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Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Ruby book sales growth plummets again

18/01/2007 @ 23:02 UTC

jcgregorio : Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Ruby book sales growth plummets again

You Must Reach Out to Win in a Networked World

18/01/2007 @ 23:01 UTC

WillPate : You Must Reach Out to Win in a Networked World - To win in a networked world, what counts is how many other systems your application can reach out to

DTDs Don’t Work on the Web

18/01/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

wearehugh : DTDs Don’t Work on the Web - and daniel "the resource it targets should NOT be cached" glazman is an idiot

whump.com | More Like This WebLog » No, really, catalogs matter.

18/01/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

wearehugh : whump.com | More Like This WebLog » No, really, catalogs matter. - hey look, there's a technical term for why daniel glazman is an idiot

Telegraph | Expat | It's the way they tell them

18/01/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

wearehugh : Telegraph | Expat | It's the way they tell them

Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Comments

18/01/2007 @ 22:03 UTC

jcgregorio : Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Comments

iusethis.com: applications used by merlinmann

18/01/2007 @ 22:03 UTC

43folders : iusethis.com: applications used by merlinmann - Finally got around to doing a profile of Mac apps I use at iusethis.com. I'll try to do a longer "apps I use now" post when I can.

SourceForge.net: BackupHDDVD

18/01/2007 @ 22:01 UTC

wearehugh : SourceForge.net: BackupHDDVD

NYC plans to allow people to send photos to 911 and 311

18/01/2007 @ 22:00 UTC

jkottke : NYC plans to allow people to send photos to 911 and 311 - NYC plans to allow people to send photos to 911 and 311.

Charlie Rose - HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON - Google Video

18/01/2007 @ 21:01 UTC

jimray : Charlie Rose - HENRI CARTIER-BRESSON - Google Video - Awesome!

What can you get for $1.2 trillion?

18/01/2007 @ 20:03 UTC

kellan : What can you get for $1.2 trillion? - What can you get for $1.2 trillion?. The opportunity cost of the war in Iraq. [via#

Pleasant Ridge-based ePrize woos smaller clients with new lower-priced service

18/01/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

deusx : Pleasant Ridge-based ePrize woos smaller clients with new lower-priced service - "Pleasant Ridge-based ePrize today launched its Caffeine Promotions Platform -- a product that allows small businesses to jump into the world of big-time Internet contest and promotions."

Mailhook - The easiest way to accept mail in your web apps

18/01/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

deusx : Mailhook - The easiest way to accept mail in your web apps - "Just put in a URL, and we'll give you a mail host that will post to your URL when it receives email, giving you easy access to all the fields of incoming email."

Simon Willison : Mailhook - Mailhook. Free e-mail address to HTTP POST bridge—just provide a script URL and you’ll be given a subdomain; any e-mail sent to an address at that host is then posted to your script.

Matthew M. Boedicker : mailhook, free email to HTTP POST gateway - (via simonwillison) [via]

bmilleare : Mailhook - The easiest way to accept mail in your web apps - Awesome

blogrium » Blog Archive » Mailhook

18/01/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

deusx : blogrium » Blog Archive » Mailhook - "At a high level, you can think of Mailhook as an email to HTTP adapter."

The upper reaches of the northern hemisphere are warming so much that new islands are being disco...

18/01/2007 @ 20:00 UTC

jkottke : The upper reaches of the northern hemisphere are warming so much that new islands are being discovered - The upper reaches of the northern hemisphere are warming so much that new islands are being discovered, including those once thought to be peninsula. "A peninsula long thought to be part of Greenland's mainland turned out to be an island when a glacier re

AACS: DRM for video

18/01/2007 @ 19:02 UTC

Nelson Minar : AACS: DRM for video - Overview of the encryption/antipiracy tech in HD-DVD and Blu-Ray

Mudflation

18/01/2007 @ 19:01 UTC

Nelson Minar : Mudflation - problems for fictional economies

Freedom to Tinker » Blog Archive » AACS: Modeling the Battle

18/01/2007 @ 19:00 UTC

wearehugh : Freedom to Tinker » Blog Archive » AACS: Modeling the Battle

lowercase L blog

18/01/2007 @ 19:00 UTC

jkottke : lowercase L blog - The best niche blog yet: it's devoted to the use of the lowercase "L" in otherwise uppercase text. "WHAT THE HEll? WHY DO PEOPlE WRITE lIKE THIS?"

