...undertaking

10/05/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

jimray : ...undertaking - Absolutely stunning photoset, from an undertaker

Armando Iannucci - That's enough entertainment, thanks

10/05/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : Armando Iannucci - That's enough entertainment, thanks - "As grown ups, we have to let the dream die. Our completist paradise is not going to happen. The technological explosion of choice has only alerted me to those areas where I now know IÂ’m going to choose not to go." [via#

Apple employee and Slashdot poster "As Seen On TV" with some great posts about video on iTunes an...

10/05/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

jkottke : Apple employee and Slashdot poster "As Seen On TV" with some great posts about video on iTunes and other stuff - I posted about him a few weeks ago and now Gizmodo has outed him...how long before Apple cans this guy/gal?

GIMP for Windows

10/05/2005 @ 22:56 UTC

Jason Shellen : GIMP for Windows - I never knew there were Win and Mac versions of GIMP. #

Philippe Janvier : GIMP - Gimp pour Windows aussi. Ah bon ! [via#

Flash + AJAX

10/05/2005 @ 22:56 UTC

jimray : Flash + AJAX - For when you need to update the page without refreshing

iTunes 4.8 does video

10/05/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

jkottke : iTunes 4.8 does video - An interesting development. Why is video in iTunes and not iPhoto? (Update: iPhoto 5 does video. Hard to breathe with my head in the sand here...)

Crazy story about an out-of-control BMW on an LA freeway

10/05/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

jkottke : Crazy story about an out-of-control BMW on an LA freeway

Armando Iannucci - That?s enough entertainment, thanks - Telegraph - 2004-04-12

10/05/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

philgyford : Armando Iannucci - That?s enough entertainment, thanks - Telegraph - 2004-04-12 - How we'll never read/see/hear everything we want to, and how we should cope with that. Too. Much. Stuff.

Platypus, Firefox extension for inline editing of Greasemonkey'd sites

10/05/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Platypus, Firefox extension for inline editing of Greasemonkey'd sites - edit the content and layout of websites, and save the changes as a Greasemonkey script [via]  [via]

kayodeok : Firefox Extension: platypus - Platypus is a Firefox extension which lets you modify a Web page from your browser -- "What You See Is What You Get" -- and then save those changes as a Greasemonkey script so that they'll be repeated the next time you visit the page

Jeremy Zawodny : platypus - platypus: make gresemoneky scripts the easy way

Philippe Janvier : Platypus - "Platypus is a Firefox extension which lets you modify a Web page from your browser -- "What You See Is What You Get" -- and then save those changes as a Greasemonkey script so that they'll be repeated the next time you visit the page. Editing pages t [via#

ricmac : mozdev.org - platypus - "Platypus is a Firefox extension which lets you modify a Web page from your browser -- "What You See Is What You Get" -- and then save those changes as a Greasemonkey script so that they'll be repeated the next time you visit the page."

A History of the GUI

10/05/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

jkottke : A History of the GUI - From Vannevar Bush to OS X and XP.

Teams are successful when they're made up of a mixture of old and new members

10/05/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

jkottke : Teams are successful when they're made up of a mixture of old and new members - "You need someone new to get the creative juices going so you don't get trapped in the same ideas over and over again."

Calq

10/05/2005 @ 20:58 UTC

Douglas Bowman : Calq - Nifty little calculator app for both OS X *and* Windows that runs in the background, and is invoked in a fashion similar to Quicksilver. Much faster than the Calculator application, and an alternative to the Dashboard widget calculator especially for thos

OS/EM for z/OS

10/05/2005 @ 20:57 UTC

Nelson Minar : OS/EM for z/OS - Are you managing z/OS (MVS) data centers? OS/EM is for you!

