Microsoft Knowledgebase is now available as an RSS feed

16/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

kayodeok : Microsoft Knowledgebase is now available as an RSS feed - "To see an RSS feed that lists the most recently published KB articles, select a product from the list below. This list will update every 24 hours"

ricmac : Microsoft RSS-enables its Support KB - via Moonwatcher

Beginner's Guide to Computer Security.

16/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

kayodeok : Beginner's Guide to Computer Security. - This document is an overview of computer security appropriate for someone with no previous knowledge of the subject. An understanding of computer security will help you use your computer in a safe and efficient manner and help protect you from viruses, sp

Minimizing Windows Server 2003 network services

16/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

kayodeok : Minimizing Windows Server 2003 network services - How to limit the network services running under Windows Server 2003

Windows network services internals

16/04/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

kayodeok : Windows network services internals - The aim of this paper is to document some not well-known characteristics of Windows systems (based on the NT kernel, i.e Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and Windows Server 2003) TCP/IP stack and network services

Audi A6 codes

16/04/2005 @ 18:59 UTC

Nelson Minar : Audi A6 codes - Reprogram the car

Aviation Weather Center (AWC) - Standard Brief

16/04/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Aviation Weather Center (AWC) - Standard Brief - Aviation Weather Center (AWC) - Standard Brief: everything you need for a standard brief from the FAA [via]

Wonkette - Scalia Subjected to Probing Question, the Aftermath

16/04/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

deusx : Wonkette - Scalia Subjected to Probing Question, the Aftermath - "The student who asked the question has responded to these criticism."

Ubuntu is Amazing

16/04/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Ubuntu is Amazing - Ubuntu is Amazing: it's high time I gave this a test drive myself

Rasterman's art

16/04/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Rasterman's art

Acela shut down because of cracks found in brakes, perhaps for months

16/04/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

jkottke : Acela shut down because of cracks found in brakes, perhaps for months

Apparently twelve year old fluffy muppet man to take over as Doctor Who

16/04/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

plasticbag : Apparently twelve year old fluffy muppet man to take over as Doctor Who - Although I'm still secretly seething about Eccleston's ponce-off...

BBC News reports on Radio and Music opening up 20 more shows as podcasts...

16/04/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

plasticbag : BBC News reports on Radio and Music opening up 20 more shows as podcasts... - And includes a classic picture of what they apparently think people who use iPods look like. Classy.

Attack of the killer monkey

16/04/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

kaninka.net : Attack of the killer monkey

Kevin Marks on the BBC's move towards more podcasts. He also suggests a 'world service hack' plus...

16/04/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

plasticbag : Kevin Marks on the BBC's move towards more podcasts. He also suggests a 'world service hack' plus the creative archive could get around the UK-only restrictions. - Unfortunately as I understand it, the World Service isn't paid for with the TV licence fee, but instead by the Foreign Office. I don't think it gets free unlimited access to the BBC's archives in perpetuity like that...

On ruts and how to get out of them

16/04/2005 @ 12:55 UTC

jkottke : On ruts and how to get out of them

very beautiful very beautiful

16/04/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

cobra libre : very beautiful very beautiful - and i am of the superlative hyperbole era #

Samsung P207 with Speech-to-Text

16/04/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : Samsung P207 with Speech-to-Text - Samsung has released the P207 with speech-to-text technology that lets you speak SMS messages and emails into the phone in lieu of typing them in

<select> Something New Part 1

16/04/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : <select> Something New Part 1 - How to style by using the DOM and CSS without sacrificing semantics, accessibility, usability or graceful degradation

Anne van Kesteren : <select> Something New, Part 1 - Using javascript for design; not sure what to think of it. #

Philippe Janvier : Select element : Something New Part I - "We all know the select is just plain ugly. That said, some creative thinking can improve it". [via#

Richard Rutter : Styling select boxes - By dynamically replacing them with a styleable list.

Designers Online: Todd Dominey

16/04/2005 @ 02:00 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Designers Online: Todd Dominey - Good interview with Todd. Glad to see the AIGA embracing and promoting digital design, and Todd was a good person to interview.

What's in your menubar?

16/04/2005 @ 02:00 UTC

Douglas Bowman : What's in your menubar? - Good place to discover new apps and utilities that can run in the Mac menu bar.

Style Master 4.0 released

16/04/2005 @ 02:00 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Style Master 4.0 released - Looking for a powerful, easy-to-use CSS editor? Start here.

Styling a Calendar

16/04/2005 @ 02:00 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Styling a Calendar - Veerle provides tips for styling calendars with CSS.

50 people see...

16/04/2005 @ 01:59 UTC

Douglas Bowman : 50 people see... - Automatic averages of 50 Flickr images which share the same tag. I think the most interesting is the four-pane view of winter, sprint, summer, autumn...

Interview with Cameron Moll

16/04/2005 @ 01:59 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Interview with Cameron Moll - Cameron provides insight on stealing, the purpose of a homepage, learning print design, and some predictions about the future.

State-of-the-art interactivity?

16/04/2005 @ 01:59 UTC

Douglas Bowman : State-of-the-art interactivity? - Veen smacks down the depressing trends he saw while judging a recent interaction design contest.

