5 reasons I won't be getting on the open id train - Warpspire

19/04/2008 @ 23:00 UTC

deusx : 5 reasons I won't be getting on the open id train - Warpspire - "My problem is how OpenID full on assaults user experience."

Bulgogi Kio Yoshi Enchantment product appeared wow!

19/04/2008 @ 22:00 UTC

cobra libre : Bulgogi Kio Yoshi Enchantment product appeared wow! - "People around the same time presence 'That was a hell?? Karrubi, or marbling it!'" [via#

Your London - Living

19/04/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

philgyford : Your London - Living - "This website lets you search for food businesses across London to find out the hygiene rating they achieved from their last food hygiene inspection." Am I Being Poisoned Or Not? (via Haddock)

TweetDumpr

19/04/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

philgyford : TweetDumpr - Exports all your Twitters to a CSV file. (via MegP)

factoryjoe : TweetDumpr - This is a hideous tool that can be used to export your entire Twitter timeline to a CSV file, readable by any spreadsheet application (Excel, Numbers, etc.). Exported data includes the tweet plus a timestamp of when it was sent. Saved

Vote Match

19/04/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

philgyford : Vote Match - Help to decide who to vote for in the London elections. For me it says: Paddick, Livingstone, Left List, Greens... Still hard to decide. (via Haddock)

Postcard from Provence ◊ a painting a day ◊ a daily painting blog

19/04/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

philgyford : Postcard from Provence ◊ a painting a day ◊ a daily painting blog - He paints a painting every day and then auctions it. Lovely paintings. Something like this has been my exit strategy for a while (assuming I found time to improve at painting/drawing/etc). (via Textism)

Kbinstuff -perl, Unicode/utf8, CGI.pm, apache, mod_perl and MySQL 

19/04/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

philgyford : Kbinstuff -perl, Unicode/utf8, CGI.pm, apache, mod_perl and MySQL  - My Perl scripts were never fetching UTF8 strings from a UTF8 database. Much cursing later, I found this reference to doing $dbh->("mysql_enable_utf8") = 1. Seems to work. Finally. Grr.

HTML 5 vs. Yadis

19/04/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

Simon Willison : HTML 5 vs. Yadis - HTML 5 vs. Yadis. The draft HTML5 spec currently disallows values for http-equiv and link rel which aren’t listed in the spec—meaning both methods of specifying a link to an OpenID server are invalid for HTML5. This should probably be fixed...

JavaScript: The Good Parts

19/04/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

Simon Willison : JavaScript: The Good Parts - JavaScript: The Good Parts. Douglas Crockford’s soon-to-be-published book on the subset of JavaScript that he recommends. Promises to be “short, but dense?—if it’s half as good as his JavaScript lectures this is going to be a must-have.

Mibbit

19/04/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Mibbit - Mibbit. Excellent web-based IRC client, should be great for when pesky firewalls get in the way. Also a good candidate for use with a site-specific browser.  [via]

Rod Begbie : Mibbit - Excellently-done IRC client-in-your-browser, getting around the usual firewall issues if you're on a corporate LAN. [via#

Watchlist RSS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

19/04/2008 @ 16:00 UTC

gleuschk : Watchlist RSS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Works! Yay!

PayPal Plans to Ban Unsafe Browsers

19/04/2008 @ 12:00 UTC

Simon Willison : PayPal Plans to Ban Unsafe Browsers - PayPal Plans to Ban Unsafe Browsers. At first I thought they were going to encourage real anti-phishing features in browsers, which would be a big win for OpenID... but it turns out they’re just requiring EV SSL certificates which have been proven not

Cluetrainwreck

19/04/2008 @ 10:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Cluetrainwreck - Cluetrainwreck. Comcast’s official Twitter account is pretty creepy... “I hope we can change your perception of Comcast!?.

deusx : The Fishbowl: Cluetrainwreck - "Joining in the online conversation is a great way to connect to your customers. But only if you’re prepared to be human and honest."

Quotation search in Google News

19/04/2008 @ 09:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Quotation search in Google News - Quotation search in Google News. Extremely impressive application of (I suppose) natural language processing in Google News—it now extracts quotations from news stories, even handling things like “he said? and “she said? and resolving them bac [via]

Andy Baio : Google News adds quotation search - an impressive first, extracting quotes from articles with proper attribution  [via]

PERRspectives Blog: 10 Debate Questions John McCain Will Never Be Asked

19/04/2008 @ 08:00 UTC

wearehugh : PERRspectives Blog: 10 Debate Questions John McCain Will Never Be Asked

How to recreate a multi-title DVD into a single title DVD with free tools - Digital Video Forums

19/04/2008 @ 07:00 UTC

wearehugh : How to recreate a multi-title DVD into a single title DVD with free tools - Digital Video Forums

Automating Firefox for Web App Integration

19/04/2008 @ 04:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Automating Firefox for Web App Integration - insane, you can telnet to Firefox and control it with any scripting language

joshua : Ideas For Dozens: Automating Firefox for Web Application Integration - holy cow

Coworker.nl - Coworking spots in The Netherlands

19/04/2008 @ 03:01 UTC

factoryjoe : Coworker.nl - Coworking spots in The Netherlands - Sweet map of coworking spaces in the Netherlands. Saved By: Chris Messina | View Details | Give Thanks Tags: map, coworking, Netherlands

Scaling out MySQL: Hardware today and tomorrow

19/04/2008 @ 03:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Scaling out MySQL: Hardware today and tomorrow - Scaling out MySQL: Hardware today and tomorrow: good talk slides

bmilleare : Scaling out MySQL: Hardware today and tomorrow - Good slides.

code.flickr: Web 2.0 Expo, you’re in our town now

19/04/2008 @ 02:01 UTC

Kellan : code.flickr: Web 2.0 Expo, you’re in our town now - I’ve just posted to the new Flickr Developer blog a list of all the various Flickr folks speaking at next weeks Web 2.0 Expo. Also, if you haven’t seen it, take a spin around the rest of code.flickr, a new site for the Flickr development comm

Authentic Jobs API, Affiliates Program now available

19/04/2008 @ 01:02 UTC

Cameron Moll : Authentic Jobs API, Affiliates Program now available - Though Authentic Jobs' partners have already made mention of this, it's worth repeating here: A shiny new API is now available, along with an Affiliates Program and the chance to earn up to $75 per referred listing. (Apply and I'll personally review and a

Rejected Book Covers

19/04/2008 @ 00:01 UTC

Khoi Vinh : Rejected Book Covers - Klas Ernflo’s stunningly beautiful but torpedoed designs for a series focusing on classic artists. Via Aisle One. [via]

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