Slashdot | HÃ¥kon Responds to Questions About CSS and...

23/06/2006 @ 23:11 UTC

Paul Hammond : Slashdot | HÃ¥kon Responds to Questions About CSS and... - we have his answers, not only to the (+5 moderated) questions we sent him, but to a bunch of others he thought would also be interesting to answer

Milo Vermeulen : Slashdot - HÃ¥kon Responds to Questions About CSS and... [via]

Frank Hecker, Mozilla : Proposed usage guidelines for the feed icon

23/06/2006 @ 23:10 UTC

Paul Hammond : Frank Hecker, Mozilla : Proposed usage guidelines for the feed icon - We propose that the feed icon be freely available for general use in connection with web feeds using open web syndication formats, without the need to enter into a trademark license agreement

Clean CSS - A Resource for Web Designers - Optmize and Format your CSS

23/06/2006 @ 23:10 UTC

Paul Hammond : Clean CSS - A Resource for Web Designers - Optmize and Format your CSS

Simon Willison: Two revolutionary features in Opera 9

23/06/2006 @ 23:10 UTC

Paul Hammond : Simon Willison: Two revolutionary features in Opera 9 - Wow, if I'm not careful this is going to turn in to a promotional blog for Opera

Otaku, Cedric's weblog: Why code reviews are good for you

23/06/2006 @ 23:10 UTC

Paul Hammond : Otaku, Cedric's weblog: Why code reviews are good for you - If your organization is not mandating code reviews, you should reconsider this decision and, ideally, opt for non-blocking code reviews

dev.robotcoop.com / Libraries

23/06/2006 @ 23:10 UTC

Paul Hammond : dev.robotcoop.com / Libraries - cached_model is an abstract subclass of Rails ActiveRecord::Base that caches ActiveRecord::Base objects in memcached using memcache-client

mnot’s Web log: Bringing Back the Link - With a Twist

23/06/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

Paul Hammond : mnot’s Web log: Bringing Back the Link - With a Twist - once you have URIs as first-class, typed citizens in HTTP headers, some Semantic Web tools look a lot more interesting

kellan : mnot: Bringing Back the Link - With a Twist - I've read through this twice, still sorting out the implications, but it sure sounds exciting. #

Mathematical analysis confirms the conventional wisdom of auction bidders: the best way to win an...

23/06/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

jkottke : Mathematical analysis confirms the conventional wisdom of auction bidders: the best way to win an eBay auction is to bid at the last possible moment - Mathematical analysis confirms the conventional wisdom of auction bidders: the best way to win an eBay auction is to bid at the last possible moment.

Flickr: Tilting World

23/06/2006 @ 22:10 UTC

Cameron Moll : Flickr: Tilting World - Flickr: Tilting World. I don't know how Molly does it. My in-flight photography always turns out like Boeing 777 aircraft windowage. Hers turn out like sub-orbital masterpieces. Impressive.

Rolleiflex MiniDigi Camera

23/06/2006 @ 22:09 UTC

Cameron Moll : Rolleiflex MiniDigi Camera - A digital version of the Rolleiflex 2.8F camera immensely popular in the 50s and 60s. Same square frame, same ability to shoot from the hip, only now in digital format.

Redesign Observer

23/06/2006 @ 22:09 UTC

Cameron Moll : Redesign Observer - Design Observer redesigns and a raft of design discussion ensues. Tan of Speak Up: "The new DO is like that bottle of wine we just finished --expensive but pedestrian, insipid but functional." Khoi of Subtraction: "It's not a revolutionary design, but it'

Redesign By Fire

23/06/2006 @ 22:09 UTC

Cameron Moll : Redesign By Fire - Design by Fire re-emerges, new design and all. "There will be no comments to articles from now on. [...] In short, I'd rather not look at you and say, 'You're an idiot and I have no idea why you'd think I'd even want to discuss such an irrelevant point on

Home - Chatter Email

23/06/2006 @ 22:09 UTC

jimray : Home - Chatter Email - A better Treo mail client?

Launcher X

23/06/2006 @ 22:09 UTC

jimray : Launcher X - Replacement launcher app for Palm devices

Washington Post reporters get digital video cameras for online reporting

23/06/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Washington Post reporters get digital video cameras for online reporting - useful in field reporting, but I could see where it could distract from interviewing and writing

jimray : The Washington Post is giving all its reporters digital video cameras - The platypus continues to emerge

Silk Icons

23/06/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Silk Icons - 1,000 icons for web apps, free and very high quality work

Jeremy Zawodny : Silk Icons - Silk Icons: "Silk" is a smooth, free icon set, containing over 700 16-by-16 pixel icons in strokably-soft PNG format.

jimray : famfamfam.com: Silk Icons - All for the low, low price of FREE!

Call A Ball is an idea for a soccer ball vending machine where balls are dispensed via an SMS fro...

