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DIYcity

20/03/2009 @ 03:00 UTC

joshua : DIYcity - user-driven cities

Study finds creditworthiness can be gauged by physical appearance

19/03/2009 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Study finds creditworthiness can be gauged by physical appearance - they claim the original paper is the first academic study to use Mechanical Turk

joshua : Physiognomy and moneylending - brilliant

The Story of FFFUUU

19/03/2009 @ 05:00 UTC

joshua : The Story of FFFUUU - an entire BLOG about rage threads. awesome

Welcome to Foodzie | Taste Something Different

19/03/2009 @ 00:00 UTC

joshua : Welcome to Foodzie | Taste Something Different

Foodoro - Discover Great Food

19/03/2009 @ 00:00 UTC

joshua : Foodoro - Discover Great Food

MongoDB

18/03/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

joshua : MongoDB - must investigate

ACme

18/03/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

nelson : ACme - Wireless electricity use monitor

joshua : ACme - Wireless networked AC metering

How to Write a Chrome Extension in Three Easy Steps

18/03/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

joshua : How to Write a Chrome Extension in Three Easy Steps

Visual Science - Map of Knowledge - NYTimes.com

18/03/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

joshua : Visual Science - Map of Knowledge - NYTimes.com

Hadoop, Analytical Software, Finds Uses Beyond Search - NYTimes.com

17/03/2009 @ 11:00 UTC

joshua : Hadoop, Analytical Software, Finds Uses Beyond Search - NYTimes.com - amr sighting!

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."

Scrapy.org. an open source web scraping framework in Python

13/03/2009 @ 20:01 UTC

joshua : Scrapy.org. an open source web scraping framework in Python

deusx : Scrapy.org. an open source web scraping framework in Python - "Scrapy is a high level scraping and web crawling framework for writing spiders to crawl and parse web pages for all kinds of purposes, from information retrieval to monitoring or testing web sites. "

nelson : Scrapy - Another web scraping toolkit for Python

Hark! A Vagrant

13/03/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Hark! A Vagrant - Kate Beaton's new site for her history-inspired comics

joshua : Hark, a vagrant: 314

Did You Know: BeautifulSoup's bits are rotting

13/03/2009 @ 01:00 UTC

joshua : Did You Know: BeautifulSoup's bits are rotting - several alternatives discussed

Mosso: The Hosting Cloud » Blog Archive » Breaking News: Mosso | The Rackspace Cloud Announces ...

13/03/2009 @ 01:00 UTC

joshua : Mosso: The Hosting Cloud » Blog Archive » Breaking News: Mosso | The Rackspace Cloud Announces Availability of Cloud Servers and More

Comparison of data analysis packages: R, Matlab, SciPy, Excel, SAS, SPSS, Stata - Brendan O'Conno...

13/03/2009 @ 01:00 UTC

joshua : Comparison of data analysis packages: R, Matlab, SciPy, Excel, SAS, SPSS, Stata - Brendan O'Connor's Blog

Google Friend Connect: Add social features to your site

12/03/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

joshua : Google Friend Connect: Add social features to your site - gotta check this out for my blog

Using Git as a versioned data store in Python - Lost in Technopolis

11/03/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

joshua : Using Git as a versioned data store in Python - Lost in Technopolis

redis

11/03/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

joshua : redis - another k/v distributed store

Simon Willison : redis - redis. An in-memory scalable key/value store but with an important difference: this one lets you perform list and set operations against keys, opening up a whole new set of possibilities for application development. It’s very young but already support [via]

Rod Begbie : redis - Key-value datastore. Fast like memcached, but persists to disk and can deal with pushing and popping with lists and sets. Just the thing to solve some of the problems I've been having with my RDBMS on a project I'm hacking on. [via#

bmilleare : Redis - A persistent key-value database with built-in net interface written in ANSI-C for Posix systems. Seems pretty fast - 110k SETs/sec and 81k GETs/sec on an entry level linux box.

The Comics Archetype Times Table

11/03/2009 @ 18:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Comics Archetype Times Table - reminds me of the dessert taxonomy

Milo Vermeulen : The Official Creebobby Comics Archetype Times Table [via]

Rod Begbie : The Official Creebobby Comics Archetype Times Table - Tell your Zombie/Lincoln from your Ninja/T-Rex [via#

joshua : the official comics archetype times table

pHash

9/03/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

joshua : pHash - the open source perceptual hash library

Amazon S3 tools: s3cmd : command line S3 client

8/03/2009 @ 11:01 UTC

joshua : Amazon S3 tools: s3cmd : command line S3 client

YouTube - CONRADCIGARSPIPES's Channel

7/03/2009 @ 21:00 UTC

joshua : YouTube - CONRADCIGARSPIPES's Channel - six THOUSAND videos of a dude smoking a pipe.

Juno: A Lightweight and Simple Web Framework

7/03/2009 @ 11:00 UTC

joshua : Juno: A Lightweight and Simple Web Framework

California Layoff Notices (Frequently Updated)

7/03/2009 @ 05:00 UTC

joshua : California Layoff Notices (Frequently Updated)

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