20/07/2005 @ 08:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Google Moon - try zooming all the way in
jkottke : Google Moon: explore the Apollo landing sites in the Google Maps interface
joshua : Google Moon - mmm, cheese
kayodeok : Google Moon - Lunar Landing Sites - "In honor of the first manned Moon landing, which took place on July 20, 1969, we?ve added some NASA imagery to the Google Maps interface to help you pay your own visit to our celestial neighbor"
gleuschk : Google Moon - zoom all the way in
Rod Begbie : Google Moon - Lunar Landing Sites - Lovely little Googletreat to celebrate the anniversary of the moon landings. Make sure and try zooming in to the maximum resolution to see what the moon is made of. #
jimray : Google Moon - Lunar Landing Sites - Just a small slice of the moon, commemorating the original moon landing 36 years ago. Still cool, though.
erikbenson : Google Moon - Zoom in all the way to see the moon at a level of detail never experienced before.
Linkorama : Google Moon - Honestly, if you are going to visit a fairly large moon, why would you keep going to the same place? What is this, Lunar Vegas?#
15/07/2005 @ 23:56 UTC
Andy Baio : Django, like Rails for Python - outstanding new web framework by Adrian Holovaty and Simon Willison; read the overview
joshua : Django - python on rails?
Rod Begbie : Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - The continued quest to create a "Python on Rails" turns up this interesting looking app. To be investigated further. [via] #
François Nonnenmacher : Django - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design
Paul Hammond : Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
jimray : Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - Looks like Ruby on Rails for Python
Nelson Minar : Django: PyWeb code - Maybe this will be The One? Python has really needed a better webapp framework.
Simon Willison : Django: The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - I helped develop this. Start with the overview. I'll write more later.
kayodeok : The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design
bmilleare : Django - Python web framework#
15/07/2005 @ 09:56 UTC
Isofarro : Tim Bray: Atom 1.0 - 'Now would be a good time for implementors to roll up their sleeves and go to work.'
tehu : Atom 1.0 release ! - Enfin ! You just have to wait until December for the Atom API. You can't have it all...
François Nonnenmacher : Atom 1.0 - Cooked and ready to serve
jkottke : Atom 1.0 - The Atom format finally goes 1.0.
Paul Hammond : ongoing Ã‚Â· Atom 1.0 - Now would be a good time for implementors to roll up their sleeves and go to work#
14/07/2005 @ 14:55 UTC
Milo Vermeulen : Art. Lebedev - Optimus keyboard
gleuschk : awesome lcd keyboard - holy cow, now, *that's* the future
tehu : Optimus keyboard : LCD on your keys - Oh I want one ! Patents pending ? Gosh !
Matthew M. Boedicker : keyboard where each key is a mini LCD
jkottke : Whoa, each key on this keyboard is a little computer screen - I'd love to use the typeface of my choosing for my keyboard.
plasticbag : The Optimus keyboard has a tiny screen under each key, so that you can remap it easily to any combination - Mr Webb informs me that each button costs tens of dollars at the moment, and as such it doesn't look likely to go on the market any time soon - but it rocks and I want one...
Simon Willison : Optimus keyboard - Every key is a colour screen.#
12/05/2005 @ 15:58 UTC
adash : KITTENWAR - This is what the internet was made for.
Jeremy Zawodny : kittenwar.com - kittenwar.com: dear god, that's addictive
plasticbag : Kitten War... May the cutest kitten win... - Most of these cats look moth-eared and grouchy. My kitten was much cuter when I was a kid. Bah.
Ethan Marcotte : Kitten War! - Say it with me: "Awwww..."
wearehugh : Kittenwar! May The Cutest Kitten Win!
deusx : Kittenwar! May The Cutest Kitten Win! - Click the cutest kitten picture!
nelson : Kittenwar! - A Hot or Not site full of pussies#
11/05/2005 @ 16:56 UTC
znarf : BBC Backstage - "backstage.bbc.co.uk is the BBC's new developer network, providing content feeds for anyone to build with. Alternatively, share your ideas on new ways to use BBC content. This is your BBC. We want to help you play." Waow, this rocks ! [via] #
jimray : BBC backstage - The beeb gets remix religion
kayodeok : BBC Backstage: Build what you want using BBC content - backstage.bbc.co.uk is the BBC's new developer network, providing content feeds for anyone to build with.
François Nonnenmacher : backstage.bbc.co.uk - Build what you want using BBC content -- an API to the BBC!#
10/05/2005 @ 18:56 UTC
Isofarro : Dive into greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim is back with another awesome online book.
