Browser sync open source

8/07/2008 @ 23:01 UTC

nelson : Browser sync open source - Google puts their discontinued Firefox syncer out open source.

Jeremy Zawodny : Open Sourcing Browser Sync - Open Sourcing Browser Sync: cool!

"...just 9% say Congress is doing a good or excellent job."

8/07/2008 @ 22:01 UTC

Greg Storey : "...just 9% say Congress is doing a good or excellent job." - Time for a complete overhaul.

WORDPLAY/Columns/Table of Contents

8/07/2008 @ 22:01 UTC

43folders : WORDPLAY/Columns/Table of Contents - via mefi

DomainKeys advances

8/07/2008 @ 22:01 UTC

nelson : DomainKeys advances - Big deal today; gmail is refusing email from ebay and paypal without proper DomainKeys certification. Big step towards secure email, but also concentrated email power.

I had that idea years ago! - (37signals)

8/07/2008 @ 21:01 UTC

deusx : I had that idea years ago! - (37signals) - "Ideas on their own are just not that important. It’s incredibly rare that someone comes up with an idea so unique, so protectable that the success story writes itself. Most ideas are nothing without execution."

The Quiet Earth

8/07/2008 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Quiet Earth - apocalyptic "last man on Earth" film from 1985, in its entirety on YouTube

12:01 PM, time-travel short film from 1990

8/07/2008 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : 12:01 PM, time-travel short film from 1990 - Kurtwood Smith lives a grim version of Groundhog Day where time repeats every hour

stanlemon.net : jgrowl

8/07/2008 @ 20:01 UTC

deusx : stanlemon.net : jgrowl - "jGrowl is a jQuery plugin that raises unobtrusive messages within the browser, similar to the way that OS X's Growl Framework works."

Exposure, third-party Flickr app announced for App Store

8/07/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Exposure, third-party Flickr app announced for App Store - with two versions, free ad-supported or $10 with no ads

Wil Shipley's Greatest Bug of All

8/07/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Wil Shipley's Greatest Bug of All - I love a good bug-slaying yarn  [via]

Rod Begbie : The Greatest Bug of All - Or "Why you need to understand operating system fundamentals if you want to ship end-user software" [via#

found_objects: Nice church in eindhoven

8/07/2008 @ 19:01 UTC

mmb : found_objects: Nice church in eindhoven - found_objects: Nice church in eindhoven

WisCon - The World's Leading Feminist Science Fiction Convention

8/07/2008 @ 19:01 UTC

deusx : WisCon - The World's Leading Feminist Science Fiction Convention - "WisCon encourages discussion and debate of ideas relating to feminism, gender, race and class. WisCon welcomes writers, editors and artists whose work explores these themes as well as their many fans"

The 21 Stages of the Tour de France - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com

8/07/2008 @ 19:01 UTC

veen : The 21 Stages of the Tour de France - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com

How It Turned Out, the fate of the Peanuts gang

8/07/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : How It Turned Out, the fate of the Peanuts gang - pulled from this collection of Peanuts futurism, with more in the comments

The iPhone's Gaming Mettle

8/07/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The iPhone's Gaming Mettle - DS and PSP comparison from Touch Arcade, a new weblog devoted to iPhone gaming  [via]

Senior Software Engineer

8/07/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Linkorama : Senior Software Engineer - We are hiring

Ticking bombs in enterprise land | Irregular Enterprise | ZDNet.com

8/07/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Linkorama : Ticking bombs in enterprise land | Irregular Enterprise | ZDNet.com - For too long, we have not made the connection between catastrophic failure and the links between those who create, those who use and those who assure. It may require yet another collapse for that to come into sharp focus. What is becoming increasingly cle

Google ASCII Art

8/07/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Google ASCII Art - hmm, no results  [via]

Unexpectedly Quit

8/07/2008 @ 17:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Unexpectedly Quit - "Every time an Adobe application misbehaves I upload the error message." Via JSM. [via]

Mediaslap

8/07/2008 @ 17:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Mediaslap - Mediaslap, "Photoshop brushes of the highest standard."

iPhone lines forming already

8/07/2008 @ 17:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : iPhone lines forming already - iPhone 3G lines started forming at the NYC store on July 4. My heavens, I'm glad I'm over the hype this time around. Courtesy warning: There will be PLENTY of phones after the lines die down, if last time is any indication.

Handwritten Typographers

8/07/2008 @ 17:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Handwritten Typographers - "The handwriting of typographers intrigues me because it raises so many questions, big and small: Do typographers exert some extraordinary control of the pen that laypersons don't? ... So, to satisfy my own curiosity I asked a number of prominent typograp

veen : Handwritten Typographers - "So, to satisfy my own curiosity I asked a number of prominent typographers to send me a scan of their handwriting. This is the result."

Andy Baio : Handwritten Typographers - comparing type designers' handwriting to the typefaces they created

Milo Vermeulen : Handwritten Typographers [via]

Eric Meyer : Handwritten Typographers - Very interesting. Especially for someone like me, whose handwriting isn't very attractive.

