Twelve Virtues of Rationality

2/10/2008 @ 23:04 UTC

deusx : Twelve Virtues of Rationality - "These then are twelve virtues of rationality: Curiosity, relinquishment, lightness, evenness, argument, empiricism, simplicity, humility, perfectionism, precision, scholarship, and the void. "

LPC: Booting Linux in five seconds

2/10/2008 @ 23:03 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : LPC: Booting Linux in five seconds - LPC: Booting Linux in five seconds: this is most excellent

Where are all the Blu-ray TV show releases?

2/10/2008 @ 23:02 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Where are all the Blu-ray TV show releases? - Where are all the Blu-ray TV show releases?: I've been wondering that too

The Deep Perl Gotcha

2/10/2008 @ 23:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : The Deep Perl Gotcha - The Deep Perl Gotcha: yes, there is only one iterator per hash and that's kinda stupid at times.

Coming Soon: A Sarah Palin Porno -- Daily Intel -- New York News Blog -- New York Magazine

2/10/2008 @ 23:00 UTC

wearehugh : Coming Soon: A Sarah Palin Porno -- Daily Intel -- New York News Blog -- New York Magazine - "we must demand that Vivid counter by producing a porno starring a Joe Biden lookalike immediately for parity"

Socialtext Launches Socialtext 3.0, Battle for Enterprise 2.0 Heats Up

2/10/2008 @ 21:00 UTC

Linkorama : Socialtext Launches Socialtext 3.0, Battle for Enterprise 2.0 Heats Up - Socialtext, known for its enterprise wiki solution, made a serious play for the enterprise 2.0 space, by launching Socialtext 3.0 on Tuesday.

I'm a big sucker for a good ballad

2/10/2008 @ 20:04 UTC

Cameron Moll : I'm a big sucker for a good ballad - I sheepishly admit that I'm a big sucker for a good ballad. For nearly every year we've been married, I've created a mix titled "Songs for a Starry Night." This iTunes iMix pulls together some of the better ones from 10 volumes of mixes. Go have a listen.

Backup solutions? | Ask Metafilter

2/10/2008 @ 20:03 UTC

joshua : Backup solutions? | Ask Metafilter

Obama '08 for iPhone

2/10/2008 @ 20:02 UTC

Simon Willison : Obama '08 for iPhone - Obama ’08 for iPhone. Slick app, impressive for a three week turnaround. I’m guessing it uses the phone number area codes in your address book to arrange your friends by state for the “call your friends? feature, which is an ingeniously simple h [via]

Webmonkey on the clickjacking IFRAME exploit

2/10/2008 @ 20:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Webmonkey on the clickjacking IFRAME exploit - potentially devastating hack and relatively easy to pull off, affecting every browser

Rod Begbie : A Look at the Clickjacking Web Attack and Why You Should Worry - Webmonkey - Good explanation of the newly publicised "clickjacking" browser exploit. Your clicks may not be going where you think they're going. [via#

Obama campaign releases official iPhone app

2/10/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Obama campaign releases official iPhone app - flawlessly designed, focused heavily on participation; grouping your address book by state is surprisingly useful  [via]

Socialtext Signals Announced - Pistachio

2/10/2008 @ 19:07 UTC

Linkorama : Socialtext Signals Announced - Pistachio - This is not “just another? enterprise Twitter clone. In addition to a look at what’s new and different about Socialtext Signals, this post (it’s the nature of such an emergent space) also includes a fair amount on what we believe enterprise micros

Socialtext 3.0 - Bringing Facebook, Twitter to the enterprise - NYTimes.com

2/10/2008 @ 19:06 UTC

Linkorama : Socialtext 3.0 - Bringing Facebook, Twitter to the enterprise - NYTimes.com - Socialtext, a Web 2.0 vendor that has sold social software (primarily wikis) to businesses for internal collaboration and knowledge management, officially launched Socialtext People (enterprise social networking profiles) and Socialtext Signals, an applic

Socialtext 3.0 Leads Web 3.0 Revolution?

2/10/2008 @ 19:05 UTC

Linkorama : Socialtext 3.0 Leads Web 3.0 Revolution? - Oh no, did he say web 3.0?

The Gillmor Gang

2/10/2008 @ 19:04 UTC

Linkorama : The Gillmor Gang - Ross Mayfield talks enterprise micro-messaging and SocialText 3.0. Recorded Tuesday September 30, 2008.

