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OGLE, the OpenGL Extractor

24/01/2006 @ 19:08 UTC

Andy Baio : OGLE, the OpenGL Extractor - grab 3D models from games or apps for reuse, mashup, or 3D printing; badass!  [via]

jkottke : Eyebeam's Mike Frumin has released OGLE (OpenGL Extrator), a software package for extracting 3-D data from Windows applications - Eyebeam's Mike Frumin has released OGLE (OpenGL Extrator), a software package for extracting 3-D data from Windows applications. This means you can do stuff like grab the 3-D likeness of your World of Warcraft character and print it out on a 3-D printer o

joshua : Ogle: OpenGLExtractor - 3d screencaptures

Finding a Beached Xbox

24/01/2006 @ 07:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Finding a Beached Xbox - some theories on the Gizmodo thread

The Most Downloaded Konfabulator Widgets

24/01/2006 @ 00:09 UTC

Andy Baio : The Most Downloaded Konfabulator Widgets - unofficial, created by Jon Aquino by scraping the official Konfabulator gallery  [via]

Nelson Minar : Konfabulator widgets - Rated by # of downloads (via Populicious)

Audition, a Korean massively-multiplayer dance game

23/01/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Audition, a Korean massively-multiplayer dance game - DDR with 50,000 of your closest friends

The Waxy Cloud

23/01/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

Andy Baio : The Waxy Cloud - Waxy Links tag cloud visualized using Ajax, the PHP5 XML DOM, and Yahoo Term Extraction API

House of Cosbys Soundboard

23/01/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

Andy Baio : House of Cosbys Soundboard - still popular; I've served 215 GB of the House of Cosbys pilot this month

"The city as an avatar of itself"

22/01/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

Andy Baio : "The city as an avatar of itself" - aerial city photos that very much resemble scale models

erikbenson : "The city as an avatar of itself" - I love these toy-like pictures of cities.

Video: Tripod's "Make You Happy Tonight"

22/01/2006 @ 03:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: Tripod's "Make You Happy Tonight" - gamers get smooth

Andy Samberg responds to Nick and Amelia's "Lazy Sunday"

21/01/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Andy Samberg responds to Nick and Amelia's "Lazy Sunday" - Nick's response was "I'm exploding inside"

Disney may buy Pixar for $6.8 billion

21/01/2006 @ 02:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Disney may buy Pixar for $6.8 billion - Steve Jobs would sit on the board and be a major shareholder

What technology will be like in 2001

21/01/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Andy Baio : What technology will be like in 2001 - tech predictions from the October 1989 issue of Compute! magazine  [via]

deusx : 21st Century Computing - "When you come home, you slip on special eyeglasses and stroll through a completely artificial world."

Schoolchildren recruited as copyright 'spies' in Hong Kong

20/01/2006 @ 18:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Schoolchildren recruited as copyright 'spies' in Hong Kong - remember kids, nobody likes a snitch

C64S

20/01/2006 @ 18:08 UTC

Andy Baio : C64S - web-based Commodore 64 emulator  [via]

Patriot Search

19/01/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Nelson Minar : Patriot Search - Help the government! (via Battelle)

Andy Baio : Patriot Search - sly commentary on the US Government asking search engines for private search queries

kayodeok : Patriot Search - Help the government by making your search activity public.

Jason DeFillippo leaves Technorati to work on Metroblogging full-time

19/01/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Jason DeFillippo leaves Technorati to work on Metroblogging full-time - with Mumbai, they're up to 40 local blogs

Top 65 Music Videos of 2005

19/01/2006 @ 08:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Top 65 Music Videos of 2005 - outstanding annotated list

Milo Vermeulen : m3 online: Top 65 Music Videos of 2005 - Top 65 Music Videos of 2005 [via]

Google Robot FAQ from 2030

18/01/2006 @ 10:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Google Robot FAQ from 2030 - sounds familiar

kayodeok : The Google Robot FAQ (Last update: November 1st, 2030) - Google Robots are our human-like machines that walk the earth to record information. They do no harm, and they do not invade your privacy.

François Nonnenmacher : The Google Robot FAQ 2030 - LOL

Washington DC schools target Facebook, MySpace

18/01/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Washington DC schools target Facebook, MySpace - won't somebody think of the children?

Video: Dev2.0, "Whip It"

18/01/2006 @ 05:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: Dev2.0, "Whip It" - directed by Gerald Casale of DEVO for Disney Records  [via]

Ted, torrent episode downloaders

18/01/2006 @ 05:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Ted, torrent episode downloaders - Windows utility automates TV episode downloads from public trackers  [via]

Jeremy Zawodny : ted: torrent episode downloader - ted: torrent episode downloader: "Meet ted! Your new way of downloading tv shows from the web!" it was only a matter of time!

Iraqi Invasion: A Text Misadventure

18/01/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Iraqi Invasion: A Text Misadventure - Zork meets the Washington Post

Jeremy Zawodny : Iraqi Invasion: A Text Misadventure - Iraqi Invasion: A Text Misadventure: oh. my. god. so fucking funny!

Rod Begbie : defective yeti: Xyzzy - GWBush as Infocom. "Oval Office You are standing inside a White House, having just been elected to the presidency of the United States." #

kellan : Iraqi Invasion as Zork - "If Bush is so in the dark, why hasn't he been eaten by a Grue?" #

jimray : Iraqi Invasion: A Text Misadventure - "> FILL SHOES You are unable to fill Clinton's shoes."

Disaffected

17/01/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Disaffected - videogame parody of working at a Kinko's store, sounds like Root Beer Tapper

Kottke on the Digg vs. Slashdot effects

13/01/2006 @ 00:10 UTC

Andy Baio : Kottke on the Digg vs. Slashdot effects - Slashdot still wields enormous traffic, even as Digg's influence grows

Linkorama : Digg vs. Slashdot - (or, traffic vs. influence) (kottke.org)

Video: Live Action Punch-Out

11/01/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Video: Live Action Punch-Out - not great, but I've been humming the Punch Out theme since I saw this last week

The Prejudice World Map

11/01/2006 @ 18:08 UTC

Andy Baio : The Prejudice World Map - silly fun with Google wildcards

jkottke : A world map of cultural prejudices, compiled by asking Google what different cultures "are known for" - A world map of cultural prejudices, compiled by asking Google what different cultures "are known for". (via waxy, who is known for good links) [via]

Rod Begbie : The Prejudice Map - "According to Google, people in the world are known for..." [via#

Wayne Burkett : The Prejudice Map - Just getting around to this. Interesting and funny. #

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