Protecting SSH using known_hosts Hashing

10/05/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

kayodeok : Protecting SSH using known_hosts Hashing - If you use SSH, your ssh client stores within your home directory a list that maps the host names and IP addresses of every remote host you have connected to with each host's public key...It is also possible that worms could use known_hosts data to identi

Rod Begbie : Secure Shell Shock - SSH's "known_hosts" file could aid worm propogation. This page gives steps to reduce that risk. [via#

How To Crack WEP Part 1: Setup & Network Recon

10/05/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

kayodeok : How To Crack WEP Part 1: Setup & Network Recon - "In this two part series, we will give you a step by step approach to breaking a WEP key. The approach taken will be to standardize as many variables as possible so that you can concentrate on the mechanics of WEP cracking without being hindered by hardwa

M?n geld terug!

10/05/2005 @ 19:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : M?n geld terug! - :-) #

Wired News releases internal source review

10/05/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Wired News releases internal source review - Gelf Magazine, who originally broke the story of a Wired News reporter fabricating sources, follows up with an Adam Penenburg interview [via]  [via]

Part three of three of Elizabeth Kolbert's series on global warming for the New Yorker

10/05/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

jkottke : Part three of three of Elizabeth Kolbert's series on global warming for the New Yorker - This one's all about what we can and are/aren't doing about the situation.

jimray : The climate of man III - Last part of the absolutely stunning three part series

Fix corked wine

10/05/2005 @ 18:57 UTC

Nelson Minar : Fix corked wine - I'm skeptical, but interesting idea

Wired News Releases Source Review

10/05/2005 @ 18:57 UTC

jimray : Wired News Releases Source Review - Michelle Delio seems to have written a few stories with unverfiable sources

Dive into greasemonkey

10/05/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Isofarro : Dive into greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim is back with another awesome online book.

Rod Begbie : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim writes some docs for Greasemonkey. Hurrah! [via#

kayodeok : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Dive Into Greasemonkey is a book about programming with Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension for customizing web pages. Read it online for free

znarf : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Dive Into Greasemonkey is a book about programming with Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension for customizing web pages. [via#

mbertier : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Dive Into Greasemonkey is a book about programming with Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension for customizing web pages. [via#

Simon Willison : Dive Into Greasemonkey - If you're not in to Greasemonkey yet, now you have no excuse.

jimray : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim is back and he wants you to surf the web your way

Wayne Burkett : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Fancy! #

Milo Vermeulen : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Dive Into Greasemonkey [via] [via]

Anne van Kesteren : Dive Into Greasemonkey - I guess it?s hard to find a new hobby. #

Paul Hammond : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Teaching an old web new tricks

Philippe Janvier : Dive Into Greasemonkey - "...a book about programming with Greasemonkey". [via#

Linksys NSLU2

10/05/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Linksys NSLU2 - Linksys NSLU2: Network Storage Link for USB 2.0 Disk Drives

NSLU2 Linux

10/05/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : NSLU2 Linux - NSLU2 Linux: load a custom Linux setup on your NSLU2 disk server

Gameboy emulator released for PSP!

10/05/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Gameboy emulator released for PSP! - the PSP homebrew scene is getting huge [via]  [via]

Apple insider posting regularly to Slashdot?

10/05/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Apple insider posting regularly to Slashdot? - see their interesting comments on the iTunes Store selling video; other recent comments [via]  [via]

Hilary Rosen complains about iTunes DRM

10/05/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Hilary Rosen complains about iTunes DRM - completely hypocritical, to the point of Bizarro-world surrealism [via]  [via]

Yahoo News tag soup

10/05/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Yahoo News tag soup - automatic tagging of Yahoo News feeds, using the content analysis web service

Jeremy Zawodny : Yahoo! News Tag Soup - Yahoo! News Tag Soup: kick ass! I like this little API powered app

Dive Into Greasemonkey

10/05/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim's free book on Greasemonkey hacking; an essential resource

ricmac : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim's written a free book. He's one of the smartest Web hackers around, so this'll be a great reference. [via waxy.org]

Nelson Minar : Dive into Greasemonkey - Mark's writing a new book?! (via Waxy)

History of sampling

10/05/2005 @ 17:59 UTC

Nelson Minar : History of sampling - Nice interactive visualization of who samples who (via BoingBoing)

mbertier : The History of Sampling - *wow* [via#

jkottke : A visual history of sampling; who's been sampled and who's doing the sampling

gleuschk : The History of Sampling - more fun with proce55ing

L.L.A.M.A., the M.U.L.E. card game

10/05/2005 @ 17:58 UTC

Steve Cook : L.L.A.M.A., the M.U.L.E. card game - One of the greatest PC games of all time comes to a tabletop near you.

