Jeff Veen blogs at http://www.veen.com/jeff/ xml

XML.com: Analyzing the Web

7/11/2005 @ 19:57 UTC

veen : XML.com: Analyzing the Web - Towards a common XML format for web server logs

Simon's Space

7/11/2005 @ 19:56 UTC

veen : Simon's Space

connecting*the*dots: UX Review: Adaptive Path's Measure Map

3/11/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

veen : connecting*the*dots: UX Review: Adaptive Path's Measure Map - "Overall, the presentation of Measure Map is a joy of an experience to view, read, manipulate and explore [...] I fall in the advanced camp, so some of my needs aren't fully supported, but as an alpha release, man, this thing is looking like a home run."

Garrett Dimon: Putting People First

3/11/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

veen : Garrett Dimon: Putting People First - "Instead of just presenting bar charts and numbers. Measure Map 'speaks' to you in normal language that puts things in context."

MeasureMap. Does it MeasureUp? (blogging.wurk.net)

3/11/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

veen : MeasureMap. Does it MeasureUp? (blogging.wurk.net) - Barry Bell writes up a detailed a fair review.

wallet candy | Ticketstubs

2/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

veen : wallet candy | Ticketstubs - Merlin: " It nestled next to the stub in the ass-fired furnace of my velcro-closure Adam & the Ants billfold for the duration of our tumultuous mash session, fusing itself with the original wallet candy that had made me feel a little less like a kid."

Flight Patterns

2/11/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : Flight Patterns - Some beautiful visualizations generated from FAA data of all flights over the USA one day in March. [via#

veen : Flight Patterns - Beautiful visualizations of North American air traffic

jkottke : Flight pattern visualizations - Beautiful flight pattern visualizations over the US based on data from the FAA. (via ia) [via]

gleuschk : Amazing Flight Pattern simulations - reminds me of War Games

philgyford : Flight Patterns - Gorgeous animations of flights over the US. Better than it sounds. (via Kottke)

Digital Web Magazine - Measure Map

1/11/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

veen : Digital Web Magazine - Measure Map - "This is something my uncle could use..."

What do you get when you combine Ajax, XML, HTML, CSS and Flash?

27/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

veen : What do you get when you combine Ajax, XML, HTML, CSS and Flash? - answer: Measure Map

Slim Devices : Product Info : Hardware

26/10/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

veen : Slim Devices : Product Info : Hardware - The new Squeezebox is beautiful.

75 Reasons to Be Glad You're an American Entrepreneur Right Now

24/10/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

veen : 75 Reasons to Be Glad You're an American Entrepreneur Right Now - "[How] culture, the economy, and entrepreneurship's own history are combining to make this a great time--the best time, in fact--to be building a business."

jimray : 75 Reasons to Be Glad You're an American Entrepreneur Right Now

Followup/Distraction (Ftrain.com)

16/10/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

veen : Followup/Distraction (Ftrain.com) - "I worry that my knowledge of the world is actually growing shallower, in fact, because for every idea there are a dozen articles and Wikipedia entries to read that allow me to avoid thinking for myself."

merlinmann : Followup/Distraction (Ftrain.com)

Andy Baio : Paul Ford's Followup/Distraction - "There are two kinds of distraction, at least."  [via]

Wired redesign turns 3

15/10/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Eric Meyer : Wired redesign turns 3 - It was an incredibly important milestone in the standards-design movement, and worth recalling on its anniversary.

veen : Stopdesign | Wired redesign turns 3 - "Silently, and with no fanfare, the Wired News redesign of 2002 turned 3 years old a few days ago"

Treasure (Measure) Map | And all that Malarkey

13/10/2005 @ 21:56 UTC

veen : Treasure (Measure) Map | And all that Malarkey

Measure Map blog stats service from Adaptive Path - The Social Software Weblog

13/10/2005 @ 21:56 UTC

veen : Measure Map blog stats service from Adaptive Path - The Social Software Weblog

Download Squad

13/10/2005 @ 21:56 UTC

veen : Download Squad

JD on MX: Veen on Measure Map

13/10/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

veen : JD on MX: Veen on Measure Map

TechCrunch » Measure Map To Launch by Year End

13/10/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

veen : TechCrunch » Measure Map To Launch by Year End

Why Ajax Matters Now

16/09/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

veen : Why Ajax Matters Now - The rise of Ajax represents the new and widening recognition that the days of “Yes, if…� are numbered.

The Onion: Halliburton Gets Contract To Pry Gold Fillings From New Orleans Corpses' Teeth

14/09/2005 @ 07:56 UTC

veen : The Onion: Halliburton Gets Contract To Pry Gold Fillings From New Orleans Corpses' Teeth

jimray : Halliburton Gets Contract To Pry Gold Fillings From New Orleans Corpses' Teeth - "The gold we recover from the human rubble of Katrina can be used to make fighter-jet electronics, supercomputer chips, inflation-proof A-grade investments, and luxury yachting watches."

TiVo adds copyright protection, blocks transfers, and auto-deletes some shows

13/09/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

Andy Baio : TiVo adds copyright protection, blocks transfers, and auto-deletes some shows - this is a terrible move; I feel personally betrayed as an evangelist of their product since 2000

jkottke : TiVo hates its customers - TiVo's new OS adds content "protection", which means if the copyright holder of Seinfeld wants your TiVo to delete the show after a week whether you've watched it or not, that's what it's going to do. I love my TiVo and I'm currently suffering from outrag [via]

veen : TiVo 7.2 OS adds content protection, blocks transfers, and auto-deletes some shows - A bug? Maybe, but a also a glimpse of a DRMed future...

Nelson Minar : More TiVo stupidity - Matt breaks it down (via Marc)

plasticbag : TiVo 7.2 OS adds content protection, blocks transfers, and auto-deletes some shows - Lots of discussion about this one. Basically it's a PVR with rights controls imposed from the studios and broadcasters - designed for pay-per-view stuff...

How I learned to stop worrying and relinquish control

12/09/2005 @ 03:56 UTC

veen : How I learned to stop worrying and relinquish control - "Again and again, the history of the Web shows us the value of relinquishing control."

deusx : adaptive path - how i learned to stop worrying and relinquish control - "Relinquishing control is becoming a requirement in all aspects of Internet businesses."

Web 2.0: The Power Behind the Hype

12/09/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

veen : Web 2.0: The Power Behind the Hype - Jared takes a nice rational look at the buzzwords

jimray : Web 2.0: The Power Behind the Hype - Don't build a web app anymore without most of these

Top 8 Reasons HCI is in its Stone Age

7/09/2005 @ 20:56 UTC

gleuschk : Top 8 Reasons HCI is in its Stone Age - excellent points here

veen : Anonymous Usability Designer: Top 8 Reasons HCI is in its Stone Age - Good article, though a little like writing "Why the telegraph is unsuited for voice"

plasticbag : Top 8 Reasons HCI is in its Stone Age - This piece really reminds me of my old boss Stefan Magdalinski, except without the slightly crazed look, bead of sweat and slathering...

Mike Chambers: Flash and Web 2.0

31/08/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

veen : Mike Chambers: Flash and Web 2.0 - Is Flash Ajax? Can Ajax have Flash? Is it really version 2 of anything?

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