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Bill Gates / Teen Beat

17/01/2005 @ 17:56 UTC

Nelson Minar : Bill Gates / Teen Beat - What an awesome find! (via BoingBoing)

jkottke : Bill Gates, Teen Beat centerfold circa 1983

Jeremy Zawodny : monkey methods: Bill Gates Strikes a Pose for Teen Beat Photospread, 1983 - monkey methods: Bill Gates Strikes a Pose for Teen Beat Photospread, 1983: classic

Rod Begbie : Bill Gates Strikes a Pose for Teen Beat Photospread - Form an orderly line, laydeez. [via#

Philippe Janvier : Bill Gates Strikes a Pose for Teen Beat Photospread, 1983 - Que le temps passe :( [via#

cameron : Bill Gates Strikes a Pose for Teen Beat Photospread, 1983 - need.. to.. catch.. up.. with.. links..

Strange McDonalds McShoarma Israeli ad campaign

14/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

cameron : Strange McDonalds McShoarma Israeli ad campaign - They don't say please in Isreal?

Super Mario Movie, reviewed by Alex Galloway

14/01/2005 @ 15:55 UTC

cameron : Super Mario Movie, reviewed by Alex Galloway - Cory's other opening this weekend, hopefully I'll be there

Notes on the new Cory Arcangel Show

14/01/2005 @ 14:55 UTC

cameron : Notes on the new Cory Arcangel Show - New hacked cartridges including "Slow Tetris" and "Geto Boys/Beach Boys"

Marcus Arnold aka "LawGuy1975," dead at 19

14/01/2005 @ 09:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Marcus Arnold aka "LawGuy1975," dead at 19 - AskMe.com's #1 legal expert at age 15, he was featured in Michael Lewis' Next [via]  [via]

cameron : Marcus Arnold dead at 19 - AskMe.com's 15 year old legal expert

A World of Invisibilia

14/01/2005 @ 00:55 UTC

Andy Baio : A World of Invisibilia - photos with the people replaced by line drawings [via]  [via]

cameron : A World of Invisibilia - People replaced with line drawings

Waxy Links Statistics

13/01/2005 @ 23:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Waxy Links Statistics - here's the background, for those of you that don't read the main weblog

Matthew M. Boedicker : Waxy Links stats

cameron : Waxy.org Stats - The power of attribution

Steve Cook : Where Waxy gets his links - Andy Baio's blog has about the best linklog going; he's nicely codified his sources, so you can try to be nearly as hip as him.

First issues of JPG Magazine released

13/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : First issues of JPG Magazine released - Derek and Heather go print and bring Flickr users with them [via]  [via]

cameron : First issue of JPG Magazine released - My man Red is the featured artist

Richard Rutter : JPG Magazine ? Issue 1 - Seriously high quality photography magazine (filed under Photography). [via Jason Santa Maria]

Video: Bizarro iPod World

13/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: Bizarro iPod World - very, very weird [via]  [via]

plasticbag : Awesome piece of iPod-related black surrealist British comedy by Arnando Ianucci - Excepting the new series of Monkey Dust which sucks a bit, British comedy seems to have recently taken a real turn for the better. If by better you mean awesomely weird...

cameron : Absurdist IPod alternate reality - Ahh, surrealist British comedy. By Arnando Ianucci

Awesome bizarre beautiful Java animation that you need to watch immediately (thanks Mr Webb)

13/01/2005 @ 02:55 UTC

plasticbag : Awesome bizarre beautiful Java animation that you need to watch immediately (thanks Mr Webb) - The rules are simple, each time a ball reaches a branching point it divides. When the paths converge and two balls hit, they cancel each other out...

cameron : Transfixing Java applet - Appears to be counting in binary

F4 Records

12/01/2005 @ 17:55 UTC

cameron : F4 Records - Tony Wilson's new label out of Manchester

Winners of the "I Look Like My Dog" contest

10/01/2005 @ 00:07 UTC

jkottke : Winners of the "I Look Like My Dog" contest

plasticbag : Winners of the "I Look Like My Dog" Contest - There's not an awful lot more you can say about this. They do indeed look like their dogs. In turn I think I'm started to look more like my Powerbook.

cameron : Winners of the "I Look Like My Dog" Contest - Wow, they really do look like their owners!

