minihorse

24/05/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

deusx : minihorse - ""

Teens using high-frequency ringtone out of adult hearing range

24/05/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Teens using high-frequency ringtone out of adult hearing range - brilliant hack, if real; can someone send me a clip?

cameron : Pupils perform 'alarming' feat | Metro.co.uk - Teens are using the 20kHz tone that adults can't hear as ringtones

Google supports borderless AdSense

24/05/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Google supports borderless AdSense - since launch, they've resisted blending ads with content; an interesting switch

Tim O'Reilly on Virtual Magic Kingdom

24/05/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Tim O'Reilly on Virtual Magic Kingdom - some screenshots of user-created rooms

Colorfully intricate maps of language distributions

24/05/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

jkottke : Colorfully intricate maps of language distributions - Colorfully intricate maps of language distributions. The Asian and African maps are quite complex. (via moon river) [via]

Nelson Minar : Language maps - Detailed data from Ethnologue database (via Kottke)

sshLogin-1.3.dmg

24/05/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

deusx : sshLogin-1.3.dmg - Excellent preference pane based SSH login agent for OS X. Developer's site disappeared, and I've been looking for it for a year or two.

indi

24/05/2006 @ 21:09 UTC

joshua : indi - yet another interesting looking pim

Ari Magg

24/05/2006 @ 21:09 UTC

jimray : Ari Magg - Really gorgeous photographs, nice site. I want to go to Iceland now.

GEEKS.OPML.ORG :

24/05/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

deusx : GEEKS.OPML.ORG : - "Ever wonder what the OPML Editor (or Radio or Frontier) is doing in the background?"

subModal Javascript Windows

24/05/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

deusx : subModal Javascript Windows - "This is a small set of enhancements based on the original subModal with ideas taken from Lightbox Gone Wild"

Real Cities Have Trains, Gavin Shearer, gavinshearer.com - Geek punditry / Seattle stuff / Things...

24/05/2006 @ 19:09 UTC

jimray : Real Cities Have Trains, Gavin Shearer, gavinshearer.com - Geek punditry / Seattle stuff / Things I'm enthused about - "I landed at the airport, fetched my bag, and, for the princely sum of $2, was able to get a safe, stable and easy ride right into the heart of downtown (near the Sears Tower) in, like, 40 minutes. (I can hear the collective disbelief in Seattle from two

Spatial Hypertext and the Practice of Information Triage - MARSHALL, SHIPMAN (ResearchIndex)

24/05/2006 @ 19:08 UTC

deusx : Spatial Hypertext and the Practice of Information Triage - MARSHALL, SHIPMAN (ResearchIndex) - "Information triage is the process of sorting through relevant materials, and organizing them to meet the needs of the task at hand."

Smackbook Pro

24/05/2006 @ 19:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Smackbook Pro - switch virtual desktops by smacking the side of the laptop  [via]

deusx : YouTube - SmackBook - "Useless desktop manager/motion sensor hack for MacBook Pro"

Me on Social Software

24/05/2006 @ 18:09 UTC

Linkorama : Me on Social Software - chat transcript with Stowe Boyd

Achewood - May 24, 2006 - Téodor's has the perfect two point five ounces on the front, the Zen...

24/05/2006 @ 18:08 UTC

deusx : Achewood - May 24, 2006 - Téodor's has the perfect two point five ounces on the front, the Zen Weight. - "If I had plans, they were made by an incorrect life I no longer maintain."

heidi go seek ~ Kids and Web Filters

24/05/2006 @ 18:08 UTC

deusx : heidi go seek ~ Kids and Web Filters - "I expect that when I have kids they'll know more than me too, only I won't be embarrassed by it, I'll encourage it."

Boing Boing: TMBG ringtone: "Call connected through the NSA"

24/05/2006 @ 17:09 UTC

deusx : Boing Boing: TMBG ringtone: "Call connected through the NSA" - "They Might Be Giants is offering up a few ringtones for purchase."

Making money selling music without DRM: the rise of eMusic : Page 1

24/05/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : Making money selling music without DRM: the rise of eMusic : Page 1 - "offer songs as high quality, variable bit rate MP3 files instead. DRM is removed, consumers are happy, and the vast white fields of the iPod are ready for harvest."