Building a Better (and Useful) Corporate Intranet Starts With a Wiki

2/10/2008 @ 19:03 UTC

Linkorama : Building a Better (and Useful) Corporate Intranet Starts With a Wiki - A marketing firm used a wiki to build a new corporate intranet full of user generated content, making it more helpful than a run-of-the-mill phonebook directory. The reason for their success? They picked a wiki with a simple interface that keeps barriers

Socialtext 3.0 unveiled | InfoWorld

2/10/2008 @ 19:02 UTC

Linkorama : Socialtext 3.0 unveiled | InfoWorld - The enterprise wiki company is adding features and enhanced integration to its social networking tool

Tweetersation

2/10/2008 @ 19:01 UTC

Simon Willison : Tweetersation - Tweetersation. Nat and my latest side project: a JSONP API powered tool to more easily follow conversations between people on Twitter, by combining their tweets in to a single timeline.

How to Get the Most Out of Your Eccentric Programmer/”Genius”

2/10/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : How to Get the Most Out of Your Eccentric Programmer/”Genius” - How to Get the Most Out of Your Eccentric Programmer/”Genius”: an amusing and somewhat educational read

KOR ONE hydration vessel is available for purchase later today

2/10/2008 @ 18:03 UTC

Cameron Moll : KOR ONE hydration vessel is available for purchase later today - The KOR ONE hydration vessel is available for purchase later today. Credit card in hand.

Flickr Mobile now has an iPhone-friendly version

2/10/2008 @ 18:02 UTC

Cameron Moll : Flickr Mobile now has an iPhone-friendly version - Flickr Mobile now has an iPhone-friendly version. Go to the m.flickr.com address to access it. Nicely done.

Move Networks streaming media player

2/10/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Move Networks streaming media player - For the LDS folks out there, give the new Move Player a try this weekend. You might be surprised how well it works. The technology is from Utah-based Move Networks and is probably the most functional, hi-def (and low-def) streaming media player available

ongoing · Learning REST

2/10/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : ongoing · Learning REST - "I was talking to a colleague who has to become savvy in a hurry about modern Web applications and he asked “How do I learn about REST?? Good question. I thought of a couple of suggestions, then asked Twitter and got some more. Here they are.&quo

FB App Canvas Pages: I Think I'd Use IFrames

2/10/2008 @ 16:00 UTC

Simon Willison : FB App Canvas Pages: I Think I'd Use IFrames - FB App Canvas Pages: I Think I’d Use IFrames. Facebook’s Charlie Cheever explains the difference between FBML canvas pages, iframe pages and XFBML when building Facebook apps. I’m always surprised at APIs that load untrusted content in an iframe,

YouTube - Daily Show - Federal Bail Out

2/10/2008 @ 13:02 UTC

philgyford : YouTube - Daily Show - Federal Bail Out - I could link to the Daily Show every day but here Jon Stewart *really* gets going on Congress. If you only have two minutes to spare, skip to 2:30 for a very fine, and justified, rant. Can we clone him for the UK?

What's New in Python 2.6

2/10/2008 @ 13:01 UTC

Simon Willison : What's New in Python 2.6 - What’s New in Python 2.6. Python 2.6 final has been released (the last 2.x version before 3.0). multiprocessing and simplejson (as json) are now in the standard library, any backwards compatible 3.0 features have been added and the official docs are n [via]

Google's Wikipedia and Panoramio layers are now available in the API

2/10/2008 @ 13:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Google's Wikipedia and Panoramio layers are now available in the API - Google’s Wikipedia and Panoramio layers are now available in the API. I really like their use of reverse domain style identifiers for the layer IDs: map.addOverlay(new GLayer(“org.wikipedia?));

Nintendo announces new DSi with camera, downloadable games

2/10/2008 @ 12:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Nintendo announces new DSi with camera, downloadable games - here's video of it in action

Rough Trade Records

2/10/2008 @ 11:05 UTC

jonhicks : Rough Trade Records - I love the new site design - great to see layouts being challenged. Fluid, but works!

The Official Star Wars Blog " I Left My Star Destroyer in San Francisco

2/10/2008 @ 11:04 UTC

philgyford : The Official Star Wars Blog " I Left My Star Destroyer in San Francisco - I saw this linked to everywhere and didn't watch it. Just more Star Wars stuff. But I finally succumbed and it's *very* good. I love that the footage is so casual and amateur.

William Heath's blog " A place to live

2/10/2008 @ 11:03 UTC

philgyford : William Heath's blog " A place to live - William Heath is looking for a place to create a "co-housing" project - people living slightly communally. The search is interesting.