Solar water purification on the cheap

10/05/2005 @ 17:58 UTC

Steve Cook : Solar water purification on the cheap - Can you get clean water from a two liter bottle and a plastic cup?

Jonathan Lethem to write a superhero comic

10/05/2005 @ 17:58 UTC

Steve Cook : Jonathan Lethem to write a superhero comic - Now if we could get Ed Brubaker to write a sensitive novel about childhood and race in 1970s New York, we'd be all set.

"Harrison Bergeron" cited by Kansas lawyers arguing for unequal school funding

10/05/2005 @ 17:58 UTC

Steve Cook : "Harrison Bergeron" cited by Kansas lawyers arguing for unequal school funding - Meanwhile, Diana Moon Glampers just put a fire axe through satire's poor skull.

Rolleiflex MiniDigi

10/05/2005 @ 17:57 UTC

Steve Cook : Rolleiflex MiniDigi - A classic tiny camera gets a brain transplant. (via delicious/redfox)

STRANGEco: Designer Toys, Art and Curiosities

10/05/2005 @ 17:57 UTC

Steve Cook : STRANGEco: Designer Toys, Art and Curiosities - Part zine, part catalog of crazy cute mutant toys.

Cool Colors Project: Improved Materials for Cooler Roofs

10/05/2005 @ 17:57 UTC

Steve Cook : Cool Colors Project: Improved Materials for Cooler Roofs - "To the eye, they are almost the same color, but the cool brown reflects about 20 percent more of the incident solar radiation."

MiniDigi photos from Overshadowed

10/05/2005 @ 17:57 UTC

Steve Cook : MiniDigi photos from Overshadowed - Okay, I officially want one.

R.I. Police Say Man Offered Steak for Sex

10/05/2005 @ 17:57 UTC

Steve Cook : R.I. Police Say Man Offered Steak for Sex - Those Woonsocket boys know how to charm a lady. (via Majikthise)

Untested

10/05/2005 @ 17:56 UTC

Steve Cook : Untested - MIT takes a look and finds that length correlates very strongly to one's score on the SAT writing test (and facts, alas, do not).

Jack Abramoff's mobbed-up gambling cruise business

10/05/2005 @ 17:56 UTC

Steve Cook : Jack Abramoff's mobbed-up gambling cruise business - A third-rate screenplay featuring Tom DeLay's lobbyist friend, a Gambino family bookkeeper, bank fraud, Congressman Bob Rey, and a gangland hit.

Five simple steps to better typography

10/05/2005 @ 17:56 UTC

Richard Rutter : Five simple steps to better typography - Required reading from Mark Boulton. [via Cameron Moll]

L.A. Times redesigns to 1024 pixel fixed width

10/05/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Andy Baio : L.A. Times redesigns to 1024 pixel fixed width - unlike WaPo and IHT, they're putting more than just ads on the far right

SAT writing test rewards length and ignores errors

10/05/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

Andy Baio : SAT writing test rewards length and ignores errors - the longer the essay, the higher the score [via]  [via]

Official Mr. Clean forums

10/05/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Official Mr. Clean forums - a strange community of cleaning product fans, with their own trolls, in-jokes, fanfic, and more [via]  [via]

JotSpot inaugural hackathon

10/05/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : JotSpot inaugural hackathon - brilliant idea for practically any company [via]  [via]

deusx : JotBlog » Jotspot Inagural Hackathon - "Can I get a shout out for the JotSpot inaugural hackathon!"

Spam blacklist targets Telewest

10/05/2005 @ 15:56 UTC

Isofarro : Spam blacklist targets Telewest - Telewest Spewed. This normally happens after ISPs regularly ignore spam complaints. As I recall, Blue yonder, one of Telewest's subsidiaries received the Usenet Death Penalty because of constant spam runs. Not much change there then.

