Open Letter to Sun Microsystems - JCK - The Apache Software Foundation

14/03/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

jcgregorio : Open Letter to Sun Microsystems - JCK - The Apache Software Foundation - Two years on I have to ask, how's that Java thing working out for you ASF?

Palestine archipeligo

14/03/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

nelson : Palestine archipeligo - Map shows the fractured Palestinian territory as a series of islands

Oracle vs. MySQL

14/03/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

nelson : Oracle vs. MySQL - Simple list of the ways the free database is less capable than the expensive bloated database

Clay Shirky on the death of newspapers and reinvention of journalism

14/03/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Clay Shirky on the death of newspapers and reinvention of journalism - the single best essay on the topic I've read

nelson : Journalism revolution - Well reasoned, calm essay about the coming end of newspaper journalism and how to approach replacing it

jcgregorio : Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable « Clay Shirky - Shirky nails it.

Eric Meyer : Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable - Everyone else is linking to it, so I might as well. Besides, it's incredibly insightful and intelligent stuff.

joshua : Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable - clay sighting

carlfish : Newspapers and Thinking the Unthinkable - Clay Shirky on the ongoing demise of print media, and why we can't point at anything specific that can replace it: "The old stuff gets broken faster than the new stuff is put in its place."

Geek Out! | The Astronomy Nexus

14/03/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

gleuschk : Geek Out! | The Astronomy Nexus - geeky clock from dnash

EXCLUSIVE UNBOXING FOOTAGE

14/03/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

Anil : EXCLUSIVE UNBOXING FOOTAGE - I have to admit, I was a little bit gobsmacked when I saw that our little nerd world is becoming so mainstream that Jimmy Fallon had a gadget blogger featured on his show the other night — and it wasn't even for an iPhone launch! Now, I believe Mr.

Feeling Blue

14/03/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

Anil : Feeling Blue - While listicles (articles that are simply lists, as cataloged on great sites like Listicles) are often the laziest form of journalism, they can also be among the most delightful. Something about the "I'm just phoning this in" nature of this form of journa

Whoa Unto Thee

14/03/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

Anil : Whoa Unto Thee - Whoa Is (Not) Me is a site that's a little over a year old, dedicated to defending the career and reputation of Keanu Reeves. It is distinguished from other Keanu fansites by a number of traits, including that it is "possibly the first Keanu fansite in ex

On Spark

14/03/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

Anil : On Spark - Those of you who liked my post the other day about not missing anything while I was offline might also enjoy a conversation I had with CBC Radio's show Spark, part of which will be on the air today. Canadians can hear it on CBC Radio One at 11:30 a.m. or

How to talk like a Physicist

14/03/2009 @ 13:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : How to talk like a Physicist - Turns out I already do.

SuperHappyDevHouse / SuperHappyDevHouse31

14/03/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

deusx : SuperHappyDevHouse / SuperHappyDevHouse31 - "When: March 14, 2009. PI Day! From 1:59.27pm1 to 11pm. Where: Rainbow Mansion, 21677 Rainbow Drive, Cupertino, CA"

foursquare

14/03/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : foursquare - Another friend-location-tracking app, this one from the original makers of Dodgeball. The website is fairly bare-bones at the moment, although the iPhone app is pretty decent. #

Gowalla. A location-based iPhone game.

14/03/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Gowalla. A location-based iPhone game. - Was wondering when one of these would show up. Virtual geo-caching using the iPhone's location facilities. Designed by the folks behind the Facebook "Packrat" game. (SF and Austin only at the moment) [via#

xml
Upian.