UUA: Deep Fun

2/10/2008 @ 11:02 UTC

philgyford : UUA: Deep Fun - A good source of games to play with groups of people, ideal as ice-breakers. (via Cool Tools)

Related Entries in Movable Type | Devlounge

2/10/2008 @ 11:01 UTC

philgyford : Related Entries in Movable Type | Devlounge - How to do a "related entries" block on individual entry archives. Requires that you use tags.

One hundred push ups

2/10/2008 @ 11:00 UTC

philgyford : One hundred push ups - A training program to get you working up to doing one hundred press ups. I love that such focused and detailed things exist.

Hackademix on the clickjacking IFRAME exploit

2/10/2008 @ 10:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Hackademix on the clickjacking IFRAME exploit - potentially devastating hack and relatively easy to pull off, affecting every browser

Simon Willison : Clickjacking and NoScript - Clickjacking and NoScript. NoScript CAN protect against clickjacking, but only if you enable the “Plugins|Forbid IFRAME? option.  [via]

Dabbleboard, social whiteboard drawing tool

2/10/2008 @ 10:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Dabbleboard, social whiteboard drawing tool - you can draw and share anonymously, too

The Money Meltdown, excellent primer to the current mess

2/10/2008 @ 09:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Money Meltdown, excellent primer to the current mess - some very good links I haven't seen before  [via]

Netflix: Coming soon to a Mac near you | News - Digital Media - CNET News

2/10/2008 @ 05:02 UTC

gleuschk : Netflix: Coming soon to a Mac near you | News - Digital Media - CNET News - A little tidbit tucked away at the bottom of a blog entry posted in the wee hours of the morning proclaims that the movie rental company will make its "Watch now" service work on Macs by the end of this year.

The performance effects of new patches [MySQL]

2/10/2008 @ 05:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : The performance effects of new patches [MySQL] - The performance effects of new patches [MySQL]: good to see

Ridge Running [video]

2/10/2008 @ 05:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Ridge Running [video] - Ridge Running [video]: fantastic ridge soaring video

Oxdown Gazette » Questions For Sarah Palin

2/10/2008 @ 03:00 UTC

wearehugh : Oxdown Gazette » Questions For Sarah Palin

Communicate Quick: First Impressions Through Visual Web Design, by Luke Wroblewski

2/10/2008 @ 02:02 UTC

veen : Communicate Quick: First Impressions Through Visual Web Design, by Luke Wroblewski - Luke says nice stuff about the Start Conference web site.

Splicd

2/10/2008 @ 02:01 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Splicd - Cool web service for jumping directly to a specific timecode within YouTube videos. Extremely useful for, say, spoiling the end of Ninja Cat. ∞

Dexter ad campaign spoofs Wired, Esquire, New Yorker magazine covers

2/10/2008 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Dexter ad campaign spoofs Wired, Esquire, New Yorker magazine covers - clever campaign, though the typefaces are slightly off throughout; the New Yorker cover was drawn by regular Edward Sorel

madhava.com/egotism/: Fennec at M8 - now with more UI!

2/10/2008 @ 00:05 UTC

deusx : madhava.com/egotism/: Fennec at M8 - now with more UI! - "As Mark Finkle posted over on his blog, milestone 8 (M8) of Fennec is out. This is an exciting time from a user-experience perspective because, along with functionality and stability improvements, this milestone brings with it the beginnings of Fenn

Michigan Beer Scene

2/10/2008 @ 00:04 UTC

deusx : Michigan Beer Scene - "Listen in as Craig and Jerry discuss what's new in the Michigan Beer Scene, chat with notable figures in Michigan Beer brewing and evaluate different Michigan Beers"

Netflix API: Looking good - Laughing Meme

2/10/2008 @ 00:03 UTC

deusx : Netflix API: Looking good - Laughing Meme - "Netflix was pretty much the last place I was Web 2.0 style share cropping, creating value without a way to get it out. The Netflix API has been rumored for a long time, but with today’s release they really did an excellent job."

[REDACTED]

2/10/2008 @ 00:02 UTC

Simon Willison : [REDACTED] - [REDACTED]. Now that the iPhone NDA has been lifted be prepared for a flood of useful tips about the platform. Here’s Craig Hockenberry explaining how iPhone URL schemes work (used to great effect in the Pownce app for returning to the right place pos

simplejson 2.0.1

2/10/2008 @ 00:01 UTC

Simon Willison : simplejson 2.0.1 - simplejson 2.0.1. Python’s simplejson JSON library got a whole lot faster while I wasn’t looking.

Visual History of Recessions since 1949

2/10/2008 @ 00:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Visual History of Recessions since 1949 - in other words: everything is going to be okay  [via]

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