Colonel Sanders Gets A Face Lift

10/05/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

plasticbag : Colonel Sanders Gets A Face Lift - The omni-present feel of smoothed-out Illustrator derived imagery is starting to alarm me a little...

The Disney Muppets: why that just isn't funny (by Caitlin Moran - ex-NME superstar - of all people)

10/05/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

plasticbag : The Disney Muppets: why that just isn't funny (by Caitlin Moran - ex-NME superstar - of all people) - Disney bought the Muppets for $30m last year and is now relaunching them. Will the corporation get the show?s anarchic humour?

UnicodeChecker

10/05/2005 @ 13:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : UnicodeChecker - Looks like a nice tool for Mac people. [via#

VG Cats - 152 - Cats in the Cragle

10/05/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

deusx : VG Cats - 152 - Cats in the Cragle - "I'm not your mother. Does anyone understand this thing? Please tell it I'm not its mother. I don't speak 'crazy head sucker' language. How did you even get enrolled here?"

BSI wants your views on web site accessibility

10/05/2005 @ 10:56 UTC

Isofarro : BSI wants your views on web site accessibility - 'we [presumably the RNIB] would be happy to receive your thoughts'

INSERT LiveCD

10/05/2005 @ 08:56 UTC

kayodeok : INSERT LiveCD - INSERT is a complete, bootable linux system. It comes with a graphical user interface running the fluxbox window manager. Tools include network analysis, disaster recovery, virus scanning, computer forensics

Helix LiveCD

10/05/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : Helix LiveCD - Helix is a customized distribution of the Knoppix Live Linux CD. Helix focuses on Incident Response & Forensics tools. It is meant to be used by individuals who have a sound understanding of Incident Response and Forensic techniques

Auditor LiveCD

10/05/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : Auditor LiveCD - In addition to the approx. 300 tools, the Auditor security collection contains further background information regarding the standard configuration and passwords, as well as word lists from many different areas and languages with approx. 64 million entries

More train stations get wireless

10/05/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : More train stations get wireless - Eighty five train stations west of London are getting Wi-Fi access points installed, for commuters looking for wireless connectivity

Upgrade 1.5 > 1.5.1 � WordPress Support

10/05/2005 @ 08:55 UTC

kayodeok : Upgrade 1.5 > 1.5.1 � WordPress Support - Upgrading Wordpress from 1.5 to 1.5.1

Whoppix LiveCD

10/05/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

kayodeok : Whoppix LiveCD - Whoppix is a stand alone penetration testing live cd based on Knoppix. With the latest tools and exploits, it is a must for every penetration tester and security auditor

50 squares mile of Idaho has no laws

10/05/2005 @ 06:58 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : 50 squares mile of Idaho has no laws

images of mathematicians on postage stamps

10/05/2005 @ 06:58 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : images of mathematicians on postage stamps

21Publish: new blogging platform

10/05/2005 @ 06:57 UTC

ricmac : 21Publish: new blogging platform - A product to start a "branded blog community".

Feedburner's new Premium Service: Total Stats Pro

10/05/2005 @ 06:57 UTC

ricmac : Feedburner's new Premium Service: Total Stats Pro - "Total Stats Pro gives feed publishers a more detailed analysis of feed statistics by going another level deeper beyond feed circulation."

postgrey mailing list archives

10/05/2005 @ 06:56 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : postgrey mailing list archives - postgrey mailing list archives: useful stuff when you're looking for past problems

Flash: Radial visualizations of Upcoming.org events

10/05/2005 @ 06:56 UTC

Andy Baio : Flash: Radial visualizations of Upcoming.org events - one of the coolest uses of the API so far

Design and the art of bullshitting

10/05/2005 @ 06:56 UTC

jkottke : Design and the art of bullshitting - In my experience, a designer's job entails coming up with a solution that works (which takes 20% of the time and energy) and then selling it to the client (which takes the remaining 80% of the time/energy, sometimes more).

plasticbag : On (Design) Bullshit - An interesting piece on the rationalisation for design decisions that people make on fundamentally aesthetic grounds - I think it underestimates the value of the expert in knowing what will work but not being able to express it, but otherwise it's pretty interesting and funny / relevant.