cobra libre : lowercase L - Something new to baffle and irritate you #

Merci infiniment - Carnet Web Karl

18/01/2007 @ 18:02 UTC

tehu : Merci infiniment - Carnet Web Karl - I prefer when a blog ends with a smile. Merci Karl

sniflabsinc. home

18/01/2007 @ 18:01 UTC

jimray : sniflabsinc. home - Social networking for dogs via an RFID collar tag

Rod Begbie : sniflabsinc. home - Social networking for dogs, using RFID collar tags to track "friends". [via#

Web newspaper blog traffic triples in Dec-study

18/01/2007 @ 18:01 UTC

jimray : Web newspaper blog traffic triples in Dec-study - "Unique visitors to blog sites affiliated with the largest Internet newspapers rose to 3.8 million in December 2006 from 1.2 million viewers a year earlier, tracking firm Nielsen//NetRatings said."

TagMaps - World Explorer

18/01/2007 @ 18:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : TagMaps - World Explorer - Wicked cool use of Flickr's geotagging -- Overlay maps with the tags most commonly used on photos taken at those locations. [via#

DNA Lounge: ATM Subversion

18/01/2007 @ 18:01 UTC

deusx : DNA Lounge: ATM Subversion - "``Destroy Capitalism'' but charges him a $3 service fee. Irony is hard, let's go shopping!"

Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification

18/01/2007 @ 18:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification - Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification. Smart (and pretty) trick for showing a representation tied to a commenters IP address without affecting their privacy.

Rod Begbie : Don Park's Daily Habit - Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification - Attractive approach to giving plausible deniability when someone fakes your name posting comments, without having your IP address posted publicly. [via#

joshua : Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification - using a visual function of an ip address to establish continuity of identity

Matthew M. Boedicker : identicon puts an icon design based on your IP address in your comments to give a visual hint of identity - (via hack the planet) [via]

Milo Vermeulen : Don Park's Daily Habit - Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification, aka 'Identicons' [via]

factoryjoe : Don Park's Daily Habit - Visual Security: 9-block IP Identification - A neat trick for identifying people by visualizing IP addresses. Saved By: Chris Messina | View Details | Give Thanks Tags: metoday, avatar, ip verification, gylph

Sonos Digital Music System

18/01/2007 @ 18:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Sonos Digital Music System - Sonos Digital Music System: I'd love one of these someday...

software solutions to hardware problems, and outbreaks of the future

18/01/2007 @ 18:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : software solutions to hardware problems, and outbreaks of the future - software solutions to hardware problems, and outbreaks of the future: "I just felt a bit like I was living in the future for a minute there. I got a little chill. "

CTV.ca | Small molecule offers hope for cancer treatment

18/01/2007 @ 17:04 UTC

jcgregorio : CTV.ca | Small molecule offers hope for cancer treatment

Aqui Cal-Mex

18/01/2007 @ 17:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Aqui Cal-Mex - Aqui Cal-Mex: there's one near me that I should check out

Stephen Colbert explains the whole AT&T thing! [video]

18/01/2007 @ 17:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Stephen Colbert explains the whole AT&T thing! [video] - Stephen Colbert explains the whole AT&T thing! [video]: hahahahahaha!

Rod Begbie : YouTube - Stephen Colbert explains the whole AT&T thing! - Your handy guide to understanding the whole Cingular/AT&T thing. [via#

Science Marches On

18/01/2007 @ 17:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Science Marches On - Science Marches On: "It's a tax on people who are stupid enough to come to a bar without money."

Hacking the XBox 360’s HD-DVD for the PC

18/01/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : Hacking the XBox 360’s HD-DVD for the PC

Newegg.com - Microsoft Xbox 360 HD-DVD Player Add-On - Retail

18/01/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : Newegg.com - Microsoft Xbox 360 HD-DVD Player Add-On - Retail

[Ffmpeg-devel] support for hddvd .evo files (mpg ps variant) in ffmpeg

18/01/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : [Ffmpeg-devel] support for hddvd .evo files (mpg ps variant) in ffmpeg - "I've attached an initial patch to support demuxing EVOBs"

MiamiHerald.com | 01/17/2007 | QB Vick raises suspicion at Miami airport

18/01/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : MiamiHerald.com | 01/17/2007 | QB Vick raises suspicion at Miami airport - new definition of stupid: smuggling drugs onto an airplane IN A 20 OUNCE WATER BOTTLE

