War of the hell

30/12/2005 @ 23:08 UTC

Nelson Minar : War of the hell - Cute Java game

deusx : [ WAR OF THE HELL] by DOFI-BLOG ã?©ã?µã?ƒã?¶ã‚?ã?? - Creepy game where you rescue stick figures in hell by flinging them into heaven with a mouse-controlled dangling rope

Suck.com taken offline, replaced by porn portal

30/12/2005 @ 23:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Suck.com taken offline, replaced by porn portal - suck, suck, sucks

Spy scandal inquiry

30/12/2005 @ 22:08 UTC

Nelson Minar : Spy scandal inquiry - Only they're investigating the wrong people

Pimp my Nutcracker

30/12/2005 @ 22:08 UTC

Nelson Minar : Pimp my Nutcracker - Ho ho ho, Ho

Top 10 tips to keep that new computer spyware-free

30/12/2005 @ 22:08 UTC

kayodeok : Top 10 tips to keep that new computer spyware-free

Wikimedia needs your help

30/12/2005 @ 22:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Wikimedia needs your help - Wikimedia needs your help: Just a few years ago, wikipedia.org was not even a top 10,000 website; now it is in the top 30 with more than 2.5 billion pagehits in November 2005 alone.

Suck.com now a porn site

30/12/2005 @ 22:08 UTC

jkottke : Suck.com now a porn site - Suck.com is (temporarily? forever?) a porn site. If it's gone for good, it's the end of an era. (thx, owen)

Jonkichi

30/12/2005 @ 21:09 UTC

Linkorama : Jonkichi - See, Joi is blogging, at WoWblogs

Lightbox JS: Fullsize Image Overlays

30/12/2005 @ 21:09 UTC

jimray : Lightbox JS: Fullsize Image Overlays - "Lightbox JS is a simple, unobtrusive script used to to overlay images on the current page." Wicked.

Philippe Janvier : Lightbox JS - "...a simple, unobtrusive script used to to overlay images on the current page." [via#

Paul Hammond : Lightbox JS - Lightbox JS is a simple, unobtrusive script used to to overlay images on the current page

Jon Hicks : Lightbox JS - Lightbox JS is a simple, unobtrusive script used to to overlay images on the current page.

wearehugh : Lightbox JS

Kirkville - Why Haven't Online Newspapers Gotten it Right?

30/12/2005 @ 21:09 UTC

jimray : Kirkville - Why Haven't Online Newspapers Gotten it Right?

Anatomy Of A Hack

30/12/2005 @ 21:08 UTC

kayodeok : Anatomy Of A Hack - This chapter is excerpted from the book titled "Protect Your Windows Network: From Perimeter to Data" By Jesper Johansson, Steve Riley, published by Addison-Wesley Professional

Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without

30/12/2005 @ 21:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without - Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without: my list is ... zero.

veen : TechCrunch » Web 2.0 Companies I Couldn’t Live Without - "The Measure Map blog analytics tool ... gives me incredible insight into who is looking at what on TechCrunch."

John Battelle Talks to Performancing about FM Publishing

30/12/2005 @ 21:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : John Battelle Talks to Performancing about FM Publishing - John Battelle Talks to Performancing about FM Publishing: "Federated Media (we call it FM) is something of a mashup of business models, all of which exist to support what might be called "talent" - think of the music labels, agents, book pu

Sunbelt BLOG: A note on DEP and the WMF exploit

30/12/2005 @ 20:10 UTC

kayodeok : Sunbelt BLOG: A note on DEP and the WMF exploit - Based on preliminary research, we’re finding that systems with software-enforced DEP will get the WMF exploit, but systems with hardware-enforced DEP will not.

Lots of bad advice for critical WMF vulnerability!

30/12/2005 @ 20:10 UTC

kayodeok : Lots of bad advice for critical WMF vulnerability! - Unfortunately, my tests showed that DEP does not protect you against this WMF vulnerability as Eckelberry claims. My virtual machines were infected over and over again even though hardware DEP was enabled

I-Hacked.com Taking Advantage Of Technology - RFID Blocking Wallet

30/12/2005 @ 20:10 UTC

kayodeok : I-Hacked.com Taking Advantage Of Technology - RFID Blocking Wallet - With the proliferation of RFID devices and related privacy concerns, it seemed due time to create the RFID Blocking Duct Tape Wallet