Ctrl+Alt+Del

24/05/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : Ctrl+Alt+Del - ""

The Blog | Jean Rohe: Why I Spoke Up | The Huffington Post

24/05/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

deusx : The Blog | Jean Rohe: Why I Spoke Up | The Huffington Post - "We all have much work to do, and for the most part the media do not represent us, the small people who don't hold any special titles but who feel the weight of our government's actions on our backs each and every day."

plasticbag.org - What has been killing my server?

24/05/2006 @ 16:10 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : plasticbag.org - What has been killing my server? [via]

BBC NEWS | Technology | Web inventor warns of 'dark' net

24/05/2006 @ 16:09 UTC

deusx : BBC NEWS | Technology | Web inventor warns of 'dark' net - "The web should remain neutral and resist attempts to fragment it into different services, web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee has said."

Isofarro : Web inventor warns of 'dark' net - 'The World Wide Web Consortium, of which Sir Tim is the director, believes in an open model. This is based on the concept of network neutrality, where everyone has the same level of access to the web and that all data moving around the web is treated equa

Wired 14.06: The Myth of Superman

24/05/2006 @ 16:08 UTC

deusx : Wired 14.06: The Myth of Superman - "He is a tulpa, a Tibetan word for a being brought to life through thought and willpower."

Time to pack up the whole in-your-face, raw, hyper-sexualized, porno, skater, white trash, open w...

24/05/2006 @ 16:08 UTC

jkottke : Time to pack up the whole in-your-face, raw, hyper-sexualized, porno, skater, white trash, open wounds, self-effacing, Jackass, loose ethics, 80's bar mitzvah disco, and party-till-you vomit movement, aesthetic and attitude - "Dude, it's time. Girls, you too. Time to pack up the whole in-your-face, raw, hyper-sexualized, porno, skater, white trash, open wounds, self-effacing, Jackass, loose ethics, 80's bar mitzvah disco, and party-till-you vomit movement, aesthetic and attitu

ButtUgly: Main_blogentry_230506_1

24/05/2006 @ 14:08 UTC

deusx : ButtUgly: Main_blogentry_230506_1 - "According to the metadata from the MP3s, at least one file comes from a Spanish website called GrupoeMusica, an illegal source of music files if I ever saw one."

Macworld: News: Trans Intl. ships 1GB and 512MB RAM for MacBooks

24/05/2006 @ 14:08 UTC

deusx : Macworld: News: Trans Intl. ships 1GB and 512MB RAM for MacBooks - "Current pricing shows RAM prices ranging from $59 - $99."

Nokia 770 Dev Contest

24/05/2006 @ 12:09 UTC

Linkorama : Nokia 770 Dev Contest - I'm one of the judges

WoW Boys

24/05/2006 @ 12:09 UTC

Linkorama : WoW Boys - Would make for a funny remix

A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania - a photoblog

24/05/2006 @ 12:09 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania - a photoblog

jkottke : Kathleen Connally's A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania is a fine-looking photoblog - Kathleen Connally's A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania is a fine-looking photoblog. (via hal) [via]

What's open in downtown Mountain View, CA right now?

24/05/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

joshua : What's open in downtown Mountain View, CA right now?

Devdesk

24/05/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

Jon Hicks : Devdesk - A collection of screenshots and photos depicting the work environment of various web developers.

Starmerj's Perl RegExp Crib Sheet

24/05/2006 @ 10:09 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : Starmerj's Perl RegExp Crib Sheet [via]

Rare deleted Star Wars scene: 'Biggs Return' | Buzz Patrol

24/05/2006 @ 10:08 UTC

Jon Hicks : Rare deleted Star Wars scene: 'Biggs Return' | Buzz Patrol

13-Inch MacBook Benchmarks

24/05/2006 @ 10:08 UTC

Jon Hicks : 13-Inch MacBook Benchmarks - “Normally you don’t even think about running benchmarks of professional-level creative software on a laptop against desktops, and certainly not a laptop targeted toward consumers. But in the vast majority of tests, the MacBook beat out the des

deusx : 13-Inch MacBook Benchmarks 1 - "in the vast majority of tests, the MacBook beat out the desktop system and certainly proved itself competition for all but the highest-end (G5 Quad) Mac systems on the market today."

