Google Code - Google Individual Contributor License Agreement, v1.0

7/01/2009 @ 23:00 UTC

jcgregorio : Google Code - Google Individual Contributor License Agreement, v1.0

Barry

7/01/2009 @ 23:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Barry - Barry: Barry is an Open Source application that will provide synchronization, backup, restore and program management for BlackBerry devices.

joshua : barry - blackberry backup for linux

#sqlputdowns - Twitter Search

7/01/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : #sqlputdowns - Twitter Search - #sqlputdowns - Twitter Search: heh

nelson : #sqlputdowns - Funny nerd humour

MSI's Super-Thin MacBook Air Killer Will Cost Just $700

7/01/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : MSI's Super-Thin MacBook Air Killer Will Cost Just $700 - MSI's Super-Thin MacBook Air Killer Will Cost Just $700: hmm...

Porn industry seeks federal bailout

7/01/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Porn industry seeks federal bailout - Porn industry seeks federal bailout: *snicker*

Amazon customer uploads own photos to Customer Images

7/01/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Amazon customer uploads own photos to Customer Images - I wonder if Thinkgeek has this problem with Customer Action Shots

The Dial-Up Kid

7/01/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Dial-Up Kid - comedy at 9600 bps

Captions vs Subtitles

7/01/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

nelson : Captions vs Subtitles - Interesting differences

Autonomous Katamari

7/01/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Autonomous Katamari - how long will it take the Prince to roll up a room with random paths and an Arduino?

HTML5 enabling script

7/01/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

wearehugh : HTML5 enabling script

WWdN: In Exile: ficlets is going to the land of wind and ghosts. here's how to save your stories.

7/01/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

deusx : WWdN: In Exile: ficlets is going to the land of wind and ghosts. here's how to save your stories. - "AOL is shutting down Ficlets on January 15, and in their infinite corporate wisdom and understanding of how communities on the Internet work, they're not providing any easy way to archive the stories you've written there beyond advising th

Tumbarumba, short-fiction anthology as a Firefox plugin

7/01/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Tumbarumba, short-fiction anthology as a Firefox plugin - the screencast explains how the plugin subtly changes the pages you read  [via]

iTunes music: The cost of removing Apple’s copy protection - Apple 2.0

7/01/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

wearehugh : iTunes music: The cost of removing Apple’s copy protection - Apple 2.0 - "Leave it to Apple to turn the lifting of restrictions into a profit center."

deusx : iTunes music: The cost of removing Apple’s copy protection - Apple 2.0 - "Leave it to Apple (AAPL) to turn the lifting of restrictions into a profit center. If users convert every one of the 9 billion songs purchased from the iTunes Store over the past six years, a rich new revenue stream will flow toward Cupertino. Techc

Interview with Clay Shirky, Part I : CJR

7/01/2009 @ 18:01 UTC

Linkorama : Interview with Clay Shirky, Part I : CJR - CJR’s Russ Juskalian recently spoke with Shirky about knowledge, the Internet, and why we shouldn’t worry about information overload. The second part of the interview can be found here.

fixfreenode - ZNC

7/01/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : fixfreenode - ZNC - "This module blocks some freenode-specific feature which results in plus (+) and minus (-) signs being displayed in front of every message from a client. "

MediaShift . Can Crowdfunding Help Save the Journalism Business? | PBS

7/01/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

philgyford : MediaShift . Can Crowdfunding Help Save the Journalism Business? | PBS - I had this great idea... turns out it's far from original, but it still sounds good. (via Haddock)

Doodle: Easy Scheduling

7/01/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

philgyford : Doodle: Easy Scheduling - Another way to arrange group events. (via Haddock)

NYT profiles R, a powerful language for stats computing and infoviz

7/01/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : NYT profiles R, a powerful language for stats computing and infoviz - Brendan says it's "both brilliant and insanely quirky," which sounds about right

Google blocks other search engines from indexing LIFE photo archive

7/01/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Google blocks other search engines from indexing LIFE photo archive - the images are free for personal, non-commercial use, so I'm confused why Google agreed to restrict them in this way

Crayon Physics Deluxe finally released today!

7/01/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Crayon Physics Deluxe finally released today! - the final trailer shows how far last year's IGF grand prize winner has come; related: the iPhone version

Flipping Typical: Preview your installed fonts within a browser

7/01/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Flipping Typical: Preview your installed fonts within a browser - Wow, this seems really handy: Stuart Robinson's Flipping Typical lets you view many of the fonts installed on your computer from within your browser. "We create some hidden elements and measure them before and after changing their font-family. It turns ou

Milo Vermeulen : flipping typical - a way to explore the popular typefaces you have on your computer [via]

70 minimalist typography examples

7/01/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : 70 minimalist typography examples - 70 minimalist typography examples. Many of these might be filed under designing with type characters. Inspiring.