23/06/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

jkottke : Call A Ball is an idea for a soccer ball vending machine where balls are dispensed via an SMS from a mobile phone - Call A Ball is an idea for a soccer ball vending machine where balls are dispensed an SMS from a mobile phone. You can also issue a "challenge" for other players to meet you at the machine. And if you'd like to keep the ball, it's charged to your phone bi [via]

Collaborative Technologies Conference

23/06/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

Linkorama : Collaborative Technologies Conference - My second breakout was hosted by Ross Mayfield of SocialText. I loved this session.

Heroin was actually a brand name trademarked by the Bayer drug company

23/06/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

jkottke : Heroin was actually a brand name trademarked by the Bayer drug company - Speaking of brand genericide, Heroin was actually a brand name trademarked by the Bayer drug company. (thx chris, who joked, "Can I interest you in some Heroin brand morphine substitute?")

You’ve Got Piles

23/06/2006 @ 20:09 UTC

merlinmann : You’ve Got Piles - It's a brilliant demo and nicely done. Using it, I suspect, would be like building a fort out of books instead of _reading_ them. 1 word: Quicksilver.

Paul Hammond : adaptive path » blog » blog archive » You’ve Got Piles - While it’s pretty, and makes for good demo, it’s also distressingly *academic*, by which I mean, impractical and pretty much not at all useful

Mark's Sysinternals Blog: The Power in Power Users

23/06/2006 @ 20:08 UTC

kayodeok : Mark's Sysinternals Blog: The Power in Power Users - What many administrators fail to realize, however, is that this power comes at the price of true limited-user security

The Tate Museum in Britain lets you make your own collection out of all their works of art

23/06/2006 @ 20:08 UTC

jkottke : The Tate Museum in Britain lets you make your own collection out of all their works of art - The Tate Museum in Britain lets you make your own collection out of all their works of art. "You can create your Collection, print it as a leaflet, or send it to a friend." Current collections include The I've Just Split Up Collection, The Odd Faces Colle [via]

YouTube - time-lapse graffiti movies by neckcns

23/06/2006 @ 19:09 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : YouTube - time-lapse graffiti movies by neckcns - YouTube - time-lapse graffiti movies by neckcns [related]

Neutral + CrystalCursors Clock GNOME-Look.org

23/06/2006 @ 19:08 UTC

wearehugh : Neutral + CrystalCursors Clock GNOME-Look.org

Excellent photos of giant flocks of European starlings, which can comprise more than a million birds

23/06/2006 @ 19:08 UTC

jkottke : Excellent photos of giant flocks of European starlings, which can comprise more than a million birds - Excellent photos of giant flocks of European starlings, which can comprise more than a million birds. In 1866, a passenger pigeon flock was observed in southern Ontario that was a mile wide, 300 miles long, took 14 hours to pass, and was comprised of some

Caching and MVC - Keeping Code Local

23/06/2006 @ 18:43 UTC

tjogin : Caching and MVC - Keeping Code Local

A Comcast Technician Sleeping on my Couch

23/06/2006 @ 18:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : A Comcast Technician Sleeping on my Couch - A Comcast Technician Sleeping on my Couch: heh. it's just what you think it is.

Flickr: LexnGer's photos tagged with fruitloops

23/06/2006 @ 17:09 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : Flickr: LexnGer's photos tagged with fruitloops

iStache!

23/06/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

cobra libre : iStache! - add a moustache to any photo [via#

Business 2.0: 10 people who don't matter

23/06/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

kayodeok : Business 2.0: 10 people who don't matter - Not everyone with a fancy title really counts. From Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer on down, here are the people you can safely snub at conferences

Schneier on Security: Greek Wiretapping Scandal

23/06/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

kayodeok : Schneier on Security: Greek Wiretapping Scandal - In early March of that year, Ericsson's technicians told Vodafone's technology director in Greece of their unusual discovery about the cause of the problems: software that appeared to be capable of illegally monitoring calls.

Feedback: User-agent HTTP header is missing from web services request

23/06/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

wearehugh : Feedback: User-agent HTTP header is missing from web services request

In advance of the 2008 Olympics, the Chinese are destroying the hutongs of Beijing, the tiny alle...

23/06/2006 @ 15:08 UTC

jkottke : In advance of the 2008 Olympics, the Chinese are destroying the hutongs of Beijing, the tiny alleyways that connect the city - In advance of the 2008 Olympics, the Chinese are destroying the hutongs of Beijing, the tiny alleyways that connect the city. Includes a photo slideshow of the destruction.

" ... Talking of Design ... "

23/06/2006 @ 14:08 UTC

Jon Hicks : " ... Talking of Design ... " - Go Kev Adamson! Go! Weeeeeeee!

New episodes of Futurama coming to Comedy Central ... for real! - TV Squad

23/06/2006 @ 13:08 UTC

deusx : New episodes of Futurama coming to Comedy Central ... for real! - TV Squad - "When Katey Sagal visited The Late Late Show the other day, she told Craig that the show is coming back to Comedy Central in 2008 for at least 13 episodes"

The first coming of outlining - The Doc Searls Weblog : Thursday, June 22, 2006

23/06/2006 @ 13:08 UTC

deusx : The first coming of outlining - The Doc Searls Weblog : Thursday, June 22, 2006 - "Outlining, I've lately been thinking, is something best suited to the writing environment we call the Web."