Mad Physics is a neat science education site run by a couple of high school students

10/05/2005 @ 06:56 UTC

jkottke : Mad Physics is a neat science education site run by a couple of high school students

Astronomers may have detected the formation of a black hole

10/05/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

jkottke : Astronomers may have detected the formation of a black hole - "A faint visible-light flash moments after a high-energy gamma-ray burst likely heralds the merger of two dense neutron stars to create a relatively low-mass black hole."

Internal NY Times report recommends the creation of a NY Times blog

10/05/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

jkottke : Internal NY Times report recommends the creation of a NY Times blog

plasticbag : A New York Times' internal study suggests starting a weblog to better connect with their audience - It's not the dumbest idea in the world - more interesting was the stuff about putting supporting material onto the internet...

Gladwell reviews Everything Bad is Good for You for the New Yorker

10/05/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

jkottke : Gladwell reviews Everything Bad is Good for You for the New Yorker

plasticbag : Malcolm Gladwell on Steven Johnson on pop culture and its capacity to make us more intelligent... - "At the elementary-school level, homework seems to be of marginal or no academic value. Its effect on discipline and personal responsibility is unproved... They could be playing a video game, and giving their minds a rigorous workout."

Long interview with Edward Tufte from Technical Communication Quarterly

10/05/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

jkottke : Long interview with Edward Tufte from Technical Communication Quarterly

SiliconBeat: DoCoMo finds its way to San Jose

10/05/2005 @ 05:55 UTC

ricmac : SiliconBeat: DoCoMo finds its way to San Jose - "DoCoMo Capital, a venture fund to be based in San Jose, and to invest mainly in U.S venture companies that develop "advanced mobile communication technologies.""

BBC aims to make money from content syndication

10/05/2005 @ 04:55 UTC

ricmac : BBC aims to make money from content syndication - "We're looking to grow branded content syndication and paid-for content revenues significantly."

Your Internet Search Results, in the Round

10/05/2005 @ 04:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Your Internet Search Results, in the Round - Your Internet Search Results, in the Round: Yahoo plus Grokker

SRAT: Self-referential multiple-choice test

10/05/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : SRAT: Self-referential multiple-choice test - Headfucklogicpuzzle. "19. The answer to this question is: (A) A (B) B (C) C (D) D (E) E". Took me a while to solve, but it was fun. [via#

Mathemagenic: rewriting history

10/05/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

ricmac : Mathemagenic: rewriting history - "I guess I'll never know the truth - what happened during that war and who really won. History seems to be so easily rewritten..."

Boing Boing: BBC's RSS: Why do we need a license to aggregate, period?

10/05/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

ricmac : Boing Boing: BBC's RSS: Why do we need a license to aggregate, period? - Interesting questions... quote: "Should we pander to delusions about RSS being for something other than aggregating and republishing?"

Ajax and weblogs

10/05/2005 @ 02:56 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Ajax and weblogs - Nice! #

ricmac : Kottke uses Ajax on his homepage and re-architects his archives - Some really neat things to experiment with in this post - and Jason says it's easy to implement if you're using MT, Wordpress etc.

Python Challenge

10/05/2005 @ 02:56 UTC

Charles Miller : Python Challenge - The Python Challenge: a collection of puzzles to solve by writing Python scripts. (I'd love to see somebody do it in S/370 assembler.)

N.C. Church Kicks Out Members Who Do Not Support Bush

10/05/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

jimray : N.C. Church Kicks Out Members Who Do Not Support Bush - Remind me again why we don't make these people pay taxes?

Ring of Fire Enterprises: Darwin Fish Car plaques and other products. Join the fish wars today!

10/05/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

jimray : Ring of Fire Enterprises: Darwin Fish Car plaques and other products. Join the fish wars today! - For Dawn

You were warned

10/05/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Isofarro : You were warned - Caveat developer. Ignorance of standards is irrelevant.

