Dunglish.nl - Where Dutch and English collide

9/03/2005 @ 23:57 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : Dunglish.nl - Where Dutch and English collide

The Triumph of Socialized Medicine - Right here in the USA

9/03/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

Eric Meyer : The Triumph of Socialized Medicine - Right here in the USA - I'd never thought of it this way before, but... yeah. [via Rafe] [via]

Start.com

9/03/2005 @ 23:56 UTC

jimray : Start.com - Microsoft does Bloglines, but with search. Win/IE only (duh)

MercuryNews: Where are they now?

9/03/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

ricmac : MercuryNews: Where are they now? - Love this quote from Webby Awards founder Tiffany Shlain: "No one can say the Web hasn't changed the way they are living and working.''

Notes on How Buildings Learn, Introduction [Tesugen]

9/03/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Notes on How Buildings Learn, Introduction [Tesugen] - What software development needs is to stop imitating the illusion of what brick-and-mortar architecture is

Bill de hÓra: Programmers' block

9/03/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Bill de hÓra: Programmers' block - Here's what I don't always like about high level languages: there is nothing to do except solve the problem

kayodeok : Programmers' block - "Here's what I don't always like about high level languages: there is nothing to do except solve the problem"

Unphotographable: "a text account of pictures missed"

9/03/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

jkottke : Unphotographable: "a text account of pictures missed" - "And this is a picture I did not take of the second man I saw standing on his head today on the sidewalk in-front of Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, under the gaze of a bored cop."

The marijuana connections of the Ocean's 12 cast and crew

9/03/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

jkottke : The marijuana connections of the Ocean's 12 cast and crew - "Partying on the set in Amsterdam apparently got pretty stoney due to stars' easy access to legal pot. According to insiders, Warner Bros got word that the toking was causing production delays, translating into increased costs to get the film ma

Japan psychiatric art

9/03/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Japan psychiatric art - Beautiful images (via Metafilter)

Andy Baio : Japanese gallery of art in psychiatric advertisements - the surreal Serenace ads are the best [via]  [via]

politics and conscience

9/03/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

cobra libre : politics and conscience #

missing image: interview with the creators of MidnightEye.com

9/03/2005 @ 21:56 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : missing image: interview with the creators of MidnightEye.com - missing image: interview with the creators of MidnightEye.com [via] [via]

Johnny Cash og Bob Dylan mp3 skrár...

9/03/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Johnny Cash og Bob Dylan mp3 skrár... - ...hressir saman árið 1969

F-Secure Blacklight Rootkit Elimination Technology

9/03/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

kayodeok : F-Secure Blacklight Rootkit Elimination Technology - F-Secure BlackLight Rootkit Elimination Technology detects objects that are hidden from users and security tools and offers the user an option to remove them. The main purpose is to fight rootkits and all kinds of malware that use rootkits

About Ludicorp Research & Development Ltd.

9/03/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

ricmac : About Ludicorp Research & Development Ltd. - "The goal is to kick ass."

MP3: Ted Leo covering Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone"

9/03/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Andy Baio : MP3: Ted Leo covering Kelly Clarkson's "Since U Been Gone" - don't miss the acoustic performance videos on UGO, as well

jimray : Ted Leo covers Kelly Clarkson - Rock.

Torvalds switches to a Mac

9/03/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

Jason Shellen : Torvalds switches to a Mac - Now Apple just needs to get Lindsay Lohan to switch and we'll have the whole spectrum covered - geek to starlet. #

Bit Torrent 4.0 hits the streets

9/03/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

jimray : Bit Torrent 4.0 hits the streets - UI enhancements, better performance and a torrent maker! [via /.]

Parsing Techniques - A Practical Guide

9/03/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

kayodeok : Parsing Techniques - A Practical Guide - This 320-page book treats parsing in its own right, in greater depth than is found in most computer science and linguistics books. It offers a clear, accessible, and thorough discussion of many different parsing techniques with their interrelations and ap

Micro Persuasion: Transparent Traffic Stats

9/03/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

ricmac : Micro Persuasion: Transparent Traffic Stats - "I have decided to open my Sitemeter traffic stats to anyone who's interested in poking around."