Blogging Roller: IBM listened

18/01/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : Blogging Roller: IBM listened

Lighter-than Wins in 2007 | What Not How | http://duncan-cragg.org/blog/

18/01/2007 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : Lighter-than Wins in 2007 | What Not How | http://duncan-cragg.org/blog/

Tog reviews iPhone

18/01/2007 @ 16:02 UTC

Cameron Moll : Tog reviews iPhone - Bruce Tognazzini's review of the iPhone's user experience. He mentions he hasn't actually used the phone yet, but some good observations nonetheless. "The origins of these bits and pieces, however, is not what’s important about the iPhone. Whatâ

Valencia Graphics

18/01/2007 @ 16:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Valencia Graphics - Valencia Graphics. New site from the talented team at Valencia Community College.

Pentagram has redesigned the Doomsday Clock, which depicts the world's proximity to nuclear annih...

18/01/2007 @ 16:00 UTC

jkottke : Pentagram has redesigned the Doomsday Clock, which depicts the world's proximity to nuclear annihilation - Pentagram has redesigned the Doomsday Clock, which depicts the world's proximity to nuclear annihilation. The funny thing is that they designed the 12 o'clock face, which will never actually be needed because we'll all be dead before the Bulletin of the A

YouTube has video of the Jeep Waterfall

18/01/2007 @ 11:00 UTC

plasticbag : YouTube has video of the Jeep Waterfall - I linked to something like this a while back - a system of valves programmed to open and close very rapidly release inkjet like blobs of water, creating a fountain in which words fall from the air. Very cool.

PanoramaScanCam

18/01/2007 @ 10:01 UTC

joshua : PanoramaScanCam - guy makes a panoramic camera out of a broken scanner

The Onion partners with the Washington Post

18/01/2007 @ 08:01 UTC

jimray : The Onion partners with the Washington Post - WaPo will print and distribute and sell local ads

VisualApex - Plasma TVs and Digital Projectors

18/01/2007 @ 07:01 UTC

joshua : VisualApex - Plasma TVs and Digital Projectors - yabing says this place is good

Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | The Complicators

18/01/2007 @ 04:01 UTC

jcgregorio : Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | The Complicators

Windows 386 Promo Video - Google Video

18/01/2007 @ 04:01 UTC

jimray : Windows 386 Promo Video - Google Video - Seriously, just skip to the seven minute mark, it's absolutely stunning

Feld Thoughts - Tips For 24 Newbies

18/01/2007 @ 03:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : Feld Thoughts - Tips For 24 Newbies - "Chloe is right. Don’t ever question that girl. Believe it or not, she can shoot a gun." #

American Idol Myspace Hunt: Round #1

18/01/2007 @ 03:00 UTC

Andy Baio : American Idol Myspace Hunt: Round #1 - researching each contestant so you can heckle them directly

Rod Begbie : American Idol Myspace Hunt: Round #1 - It stands to reason that most people who audition for American Idol have MySpace pages, so here's some gathered together for you. [via#

Planet OpenID

18/01/2007 @ 02:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Planet OpenID - Planet OpenID. Aggregating news about OpenID�surprisingly high traffic.

Cute little pixelated Albert Einstein video from eBoy

18/01/2007 @ 02:00 UTC

jkottke : Cute little pixelated Albert Einstein video from eBoy - Cute little pixelated Albert Einstein video from eBoy.

plasticbag : Awesome video from eboy made using pixel art and featuring Albert Einstein - It's like someone brought magical life to pixels and they snogged some Habbos, hung out with Lego models and ended up cooler than all of em...

Study: Powerful people can't draw a reversed "E" on their foreheads

18/01/2007 @ 01:04 UTC

cobra libre : Study: Powerful people can't draw a reversed "E" on their foreheads - At least, not in such a way that anyone would be able to read it besides themselves. #

Mono-based device wins Best-of-Show at CES

18/01/2007 @ 01:04 UTC

Simon Willison : Mono-based device wins Best-of-Show at CES - Mono-based device wins Best-of-Show at CES. “The Sansa Connect is running Linux as its operating system, and the whole application stack is built on Mono, running on an ARM processor.�

FIPA Abstract Architecture

18/01/2007 @ 01:03 UTC

Simon Willison : FIPA Abstract Architecture - FIPA Abstract Architecture. Bill de hÓra shows how the work of the Intelligent Agents communit relates to SOA / WS-*. We studied FIPA at University and the parallels to parts of the Web Service stack are pretty interesting.

isolani - Web Accessibility: FormCamp: Day 2

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : isolani - Web Accessibility: FormCamp: Day 2

Debian Package of the Day » Blog Archive » rlwrap: use readline’s line editing with ...