New Quicksilver builds | Hawk Wings

8/07/2008 @ 16:01 UTC

43folders : New Quicksilver builds | Hawk Wings

Warren Ellis » The Patchwork Years

8/07/2008 @ 15:01 UTC

43folders : Warren Ellis » The Patchwork Years - via http://www.bigcontrarian.com/2008/07/08/oh-the-irony/

deusx : Warren Ellis » The Patchwork Years - "Wouldn’t it be nice if we could stand up now and say, okay, these are the post-curation years?"

Andy Baio : Warren Ellis on the post-curation years - "The world does not need another linkblog."  [via]

The Lego Secret Vault

8/07/2008 @ 15:01 UTC

jonhicks : The Lego Secret Vault - Contains all sets In history!

Bullitt chase scene with accompanying map

8/07/2008 @ 15:00 UTC

Richard Rutter : Bullitt chase scene with accompanying map - Brilliant video + GPS mashup of the best car chase ever.

thisissand.com

8/07/2008 @ 14:01 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : thisissand.com [via]

Apple just gave out my Apple ID password because someone asked

8/07/2008 @ 12:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Apple just gave out my Apple ID password because someone asked - Apple just gave out my Apple ID password because someone asked. “am forget my password of mac,did you give me password on new email marko.[redacted] @yahoo.com?. Classy.

Opera Web Standards Curriculum

8/07/2008 @ 11:01 UTC

jonhicks : Opera Web Standards Curriculum - Hats off to them!

Simon Willison : Opera Web Standards Curriculum - Opera Web Standards Curriculum. Opera commissioned an impressive sequence of articles from a bunch of very talented people to help address the monstrous learning curve for modern client-side development.

First Timer: EE Extension -- Web Design, Development, Deployment -- Airbag Industries, LLC

8/07/2008 @ 10:00 UTC

jonhicks : First Timer: EE Extension -- Web Design, Development, Deployment -- Airbag Industries, LLC

FriendFeed’s Top 250 Most Followed Users

8/07/2008 @ 08:01 UTC

Linkorama : FriendFeed’s Top 250 Most Followed Users - The sounds of two heads of two long tails talking. And one is only 3'4""

Cut and paste one line of code to make any website editable

8/07/2008 @ 08:01 UTC

Linkorama : Cut and paste one line of code to make any website editable - Of course you can’t actually edit theewfwefw actual web page but you can edit the page as you see it on your ssddwescreen.

The Economics of Software

8/07/2008 @ 08:01 UTC

Linkorama : The Economics of Software - As Keynes famously pointed out, "in the long run, we are all dead" -- so don't count on any less sighing or groaning or check writing in the immediate future...

Twitter Bounced Back! [I Toldja So]

8/07/2008 @ 08:01 UTC

Linkorama : Twitter Bounced Back! [I Toldja So] - Given the two site’s relative size, though, Twitter doesn’t have much to fear, other than losing a certain type of user - the vocal, visible community leader.

Remote sign out and info to help you protect your Gmail account

8/07/2008 @ 08:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Remote sign out and info to help you protect your Gmail account - Remote sign out and info to help you protect your Gmail account: that's crazy... I was just thinking about an idea like this a few days ago.

How to create a simple but powerful CDN with Google App Engine (GAE)

8/07/2008 @ 07:01 UTC

joshua : How to create a simple but powerful CDN with Google App Engine (GAE) - setting headers properly? must try this

Maintenance.

8/07/2008 @ 05:02 UTC

Greg Storey : Maintenance. - First issue is definitely worth the read (see link in middle of page).

Deconstructing Twitter

8/07/2008 @ 05:01 UTC

Linkorama : Deconstructing Twitter - Today we get the latest full ongoing iterative back-filling explanation of Twitter and XMPP.

Twenty 120

8/07/2008 @ 05:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Twenty 120 -

Protocol buffers

8/07/2008 @ 02:01 UTC

nelson : Protocol buffers - Google's internal IDL gets released. It's pretty good as these things go.

Simon Willison : Protocol Buffers: Google's Data Interchange Format - Protocol Buffers: Google’s Data Interchange Format. Open sourced today. Highly efficient binary protocol for storing and transmitting structured data between C++, Java and Python. Uses a .proto file describing the data structure which is compiled to c

Rod Begbie : Protocol Buffers: Google's Data Interchange Format - A smidgen of Google's secret sauce -- a lighter-weight-than-XML data interchange format, with heavily optimized cross-language serialization routines. Just the thing for shuttling and persisting data. [via#

American Energy Policy, Asleep at the Spigot - NYTimes.com

8/07/2008 @ 01:01 UTC

jcgregorio : American Energy Policy, Asleep at the Spigot - NYTimes.com - It's not like one political party has the highroad on this one, both have been in power over the last 30 years.

enable piclens on your website

8/07/2008 @ 01:01 UTC

joshua : enable piclens on your website

Totem Destroyer

8/07/2008 @ 01:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Totem Destroyer - like a stripped-down, Flash version of Boom Blox

The Clangers Guide to Microformats

8/07/2008 @ 00:01 UTC

jonhicks : The Clangers Guide to Microformats - A five minute crash course in Microformats by Drew

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