G-Cans photos of Tokyo's massive underground flood and water systems

9/01/2005 @ 20:55 UTC

plasticbag : G-Cans photos of Tokyo's massive underground flood and water systems - I was sure I'd posted this before, but I can't find it anywhere on delicious or on the main weblog, so I guess I didn't. Stunning pictures - like something from Quake...

cameron : Tokyo G-Cans project photos - Cavernous pipes for draining water during the typhoon season

Andre Torrez's TKPal

9/01/2005 @ 06:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Andre Torrez's TKPal - pay for access to webpage content with Typekey and Paypal; understated announcement, but could have huge implications

jkottke : Andre Torrez releases TKPal, a set of PHP scripts for DIY micropayments - Lets you charge small amounts for "unlocking" content like individual blog posts, a shareware download link, or to get rid of advertising.

plasticbag : Torrez rocks - DIY micropayments with Paypal and Typekey - I've already paid my $1 to read the article in question, and interested in whether or not people will actually start doing this stuff. Big names first, clearly...

cameron : TKPal TypeKey + PayPal for PHP - Torrez rocks the micropayment house

jimray : TKPal - Restrict access to certain content using paypal and php

PressThink: What's Radical About the Weblog Form in Journalism?

5/01/2005 @ 21:55 UTC

cameron : PressThink: What's Radical About the Weblog Form in Journalism? - Jay's list of how weblogs differ from traditional journalism

Dan Gillmor on Grassroots Journalism

3/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

cameron : Dan Gillmor on Grassroots Journalism - Dan's new home on the web

AI-Categorizer

3/01/2005 @ 16:55 UTC

cameron : AI-Categorizer - General purpose categorization engine (including naive Bayes, SVM, decision trees and others)

Mouseradio doesn't have any buttons or knobs

31/12/2004 @ 18:58 UTC

jkottke : Mouseradio doesn't have any buttons or knobs - Tip the speaker end up to turn it on and slide it around to control the volume and tuning.

plasticbag : The mouseradio is a fully functioning radio without buttons. The idea was to use the mouse navigation and to implement it in a radio. - "Moving the radio vertically changes the volume, moving the radio on the horizontal axis changes the frequency. The radio is on, when the black speaker points up in the air."

cameron : Mouseradio: buttonless radio - I like the dramatic pauses in the video

Movable Type Plugin Directory: Moderate

29/12/2004 @ 13:55 UTC

cameron : Movable Type Plugin Directory: Moderate - Simple comment moderation to prevent spam from getting onto your site

Animation of the spread of the Indonesian tsunami

28/12/2004 @ 17:58 UTC

jkottke : Animation of the spread of the Indonesian tsunami

cameron : Sumatra earthquake animation - I assume red is primary waves, blue secondary reflections

Search Google's Adwords

28/12/2004 @ 05:58 UTC

Andy Baio : Search Google's Adwords - search only the text of sponsored links [via]  [via]

cameron : Search Google AdWords - A great way to see who's tracking/advertising to particular terms

The New York Times > Advertising: Entertaining Web Sites Promote Products Subtly

23/12/2004 @ 20:58 UTC

cameron : The New York Times > Advertising: Entertaining Web Sites Promote Products Subtly - Memes as an effective, yet subtle way of promoting a product

John Maeda's got himself a weblog called, what else, Simplicity

22/12/2004 @ 22:55 UTC

jkottke : John Maeda's got himself a weblog called, what else, Simplicity

Nelson Minar : John Maeda blog - He finally succumbed! John's a great designer and excellent teacher.

cameron : Maeda's SIMPLICITY - weblog of John Maeda for the Media Lab's SIMPLICITY consortium

joshua : Maeda's SIMPLICITY - interesting blog

Stipple Portrait Illustration by Noli Novak

21/12/2004 @ 23:55 UTC

Andy Baio : Stipple Portrait Illustration by Noli Novak - as seen in the Wall Street Journal hedcuts [via]  [via]

cameron : Stipple Illustration by Wall Street Journal Hedcut portrait artist Noli Novak - What would WSJ be without stipple art?

MSNBC - Japanese 'lap pillow' offers solace to lonely men

21/12/2004 @ 20:04 UTC

cameron : MSNBC - Japanese 'lap pillow' offers solace to lonely men - "Single men may get lucky this christmas"

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