Dustin Long's homepage - Kamen Lisp

13/04/2007 @ 23:00 UTC

deusx : Dustin Long's homepage - Kamen Lisp - "allowing web pages to operate with pure, standard compliant Common Lisp. This Firefox extension uses ECL to host a lisp environment, interfacing with the existing Javascript engine only when necessary."

Adactio: Journal - Machine Tags of Loving Grace

13/04/2007 @ 22:01 UTC

deusx : Adactio: Journal - Machine Tags of Loving Grace - "I’ve started to implement this machine tag format here. If you look at my last post—which has a whole list of books—you’ll see that I’ve tagged the post with a bunch of machine tags in the book:isbn format."

Wordpress OpenID Plugin+ at willnorris.com

13/04/2007 @ 22:01 UTC

deusx : Wordpress OpenID Plugin+ at willnorris.com - "wpopenid is a Wordpress plugin by Alan Castonguay that enables commenters to authenticate using their OpenID."

The prospect of all-female conception - Independent Online Edition > Science & Technology

13/04/2007 @ 22:01 UTC

deusx : The prospect of all-female conception - Independent Online Edition > Science & Technology - "Scientists are seeking ethical permission to produce synthetic sperm cells from a woman's bone marrow tissue after showing that it possible to produce rudimentary sperm cells from male bone-marrow tissue."

jquery ^ 2

13/04/2007 @ 22:00 UTC

deusx : jquery ^ 2 - Not the sequel to jQuery, but a Ruby-esque domain-specific language demo for constructing jQuery calls.

machine tags

13/04/2007 @ 22:00 UTC

deusx : machine tags - "A website dedicated to machine tags"

factoryjoe : machine tags - Machine tags, also called triple tags, are tags that contain information that is both human and machine readable, just like normal tags. However, these tags can carry an extra special meaning to machines; the tags are formed with a speci

Happy Friday the 13th!

13/04/2007 @ 22:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Happy Friday the 13th! - all 160 on-screen deaths from the Jason series

Retarted Childrens Thirft Store [photo]

13/04/2007 @ 21:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Retarted Childrens Thirft Store [photo] - Retarted Childrens Thirft Store [photo]: heh

ChronoSync | Quick Setup | Econ Technologies

13/04/2007 @ 20:02 UTC

43folders : ChronoSync | Quick Setup | Econ Technologies - Very useful introduction to setting up ChronoSync synchronization.

10 reasons for enterprises to use opensource

13/04/2007 @ 20:02 UTC

Linkorama : 10 reasons for enterprises to use opensource - Good argument for how it is more than economics, but culture change

factoryjoe : 10 reasons for enterprises to use opensource - A nice summary in response to Hugh's post. Tags: open source, enterprise

Startups in Kenya

13/04/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

WillPate : Startups in Kenya - "Mostly about the day-to-day challenges of an entrepreneur in Nairobi Kenya"

White African

13/04/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

WillPate : White African - "Where Africa and technology collide"

BarCampKenya

13/04/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

WillPate : BarCampKenya

The Unintended Consequences of Rogers' Packet Shaping

13/04/2007 @ 20:01 UTC

WillPate : The Unintended Consequences of Rogers' Packet Shaping - "By reducing the bandwidth available for this application, Rogers is impairing the ability for Canadian artists to distribute their work and hampering the development of open source software in Canada"

The Travesty of Canadian Mobile Data Rates

13/04/2007 @ 20:00 UTC

WillPate : The Travesty of Canadian Mobile Data Rates - "There are groups like Mobile Muse and others like that are doing innovative stuff. Locked away in research labs or funding short trials, because no one else can afford the data rates."

Canada Worse than 3rd World Countries when it comes to Mobile Data Access

13/04/2007 @ 20:00 UTC

WillPate : Canada Worse than 3rd World Countries when it comes to Mobile Data Access - "even *Rwanda* has orders of magnitude better Mobile Data service than Canada."

Writing Tests [PHP-QAT: Quality Assurance Team]

13/04/2007 @ 20:00 UTC

deusx : Writing Tests [PHP-QAT: Quality Assurance Team] - "A phpt test is a little script used by the php internal and quality assurance teams to test PHP's functionality."

PHPUnit - Trac

13/04/2007 @ 20:00 UTC

deusx : PHPUnit - Trac - "a member of the xUnit family of testing frameworks and provides both a framework that makes the writing of tests easy as well as the functionality to easily run the tests and analyse their results."

Hamster Shredder

13/04/2007 @ 20:00 UTC

cameron : Hamster Shredder - If only the cage were self-cleaning and the hamster self-feeding. via b3ta.