Marc Canter: OpenTopics

9/03/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

ricmac : Marc Canter: OpenTopics - Marc's riffing about an open topic / tagging standard. If he can manage to pull together all the different formats out there now, then it'll be fantastic. I'm right behind this.

Puppy Purses: carry your dog like a purse

9/03/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

jkottke : Puppy Purses: carry your dog like a purse - For people who really hate their dogs?

BlogPulse has published a paper on the Political Blogosphere and the 2004 U.S. Election

9/03/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

jkottke : BlogPulse has published a paper on the Political Blogosphere and the 2004 U.S. Election - "Liberal and conservative bloggers also had clear preferences for mainstream news sources that they cited. Fox News (89%) and the National Review, (92%) for example, received most of their links from conservative-leaning blogs. By contrast, 91% of Sa

AJAX and accessibility

9/03/2005 @ 19:57 UTC

Isofarro : AJAX and accessibility - Practical suggestions on making XmlHttpRequest based applications accessible

kayodeok : AJAX and Accessibility - "In this article we will have a look at the implications for accessibility and usability when using Javascript to dynamically update a web page"

AutoLink: a hypothetical conversation with a FireFox developer

9/03/2005 @ 19:57 UTC

Isofarro : AutoLink: a hypothetical conversation with a FireFox developer - 'but my worst fear is that my readers won't listen to me and just do what they want, anyway.' - 'hehe nicely put'

John Frum cargo cult

9/03/2005 @ 19:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : John Frum cargo cult - Nice roundup on Metafilter

AdAware Detecting Spybot as Spyware?

9/03/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

kayodeok : AdAware Detecting Spybot as Spyware? - In order for AdAware to detect Spybot as Spyware, Spybot needs to be running when Adware scans...

Make a portable NES for under $75

9/03/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Make a portable NES for under $75 - using those crazy bootleg NES joysticks from mall kiosks [via]  [via]

Yet another interview with Craig from craigslist

9/03/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

jkottke : Yet another interview with Craig from craigslist

Puppy multi-session live-cd

9/03/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Rod Begbie : Puppy multi-session live-cd - Now this is interesting... a Linux LiveCD which, when used in a CD-R drive, can save your home directory back onto itself on shutdown. [via#

The Barbers of New York, a photo gallery by Lisa Whiteman

9/03/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

jkottke : The Barbers of New York, a photo gallery by Lisa Whiteman

Trustees vote to eliminate the journalism programs and school papers at Ventura College and Oxnar...

9/03/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

jkottke : Trustees vote to eliminate the journalism programs and school papers at Ventura College and Oxnard College - Ostensively this is a budget issue, but probably had more to do with school officials wanting to limit negative on-campus press.

America's Byways

9/03/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : America's Byways - America's Byways: National Scenic Byways Online

Photos of the most recent eruption of Mt St Helens on Flickr

9/03/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

jkottke : Photos of the most recent eruption of Mt St Helens on Flickr

More examples of hyperlinks in print

9/03/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

jkottke : More examples of hyperlinks in print

delete.me.uk: excessivetabs

9/03/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : delete.me.uk: excessivetabs - Worst. Widget. Ever.

The art of project management, the book - scottberkun.com

9/03/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : The art of project management, the book - scottberkun.com - hard lessons learned over a decade of work in the software industry

Drunk Men Work Here - Mouse Cube - Fresh Zero Content for Compulsive Clickers

9/03/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Drunk Men Work Here - Mouse Cube - Fresh Zero Content for Compulsive Clickers - Move mouse to move cube

Paul Hammond has a new weblog, since the collapse of Paranoid Fish's servers

9/03/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

plasticbag : Paul Hammond has a new weblog, since the collapse of Paranoid Fish's servers - If you can fight your way through the baroque, over-the-top, rich design excess it's worth reading! Arf!

