Firefox 3.1 beta supports font embedding

23/10/2008 @ 23:00 UTC

Richard Rutter : Firefox 3.1 beta supports font embedding - TrueType and OpenType. Sweeeeeeet!.

Poladroid

23/10/2008 @ 22:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Poladroid - Gorgeously playful app which takes your digital photos and makes them look like old Polaroid snaps. Features loving touches like having to wait for the photo to "develop". [via#

Veer has a brand spanking new jobs board.

23/10/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Veer has a brand spanking new jobs board. - Take a look at the link at the bottom. Nice.

CSSHttpRequest - Hacks - nb.io

23/10/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

wearehugh : CSSHttpRequest - Hacks - nb.io - deliciously evil

Simon Willison : CSSHttpRequest - CSSHttpRequest. Devious cross-domain Ajax hack that uses CSS for transport (@import rules with data URIs, but it still works in IE). Similar to JSONP but safer, since JSONP can cause arbitrary JavaScript to execute.  [via]

Yo Mama's So Fat...

23/10/2008 @ 20:00 UTC

Anil : Yo Mama's So Fat... - I've long been a fan of playing the dozens, as is to be expected from anyone who loves language. Last night, in a fit of my usual insanity, I thought it'd be fun to throw out some "Yo mama" snaps themed around this year's election on my Twitter account:

Did you know that there are move slaves today than ever before in human history?

23/10/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Did you know that there are move slaves today than ever before in human history? - Brad has an idea on how to help raise awareness.

Famous people who have been homeless at some point in their life.

23/10/2008 @ 19:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Famous people who have been homeless at some point in their life. - I thought David Letterman was still homeless.

ALA readers on working from home.

23/10/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Greg Storey : ALA readers on working from home. - I would think that "Wear clean pants. Daily." would be a good idea but I didn't see that listed.

+/-.

23/10/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Greg Storey : +/-. - It's the band you should be listening to right now.

The best practice for using punctuation within an anchor tag.

23/10/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Greg Storey : The best practice for using punctuation within an anchor tag. - Answer 'D'.

"Muslims are our enemies" and "I believe war is a fact of life and we should always win."

23/10/2008 @ 18:01 UTC

Greg Storey : "Muslims are our enemies" and "I believe war is a fact of life and we should always win." - Thanks lady. A holy war is exactly what we all need right now.

Idée Inc, "the visual search company"

23/10/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Idée Inc, "the visual search company" - Idée Inc, "the visual search company," has numerous products and demos which include Multicolr Search Lab for searching Flickr based on color, and TinEye Mobile, an iPhone app for searching the web/iTunes by taking a photo of an album cover.

Arabic-speaking design freelancer gig in Barcelona, Spain

23/10/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Arabic-speaking design freelancer gig in Barcelona, Spain - Okay, this is cool: Arabic-speaking Visual/Interaction Designer needed for a freelance gig in Barcelona, Spain. How unique is that?

Learning to Fear the Semantic Web

23/10/2008 @ 18:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Learning to Fear the Semantic Web - Learning to Fear the Semantic Web. Paul Ford raises the liability issue with regards to building sites around other people’s metadata, pointing out that OpenCalais is owned by Thomson Reuters who have a bad track record with regards to intellectual pr

'cuda.

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : 'cuda. - For Stu.

On the Subject of Design: JSM's vetted bookshelf

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : On the Subject of Design: JSM's vetted bookshelf - JSM does what I've been wanting to do for ages but haven't made the time: On the Subject of Design, a dedicated section on Jason's site for books he's enjoyed reading over the years. (Aside: Nicely done on the markup for your post, Jason.)

apophenia: Putting Privacy Settings in the Context of Use (in Facebook and elsewhere)

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Linkorama : apophenia: Putting Privacy Settings in the Context of Use (in Facebook and elsewhere) - Tech developers... I implore you... put privacy information into the context of the content itself. When I post a photo in my album, let me see a list of EVERYONE who can view that photo. When I look at a photo on someone's profile, let me see everyo

Chris O'Shea - Audience

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : Chris O'Shea - Audience [via]

Dustin Shum - It isnae Disney!

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Milo Vermeulen : Dustin Shum - It isnae Disney! [via]

Windows Server and SQL Server on EC2

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Windows Server and SQL Server on EC2 - Windows Server and SQL Server on EC2. Launched today, the pricing includes rental of the Windows license. Regular Windows is 25% to 50% more expensive than Linux, but SQL Server comes in at a hefty $1.10 per hour, which is $9636 per year (nearly three

Paul Gregoire’s Blog » Blog Archive » Fun with svnsync and googlecode

23/10/2008 @ 17:00 UTC

wearehugh : Paul Gregoire’s Blog » Blog Archive » Fun with svnsync and googlecode

Jorg Haider was queer?

23/10/2008 @ 16:00 UTC

nelson : Jorg Haider was queer? - Wow, I had no idea

Hayden Panettiere for John McCain

23/10/2008 @ 16:00 UTC

nelson : Hayden Panettiere for John McCain - Bizarre, somewhat offensive parody ad

Wine manga

23/10/2008 @ 15:00 UTC

nelson : Wine manga - Interesting comic from Japan, "Drops of the Gods"

John Hodgman's brief digression | Video on TED.com

23/10/2008 @ 09:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : John Hodgman's brief digression | Video on TED.com - Lovely and heart-warming fifteen-minute talk by John Hodgman on his "close encounters" #

Field.

23/10/2008 @ 06:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Field.

Hwacha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

23/10/2008 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : Hwacha - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - "Hwacha or Hwach'a .[1] was an anti-personnel gunpowder weapon developed and used in Korea, inspired by Chinese fire arrows and the cylindrical and box shaped launch platforms that fired them. Hwacha were first developed in the 1400s by Korean s

Pixish is closing.

23/10/2008 @ 03:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Pixish is closing. - Derek outlines mistakes made a long the way. Take notes.

Ryan submits a better ballot design.

23/10/2008 @ 03:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Ryan submits a better ballot design. - I'd hate to imagine what the Vista version would look like.

Yo Mama's So Fat...

23/10/2008 @ 03:00 UTC

Anil : Yo Mama's So Fat... - I've long been a fan of playing the dozens, as is to be expected from anyone who loves language. Last night, in a fit of my usual insanity, I thought it'd be fun to throw out some "Yo mama" snaps themed around this year's election on my Twitter account:

Obscured Clarity: 500GB MacBook Harddrive Upgrade for Under $100

23/10/2008 @ 02:00 UTC

deusx : Obscured Clarity: 500GB MacBook Harddrive Upgrade for Under $100 - "In a nutshell, to upgrade to a 500GB harddrive on your MacBook while keeping all your existing files, software, settings, and preferences intact for less than $100, follow these simple steps: 1. Buy a ~$150 500GB external harddrive 2. Partiti

Callie Shell - Obama - Digital Journalist

23/10/2008 @ 01:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Callie Shell - Obama - Digital Journalist - Some really outstanding photos of Barack Obama and the hubbub surrounding him in the lead-up to him winning the party nomination. [via#

REST APIs must be hypertext-driven » Untangled

23/10/2008 @ 01:00 UTC

deusx : REST APIs must be hypertext-driven » Untangled - "What needs to be done to make the REST architectural style clear on the notion that hypertext is a constraint? In other words, if the engine of application state (and hence the API) is not being driven by hypertext, then it cannot be RESTful and can

If Mos Def were president

23/10/2008 @ 00:00 UTC

cobra libre : If Mos Def were president #

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