The non-typographer's guide to practical typeface selection

16/04/2005 @ 01:59 UTC

Douglas Bowman : The non-typographer's guide to practical typeface selection - Cameron expands on his brief type segment from SXSW. A good set of steps, and links to good resources, especially if you didn't geek out in typography courses at school.

Photobloggies

16/04/2005 @ 01:59 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Photobloggies - Links to some great photo sites.

You Are Here

16/04/2005 @ 01:58 UTC

Douglas Bowman : You Are Here - Cool video for Sam Bisbee by Tobias Perse that exposes the stop-motion animation process. There's even a link on the page to the contact sheet of all the still photographs.

Mitch Hedberg

16/04/2005 @ 01:58 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Mitch Hedberg - Comedy Central's summary of Mitch's life and career, with links to video clips. One of the funniest comedians I've ever heard dies at 37.

Image Replacement. Again.

16/04/2005 @ 01:58 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Image Replacement. Again. - Shea recaps the current state of image replacement. Again.

Shinya Inamura

16/04/2005 @ 01:58 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Shinya Inamura - Some nice poster/flyer design in this flash-based portfolio, especially the Conscious flyers.

Design Without Reach

16/04/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Design Without Reach - Fun self-made immitations of the originals. (via core77)

Interview: Merlin Mann

16/04/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Interview: Merlin Mann - Insightful interview with the always-entertaining productivity king, Mr. Mann

Running your company on web apps

16/04/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Running your company on web apps

plasticbag : Ev Williams on the new productivity web-apps... - "One interesting thing about starting a company today versus a few years ago: Lots of cool web apps are now available that you can more or less run you company on."

philgyford : evhead: Running your company on web apps - Includes a couple of web-hosted services I hadn't come across before

Marc Hedlund's notes on building CodeZoo

16/04/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Andy Baio : Marc Hedlund's notes on building CodeZoo - essential read with great advice for building a web app with a small team [via]  [via]

Nelson Minar : On building CodeZoo - Thoughtful essay about launching a new web site / service

Silicon Valley Watcher: Internet 2.0

16/04/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

ricmac : Silicon Valley Watcher: Internet 2.0 - "I think that the survivors of this next phase, Internet 2.0 will be: media technology enabled companies?"

Threadwatch Friday Tip List: Getting Links

16/04/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

ricmac : Threadwatch Friday Tip List: Getting Links - "Innovative, clever ways of getting links from the Threadwatch boys and girls."

A VC: why we invested in del.icio.us

16/04/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

ricmac : A VC: why we invested in del.icio.us - Scale and ease-of-use. Quote: "The question everyone asks is "what is the business model".  To be completely and totally honest, we don't yet know.  This was a seed investment and none of the investors put up very much capital."

Dave Winer on bigco RSS

16/04/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

ricmac : Dave Winer on bigco RSS - "Yahoo is dashing in front, with Microsoft close behind. Why isn't Google in the race?"

Jason Calacanis reports big improvement in Google Adsense revenue via some design and positional ...

16/04/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

ricmac : Jason Calacanis reports big improvement in Google Adsense revenue via some design and positional changes to the ads - "It took us eight months to hit $1,000 a day, and it has taken us less then eight days to get from $1,000 to $1,400."

Web Browser Standards Support

16/04/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Web Browser Standards Support - David Hammond is taking on the thankless task of compiling browser support charts.

kayodeok : Web Browser Standards Support - "This document will summarize the level of support for standard web technologies by popular web browsers. It deals primarily with the Internet Explorer, Firefox/Netscape/Mozilla, and Opera web browsers, with focus on the HTML, CSS and DOM technologies"

Anne van Kesteren : Web browser standards support - Nice! And what an awful lot of work. #

Paul Hammond : Web Browser Standards Support - This document will summarize the level of support for standard web technologies by popular web browsers

Eric Meyer : Web Browser Standards Support - Quite a few charts containing quite a bit of information. [via Dave] [via]

ipfree.py

16/04/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : ipfree.py - Works out where an IP is located, on a per-country basis.

Multiline JavaScript shell

16/04/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Multiline JavaScript shell - My favourite bookmarklet just got even better.

Could Rails have been built without Ruby?

16/04/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Could Rails have been built without Ruby? - Fascinating essay about how Ruby, like Lisp, lets you build new languages.

Data Crunching: Solve Everyday Problems using Java, Python, and more

16/04/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Data Crunching: Solve Everyday Problems using Java, Python, and more - Greg Wilson's Pragmatic Bookshelf book is out. (via) [via]

Clever ideas in CS

16/04/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

kellan : Clever ideas in CS - A collection of recent compsci research #

Ian Kennedy on Yahoo News re-design

16/04/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

ricmac : Ian Kennedy on Yahoo News re-design - "I think I see Neil Budde's vision taking place. Neil joined the Yahoo News team in November and was one of the original minds behind wsj.com. This is what happens when you give someone with editorial instinct access to a team of talented engineers."

John Battelle's FMPublishing is out in the open now

16/04/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

ricmac : John Battelle's FMPublishing is out in the open now - I discovered it a couple of weeks ago via a topic feed, but kept it under my hat because John hadn't linked to it himself. Anyway it's out now and the idea is great! As Staci puts it "a combination business, tech, ad sales and group buying service".

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