EV1Servers - RapidSSL

19/11/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

Rod Begbie : EV1Servers - RapidSSL - This isn't a bad deal at all: $15 for an SSL certificate recognized as valid by any moderately-recent webbrowser. Perfect for your home-run webmail server. #

Edevil’s weblog » Javascript libraries roundup

19/11/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

philgyford : Edevil’s weblog » Javascript libraries roundup - Handy collection of Javascript libraries for complicated things for future reference. (via Yoz)

Isofarro : Javascript libraries roundup - Huge list of libraries and toolkits for developing JavaScript and AJAX powered applications.

BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » Google Base v. microformats

19/11/2005 @ 22:55 UTC

ricmac : BuzzMachine » Blog Archive » Google Base v. microformats - "The key question for any company today is: How do you play in the distributed world? How do you stop the 1.0 insistence of having to control and own and how do you instead make money by enabling others?"

Linkorama : Google Base v. microformats - Maybe that's what I was getting at with the ping war thing

kayodeok : BuzzMachine: Google Base v. microformats - The key question for any company today is: How do you play in the distributed world? How do you stop the 1.0 insistence of having to control and own and how do you instead make money by enabling others? That was where Google’s own gigantic growth w

Mark Pincus Blog: is google going off 'base'?

19/11/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

ricmac : Mark Pincus Blog: is google going off 'base'? - "google base is a very msft mba approach to the world. while it makes business sense, it lacks soul. it does as little to help the community as bringing in a walmart. in fact, google feels a like walmart today."

China's Alibaba to thrash Google 'sharks' - vnunet.com

19/11/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

ricmac : China's Alibaba to thrash Google 'sharks' - vnunet.com - "Geography and/or geopolitics apparently loom large in Ma's worldview. He told reporters that while Google (nasdaq: GOOG - news - people ) and Yahoo! dominate Europe and the U.S., neither is in a position to rule Asia."

video of David Gilmour and Roger Waters showing how they used synths to make Dark Side of the Moon

19/11/2005 @ 19:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : video of David Gilmour and Roger Waters showing how they used synths to make Dark Side of the Moon

Boston at risk for devastating earthquake?

19/11/2005 @ 18:56 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Boston at risk for devastating earthquake?

UZI owner's manuals

19/11/2005 @ 18:55 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : UZI owner's manuals

beg the question

19/11/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

joshua : beg the question - an entire website for being pedantic on one single point

Introducing SPARQL

19/11/2005 @ 13:55 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Introducing SPARQL - "...a query language and data access protocol for the Semantic Web." [via#

The egalitarian effect of search engines

19/11/2005 @ 12:56 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : The egalitarian effect of search engines - Study shows that the use of search engines actually has an egalitarian effect

Finding good food in an unfamiliar city

19/11/2005 @ 12:55 UTC

jkottke : Finding good food in an unfamiliar city - Matt writes about finding good food in an unfamiliar city. We've been struggling with this on our trip to Asia. Offline approaches (books, recommendations by locals, etc.) seem to work well, as does taking a peek on eGullet or Chowhound.

Free Base

19/11/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : Free Base - Google Base: Posting, Subcribing, Tagging, and Search are an ecosystem that Google wants to own

The (Weak) Pulse of Web 2.0? (web2.wsj2.com)

19/11/2005 @ 11:55 UTC

ricmac : The (Weak) Pulse of Web 2.0? (web2.wsj2.com)

On why Google Base is a really big deal

19/11/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

François Nonnenmacher : On why Google Base is a really big deal

Senator Barack Obama Knox College Commencement Address

19/11/2005 @ 10:55 UTC

ricmac : Senator Barack Obama Knox College Commencement Address - This man is destined to be US President (hopefully). quote: "...it’s only when you hitch your wagon to something larger than yourself that you realize your true potential."

deusx : Commencement Address - Remarks of Senator Barack Obama - This strikes me as a hell of a lot more inspiring than that jackass Bush saying, "And to you 'C' students, you too can be president of the United States."

Mustard PacMan

19/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Nelson Minar : Mustard PacMan - Silly, funny

Back Off, Porky.

