Andy Baio blogs at http://www.waxy.org/ xml

Kottke on My Dirty iPod

6/11/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Kottke on My Dirty iPod - I'll let him link to it, since it's explicit NSFW

Google adds Creative Commons license search

6/11/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Google adds Creative Commons license search - like Flickr, the ability to filter website by usage rights is wonderful

NYT tech columnist on the future of Yahoo

6/11/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

Andy Baio : NYT tech columnist on the future of Yahoo - whoa, with a mention of Upcoming

ricmac : A Journey to the Center of Yahoo - New York Times

Jeremy Zawodny : A Journey to the Center of Yahoo - A Journey to the Center of Yahoo: NYT article about what's going on at Yahoo

deusx : A Journey to the Center of Yahoo - New York Times - "What is different is Yahoo's systematic plan to build "community intelligence" into nearly all aspects of its operation"

Something Awful on honest game titles

6/11/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Something Awful on honest game titles - the first one is brilliant, but they're all good

Dave Cassel's 100 Greatest Internet Moments

6/11/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Dave Cassel's 100 Greatest Internet Moments - some serious nostalgia, mining the early web for memes and culture

Matthew M. Boedicker : 100 greatest internet moments

jkottke : Compilation of the 100 greatest internet moments - Fun compilation of the 100 greatest internet moments. (via waxy!, i think) [via]

Rod Begbie : Greatest Internet Moments - A nostalgic selection of memes and history from the last ten years. [via#

Best privacy policy ever

4/11/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Best privacy policy ever - a shadowy flight into the dangerous world of a privacy policy that does not exist

Amazon Mechanical Turk - Welcome

4/11/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

jimray : Amazon Mechanical Turk - Welcome - Artificial artificial intelligence - what happens when someone sets up an HIT to defeat captchas?

Paul Hammond : Amazon Mechanical Turk - Welcome - Complete simple tasks that people do better than computers

Andy Baio : Amazon redesigns Mechanical Turk with web-based creation tools - creating HITs now requires no programming; just pick a template and upload a CSV with the values

Japanese blogger poisons mother in homage to killer

4/11/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Japanese blogger poisons mother in homage to killer - with translated excerpts from her blog

White Stripes cover Tegan and Sara on new EP

4/11/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

Andy Baio : White Stripes cover Tegan and Sara on new EP - nice homage, but the original is much better; judge for yourself  [via]

Rasmus Lerdorf's PHP tutorial on the new Yahoo geocoder

4/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Rasmus Lerdorf's PHP tutorial on the new Yahoo geocoder - for me, the geocoding platform is just as important as the new maps UI  [via]

MySpace starts record label

4/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Andy Baio : MySpace starts record label - sounds like a natural fit

Alisa Viejo teen murderer posted on Something Awful, Anandtech, others

4/11/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Alisa Viejo teen murderer posted on Something Awful, Anandtech, others - he was about shotguns on SA, then killed his neighbors and himself three days later

Inside Google Desktop

4/11/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Inside Google Desktop - Inside Google Desktop: google desktop blog

Andy Baio : Google Desktop 2 launches - with support for user-created plugins  [via]

Amazon Mechanical Turk

4/11/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Amazon Mechanical Turk - develop questions that can only be answered by humans, make money answering them

Matthew M. Boedicker : Amazon mechanical turk, make money for doing repetitive tasks that computers aren't good at

Rod Begbie : Amazon Mechanical Turk - Get paid for grunt-work that's too complex for computers to deal with. Awesome name, and further proof that Amazon is really competing with Google, not buy.com. [via#

plasticbag : Does anyone know if it's possible to add HITs to Amazon Mechanical Turk if you're outside the US? - I'm really interested in what I could do with mturk, but it seems like you have to have a US bank account to use it at all, which is profoundly frustrating...

Fark makes violent videogames friendly

3/11/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Fark makes violent videogames friendly - my favorites are Duck Hunt, Pac-Man and Postal  [via]

Cafepress copyright police shut down parody t-shirts for non-existent drug

3/11/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Cafepress copyright police shut down parody t-shirts for non-existent drug - the Panexa site is great, too  [via]

Yahoo! Maps beta

3/11/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Yahoo! Maps beta - developers have already built some neat apps, including the outstanding MashUpcoming

jimray : Yahoo! Maps beta in Flash

plasticbag : Yahoo's new improved beta version of Maps is pretty damn nice - This version now covers more than North American (albeit in pretty skimpy detail) and has integrated in satellite and hybrid views. The way the satellite views are being stitched and processed is particularly good...

BitTorrent for Dummies

1/11/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Andy Baio : BitTorrent for Dummies - it doesn't get much more mainstream than this  [via]

NBC News to broadcast online

1/11/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Andy Baio : NBC News to broadcast online - for free in its entirety, with past shows archived historically  [via]

Mark's Sysinternals Blog: Sony, Rootkits and Digital Rights Management Gone Too Far

1/11/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

kayodeok : Mark's Sysinternals Blog: Sony, Rootkits and Digital Rights Management Gone Too Far - Sony, Rootkits and Digital Rights Management Gone Too Far

Andy Baio : Sony CD installs DRM rootkit? - malware that hides itself and impossible for almost everyone to remove  [via]

Rod Begbie : Mark's Sysinternals Blog: Sony, Rootkits and Digital Rights Management Gone Too Far - Sony are now using Windows vulnerabilities to hide DRM software on Windows PCs so that users can't uninstall them. Fuckers. [via#

Nelson Minar : Evil Sony DRM - Lots of rootkit crap just to play a crappy CD (via BoingBoing)

Apple sells 1 million videos in first 20 days

31/10/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Apple sells 1 million videos in first 20 days - considering the limited library, this is impressive  [via]

Upcoming.org on the TiVo

31/10/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Upcoming.org on the TiVo - using Galleon, a wonderful open-source media browser

Archie goes goth

28/10/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Archie goes goth - totally dismal and excellent

Nelson Minar : Dismal and excellent - Archie comics gets hip, ca. 1987 (via Waxy)

Rod Begbie : Archie Goes Goth - "Totally dismal and excellent" [via#

Flickr is printing now

27/10/2005 @ 06:56 UTC

jimray : Flickr is printing now - I'm simultaneously confused about why people need this and delighted that it now exists. Lots of cool stuff in the works, too.

jkottke : You can now get prints of your photos from Flickr - You can now get prints of your photos from Flickr (in the US, more locations coming soon). You can also do a bunch of other things, like get books printed, back up your photos to DVD, and get stamps printed.

Andy Baio : Flickr adds photo printing! - by mail, or pick them up at your local Target store for one hour printing  [via]

Linkorama : Flickr Printing! - About damn time

Simon Willison : Flickr printing now available (US only) - You can also order your photos as stamps!

Google Base launching soon

25/10/2005 @ 19:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Google Base launching soon - an open database of structured content

jkottke : Google Base - Google is launching something called Google Base soon...an open web database type thingie. From what little info there is, this sounds very cool. (via waxy) [via]

jimray : Google personal database app coming? - Sounds like a web-based "keep track of all your life" app, not so much a replacement for MySQL, though

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