A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania - a photoblog

24/05/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : A Walk Through Durham Township, Pennsylvania - a photoblog

thread on micropayment stock photography

24/05/2006 @ 08:09 UTC

joshua : thread on micropayment stock photography

slickrun

24/05/2006 @ 08:08 UTC

joshua : slickrun - cute little cli for windows

sparklines using Ruby

24/05/2006 @ 07:09 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : sparklines using Ruby - (via del.icio.us/popular) [via]

Start on your first $1 million at age 16

24/05/2006 @ 07:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Start on your first $1 million at age 16 - compound growth is not intuitive

Bruce Schneier on 5 ways people exaggerate risk

24/05/2006 @ 07:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Bruce Schneier on 5 ways people exaggerate risk

(hyper)textuality.org - Tinderbox Technique: drop-stamp adornments

24/05/2006 @ 06:08 UTC

deusx : (hyper)textuality.org - Tinderbox Technique: drop-stamp adornments - "Make a note; drag it so that it touches the adornment; the action is applied to the note."

List of cognitive biases - Wikipedia

24/05/2006 @ 06:08 UTC

erikbenson : List of cognitive biases - Wikipedia - It would be fun to think about each of these cognitive biases one by one. Unless we have a cognitive bias to ignore cognitive biases...

Matthew M. Boedicker : list of cognitive biases - (via Hot Links) [via]

joshua : cognitive biases

Logical fallacies - Wikipedia

24/05/2006 @ 06:08 UTC

erikbenson : Logical fallacies - Wikipedia - Another interesting source of learning about the kinds of mistakes we commonly make.

Abracadabra

24/05/2006 @ 04:09 UTC

merlinmann : Abracadabra - Christopher lays out how to use gestures in Quicksilver, via the Abracadabra plug-in.

The Sheep Market

24/05/2006 @ 04:08 UTC

Andy Baio : The Sheep Market - 10,000 sheep drawings created by Amazon Mturk workers for $0.69/hour  [via]

joshua : The Sheep Market - 10,000 sheep created through the mechanical turk. awesome

Nelson Minar : 10,000 sheep - Amazon MTurk art (via Waxy or Kottke, ya know)

Rod Begbie : The Sheep Market - 10,000 sheep, drawn by MTurk users, for $0.02 each. [via#

jkottke : 10,000 sheep drawn by workers hired through Amazon's Mechanical Turk service - 10,000 sheep drawn by workers hired through Amazon's Mechanical Turk service. Average wage for the artists? $0.69 per hour. (via waxy) [via]

deusx : The Sheep Market - "10,000 sheep created by online workers"

Crying Out for a Wiki Approach

24/05/2006 @ 02:09 UTC

Linkorama : Crying Out for a Wiki Approach - JP, I did read this a week later on the plane to Tokyo

EO Newsroom: New Images - Three Gorges Dam, China

24/05/2006 @ 02:08 UTC

kaninka.net : EO Newsroom: New Images - Three Gorges Dam, China

Dead Kennedys demo

24/05/2006 @ 02:08 UTC

kaninka.net : Dead Kennedys demo

Why SAP Should Open Source NetWeaver

24/05/2006 @ 01:09 UTC

Linkorama : Why SAP Should Open Source NetWeaver - Best post of show

the book jackets of alvin lustig

24/05/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

cobra libre : the book jackets of alvin lustig - the ND modern reader book designs, most of which are still in use today, are my favorites [via#

hCalendar in Endo

24/05/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Simon Willison : hCalendar in Endo - Nice screencast of a Microformat consuming feed reader.

deusx : all in the head hCalendar in Endo - "Endo has built in support for the hCalendar microformat for marking up events."

Sahi

24/05/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Simon Willison : Sahi - Neat proxy/JavaScript based web app testing tool.

Pinky and the Brain on YouTube

24/05/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

jimray : Pinky and the Brain on YouTube - Why can't I get all of the old Pinky and the Brain episodes on DVD?

2007 Microsoft Office System Beta 2: Get the Beta

24/05/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

Rod Begbie : 2007 Microsoft Office System Beta 2: Get the Beta - The first major public release of the next version of Office. Get your grubby hands on the shiny new UI for the first time, and try to imagine how you're going to explain it to your parents over the phone. #

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