Simon Willison : journal [paulhammond.org] - Paul's back.

NPR stations with podcasts

9/03/2005 @ 15:57 UTC

jimray : NPR stations with podcasts - Kinda pathetically small [via joeweiss]

Event Cache | Novemberborn

9/03/2005 @ 15:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : Event Cache | Novemberborn - can prevent memory leakage

Simon Willison : Event Cache - For avoiding memory leaks in Internet Explorer.

The Man in Blue > Positive feedback

9/03/2005 @ 15:56 UTC

Paul Hammond : The Man in Blue > Positive feedback - the subtlest interface touch that struck me as a great example of how to educate your users about a system's behaviour

The rise of comic journalism

9/03/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

jkottke : The rise of comic journalism - "But since the renaissance of the mid-eighties, more and more writers and artists have been producing serious nonfiction comics about current events, from war crimes to hip-hop."

It's a dancetravaganza with Napoleon Dynamite vs. Fender, a roboto from that movie Robots

9/03/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

jkottke : It's a dancetravaganza with Napoleon Dynamite vs. Fender, a roboto from that movie Robots - This is the weirdest cross marketing thing I've ever seen...but I like it. (And Napolean is currently winning with 61%.)

Kill your TV but keep your DVD player

9/03/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

kayodeok : Kill your TV but keep your DVD player - DVDs don't just make watching TV shows more convenient; they change the entire viewing experience

footerStick

9/03/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

kayodeok : footerStick - I'm going to show you all how to force the footer of a webpage to stick to the bottom of the viewport. This is a pretty advanced CSS method and requires that you know a bit about how CSS works

On making comment moderation not suck

9/03/2005 @ 13:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : On making comment moderation not suck - +1. It bugs me as well. #

Linking in XHTML 2.0

9/03/2005 @ 13:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Linking in XHTML 2.0 - I have some thoughts about this as well, but I am a bit short on time. (The third example looks bogus, by the way. But according to the author that was intended.) #

Mark of the Web

9/03/2005 @ 13:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Mark of the Web - This seems stupid. They should have restricted everything that a webpage can not access by default either. Not all. The hack against this seems even more braindead. #

XForms myths

9/03/2005 @ 13:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : XForms myths - Oops? #

Eric Meyer : XForms myths - Angle-bracket fight!

paulhammond.org

9/03/2005 @ 13:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : paulhammond.org - He is back. [via#

nelson : Paul Hammond - Interesting Internet person

We Need Spy Blogs: An Army officer calls for better information gathering

9/03/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

kayodeok : We Need Spy Blogs: An Army officer calls for better information gathering - Imagine if the experts in every intelligence field were turned loose - all that's needed is some cheap software. It's not far-fetched to picture a top-secret CIA blog about al Qaeda, with postings from Navy Intelligence and the FBI, among others

Import iPod audio files

9/03/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Richard Rutter : Import iPod audio files - An AppleScript to get mp3s off your iPod and into iTunes. [via Adactio]

Electrolite: Delicate sensibilities.

9/03/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

deusx : Electrolite: Delicate sensibilities. - "Give me one good reason CNN won?t show this ad."

Adactio: Journal - Progressive enhancement with Ajax

9/03/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Paul Hammond : Adactio: Journal - Progressive enhancement with Ajax - how we should all be building our web applications

Eric Meyer : Progressive enhancement with Ajax - Preach it, brother.

Gregarius

9/03/2005 @ 12:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Gregarius - "A web-based RSS/RDF/ATOM feed aggregator designed to run on your web server, allowing you to access your news sources from wherever you want". Feel good :) [via#

Rod Begbie : Gregarius » A Free, Web-based Feed Aggregator - Really awesome looking self-hosted feed reader. I've been using Feed on Feeds for the last month or so, but this looks light-years ahead of it. [via#

philgyford : Gregarius » A Free, Web-based Feed Aggregator - Nice-looking, install-it-yourself, personal Bloglines (only less ugly).