'I will e-mail the BBC to object to "Thought for the Day"' - PledgeBank

7/01/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

philgyford : 'I will e-mail the BBC to object to "Thought for the Day"' - PledgeBank - I'd have signed up if I'd heard about it in time.

Slashdot | Why Mirroring Is Not a Backup Solution

7/01/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

philgyford : Slashdot | Why Mirroring Is Not a Backup Solution - And why most of us entrusting our creative output to third-party sites is a bad idea. (via Lee)

The State of the Web survey results

7/01/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : The State of the Web survey results - That's a lot of Leopard.

Testing new elements in HTML5

7/01/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

jonhicks : Testing new elements in HTML5 - Bruce gets stuck in with a working implementation of the new semantic tags in HTML5

Main Page - Archiveteam

7/01/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

deusx : Main Page - Archiveteam - "This website is intended to be an offloading point and information depot for a number of archiving projects, all related to saving websites or data that is in danger of being lost. Besides the team-based pulling down and mirroring of data, we also p

ASCII by Jason Scott / Team Archive is GO

7/01/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

deusx : ASCII by Jason Scott / Team Archive is GO - "Registered, set up, and now live, ARCHIVETEAM.ORG is a wiki dedicated to saving data, assembling mirroring or retrieval efforts, and providing simple links to methodologies of archiving data. Think of it as a really profane, rough and tumble version

It Died

7/01/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

deusx : It Died - "A compendium of what services and companies are no longer available for our Internet pleasure and use."

Google Reader Subscribers Count for Greasemonkey

7/01/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

deusx : Google Reader Subscribers Count for Greasemonkey - "This script checks if the html contains alternate links to a feed on every page you visit. When an unknown feed found, it sends a request to google reader using your account for the number of subscribers. And it caches the number for subsequent visi

Weak Password Brings 'Happiness' to Twitter Hacker

7/01/2009 @ 07:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Weak Password Brings 'Happiness' to Twitter Hacker - Full details on yesterday's Twitter hack. Twitter's admin interface was available offsite to all their admin users, one of whom has a weak password, plus their monitoring didn't notice a dictionary attack going on. Oops. [via#

Simon Willison : Weak Password Brings "Happiness" to Twitter Hacker - Weak Password Brings “Happiness? to Twitter Hacker. The full story on the Twitter admin account hack. I bet there are a LOT of web applications out there that don’t track and rate-limit failed password attempts.

Andy Baio : Twitter hacker explains how he compromised celebrity accounts - just like yesterday's MacRumorsLive hack, a weak dictionary password was to blame

TiVo to iPod command - Private Paste - Pastie

7/01/2009 @ 06:00 UTC

deusx : TiVo to iPod command - Private Paste - Pastie - "/usr/bin/curl -k --digest -u tivo:`cat ~/.tivodecode_mak` ~/ -c /dev/null TIVO_SOURCE_URL | /usr/local/bin/tivodecode -- - | ffmpeg -y -i - -threads 4 -s 432x320 -aspect 432:320 -r 29.97 -vcodec h264 -g 150 -qmin 24 -b 200k -level 30 -loop 1 -sc_thr

Single-Engine Cessna Crashes Into Bush | The Onion - America's Finest News Source

7/01/2009 @ 06:00 UTC

deusx : Single-Engine Cessna Crashes Into Bush | The Onion - America's Finest News Source - Okay, so this one is actually kind of funny. "The Federal Aviation Administration said engine failure was to blame for a pilot losing control of a four-seater Cessna aircraft that crashed head-on into President Bush Thursday. According to the FAA rep

python Markov Chain Monte Carlo

7/01/2009 @ 05:00 UTC

joshua : python Markov Chain Monte Carlo

A ranking of 200 jobs in the United States. Mathematician, actuary, and statistician are #1. #2, #3

7/01/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

gleuschk : A ranking of 200 jobs in the United States. Mathematician, actuary, and statistician are #1. #2, #3 - We're number 1! We're number 1!

The Twitter administrator hack was a dictionary attack

7/01/2009 @ 01:00 UTC

Simon Willison : The Twitter administrator hack was a dictionary attack - The Twitter administrator hack was a dictionary attack. I quoted Blaine earlier suggesting that the recent Twitter mass-hack was due to a Twitter admin password being scooped up by a rogue third party application—this was not the case, as Alex Payne e

Dude-a-Day

7/01/2009 @ 00:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Dude-a-Day - Andy Helms is no mere stupidly talented illustrator: he’s a stupidly talented illustrator on a mission. Drawing a different dude every day, he injects a ton of personality into some pretty disparate franchises. (My kingdom for an RSS feed,

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