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
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
Paul Hammond : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Teaching an old web new tricks#
28/04/2005 @ 08:56 UTC
Ethan Marcotte : Safari is the first to pass the Acid2 test - And he posts the KHTML patches to boot. What a rockstar, that Dave Hyatt.
François Nonnenmacher : Safari Passes the Acid2 Test - Kudos to Hyatt and Apple. Now the $64,000 question is: will IE7 pass it too?
kayodeok : Safari Passes the Acid2 Test
jimray : Safari passes Acid 2 - Safari's rendering engine is now the most standards compliant - uber l33t
Paul Hammond : Surfin' Safari - Safari Passes the Acid2 Test - There were two issues left that needed to be resolved
Simon Willison : Safari passes the Acid2 test - Dave Hyatt runs rings around the rest.
Eric Meyer : Safari Passes the Acid2 Test - Hyatt's da man.#
24/04/2005 @ 07:58 UTC
kayodeok : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Things You Can Do With Aardvark: Clean up unwanted banners and surrounding "fluff," especially prior to printing a page, See how the page is created, block by block
plasticbag : Aardvark Firefox Extension - This looks like a stunningly useful little Firefox extension for debugging and exploring HTML / XTML documents online
Jeremy Zawodny : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Aardvark Firefox Extension: excellent firefox tool for identifying page bits
Simon Willison : Aardvark Firefox Extension - Neat extension for exploring (and altering) the layout of a page.
Richard Rutter : Aardvark Firefox extension - Handy web developer tool for highlighting boxes, ids & classes. [via plasticbag.org]
Paul Hammond : Aardvark Firefox Extension - a tool for web developers/designers as well as casual users#
18/04/2005 @ 11:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Adobe buys Macromedia! - all-stock buyout for $3.4 billion
jkottke : Whoa! Adobe to buy Macromedia?!!?!?! - Wow! ??!!?!??!! I don't think there's enough room in my MT database for all the question marks and exclamation points I want to use here.
Ethan Marcotte : Adobe buys Macromedia - Welcome to the world of the Ã¼bercorp.
kayodeok : Adobe acquires Macromedia - Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Macromedia (Nasdaq: MACR) in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion
tehu : Adobe to acquire Macromedia - Why reinvent Flash when we can buy its owner ?
deusx : About Adobe - Adobe to acquire Macromedia - "Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq: ADBE) has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Macromedia (Nasdaq: MACR) in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion." Holy crap.
Paul Hammond : About Adobe - Adobe to acquire Macromedia - The combination of Adobe and Macromedia strengthens our mission of helping people and organizations communicate better#
5/04/2005 @ 09:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Maciej on Paul Graham and other blowhards - I love a spirited rant
Wayne Burkett : Idle Words: Dabblers and Blowhards - "I am not qualified to call bullshit on Paul Graham when he writes about programming, history, starting a business, or even growing up as a social pariah, but I do know enough about art to see when someone is just making shit up." #
Rod Begbie : Dabblers and Blowhards - Paul Graham (and ESR, and Winer) in bullshit-rant shocker. Despite people pointing to them, I've never been able to read a Paul Graham essay. Favourite quote: "Great paintings, for example, get you laid in a way that great computer programs never do." [via] #
jkottke : Dabblers and Blowhards, or Why hackers are nothing like painters - Maciej takes issue with Paul Graham's non-technical body of writing.
deusx : Idle Words - Dabblers and Blowhards - "But you, sir, are no painter."
jimray : Dabblers and blowhards - Maciej Ceglowski doesn't think hackers are anything like painters [via Daring Fireball]
cameron : Idle Words: Dabblers and Blowhards - Maciej reveals the truth: programming is nothing like painting, as painters get laid for what they do
Steve Cook : Maciej Ceglowski beats the crap out of "Hackers and Painters" - He's got a beef with the Paul Graham/Dave Winer/ESR style of "hackers are" essay, and calls bullshit on Graham's qualifications to even -talk- about painting. (via Waxy)
plasticbag : A glorious response to essays on Hackers and Painters... - "Great paintings, for example, get you laid in a way that great computer programs never do. Even not-so-great paintings - in fact, any slapdash attempt at splashing paint onto a surface - will get you laid more than writing software"
Paul Hammond : Idle Words - Dabblers and Blowhards - So let me say it simply - hackers are nothing like painters.#
30/03/2005 @ 04:55 UTC
deusx : [delicious-discuss] big news - "I've decided to quit my job and workon del.icio.us full time." Holy shit. Congratulations!
jkottke : Josh Schachter has taken on some outside investment and is doing del.icio.us full-time - Congratulations to Josh...looking forward to seeing what happens.
plasticbag : Josh Schachter quits his job to take del.icio.us professional - I really hope this one works out for him. I'm a bit nervous that it won't easily translate into a commercial space...
ricmac : delicious gets investor capital - Joshua: "I've decided to quit my job and work on del.icio.us full time." Congrats! (via waxy.org)
Nelson Minar : del.icio.us full time - Joshua announces funding and a new concentration
Simon Willison : [delicious-discuss] big news - Joshua has funding, and is now working on del.icio.us full time.
jimray : Josh Schachter quits his job to do del.icio.us full time - Also, inboxes are back!#
3/03/2005 @ 19:55 UTC
jkottke : Sajax is a PHP toolkit for Ajax - No more excuses...playing around with this is to commence in a few days.