Google Adsense doesn't like Adbar

9/03/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

znarf : Google Adsense doesn't like Adbar #

Simpsons WP Plugin

9/03/2005 @ 10:56 UTC

kayodeok : Simpsons WP Plugin - This plugin from Phunky.co.uk displays a random quote from the TV show, the Simpsons

Recent Comments Plugin 1.7

9/03/2005 @ 10:56 UTC

kayodeok : Recent Comments Plugin 1.7 - Recent Comments Plugin 1.7 will add a list of the most recent comments posted to your blog. They are gathered in descending order (newest at the top), but then grouped together by post title, so that comments from the same post are listed together. The li

How to Set Up Wireless Networking on Windows XP SP2

9/03/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kayodeok : How to Set Up Wireless Networking on Windows XP SP2 - How to set up a simple wireless network and connect that network to the Internet, as well as connect your wireless devices to other people's wireless networks, and prevent others from sneaking on to your network

Removing MSN Messenger from Windows XP

9/03/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kayodeok : Removing MSN Messenger from Windows XP - If you want to remove MSN Messenger from Windows XP and can't seem to find it in the Add/Remove Programs. You need to edit one file to have it displayed in Add/Remove Programs. There is a couple ways to uninstall MSN Messenger. One way is too run this com

Cracking Cached Domain/Active Directory Passwords on Windows XP/2000/2003

9/03/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

kayodeok : Cracking Cached Domain/Active Directory Passwords on Windows XP/2000/2003 - This tutorial will cover the basics of collecting the cached password hashes and setting up a Debian based Linux system with a patched version of "John the Ripper" to crack these hashes

paulhammond.org live

9/03/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

znarf : paulhammond.org live [via#

learn UNIX in 10 minutes

9/03/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

kayodeok : learn UNIX in 10 minutes - The purpose of this document is to have on one page the basics to get started using the UNIX command line

jimray : Learn UNIX in 10 minutes - [via merlinmann]

WEP: Dead Again, Part 2

9/03/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

kayodeok : WEP: Dead Again, Part 2 - We take a look at active tools that use 802.11 transmissions to attack WEP networks

Puppy Linux Lets You Run From, Save To The Same CD

9/03/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

kayodeok : Puppy Linux Lets You Run From, Save To The Same CD - How does it work? The PC boots with a multi-session CD inserted in the CD-burner drive. Then you use Puppy in the normal way. At shutdown, all the changed files in your home directory are saved back to CD. That's it. Next time you boot, all the personal f

Microsoft plans RFID software in 2006

9/03/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

kayodeok : Microsoft plans RFID software in 2006 - After investing significantly in technology for radio frequency identification devices, Microsoft is readying its first major product, a software package designed to help companies manage the product tagging technology

Dot-Com Job

9/03/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Dot-Com Job - Seattle Times' amazing expose on the lies behind Infospace.com [via]  [via]

jkottke : Dot-Con Job: The Seattle Times looks at the rise and fall of InfoSpace - Very good reporting; the "mansions, cars, yachts" section is worth a chuckle...Jean-Remy Facq sounds like a very special kind of idiot.

Gamespy reveals details of the Xbox Next

9/03/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Gamespy reveals details of the Xbox Next - three 3.0 GHz PowerPC CPUs and standard DVD media [via]  [via]

Technical analysis of Google Print

9/03/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Technical analysis of Google Print - has anyone made software to crawl Amazon's Search Inside? [via]  [via]

kayodeok : Hacking Google Print - How to use Google's cookie to exploit Google Print

ongoing · It?s Not Dangerous

9/03/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

deusx : ongoing · It?s Not Dangerous - "Ten Reasons Why Blogging is Good For Your Career"

kayodeok : Ten Reasons Why Blogging is Good For Your Career - Tim Bray explains why Blogging is not as dangerous as we are led to believe

