Wave Of The Future - "The use of JavaScript and the DOM is probably the single most important factor that has made these apps possible."

Navigation blindness: How to deal with the fact that people tend to ignore navigation tools

11/01/2005 @ 00:57 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Navigation blindness: How to deal with the fact that people tend to ignore navigation tools

Paul Hammond : GUUUI - Navigation blindness - people tend to ignore navigation tools

Turning a list into a navigation bar

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Turning a list into a navigation bar

Mozilla/Firefox File Download Dialog Spoofing Vulnerability

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Mozilla/Firefox File Download Dialog Spoofing Vulnerability

High-Risk Flaws Flagged in IE, Mozilla

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : High-Risk Flaws Flagged in IE, Mozilla

Is Microsoft Violating the Gator EULA?

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Is Microsoft Violating the Gator EULA?

Microsoft's Anti-Spyware Conflicts Of Interest

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : Microsoft's Anti-Spyware Conflicts Of Interest - Microsoft's Anti-Spyware Conflicts Of Interest

McAfee automates Google hacking

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Kayode Okeyode : McAfee automates Google hacking

Paranoidfish.org/notes/ : Subverting my weblog

11/01/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

philgyford : Paranoidfish.org/notes/ : Subverting my weblog - Putting your home directory into Subversion (for keeping revisions of all the changes you make to files).

Change This: Beginner's Guide to Business Blogging (pdf)

11/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

ricmac : Change This: Beginner's Guide to Business Blogging (pdf) - Free download until 25 jan 05

BBC Internet Services - Service Information

11/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

ricmac : BBC Internet Services - Service Information - Take a purve at the BBC network set-up (via Slashdot)

Think Secret's top Macworld Expo rumors

11/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Think Secret's top Macworld Expo rumors - even Cringely thinks the sub-$500 Mac is going to happen [via]  [via]

Feedburner's list of the top 20 RSS readers

11/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Feedburner's list of the top 20 RSS readers - may be skewed by default feeds that ship with readers [via]  [via]

François Nonnenmacher : RSS Market Share - If I believe these figures, the Mac users are amazingly more aware of RSS than Windows users!

Second Life's changing culture

11/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Second Life's changing culture - the shift from innovation to 200 strip clubs

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