Gong Szeto Blogs

13/04/2007 @ 19:01 UTC

Khoi Vinh : Gong Szeto Blogs - My old boss and the co-founder of i/o 360 enters the blogosphere.

Hacknot - Invasion Of The Dynamic Language Weenies

13/04/2007 @ 17:01 UTC

jcgregorio : Hacknot - Invasion Of The Dynamic Language Weenies - Written by a Java guy. Shocking.

A closed mind about an open world

13/04/2007 @ 17:01 UTC

Linkorama : A closed mind about an open world - It is not that openness is always right. Rather, it is that we need a balance between open and closed, owned and free, and we are systematically likely to get the balance wrong. Partly this is because we still do not understand the kind of property that e

vertical mini garden

13/04/2007 @ 16:03 UTC

Matthew M. Boedicker : vertical mini garden

Nigel's Green Skeleton Shirt - This Is Spinal Tap - founditemclothing.com

13/04/2007 @ 16:02 UTC

Rod Begbie : Nigel's Green Skeleton Shirt - This Is Spinal Tap - founditemclothing.com - Gonna have to get myself one of these. "Exactly medically accurate". #

IE WebDeveloper V2

13/04/2007 @ 16:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : IE WebDeveloper V2 - Firebug-a-like for IE. If this works as advertised, it could be indispensable for cross-browser Javascriptery. [via#

Color Palette Generator

13/04/2007 @ 16:01 UTC

Richard Rutter : Color Palette Generator - .

25 Code Snippets for Web Designers (Part3)

13/04/2007 @ 16:01 UTC

bmilleare : 25 Code Snippets for Web Designers (Part3)

To compensate for yesterday, here's where you get to tell me all about my bad traits...

13/04/2007 @ 16:00 UTC

plasticbag : To compensate for yesterday, here's where you get to tell me all about my bad traits... - This is nohari - the negative of johari. Everyone was frankly far too easy on me yesterday, so now we get to see the dark stuff...

O'Reilly Radar > GPLv3, Linux and GPLv2 Compatibility

13/04/2007 @ 16:00 UTC

wearehugh : O'Reilly Radar > GPLv3, Linux and GPLv2 Compatibility

Elias Torres » Blog Archive » I want my 304

13/04/2007 @ 16:00 UTC

wearehugh : Elias Torres » Blog Archive » I want my 304

T-Shirt Printing | Indigo Clothing T Shirt Printing Guide

13/04/2007 @ 15:01 UTC

jonhicks : T-Shirt Printing | Indigo Clothing T Shirt Printing Guide

Dog Playing with Interactive Floor Display

13/04/2007 @ 14:01 UTC

Khoi Vinh : Dog Playing with Interactive Floor Display - The funnest physical computing demonstration ever.

Baseline Rhythm Calculator

13/04/2007 @ 14:00 UTC

jonhicks : Baseline Rhythm Calculator - This is a good start, but needs to allow for other variables such as choosing heading placement, and adjusting margins accordingly

Oxford Geek Night on BBC South Today Oxford

13/04/2007 @ 11:00 UTC

jonhicks : Oxford Geek Night on BBC South Today Oxford - Typefacing! Love of Computers!

Daniel Rose restaurant

13/04/2007 @ 09:01 UTC

nelson : Daniel Rose restaurant - American chef making friends in Paris

My Job At Target

13/04/2007 @ 08:00 UTC

adamrg : My Job At Target - Video of various shoplifter takedowns at a Target store from the perspective of the store's security cameras.

Plastic sheets perform auto-origami - tech - 12 April 2007 - New Scientist Tech

13/04/2007 @ 08:00 UTC

deusx : Plastic sheets perform auto-origami - tech - 12 April 2007 - New Scientist Tech - "Sheets of plastic that fold into tiny pyramids, boxes and spheres when water is added have been created by French researchers."

Debunking myths about the "Third World"

13/04/2007 @ 07:01 UTC

adamrg : Debunking myths about the "Third World" - Amazing. Just. Wow.

Gapminder - Tools

13/04/2007 @ 07:01 UTC

adamrg : Gapminder - Tools - I'm going to use these if I ever have a current world issues class. *crosses fingers*

Flash Mobs as Reality TV

13/04/2007 @ 07:00 UTC

adamrg : Flash Mobs as Reality TV - Only asians could do it...

I Believe In Science

13/04/2007 @ 07:00 UTC

deusx : I Believe In Science - "The Tree of Life design celebrates the theory of evolution and was created to give a voice to those who favor traditional biology and oppose the growing American support of various forms of creationism."

ProductWiki

13/04/2007 @ 05:02 UTC

Linkorama : ProductWiki - ProductWiki is the website where people share information about consumer products. All of the content in the wiki is written and maintained by people just like you.