François Nonnenmacher : Sajax - Simple Ajax frameworks in PHP
ricmac : SAJAX - Simple Ajax Toolkit - "The toolkit does 99% of the work for you so you have no excuse to not use it." WOW! (via waxy.org)
jimray : SAJAX - Simple Ajax Toolkit by ModernMethod - PHP toolkit for implementing Ajax [via joeweiss]
bmilleare : SAJAX - Simple Ajax Toolkit#
16/02/2005 @ 07:58 UTC
Matthew M. Boedicker : jwz on open source groupware
jkottke : Jamie Zawinski on making software for users, not for managers
Nelson Minar : jwz groupware rant - Most insightful thing I've read about product design in a long time (via HotLinks)#
9/02/2005 @ 22:56 UTC
jkottke : A quick overview of how Google Maps works
jimray : Mapping Google - Under the hood with Google Maps [via /.]
philgyford : As simple as possible, but no simpler: Mapping Google - Roughly how the client-side of Google Maps works.
Paul Hammond : as simple as possible, but no simpler: Mapping Google - XHTML Strict/CSS/etc be damned. At the end of the day, what really matters to users is compelling apps that let them get their work done quickly
Jeremy Zawodny : Mapping Google - Mapping Google: ther's some really smart shit going on in the google maps implementation
bmilleare : Mapping Google#
8/02/2005 @ 06:55 UTC
Jeremy Zawodny : Google Maps - Google Maps: just what you think it is
doug : Google Maps - Check out Google?s way-cool mapping service in any non-Safari browser. Drag the map around, quick zooming, directions from A to B, beautiful detail, and more? Look out MapQuest.
jkottke : Google Maps is in beta - Safari not supported yet.
Dan Cederholm : Google Maps - Linked from everywhere, but worth it. Hope to see support for Safari, eventually.
gleuschk : new button on Google Maps: Hybrid - superextramegacool#
2/02/2005 @ 01:05 UTC
Dan Cederholm : PanicGoods - Cool t-shirts from a cool software company. Check out the drag n' drop interface.
jkottke : Panic has a great drag and drop shopping cart
jonhicks : New Panic Katamari T Shirts - Gorgeous designs, and from previous experience, best quality shirts I've ever bought.#
25/01/2005 @ 04:01 UTC
Steve Cook : PostSecret - See a secret, share a secret, via the US mail.
bmilleare : PostSecret
Ethan Marcotte : PostSecret - Just...well, incredible.
jkottke : Postsecret: send your secret in on a postcard and it'll get put up on this site - Like grouphug.us, but way more effective because of the handmade cards.
kaninka.net : http://postsecret.blogspot.com/ - Sendu leyndarmÃ¡lin Ã¡ pÃ³stkorti
jimray : PostSecret - Share your secret. Absolutely beautiful
Jeremy Zawodny : PostSecret - PostSecret: so much fun to read#
5/01/2005 @ 04:55 UTC
Erik Benson : Six Apart is going to buy Live Journal? - Live Journal is awesome. I think this is a great move for Six Apart, and I'm pretty sure they'll only do good things for the service.
jkottke : Six Apart to purchase Live Journal? - Ok, that's weird.
François Nonnenmacher : Six Apart to buy Live Journal - Blogging Empire
plasticbag : The Rumour Mill says that Six Apart is going to buy Live Journal - "I have learnt exclusively that Six Apart, the parent company behind hosted blogging service TypePad, and Moveable Type is about to acquire Live Journal, for an undisclosed amount. The deal is a mix of stock and cash..."
deusx : Om Malik on Broadband Ã‚Â» Six Apart to buy Live Journal - "I have learnt exclusively that Six Apart ... is about to acquire Live Journal." Whoa. I can't decide if this is significant or a minor cough
Jeremy Zawodny : Six Apart to buy Live Journal - Six Apart to buy Live Journal: I didn't see that coming#
18/11/2004 @ 14:55 UTC
plasticbag : Google Scholar - a new way of navigating through scholarly materials - This is pretty awesome - using keyword searches and citations to help you find academic materials from across the web. When it can, it links through to PDFs of the articles concerned. Many hours of fun to be had here...