Rod Begbie : It's Not Dangerous - Tim Bray provides "Ten Reasons Why Blogging is Good For Your Career". I agree 100%, and have the job to prove it!  [via#

Andy Baio : Tim Bray on why blogging is good for your career - counteracting the trend of fired for blogging stories [via]  [via]

François Nonnenmacher : It?s Not Dangerous (to blog) - Tim Bray explains why blogging is good for your career and may be why journos are spreading FUD about fired bloggers (hint: they are in FUD themselves)

Paul Hammond : ongoing · It?s Not Dangerous - Ten Reasons Why Blogging is Good For Your Career

ricmac : Tim Bray on how blogging is good for your career - That's the assumption I've been working on for ages now... I'm still waiting to get noticed by employers in NZ though! ;-) hint hint... btw patience is not one of my virtues :-)

Yahoo! Buzz Index: topic blogs

9/03/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

ricmac : Yahoo! Buzz Index: topic blogs - "When not looking for ways to create a blog, searchers are seeking out blogs on specific topics." (via Steve Rubel)

Noets - An IRC Weblog System - noets

9/03/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

deusx : Noets - An IRC Weblog System - noets - "Noets was originally conceived in 2003-10 as a simple way to take notes from IRC and publish them as a weblog"

FEC: Bloggers, chill

9/03/2005 @ 02:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : FEC: Bloggers, chill - I love that this article is written blog-style (via BoingBoing)

Microsoft Office 12 Preview 1

9/03/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

kayodeok : Microsoft Office 12 Preview 1 - Microsoft's biggest competition in the office productivity space, ironically, comes from within: Older versions of the Office suite, including Office 2000, XP, and 2003, are often cited by customers as being good enough

ITworld.com - Gmail, Technorati, WinFS - cogitating reticulation

9/03/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

deusx : ITworld.com - Gmail, Technorati, WinFS - cogitating reticulation - "Welcome to the World Wide Web where the only thing that is completely predictable is its total unpredictability."

Mark Jen proves any publicity is good publicity

9/03/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

ricmac : Mark Jen proves any publicity is good publicity - I find this amazing - he had every tech company *but* Google wanting to hire him after the blog-firing episode! I think this proves: a) Silicon Valley really is about networking; and b) the old adage about publicity is true!

ProNet: Making AJAX work for everyone

9/03/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

ricmac : ProNet: Making AJAX work for everyone - Useful pointers to AJAX resources.

Not linking is not security

9/03/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Not linking is not security - Ridiculous: Harvard rejects applicants who "hacked" by guessing a URL.

Yet more stupid JavaScript tricks for fun and profit

9/03/2005 @ 01:03 UTC

Paul Hammond : Yet more stupid JavaScript tricks for fun and profit - The header of this site now plays a game of Life

Phil Ringnalda dot com: Right-click Blogger BlogThis 0.3 for Mozilla and Firefox: the "there's mo...

9/03/2005 @ 01:03 UTC

Paul Hammond : Phil Ringnalda dot com: Right-click Blogger BlogThis 0.3 for Mozilla and Firefox: the "there's more than 26 letters?" release - you want encodeURIComponent()

alt.dev: Lua - LUPad's RSSDigest

9/03/2005 @ 01:03 UTC

Paul Hammond : alt.dev: Lua - LUPad's RSSDigest - http://alt.textdrive.com/lua/24/lua-lupads-rssdigest

I haven't posted in ages; come work with me | ashbykuhlman.net

9/03/2005 @ 01:03 UTC

Paul Hammond : I haven't posted in ages; come work with me | ashbykuhlman.net - a funny thing happened

colr.org

9/03/2005 @ 01:03 UTC

Paul Hammond : colr.org - A site for playing with colors

gemal.dk - Mozilla - Linky

9/03/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Paul Hammond : gemal.dk - Mozilla - Linky - increase your power to handle links

Human solutions, not software solutions (Signal vs. Noise)

9/03/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Paul Hammond : Human solutions, not software solutions (Signal vs. Noise) - So, yeah, sure, we could build software to handle all these condititions, but we prefer leaving the solutions up to the people who have the need