100 things we didn't know this time last year

30/12/2005 @ 20:10 UTC

kayodeok : 100 things we didn't know this time last year - The Queen has never been on a computer, she told Bill Gates as she awarded him an honorary knighthood

jkottke : 100 things we didn't know this time last year - BBC Magazine has compiled a list of "100 things we didn't know this time last year", including this copyright tidbit: "musical instrument shops must pay an annual royalty to cover shoppers who perform a recognisable riff before they buy, thereby making a

kaninka.net : 100 things we didn't know this time last year

SoartheRockies.com - Invermere Soaring Center

30/12/2005 @ 20:10 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : SoartheRockies.com - Invermere Soaring Center - SoartheRockies.com - Invermere Soaring Center: "The Invermere Soaring Centre is located in the beautiful Canadian Rockies. We consider it one of the best mountain soaring sites in the world with a wonderful mix of thermals, dynamic soaring and wave.&

The world's largest ball of paint

30/12/2005 @ 20:08 UTC

jkottke : The world's largest ball of paint - The world's largest ball of paint is a baseball covered in 19,100 coats of paint, weighs 1700 pounds, and has taken 28 1/2 years to get to this stage.

The Perils of JavaSchools

30/12/2005 @ 19:10 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : The Perils of JavaSchools - The Perils of JavaSchools: "I'm going back to ones and zeros."

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures

30/12/2005 @ 19:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures - Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures: Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs has been MIT's introductory pre-professional computer science subject since 1981.

joshua : Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Video Lectures

Philipp Lenssen's 15 search predictions for 2006

30/12/2005 @ 19:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Philipp Lenssen's 15 search predictions for 2006 - some intelligent guesswork

kayodeok : 15 Search Predictions for 2006

iFilm's top 25 viral videos of 2005

30/12/2005 @ 19:08 UTC

Andy Baio : iFilm's top 25 viral videos of 2005 - I'd seen all but two

Slickr - Flickr Screensaver

30/12/2005 @ 18:08 UTC

kayodeok : Slickr - Flickr Screensaver - Slickr is an OpenGL screensaver that pulls images from Flickr based on a tag, user or group. It does a pleasingly smooth fading effect between images. The configuration settings allow for setting the time between photos, as well as choosing any combinatio

Linkorama : Slickr - Slickr is an OpenGL flickr screen saver that shows images by: user (favorites, set, tags, contacts), groups, or everyone (tags, recent). It can also display local images.

On Richard Dawkins, relativism, and truth

30/12/2005 @ 18:08 UTC

jkottke : On Richard Dawkins, relativism, and truth - On Richard Dawkins, relativism, and truth.

The Unnatural Natural

30/12/2005 @ 18:08 UTC

jkottke : The Unnatural Natural - The Unnatural Natural. "It was supposed to be a simple story about a mysterious senior-softball phenom whose legend was growing in America's heartland. Of course, nothing is simple."

Server Help :: View topic - Finally Continuum In Linux!

30/12/2005 @ 17:09 UTC

deusx : Server Help :: View topic - Finally Continuum In Linux! - "he recompiled wine and overrid some system call..."

[uf-discuss] Almost Universal Microformat Parser: source code

30/12/2005 @ 17:09 UTC

deusx : [uf-discuss] Almost Universal Microformat Parser: source code - "The AUMFP provides Python (2.3) classes for extracting microformat content from HTML documents, and includes classes for hCard, hCalendar, xFolk, and rel-tag."

Zelda Challenge ~ Outlands

30/12/2005 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : Zelda Challenge ~ Outlands - "You are guaranteed not to recognize any locations from the previous game."

‘About’ Script

30/12/2005 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : ‘About’ Script - "I’ve made available the PHP script that powers my about page."

VintageComputing.com | Vintage Computing and Gaming » Blog Archive » The Secrets of Archon

30/12/2005 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : VintageComputing.com | Vintage Computing and Gaming » Blog Archive » The Secrets of Archon - "Answering the call of my own inner geek, I have exposed Archon’s mechanisms and hidden numbers through days of experimentation with the game’s original and best version, that for the Atari 800."

Waxy.org: Daily Log: Dogwelder's "My Humps"

30/12/2005 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : Waxy.org: Daily Log: Dogwelder's "My Humps" - "...a cover of Black Eyed Peas' 'My Humps,' a song that represents a low point not only for popular music, but for humankind."

Interesting long profile of Roger Ebert

30/12/2005 @ 16:08 UTC

jkottke : Interesting long profile of Roger Ebert - Interesting long profile of Roger Ebert.

More $9 Airfare (Spirit Airlines)

30/12/2005 @ 15:08 UTC

Cameron Moll : More $9 Airfare (Spirit Airlines) - More promo airfare from Spirit Airlines: $9 and up.

little animals - drawings blog

30/12/2005 @ 13:08 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : little animals - drawings blog [via]

nutrition facts for avocado

30/12/2005 @ 10:09 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : nutrition facts for avocado

many currently existing fruits (like the avocado) coevolved with mammals that have been extinct f...