Highlighting PHP with semantic HTML

10/05/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Highlighting PHP with semantic HTML - I guess it?s KtK-day. Nice piece of code! #

kayodeok : PHP: Highlighting source in a semantic way - "Forget about AddType application/x-httpd-php-source .phps or highlight_string(). This is way better. Not only because it validates under a strict doctype, but it's semantic fluff and completely stylable with CSS"

Changes in IRI-design

10/05/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Changes in IRI-design - I?m not the only one playing with server-side code. #

Stem maar niet

10/05/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Stem maar niet - Wel zo simpel, maar ik denk dat ik het toch maar wel doe. #

Google Reviews

10/05/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Anne van Kesteren : Google Reviews - Make sure to read comment two. The post is fun too if you missed Mark Pilgrim?s post in the past. (And perhaps it?s fun if you read it.) #

Tension, partying

10/05/2005 @ 01:57 UTC

Nelson Minar : Tension, partying - Lamest explanation ever for Chappelle's failure to make a third season

The History of Amazon's Tab Navigation

10/05/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

Rod Begbie : The History of Amazon's Tab Navigation - A tombstone retrospective. [via#

ricmac : The History of Amazon?s Tab Navigation

AP article on offshoring affect on work timetables

10/05/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

ricmac : AP article on offshoring affect on work timetables - "We keep passing the baton between California and India, and that way we can cram a lot more work into a 24-hour period"

Ross Mayfield: Perma-work

10/05/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

ricmac : Ross Mayfield: Perma-work - This is relevant to me of course, as a kiwi. quote: "Perma-work sets in when organizations are designed without taking into account the opportunities to coordinate asynchronously and consider latitudinal windows."

John Hagel: O'Reilly on Paradigm Shifts

10/05/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

ricmac : John Hagel: O'Reilly on Paradigm Shifts - "I believe fragmentation will give rise to global and highly concentrated businesses focused on providing increasingly valuable services around testing, rating, reputation, mediation, aggregation and orchestration."

Spinning teeth

10/05/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Spinning teeth - Too bling for words.

Mouseover DOM Inspector v2.0 Help

10/05/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Mouseover DOM Inspector v2.0 Help - One of my favourite bookmarklets just got even better. (via) [via]

kayodeok : Mouseover DOM Inspector - The Mouseover DOM Inspector, or MODI for short, is a favelet (also known as a bookmarklet) that allows you to view and manipulate the DOM of a web page simply by mousing around the document

Linux event draws in open source luminaries

10/05/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Linux event draws in open source luminaries - Crikey, I'm a misspelled CSS and JavaScript guru. (via) [via]

How much do you really care about accessibility?

10/05/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Isofarro : How much do you really care about accessibility? - 'Accessibility is a serious issue. Don't have your resume claim you mastered it only because you know how to separate style from content.'

AJaX summit notes

10/05/2005 @ 00:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : AJaX summit notes - Someone's blogging a techie meeting

joshua : Ajaxian Blog

iPhoto comments to EXIF-applescript

10/05/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

jimray : iPhoto comments to EXIF-applescript - I have a feeling this is going to be handy for an upcoming project...

The PHP Metadata Toolkit

10/05/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

jimray : The PHP Metadata Toolkit - Library to extract all kinds of metadata, using PHP

Neutrino XML

10/05/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Neutrino XML - "A Neutrino feed is a collection of pointers to other syndication feeds - say, a blog, Flickr and Del.icio.us - all of which belong to one individual". Something between OPML, FOAF, Attention.xml and vCard. [via#

Comparing Gawker's blogger pay rates to mainstream journalism

10/05/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Comparing Gawker's blogger pay rates to mainstream journalism - about $30,000/year

ricmac : Gawker Bucks vs Journalists Bucks --> concludes that bloggers underpaid - "Bloggers are paid $2500 a month plus bonuses, based on the site's performance. Expectation seems to be that each site will make around $75,000 a year (that would come out to $6250 per month)."

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