19/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

ricmac : Back Off, Porky. - Angry AOL Journals user vents over AOL putting ads in the service: "QUITBEING STINGY PIGS ALWAYS WANTING MORE."

Search Engine Journal » Ask Jeeves Search & Web 2.0 - CNET Japan Search Conference

19/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

ricmac : Search Engine Journal » Ask Jeeves Search & Web 2.0 - CNET Japan Search Conference

John Cook's Venture Blog - Defining Web 2.0

19/11/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

ricmac : John Cook's Venture Blog - Defining Web 2.0 - Gives 3 examples of small start-ups.

STXXL: C++ Standard Template Library for Extra Large Data Sets

19/11/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

joshua : STXXL: C++ Standard Template Library for Extra Large Data Sets

Welcome to OPeNDAP: Open-source Project for a Network Data Access Protocol

19/11/2005 @ 07:55 UTC

joshua : Welcome to OPeNDAP: Open-source Project for a Network Data Access Protocol - remotely access scientific datasets

Sony's DRM Rootkit: The Real Story

19/11/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Linkorama : Sony's DRM Rootkit: The Real Story - What happens when the creators of malware collude with the very companies we hire to protect us from that malware?

Lessig: Google Book Debate

19/11/2005 @ 03:57 UTC

Linkorama : Lessig: Google Book Debate - nd so if that’s so, then if Google Book Search is fair use. not only is Google doing nothing wrong. Google is, from the perspective of the authors and publishers, doing something extra nice � giving them the permission to opt out of the inde

laser etching a woodcut of a tarsier onto a Powerbook

19/11/2005 @ 03:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : laser etching a woodcut of a tarsier onto a Powerbook

transit token cufflinks

19/11/2005 @ 03:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : transit token cufflinks

Sitescore analysis of mboedick.org

19/11/2005 @ 03:57 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Sitescore analysis of mboedick.org

I Heart Rootkit | The T-Shirt

19/11/2005 @ 03:56 UTC

jimray : I Heart Rootkit | The T-Shirt - Brilliant

plasticbag : Celebrate your love of Sony BMG with an 'I {heart} rootkit' t-shirt - Show your love for the arch super-villains today!

China Web2.0 Review » Chinese Blogosphere on Web2.0

19/11/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

ricmac : China Web2.0 Review » Chinese Blogosphere on Web2.0 - "This post is a wrap-up of Chinese Bloggers’ thought on web2.0 development."

Russell Beattie earning 3x as much with YPN as Goog Adsense

19/11/2005 @ 03:55 UTC

ricmac : Russell Beattie earning 3x as much with YPN as Goog Adsense - "I used to use AdSense earlier in the year with the same amount of traffic, and I’m now earning three times as much as I did then."

Manipulating XML at the command line with xmlstarlet : Page 2

19/11/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

deusx : Manipulating XML at the command line with xmlstarlet : Page 2 - xmlstarlet is the grep/awk/sed of XML

Isofarro : Manipulating XML at the command line with xmlstarlet - CLI query, select and manipulation with xmlstartlet. Is it comparable to xsh?

Boing Boing: iTunes creates a security hole?

19/11/2005 @ 01:56 UTC

Rod Begbie : Boing Boing: iTunes creates a security hole? - *Jawdroppingly* idiotic rant from Cory, trying to draw anti-DRM points from a completely non-DRM-related security flaw in iTunes. Is it my imagination, or is his signal to ranting-clueless-fuckwit ratio dropping of late? #

AllYourWords.com

19/11/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

ricmac : AllYourWords.com - " AllYourWords.com is a social word association engine. Enter a word and you view the website associated with that word."

Stop card sharp practice

19/11/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Stop card sharp practice - Which? found that 21 per cent of people would give their account number to a caller claiming to be their bank or credit card company.

W3C Web APIs Working Group

19/11/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : W3C Web APIs Working Group - A welcome addition. [via]

Unicodification

19/11/2005 @ 01:55 UTC

Simon Willison : Unicodification - How to handle unicode in Python web applications. [via]

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