Jeremy Zawodny : google scholar - google scholar: beta, of course
cameron : Google Scholar - citeseer destroyer
Simon Willison : Google Scholar - Search academic papers. Invaluable for degree course final year projects.
Kayode Okeyode : Google Scholar: Stand on the shoulders of giants
Philippe Janvier : Google Scholar - Mémoires de fin d'année :) "We at Google have benefited much from academic research. This is one of the ways in which we are giving back to the research community." [via] #
Linkorama : Google Scholar - Stand on the shoulders of giants#
12/11/2004 @ 02:55 UTC
Eric Meyer : The True Story of Audion - The thrilling tale of two guys from Portland and the Mac software they created. Lengthy, but worth it. From the creators of Transmit, one of my must-have applications.
jkottke : The true story of Audion - An independent Mac software developer loving tells the story of the little MP3 player that could. Worth a read. (Comment on this)
deusx : Panic - Extras - The True Story of Audion - "Is it just me? I mean, do you ever wonder about the stories behind everyday products?" Great story. Click on the links.
Phil Gyford : Panic - Extras - The True Story of Audion - Cabel Sasser on the story of developing Audion and the emergence of iTunes. A long but great read.
Jon Hicks : The True Story of Audion - I know the would and his wife have linked to this, but it really is worth your time!
Jeremy Zawodny : The True Story of Audion - The True Story of Audion: It seems you can either be free to do anything you want, to create anything you dream of without answering to anyone, or you can be rich. You're not likely to be both.#
14/10/2004 @ 16:55 UTC
jkottke : Google launches beta of Desktop Search - Windows only...hopefully Mac support is on the way?
Paul Hammond : Google Desktop Search Download - Search your own computer.
Matthew M. Boedicker : Google Desktop beta indexes the contents of your computer
jimray : Google Desktop Search Download - Now indexes PDF, music, image, video files and Mozilla based apps. Also has a plug-in architecture. Well done!#
6/10/2004 @ 21:56 UTC
Jon Hicks : Skinning Gmail with CSS - Take Firefox, some per-domain rules, and your own CSS, and you have Gmail the way you want it
Adam Gessaman : Skinning Gmail with a Custom Stylesheet - I actually like this more mellow look, but the mouse-overs were too annoying to use on a permanent basis. Maybe I'll try my hand at styling gmail at some point.
Tristan Rivoallan : Skinning Gmail with a Custom Stylesheet [persistent.info] - super hype
deusx : Skinning Gmail with a Custom Stylesheet [persistent.info] - Not all that thrilled with GMail, but this rocks.
jkottke : You can skin Gmail with a custom stylesheet in Firefox - Nice little hack.
bmilleare : Skinning Gmail with CSS#
6/10/2004 @ 00:55 UTC
Graham Leuschke : An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design - math.syr.edu, are you listening to me?
Tristan Rivoallan : 37signals: An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design
jkottke : An introduction to using pattern in Web design - After Christopher Alexander's A Pattern Language.
veen : 37signals: An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design - "To make better sites ? sites that are functional, beautiful, and \"usable\" ? we have to break our design problems up into small independent chunks based on the real issues within our requirements."
Andy Baio : 37 Signals' Intro to Using Patterns in Web Design - a simple guide for laying out usable sites
Ethan Marcotte : An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design - Nice lil' article from 37signals. I heart IA.
Paul Hammond : 37signals: An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design - a pattern is a way of dealing with a system of interacting forces
Dan Cederholm : An Introduction to Using Patterns in Web Design - Interesting and nicely illustrated tutorial on mapping out 'chunks' of web pages. @37signals.#
5/10/2004 @ 04:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Evan Williams leaves Blogger - maybe he'll become a chef, too
Jeremy Zawodny : evan leaving google - evan leaving google: he created something great and the world is better for it
tehu : Next? Evan Williams leaves Blogger - Watch this space for updates. I'm actually looking forward to blogging a bit. Ya know, cuz I'll have the time.
Aquarion : Evan leaves Blogger
jkottke : Ev leaves Google
Adam Gessaman : Ev leaves Blogger/Google
Paul Hammond : evhead: Next? - I've decided it's something different than I do now
Tom Coates : I've been sitting on this link for a few days because I wanted to give it the write-up it deserved, but I don't know that I'm going to have the chance. So well done Ev for getting Blogger and the weblog community where it is today, take a break - you dese - I've been sitting on this link for a few days because I wanted to give it the write-up it deserved, but I don't know that I'm going to have the chance. So well done Ev for getting Blogger and the weblog community where it is today, take a b#