30/12/2005 @ 10:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : many currently existing fruits (like the avocado) coevolved with mammals that have been extinct for 13000 years

how iTunes DRM works

30/12/2005 @ 10:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : how iTunes DRM works

A new Miranda July story--another reason to love her

30/12/2005 @ 07:08 UTC

erikbenson : A new Miranda July story--another reason to love her - "What is the most terrifying thing that has ever happened to you? Did it involve a car? Was it on a boat? Did an animal do it? If you answered yes to any of these questions then I am not surprised. Cars crash, boats sink, and animals are just scary. Why n

» Death of the RSS reader | Software as services | ZDNet.com

30/12/2005 @ 07:08 UTC

ricmac : » Death of the RSS reader | Software as services | ZDNet.com

deusx : » Death of the RSS reader | Software as services | ZDNet.com - "The problem with feed readers is that, although they help us to organize our information feeds, they don't address the root problem of reducing the amount of information we have to take in."

Alaska Flight #536 - Rapid De-Pressurization and Panic at 30K Feet

30/12/2005 @ 05:08 UTC

jimray : Alaska Flight #536 - Rapid De-Pressurization and Panic at 30K Feet - Passenger on the flight Alaskan flight that nearly crashed blogs the event, with pictures

Scientologists open "Psychology: Industry of Death" museum

30/12/2005 @ 05:08 UTC

jimray : Scientologists open "Psychology: Industry of Death" museum - Premier attended by a who's who of washed up C-list actors. I'm totally going to this place.

Paypal on Rails

30/12/2005 @ 05:08 UTC

jimray : Paypal on Rails - Paypal library for Ruby on Rails

Fear destroys what bin Laden could not

30/12/2005 @ 05:08 UTC

deusx : Fear destroys what bin Laden could not - "Are we agreeing, then, to give the king unfettered privilege to defy the law forever?"

Java: Falling Sand game

30/12/2005 @ 05:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Java: Falling Sand game - surprisingly addictive; try the effects of sand and water on the bouncing object

jkottke : Addicting falling sand game - Sorry to hit you with this on a Monday morning because the falling sand game is really addicting so you might not get any work done today. Sorry in advance.

Philippe Janvier : Falling Sand Game - Bizarre, mais relaxant. [via#

Patrick Swayze experimenting with hip hop

30/12/2005 @ 04:08 UTC

jimray : Patrick Swayze experimenting with hip hop - Every graph in this story is a new tidbit of hilarity, but the very last one really does take the cake

Bob Dylan numerological scheme for playing guitar

30/12/2005 @ 02:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Bob Dylan numerological scheme for playing guitar

Free Music

30/12/2005 @ 01:09 UTC

Rod Begbie : Free Music - Kristin Hersh has released a new EP as free creativecommons-licensed FLAC files. [via#

Charles Miller : Free Music - Kristin (ex- Throwing Muses) Hersh's new band, 50FOOTWAVE, has a creative commons-licensed EP online called, appropriately enough, Free Music. Worth a listen. (via jwz)

why mathematics is easy and life is hard

30/12/2005 @ 01:09 UTC

gleuschk : why mathematics is easy and life is hard - no, precisely "that which is easy" for an appropriate sense of 'easy'.

Higher-Dimensional Categories: an illustrated guide book

30/12/2005 @ 01:09 UTC

gleuschk : Higher-Dimensional Categories: an illustrated guide book - sounds most excellent

I'm Feeling Silly

30/12/2005 @ 01:08 UTC

Andy Baio : I'm Feeling Silly - Googlers order 250 pounds of Silly Putty; hilarity ensues

Guardian UK on the grassroots UK music boom

30/12/2005 @ 01:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Guardian UK on the grassroots UK music boom - how the Internet and word of mouth is launching indie acts and singles into the top charts  [via]

PopCap mini-games save lives

30/12/2005 @ 01:08 UTC

Andy Baio : PopCap mini-games save lives - bizarre testimonial

Acquisitions and the Big 3

30/12/2005 @ 00:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Acquisitions and the Big 3 - that's us: fun, jagged, and dangerous

Flying Spaghetti Monster tree topper

30/12/2005 @ 00:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Flying Spaghetti Monster tree topper - or put it on your Festivus pole  [via]

Gaming Digg

30/12/2005 @ 00:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Gaming Digg - story of one jerk who used a bookmarklet and fake accounts to ruin Digg for a day

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