Twitter takes e-chat to extremes

13/04/2007 @ 04:01 UTC

jimray : Twitter takes e-chat to extremes - MSNBC.com is the home of none other than Rex Sorgatz, Twitter-guy extraordinaire, and we run an AP article. For shame, I say, for SHAME.

Boing Boing: NIN's anti-piracy piss-take

13/04/2007 @ 04:00 UTC

wearehugh : Boing Boing: NIN's anti-piracy piss-take - and a list of copyright warnings they rejected

Dogpatch Dispatch Top Down VS. Bottom Up ?

13/04/2007 @ 03:02 UTC

Linkorama : Dogpatch Dispatch Top Down VS. Bottom Up ? - I stopped by one CMS vendor’s booth that advertised Enterprise 2.0 on its list of features. I was curious to learn what features they added to their CMS. When I asked about 2.0, the most articulate rep kept repeating “blogs and wikis? but was unable

thecommunityplaybook.com

13/04/2007 @ 03:02 UTC

Linkorama : thecommunityplaybook.com - Intuit's Scott Wilder launched a new blog, The Community Playbook. Anyone working on communities for large organization should instantly subscribe.

Twitter trouble

13/04/2007 @ 03:02 UTC

Linkorama : Twitter trouble - In any case, I'm proud that Twitter is having to push the envelope on scaling Rails. Fielding 11,000+ requests per second is no small feat for any dynamic web application. Once the stress of having to deal with that in the moment subsides, I'm convinced t

slight paranoia: A Deceit-Augmented Man In The Middle Attack Against Bank of America's SiteKey Se...

13/04/2007 @ 03:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : slight paranoia: A Deceit-Augmented Man In The Middle Attack Against Bank of America's SiteKey Service - Those anti-phishing "pick a photo and a phrase that must be displayed when you login to your bank" systems? Work-aroundable by smart-enough phishers. Wonder where the arms race goes next? [via#

Interactive Johari Window - Describe rodbegbie

13/04/2007 @ 03:01 UTC

Rod Begbie : Interactive Johari Window - Describe rodbegbie - Back in the third year of my CompSci degree, there was a class that was around personal development and teamwork -- presumably to help tweak out the Asbergery tendencies of CompSci students -- and part of it was the Johari Window (which I largely remember [via#

So that was Oxford Geek Night 2

13/04/2007 @ 03:00 UTC

Simon Willison : So that was Oxford Geek Night 2 - So that was Oxford Geek Night 2. Nat’s writeup, including video of the local news coverage (in which I look like a total dork).

plasticbag : Natalie Downe talks about Oxford Geek Night 2... - This was a while back, but I love grassroots events and Nat's done a really sterling job getting this one together. The next one's supposed to be in June, I believe...

Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Scaling Matters : Twitter

13/04/2007 @ 02:01 UTC

jcgregorio : Joe Gregorio | BitWorking | Scaling Matters : Twitter

Terminal Tip: Accessing built-in calendars - The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

13/04/2007 @ 02:01 UTC

43folders : Terminal Tip: Accessing built-in calendars - The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW) - "On pretty much any version of Mac OS X, you can use the built-in calendar command to list the events of the day."

Will Ferrell Movie Generator

13/04/2007 @ 02:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Will Ferrell Movie Generator - I've seen some of these, I think. [via#

preed's blah-blah-blahg: Version Control System Shootout Redux Redux

13/04/2007 @ 02:00 UTC

wearehugh : preed's blah-blah-blahg: Version Control System Shootout Redux Redux - "it took over a month of constant runtime to complete a trunk-only import of the [Mozilla] CVS repository"

Apple Statement: Financial News [10.5 delayed til October]

13/04/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

43folders : Apple Statement: Financial News [10.5 delayed til October] - iPhone in "late June" and Leopard in _October_. "Life often presents tradeoffs," observed the press release. [via:DaringFireball.net]

Out Box: Elements of E-style: The Talk of the Town: The New Yorker

13/04/2007 @ 01:01 UTC

43folders : Out Box: Elements of E-style: The Talk of the Town: The New Yorker - I've actually been trying to wean myself off email exclamation points. They strike me as both needy and spazzy. [via: Kottke.org]

good evening: FROM THE SHRINER TEMPLE

13/04/2007 @ 00:00 UTC

43folders : good evening: FROM THE SHRINER TEMPLE - "ANYONE WITH ADVICE ON HOW TO GET RID OF A MYSPACE PAGE may post it below."

Opera releases 9.2 browser, adds "Speed Dial"

13/04/2007 @ 00:00 UTC

wearehugh : Opera releases 9.2 browser, adds "Speed Dial" - that's pretty cool

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