An Event Apart Chicago 2008 sketchnotes

18/10/2008 @ 23:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : An Event Apart Chicago 2008 sketchnotes - Wow. I mean, wow. Seriously: wow. Just look at them! Wow.

Romance cover winners

18/10/2008 @ 21:00 UTC

nelson : Romance cover winners - Interesting bit of design

Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight

18/10/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

jcgregorio : Office of Federal Housing Enterprise Oversight - Useful raw data

Practical usage of python decorators

18/10/2008 @ 18:07 UTC

joshua : Practical usage of python decorators

Dynamic programming futures | InfoWorld | Test Center | October 13, 2008 | By Peter Wayner, IDG N...

18/10/2008 @ 18:06 UTC

deusx : Dynamic programming futures | InfoWorld | Test Center | October 13, 2008 | By Peter Wayner, IDG News Service - "What will the world of dynamic programming languages and Web applications look like in five years? This is one of those highly personal and deeply philosophical questions best saved for after dessert is served, the drinks are poured, and the sidearm

Kung Fu Monkey: THIS is Why I'm Not Answering Your Goddam Phone Calls

18/10/2008 @ 18:05 UTC

deusx : Kung Fu Monkey: THIS is Why I'm Not Answering Your Goddam Phone Calls - "The script for Episode #113 was completed this morning at roughly 8 am. Two episodes written in two weeks, without a staff. And yes, that is Scotch. And no, I don't have a problem. I waited until 10 am. "

LETTERMAN CONFRONTS MCCAIN ON LIDDY - The Washington Monthly

18/10/2008 @ 18:04 UTC

deusx : LETTERMAN CONFRONTS MCCAIN ON LIDDY - The Washington Monthly - "As of last night, McCain is "not in any was embarrassed to know Gordon Liddy." I have a follow-up question: Why not? And one more: what does it say about McCain's character that he pals around with an unrepentant convicted felon who&#

Charlie's Diary: On finishing

18/10/2008 @ 18:03 UTC

deusx : Charlie's Diary: On finishing - "I'm feeling pretty weird right now; I've just finished a novel."

Mark Bernstein: Coover Links

18/10/2008 @ 18:02 UTC

deusx : Mark Bernstein: Coover Links - "Consider Coover Links — links in which the start of a sentence lies in one side of the link while the end of the sentence lies at the other. Coover links are named for Robert Coover, the author of a short hypertext “Heart Suit? (McSweeney’s

Cherish The AIR? Just because you can doesn't mean you should

18/10/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

deusx : Cherish The AIR? Just because you can doesn't mean you should - "the core idea that should be upheld by companies like Apple should be about making things better and less often. Making things that will be able to evolve, be upgraded, be adaptable, hackable and more fun to use for longer so that as a customer I do

De-Scribed: The upgrade treadmill is wearing us out

18/10/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : De-Scribed: The upgrade treadmill is wearing us out - "Replace "quintessential Apple product" with pretty much "any product" (use your imagination) and you start to get at a shift in both attitude and culture that would solve a lot of problems. Get off the upgrade treadmill. There a

I Am Telling You This

18/10/2008 @ 14:02 UTC

Anil : I Am Telling You This - As always, I am trying to be everywhere at once. Here's where I've succeeded: Dan Costa at PC Magazine offers a look at the rise of micro social networks. I get a nod there, but it's more satisfying to see the idea itself take off. That's an idea that

Burying The Lede

18/10/2008 @ 14:01 UTC

Anil : Burying The Lede - I think one of the biggest reasons many great writers go into journalism is for the chance to sneak little wisecracks in, with the hope their editors will indulge. I took the opportunity to read a printed copy of the New York Times the other day, and spot

Actions Are The Body Language

18/10/2008 @ 14:00 UTC

Anil : Actions Are The Body Language - If the words I write in these blog posts are my acts of speech, then the trail of actions I leave around the web must be the body language that accompanies them. So I made a page to capture what I'm doing around the web. If you read my blog in HTML (as o [via]

Statistical Sites on the World Wide Web

18/10/2008 @ 10:00 UTC

joshua : Statistical Sites on the World Wide Web - woo

Software Tools in Haskell

18/10/2008 @ 07:00 UTC

joshua : Software Tools in Haskell - how to actually use it for things

The economic crisis could be the end of green...

18/10/2008 @ 06:01 UTC

Greg Storey : The economic crisis could be the end of green... - but green may be how we end this financial crisis."

What we're building with Expression Engine.

18/10/2008 @ 06:00 UTC

Greg Storey : What we're building with Expression Engine. - Should be called: What don't we build with Expression Engine?

Hummus en Fuego Recipe - 101 Cookbooks

18/10/2008 @ 04:00 UTC

deusx : Hummus en Fuego Recipe - 101 Cookbooks - "So here you have it, a hummus of sorts made from pureed garbanzo beans, toasted walnuts, and spicy crushed red pepper oil. The rustic red pepper flecks and translucent olive oil are set against the creamy backdrop of the pureed beans. To finish thin

Story of Joe the Plumber springs many leaks

18/10/2008 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Story of Joe the Plumber springs many leaks - "A couple of things about Joe the Plumber, the icon of the authentic working-class voter who was declared the "winner" of the final presidential debate. His first name isn't really Joe. It's Samuel. He's not really a plumbe

MAGHOUND - A magazine membership service featuring hundreds of magazines from major publishers

18/10/2008 @ 01:00 UTC

joshua : MAGHOUND - A magazine membership service featuring hundreds of magazines from major publishers - like netflix for magazines?

deusx : MAGHOUND - A magazine membership service featuring hundreds of magazines from major publishers - "MAGHOUND is an exciting new online membership service that allows you to choose, change, and manage all the magazines delivered to your home for one low monthly fee."

Study Finds No Logical Reason Why Planes Fly

18/10/2008 @ 00:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Study Finds No Logical Reason Why Planes Fly - Study Finds No Logical Reason Why Planes Fly: "The Stanford team plans to devote the next two years to a new study on why telephones hear."

Interviewing the anonymous Twitterers behind FakeJohnMcCain, FakeSarahPalin and FakeJoeBiden

18/10/2008 @ 00:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Interviewing the anonymous Twitterers behind FakeJohnMcCain, FakeSarahPalin and FakeJoeBiden - the parodists love Twitter because it's quick, concise, and you can grow a network quicky

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