ESUVEE

2/02/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

doug : ESUVEE - Clever, nicely designed flash site. Maybe they should also be talking about dangers to the environment this creature creates. (via whatdoiknow.org/enjoying)

james brown on fresh air today

2/02/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

cobra libre : james brown on fresh air today - as long as it's not as horrifying as the gene simmons interview, it'll be a success #

Dave argues against combining feeds

2/02/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Dave argues against combining feeds - or: why you'll never find daily links or Flickr photos in my main feed

Ethan Marcotte : Information Aversion - Keep your feeds as distinct as possible. Please. You're hurting America.

ricmac : mezzoblue on spliced content/links/photos RSS feeds (via eaxy) - I can only but add: me too! Quote: "I'd much prefer low volume and high signal, to frequent updates with content I don?t really care about."

Philippe Janvier : Information Aversion - "Combined feeds annoy me". [via#

One Bag (all about packing, luggage, and travelling light)

2/02/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : One Bag (all about packing, luggage, and travelling light)

street scams of Barcelona

2/02/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : street scams of Barcelona

Many-to-Many: Tags run amok!

2/02/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Many-to-Many: Tags run amok! - Social software is stuff that gets spammed

Reason: Ayn Rand at 100

2/02/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

deusx : Reason: Ayn Rand at 100 - "Loved, hated, and always controversial, the best-selling author of The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged is more relevant than ever."

How to Fold a Shirt

2/02/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : How to Fold a Shirt - Impressionant :) [via#

Linkorama : How to Fold a Shirt - Okay, I hadn't seen it yet, sorry

UweBoll.com

2/02/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : UweBoll.com - some context [via]  [via]

Brando, Caan, Duvall appear in new Godfather game

2/02/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Brando, Caan, Duvall appear in new Godfather game - Brando recorded the voiceover last year

milov.nl/tags/ - quick experiment

2/02/2005 @ 18:57 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : milov.nl/tags/ - quick experiment

Paul Hammond : http://milov.nl/tags/ - a quick experiment

IKEA

2/02/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

kaninka.net : IKEA

1411

2/02/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

kaninka.net : 1411

ITworld.com - Wall, Escher and Berners Lee: An eternal golden braid

2/02/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

deusx : ITworld.com - Wall, Escher and Berners Lee: An eternal golden braid - "Anyone seeking budget approval from their boss to build yet another HTML templating system or HTML generating framework should be forced to stare at Escher's famous Drawing Hands print until the urge goes away."

Nesting elements to convey importance

2/02/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

doug : Nesting elements to convey importance - 15 nested em?s alone around the tag ?Diary?? ouch? Tantek addresses the issues with Technorati?s tags page.

Dan Cederholm : Technorati's weighted tags - Tantek on bettering Technorati's weighted tag list markup. Interesting stuff to think about.

Anne van Kesteren : Joe Clark is right - Nested EM elements it is. Sounds exactly like my final paragraph. #

Paul Hammond : Tantek's Thoughts - Joe Clark is right - The closest element I could find in HTML to represent greater "weight" or "importance" was <em>

a screenshot of my 2002 5K contest entry Reflection appears in a Dutch book on Website Usability

2/02/2005 @ 17:56 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : a screenshot of my 2002 5K contest entry Reflection appears in a Dutch book on Website Usability - a screenshot of my 2002 5K contest entry Reflection appears in a Dutch book on Website Usability [via] [via]

XUL, la partie visible du framework Mozilla (XPFE)

2/02/2005 @ 17:56 UTC

Tristan Rivoallan : XUL, la partie visible du framework Mozilla (XPFE) - more XUL hype :)

How to: the bag-packing edition : Lifehacker

2/02/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

jimray : How to: the bag-packing edition : Lifehacker

philgyford : How to: the bag-packing edition : Lifehacker - Links to guides on packing bags and backpacks, and living out of a single bag.

studying animal behavior to predict the weather

2/02/2005 @ 16:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : studying animal behavior to predict the weather

Nintendo rips off Terminator.