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : Debian Package of the Day » Blog Archive » rlwrap: use readline’s line editing with all applications

Why do geeks have lust for ZFS? at zamwi.com

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : Why do geeks have lust for ZFS? at zamwi.com - It's a "Z"! Don't you get it? A "Z"! My filesystem only has an "X"! That's, like, two generations behind!

123 I Love You: Words that rhyme with "bunt"

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : 123 I Love You: Words that rhyme with "bunt"

Open Sources | InfoWorld | Two principles of successful open source businesses | January 14, 2007...

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : Open Sources | InfoWorld | Two principles of successful open source businesses | January 14, 2007 09:38 PM | By Matt Asay - "Hence, the now ubiquitous "Community" vs. "Professional" or "Enterprise" versions of products, with the hope that Community users will become Professional or Enterprise buyers. They won't. Give it up."

Laws of Computational Metaphysics (goer.org)

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : Laws of Computational Metaphysics (goer.org)

Ancient Chinese secret, huh?

18/01/2007 @ 01:02 UTC

wearehugh : Ancient Chinese secret, huh? - the fine meta-art of stamping traditional chinese paintings. really.

An Antic Disposition: Calling Captain Kirk

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : An Antic Disposition: Calling Captain Kirk - this is the sort of discussion that's supposed to happen *before* the standard is finalized (which is why *good* standards take so damn long)

Edited Out of History - Simon Phipps, SunMink

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : Edited Out of History - Simon Phipps, SunMink

123 I Love You: Poverty of Riches

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : 123 I Love You: Poverty of Riches - "if your family gives you a video I-pod, this means that their love for you is sincere ... if someone gives you a can of salmon oil pills in a plastic bag..."

Event-Driven Web Application Design » Yahoo! User Interface Blog

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : Event-Driven Web Application Design » Yahoo! User Interface Blog

Isofarro : Event-Driven Web Application Design - Christian Heilmann outlines a core technique for building web applications - designing it around the use of events. This allows the code to be more modular and more maintainable. Chris bridges the divide between web standards based approach to development

deusx : Event-Driven Web Application Design » Yahoo! User Interface Blog - "You can apply the same DOM-event style logic to anything that happens within your application itself. You can plan your application that way from the outset"

Don’t buy the pig in the wig or “why most JavaScript tutorials still suck� - W...

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : Don’t buy the pig in the wig or “why most JavaScript tutorials still suck� - Wait till I come!

VUKkeyfinder - Doom9's Forum

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : VUKkeyfinder - Doom9's Forum - crappy tool, but the next one will suck less, and the one after that will Just Work

BackupHDDVD, a tool to decrypt AACS protected movies - Page 45 - Doom9's Forum

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : BackupHDDVD, a tool to decrypt AACS protected movies - Page 45 - Doom9's Forum - first-gen gui decryption tool for aacs

Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | The Cannon

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | The Cannon - "Hyperspecialization is the new black."

jcgregorio : Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | The Cannon

To DTD or not to DTD - The Netscape Blog

18/01/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

wearehugh : To DTD or not to DTD - The Netscape Blog - why the fuckity-fuck-fuck is *anyone* downloading this dtd, ever?

Freedom to Tinker » Blog Archive » AACS: Sequence Keys and Tracing

18/01/2007 @ 01:00 UTC

wearehugh : Freedom to Tinker » Blog Archive » AACS: Sequence Keys and Tracing

Doin' the robot has never looked so good in this video for Uniqlo

18/01/2007 @ 01:00 UTC

jkottke : Doin' the robot has never looked so good in this video for Uniqlo - Doin' the robot has never looked so good in this video for Uniqlo. (via wider angle) [via]

Nelson Minar : Uniqlo Mixplay - J-Pop-Lock music video

A list of the phrase "my hovercraft is full of eels" in dozens of languages

18/01/2007 @ 00:00 UTC

jkottke : A list of the phrase "my hovercraft is full of eels" in dozens of languages - The web is perfect for taking jokes too far: a list of the phrase "my hovercraft is full of eels" in dozens of languages.

Simon Willison : Translations of My hovercraft is full of eels in many languages - Translations of My hovercraft is full of eels in many languages. Great for unicode testing.  [via]

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