PDFLab

9/03/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Paul Hammond : PDFLab - You will also be able to easily create PDF documents out of several images.

joshua : PDFLab - PDFLab lets you split and join PDF documents as well as insert images and blank pages. You will also be able to easily create PDF documents out of several images.

koremutake - shorl.com

9/03/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Paul Hammond : koremutake - shorl.com - word-sounding pieces of information are a lot easier to remember than a sequence of digits

Companies Can't Blog | CEO Blues

9/03/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Paul Hammond : Companies Can't Blog | CEO Blues - A company, no matter how large, is a collection of people. It is those people that are interesting, not the company

search.cpan.org: IO::WithHeader - read/write header and body in a single file

9/03/2005 @ 01:02 UTC

Paul Hammond : search.cpan.org: IO::WithHeader - read/write header and body in a single file - read/write header and body in a single file

Whole Wheat Radio Blog- (Outdated) Thought For The Day

9/03/2005 @ 01:01 UTC

Paul Hammond : Whole Wheat Radio Blog- (Outdated) Thought For The Day - We all have choices. Individually, our choices don't matter. But collectively, they literally change the world

And all that Malarkey [Web Standards Trifle]

9/03/2005 @ 01:01 UTC

Paul Hammond : And all that Malarkey [Web Standards Trifle] - Let's get cooking!

Ascription is an Anathema to any Enthusiasm - Typo!

9/03/2005 @ 01:01 UTC

Paul Hammond : Ascription is an Anathema to any Enthusiasm - Typo! - Below each entry there is now a "Typo" button. Hit it and you can send me your corrections!

anti-mega: not quite the end of email

9/03/2005 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : anti-mega: not quite the end of email - For quick attention pricks, please use my new plinger

whump.com | More Like This WebLog: Breaking .htaccess - Monday, 28 February 2005

9/03/2005 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : whump.com | More Like This WebLog: Breaking .htaccess - Monday, 28 February 2005 - I try to be a good web citizen, and set BBEdit to create UTF-8 encoded files by default

ReViewPkg

9/03/2005 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : ReViewPkg - open .pkg (OSX) files with ease to review or expand the contents

Guidelines For An Uncomplicated Web

9/03/2005 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Guidelines For An Uncomplicated Web - some guidelines to remember when designing, architecting, building and writing for the Web

Design Engaged 2004 / elastic space

9/03/2005 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Design Engaged 2004 / elastic space - here are my notes

Stephen's Web ~ Community Blogging

9/03/2005 @ 01:00 UTC

Paul Hammond : Stephen's Web ~ Community Blogging - The community is the network

The PANTS Daily Chump - new chump tagging features added today

9/03/2005 @ 00:59 UTC

Paul Hammond : The PANTS Daily Chump - new chump tagging features added today - using edd's indexer, phl's fadomatic and much javascript cleverness

fadomatic - dhtml opacity effect

9/03/2005 @ 00:59 UTC

Paul Hammond : fadomatic - dhtml opacity effect - some useful DHTML alpha-fade effects

Simon Willison : Fadomatic - DHTML opacity effect - Can you tell I'm clearing out my tabs before departing for SxSW?

Blog-linked firings prompt calls for better policies

9/03/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Blog-linked firings prompt calls for better policies

Yahoo! Publisher Network

9/03/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Yahoo! Publisher Network - eh, I was pretty close [via]  [via]

Jeremy Zawodny : Yahoo! Publisher Network - Yahoo! Publisher Network: anyone surprised by this?

ricmac : Yahoo! Publisher Network - "Yahoo! will be introducing new products and services-including publishing tools, advertising products and access to our Yahoo! audience. Our products will leverage the Yahoo! network to provide the most value for small publishers." (via waxy)

Lan-o-Vision Beta

9/03/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Lan-o-Vision Beta - stream video to anyone on your LAN; like iTunes for video [via]  [via]

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