2/02/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

deusx : Nintendo rips off Terminator. - Old... Well, more like Konami... Metal Gear vs Terminator

CSS Bugs in IE5.x Mac

2/02/2005 @ 11:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : CSS Bugs in IE5.x Mac - Today I was working on a website that needs to be compatible with this annoying browser; it kind a works now. #

common

2/02/2005 @ 11:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : common - Does that guy ever sleep? [via#

Dave Massy Talks Internet Explorer

2/02/2005 @ 11:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Dave Massy Talks Internet Explorer - I need to read this #

JavaScript Triggers and more

2/02/2005 @ 11:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : JavaScript Triggers and more - Another ALA double issue #

Google is an ICANN-Accredited Registrar

2/02/2005 @ 11:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Google is an ICANN-Accredited Registrar - It is, /google and you will find it. #

IE content-type logic

2/02/2005 @ 11:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : IE content-type logic - I hope someone will blog about the fact that IE developers try to find solutions for this kind of problems in private, instead of discussing it on some mailing list. If not, I might do it eventually. #

Paul Hammond : IE content-type logic - Before reaching any conclusions here, let's dig just a little bit deeper

MSN Gets Religion

2/02/2005 @ 11:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : MSN Gets Religion - You don't have to get it if you slap a XHTML DOCTYPE at the top of your document and try to conform to it. Actually, you might not even come close to "getting it". #

Who?s Searching

2/02/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Who?s Searching - I would certainly be interested in that! #

Opera for Macintosh: Not exactly magnum

2/02/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Opera for Macintosh: Not exactly magnum - Nice write-up! I hope the Opera folk will respond. #

Ethan Marcotte : Opera for Macintosh: Not exactly magnum - I know it's a few days old, but I just had to post it--kept saying "A-goddamn-men" after each paragraph.

FCC Universal Licensing System (ULS)

2/02/2005 @ 09:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : FCC Universal Licensing System (ULS) - FCC Universal Licensing System (ULS): were to find your call sign and other license info

FCC: Services: Amateur Radio Service

2/02/2005 @ 09:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : FCC: Services: Amateur Radio Service - FCC: Services: Amateur Radio Service: all the FCC's info about HAM Radio

Garage Cinema Research Group

2/02/2005 @ 09:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Garage Cinema Research Group - Garage Cinema Research Group: Garage Cinema is doing cutting edge research in media metadata, context-aware mobile media applications, automated media capture, automatic media editing, and the social uses of personal media.

awstats.pl exploit

2/02/2005 @ 09:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : awstats.pl exploit - awstats.pl exploit: grr

Ace's Hardware browser share numbers

2/02/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Ace's Hardware browser share numbers - Ace's Hardware browser share numbers: impressive

B&H Photo-Video

2/02/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : B&H Photo-Video - B&H Photo-Video: they sell camera accessories and such

Attack of the Yahoos!

2/02/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Attack of the Yahoos! - Attack of the Yahoos!: how could I not link to this nut?

phil ringnalda dot com: Saying just enough

2/02/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : phil ringnalda dot com: Saying just enough - every so often, could you haul out an old-school weblog post, where it's a link and maybe two sentences, that don't assume I'll absolutely follow every single link you post?