17 Mistakes Microsoft Made in the Xbox Security System

23/06/2006 @ 12:09 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : 17 Mistakes Microsoft Made in the Xbox Security System [via]

Nintendo Archive: Crystalis at Forever Geek

23/06/2006 @ 07:08 UTC

deusx : Nintendo Archive: Crystalis at Forever Geek - "Basically, if you're looking for old fashioned, historically significant, GOOD Action RPG, um...actionthen, Crystalis should be number 1 on your list."

Fisting and God's Will

23/06/2006 @ 06:08 UTC

deusx : Fisting and God's Will - "many Christian men and women are depriving themselves of what could be the most spiritual sexual experience of their lives."

Digg v3.0 to launch Monday

23/06/2006 @ 06:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Digg v3.0 to launch Monday - I just left the Digg party, and they don't even cover the amazing Stamen Design visualizations or open API

doggone dong · Installing TrueType fonts on Ubuntu

23/06/2006 @ 06:08 UTC

wearehugh : doggone dong · Installing TrueType fonts on Ubuntu

list of unusual deaths

23/06/2006 @ 05:08 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : list of unusual deaths

Democracy: Internet TV

23/06/2006 @ 05:08 UTC

wearehugh : Democracy: Internet TV

Spelunker's 41-year-old remains to surface

23/06/2006 @ 04:09 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : Spelunker's 41-year-old remains to surface - in Dolgeville, NY

how to find true north without a compass

23/06/2006 @ 04:09 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : how to find true north without a compass - (via del.icio.us/popular) [via]

Time Breakdown of Modern Web Design

23/06/2006 @ 02:08 UTC

WillPate : Time Breakdown of Modern Web Design - So, so true.

code.sixapart.com

23/06/2006 @ 02:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : code.sixapart.com - code.sixapart.com: "Welcome to Six Apart Code, our home for our many open source projects."

SimplePie

23/06/2006 @ 02:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : SimplePie - SimplePie: "SimplePie is a very fast and easy-to-use class, written in PHP, for reading RSS and Atom syndication feeds."

bmilleare : SimplePie: RSS/Atom PHP Class

A Django website that took (a lot) more than 20 minutes

23/06/2006 @ 01:09 UTC

Simon Willison : A Django website that took (a lot) more than 20 minutes - Case study plus source code.

Jeremy Zawodny : A Django website that took (a lot) more than 20 minutes. - A Django website that took (a lot) more than 20 minutes.: an interesting webdev story

Star Wars Transformers

23/06/2006 @ 01:09 UTC

Simon Willison : Star Wars Transformers - Consensus on whether these are Awesome or A Bit Wrong has yet to be formed.

Star Wars Transformers Deluxe Millennium Falcon

23/06/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Simon Willison : Star Wars Transformers Deluxe Millennium Falcon - Nerdgasm.

Mac OS X Hacking Tools

23/06/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Simon Willison : Mac OS X Hacking Tools - Useful tools built in to the OS.

Django on Windows HOWTO

23/06/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Simon Willison : Django on Windows HOWTO - Fantastically detailed instructions.

Rod Begbie : import this. » Blog Archive » HOWTO: Django on Windows - Links to all the pieces you need to get Django up-and-running on Windows. I've just started poking at Django, and I'm liking it so far. #

Meeting Cloud

23/06/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Meeting Cloud - Meeting Cloud: "Portable inflatable meeting room in white rip resistant nylon. Includes a silent fan which inflates the entire room in three minutes and keeps it inflated for as long as required."

Technical Glitch Opens Window Into Leak Case - New York Times

23/06/2006 @ 00:09 UTC

merlinmann : Technical Glitch Opens Window Into Leak Case - New York Times - "But the secret passages can be viewed by simply pasting the document into a word processing program."

dynatac - Google Image Search

23/06/2006 @ 00:09 UTC

merlinmann : dynatac - Google Image Search - No, seriously. Would you not feel like the man, walking around town with a big ole brick in your holster -- ringer cranked to 11. Awesome.

Elise Lamp

23/06/2006 @ 00:09 UTC

jimray : Elise Lamp - After scouring lamps with any kind of aesthetic, $130 seems like a bargain

Virginity or Death!

23/06/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

deusx : Virginity or Death! - "What is it with these right-wing Christians? Faced with a choice between sex and death, they choose death every time."

Nice piece about Stephen Kilnisan, the self-appointed historian of NYC's diamond district

23/06/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

jkottke : Nice piece about Stephen Kilnisan, the self-appointed historian of NYC's diamond district - Nice piece about Stephen Kilnisan, the self-appointed historian of NYC's diamond district, the block-long diamond capital of the US. "One of them pulls out a pouch containing hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of diamonds. They haggle for a while, the

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