A Whole Lotta Nothing: Stinky links

2/02/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : A Whole Lotta Nothing: Stinky links - After five years of doing this, I never thought I'd be reduced to handfuls of interesting links sprinkled with a dab of jokey commentary

sfgate.com profile of Ypulse.com blogger Anastasia Goodstein

2/02/2005 @ 07:58 UTC

ricmac : sfgate.com profile of Ypulse.com blogger Anastasia Goodstein - Anastasia's niche is marketing for Y Gen; she's just scored a book deal and a job at Al Gore's company

MSN search's retarded copyright policy for RSS feeds

2/02/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Andy Baio : MSN search's retarded copyright policy for RSS feeds - you can't use them anywhere but in a personal RSS reader

jimray : MSN Search has ridiculous copyright rules for their RSS format - Well, it was a cool idea while it lasted

Open Source is Worldchanging

2/02/2005 @ 06:02 UTC

kellan : Open Source is Worldchanging - Its important to understand open source as an important philosophical seachange and not a software development strategy #

Burnham's Beat speculates on a Google vs Yahoo "blog war" (via Susan Mernit)

2/02/2005 @ 05:58 UTC

ricmac : Burnham's Beat speculates on a Google vs Yahoo "blog war" (via Susan Mernit) - Says SixApart and Feedburner are prime acquisition targets: "...they will either enhance control over the distribution channel or they will reduce its costs by enabling "blog-barter" transactions"

Burnham's Beat: Saving RSS: Why Meta-feeds will triumph over Tags

2/02/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

ricmac : Burnham's Beat: Saving RSS: Why Meta-feeds will triumph over Tags - Interesting. "Meta-feeds are RSS feeds comprised solely of metadata about other feeds."

Marine survives 9 bombs

2/02/2005 @ 04:14 UTC

Eric Meyer : Marine survives 9 bombs - My reactions to this story were varied and conflicted, to be honest. An amazing run of luck, though.

4 Sept. 1967: U.S. Encouraged By Vietnam Vote; Officials Cite 83% Turnout Despite Vietcong Terror

2/02/2005 @ 04:11 UTC

Eric Meyer : 4 Sept. 1967: U.S. Encouraged By Vietnam Vote; Officials Cite 83% Turnout Despite Vietcong Terror - Suddenly, I feel a lot less optimistic, and a lot more queasy. [via Ferrett] [via]

Validating a Custom DTD

2/02/2005 @ 04:08 UTC

Eric Meyer : Validating a Custom DTD - Awesome. I'm glad someone's finally written this up.

Wayne Burkett : Validating a Custom DTD: A List Apart #

mediageek: Repeat After Me: "Podcasting is NOT Pirate Radio"

2/02/2005 @ 04:05 UTC

kellan : mediageek: Repeat After Me: "Podcasting is NOT Pirate Radio" - Not discourage anyone ;) #

Google AdSense salesman spamming bloggers

2/02/2005 @ 04:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Google AdSense salesman spamming bloggers - with wonderful partner program opportunities!

Del.icio.us top gatherers of the month

2/02/2005 @ 03:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Del.icio.us top gatherers of the month - wonderful analysis of who posts the most interesting links before anyone else

Wayne Burkett : del.icio.us top gatherers of the month - "Now you can actually use these lists to work out who spots the most interesting items first." Check it out; I'm on the list. Cool! #

Matthew M. Boedicker : del.icio.us top original posters of cool links

plasticbag : Delicious Gatherers of the Month - The people who have spotted new links first, in order of how many links they've spotted.

Bad review roundup of "Alone in the Dark"

2/02/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Bad review roundup of "Alone in the Dark" - "even Pong: The Movie would have been better"

Action figure hostage

2/02/2005 @ 02:27 UTC

Nelson Minar : Action figure hostage - Pathos (via Mark)

North Korea collapse?

2/02/2005 @ 02:23 UTC

Nelson Minar : North Korea collapse? - Hints that things are falling apart (via Metafilter)

Russell Beattie compares blog posts to music singles (riffing on a theme I've been exploring over...

2/02/2005 @ 02:20 UTC

ricmac : Russell Beattie compares blog posts to music singles (riffing on a theme I've been exploring over past few months) - "...online content is becoming a series of single serving content bits, sent around and filtered in a variety of ways. "

mini Tower

2/02/2005 @ 02:17 UTC

Simon Willison : mini Tower - Here come the accessories. (via) [via]

digitalmedia.oreilly.com

2/02/2005 @ 02:14 UTC

Simon Willison : digitalmedia.oreilly.com - I hadn't seen this one before.

Build Your Own PVR (for free) with HackTV

2/02/2005 @ 02:10 UTC

Simon Willison : Build Your Own PVR (for free) with HackTV - You also need a digital camcorder with a video pass-through option. (via) [via]

Apple restricting DVD region-changes -- voluntarily!

2/02/2005 @ 02:07 UTC

Simon Willison : Apple restricting DVD region-changes -- voluntarily! - As a UK owner of a US PowerBook I ended up having to hack my firmware.

Installing OS X on a PC

2/02/2005 @ 02:04 UTC

Simon Willison : Installing OS X on a PC - Using the open source PearPC emulator. (via) [via]

New Blog Gets Big Bucks; Popular Blog Goes on Hiatus;

2/02/2005 @ 02:01 UTC

Simon Willison : New Blog Gets Big Bucks; Popular Blog Goes on Hiatus; - Crikey: Sony are sponsoring that new LifeHacker blog to the tune of $25,000 a month!

The BBC's new complaints site launches. Roll up, roll up.

2/02/2005 @ 01:58 UTC

Simon Willison : The BBC's new complaints site launches. Roll up, roll up. - "It seems we live in an age when technology amplifies our strength of our voices but not always the quality of what we say."

Introducing the Panic Goods store!

2/02/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Introducing the Panic Goods store! - Some background details.

Very impressive Javacript/DOM store front.

2/02/2005 @ 01:05 UTC

kellan : Very impressive Javacript/DOM store front. - Re-creates the Mac dock in pure HTML/Javascript. #

Simon Willison : PanicGoods - Slick interface, but bad accessibility (no fallback if JavaScript is disabled). (via) [via]

Dan Cederholm : PanicGoods - Cool t-shirts from a cool software company. Check out the drag n' drop interface.

Rod Begbie : PanicGoods - Nice T-Shirts For The Panic Family. - Beautifully-designed web-store selling beautifully-designed shirts. Make sure and try dragging an item *out* of your cart. [via#

jkottke : Panic has a great drag and drop shopping cart

deusx : PanicGoods - Nice T-Shirts For The Panic Family. - Very, very cool DHTML/JavaScript shopping cart implementation. Drag & Drop!

Richard Rutter : Drag and drop shopping cart - Very cool from Panic (filed under DOM | JavaScript). [via Adactio]

jonhicks : New Panic Katamari T Shirts - Gorgeous designs, and from previous experience, best quality shirts I've ever bought.

Apple on G5 PowerBook: Not so fast

2/02/2005 @ 01:01 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Apple on G5 PowerBook: Not so fast

adaptive path » making a better cms

2/02/2005 @ 00:58 UTC

bmilleare : adaptive path » making a better cms

Isofarro : Jeffrey Veen: Making A Better CMS - 'Set constraints for yourself as you design this experience: 10 minutes from download to running, never send a user to the command line, never force them to open a text editor.'

Microsoft plan to call EU version of Windows something like: Windows XP - dorky EU edition for lo...

2/02/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

plasticbag : Microsoft plan to call EU version of Windows something like: Windows XP - dorky EU edition for losers and whiny people... - I may have made that up a bit, but only a bit.

NYT Book Review: Europe vs. America as model for late stage capitalism

2/02/2005 @ 00:05 UTC

kellan : NYT Book Review: Europe vs. America as model for late stage capitalism - Time to start planning for the collapse. #

MSN Search: spam like it's 1999

2/02/2005 @ 00:01 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : MSN Search: spam like it's 1999

Anne van Kesteren : MSN Search: spam like it's 1999 - Nothing is bug-free. #

Simon Willison : MSN Search: spam like it's 1999 - Phil spots some nasty holes in their ranking algorithms.

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