All the links in Mobile Web Design on Delicious

17/04/2009 @ 23:03 UTC

Cameron Moll : All the links in Mobile Web Design on Delicious - Jon Gallant, Microsoft: "I just finished Cameron Moll’s 'Mobile Web Design' book. Not only is it a great book...short, sweet and comprehensive, but it has a lot of great references. I figured I’d help others find the references by bookmarking them on

Shinichi Maruyama's ink and liquid photographs

17/04/2009 @ 23:03 UTC

Cameron Moll : Shinichi Maruyama's ink and liquid photographs - Shinichi Maruyama's ink and liquid photographs are absolutely stunning. Via Netdiver, whose post includes a shot of the artist in action. [via]

Haystack

17/04/2009 @ 23:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Haystack - Haystack. A brand new modular search plugin for Django, by Daniel Lindsley. The interface is modelled after the Django ORM (complete with declarative classes for defining your search schema) and it ships with backends for both Solr and pure-python Whoos [via]

joshua : Haystack - Search for Django

GWT and Search Engine indexing - Google Web Toolkit | Google Groups

17/04/2009 @ 22:02 UTC

jcgregorio : GWT and Search Engine indexing - Google Web Toolkit | Google Groups - "You're barking up the wrong tree here. GWT is for writing AJAX/RIA/whatever-you-want-to-call-them applications. It makes the obnoxious JS bits tolerable. JS applications are inherently unfriendly to search engines. You can overcome that (as Ian

The Pac-Man Dossier

17/04/2009 @ 21:00 UTC

Andy Baio : The Pac-Man Dossier - an exhaustively researched and well-written guide, with gameplay details I've never seen before  [via]

Simon Willison : The Pac-Man Dossier - The Pac-Man Dossier. Exuberantly detailed. Everything from how collision detection works to the exact pathfinding and target selection algorithms used by the four different ghosts. There’s even a tutorial for playing the legendary 256th level, where a

Rod Begbie : The Pac-Man Dossier - Relentlessly thorough documentation of the history, design and strategy of Pac-Man. [via#

MacOS botnet

17/04/2009 @ 19:04 UTC

nelson : MacOS botnet - Apples are now a large enough minority to be worth the trouble to attack

FBI's spyware

17/04/2009 @ 19:04 UTC

nelson : FBI's spyware - The cops infect computers with keyloggers, too

Warcraft in China

17/04/2009 @ 19:04 UTC

nelson : Warcraft in China - Blizzard takes the license away from previous company, gives it to a new partner

Golden Shower VCS

17/04/2009 @ 19:04 UTC

nelson : Golden Shower VCS - Anil's right, this holds up well

Anil : Video Computer System - A lot of folks seemed to like the Little Red Riding Hood video I linked to the other day, so I thought I'd reach way back into the archives (anybody still hanging around who was reading this site in 2000?) and dig out an old favorite. Behold, "Video Comp

1 billion webpages

17/04/2009 @ 19:01 UTC

nelson : 1 billion webpages - CMU is making a web crawl available via hard drive mailing

Andy Baio : CMU's ClueWeb09, 1 billion website crawl available for researchers - massive 25 terabyte dataset shipped on four 1.5 terabyte drives; get this up on AWS!  [via]

Swedish court finds The Pirate Bay guilty

17/04/2009 @ 19:01 UTC

Andy Baio : Swedish court finds The Pirate Bay guilty - a year in jail and $3.6M in damages

The WHATWG Blog » Blog Archive » The Road to HTML 5: Link Relations

17/04/2009 @ 19:01 UTC

wearehugh : The WHATWG Blog » Blog Archive » The Road to HTML 5: Link Relations

Radish - Indoor Solar-powered Calendar Display

17/04/2009 @ 18:03 UTC

joshua : Radish - Indoor Solar-powered Calendar Display

Drop ACID and think about data

17/04/2009 @ 18:01 UTC

Simon Willison : Drop ACID and think about data - Drop ACID and think about data. I’ve been very impressed with the quality and speed with which the PyCon 2009 videos have been published. Here’s Bob Ippolito on distributed databases and key/value stores.

Make your site faster and cheaper to operate in one easy step

17/04/2009 @ 18:01 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Make your site faster and cheaper to operate in one easy step - Make your site faster and cheaper to operate in one easy step: yes, compress your shit. this is not 1995 anymore

Simon Willison : Paul Buchheit: Make your site faster and cheaper to operate in one easy step - Paul Buchheit: Make your site faster and cheaper to operate in one easy step. Paul promotes gzip encoding using nginx as a proxy, and mentions that FriendFeed use a “custom, epoll-based python server? as their application server. Does that mean that

Installing CouchDB from source on OS X

17/04/2009 @ 17:01 UTC

Simon Willison : Installing CouchDB from source on OS X - Installing CouchDB from source on OS X. So far I’ve just been playing with it in an Ubuntu virtual machine.

Cross Browser Base64 Encoded Images Embedded in HTML

17/04/2009 @ 17:01 UTC

Simon Willison : Cross Browser Base64 Encoded Images Embedded in HTML - Cross Browser Base64 Encoded Images Embedded in HTML. Scarily clever. View the PHP source to see what’s going on—most browsers get image tags that use data URIs starting with data:image/png;base64, but IE gets served a Content-type:message/rfc822 he [via]

#2 Every Building with a Shoebox in it’s Basement

17/04/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Kellan : #2 Every Building with a Shoebox in it’s Basement - “Buildings could offer WiFi photo uploading service, in return for keeping the photos taken of them.” #

The Long Now Blog " Blog Archive " All you need to jump start civilization...

17/04/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : The Long Now Blog " Blog Archive " All you need to jump start civilization... - "On this one graphic is all the stuff you need to know to jump start a civilization (or get super rich if you travel back in time)." Fun.

TV Writing - Pilot School

17/04/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : TV Writing - Pilot School - Scripts for loads of pilot episodes of (mostly) US TV shows. (via John August)

Notes.husk.org. All Change On Oxford Street.

17/04/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : Notes.husk.org. All Change On Oxford Street. - Paul Mison on planned improvements to the Oxford Street / Regent Street junction and the horror that is the junction by Centre Point. All looking good (but it'd be hard to be worse).

G20 protest videos: Growing catalogue of evidence against police | UK news | guardian.co.uk

17/04/2009 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : G20 protest videos: Growing catalogue of evidence against police | UK news | guardian.co.uk - As Charlie Brooker said on Newswipe, how come all the press and TV crews failed to catch the real story at the time. And they wonder why many of them are doomed. (via Tom Taylor)

Video Computer System

17/04/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

Anil : Video Computer System - A lot of folks seemed to like the Little Red Riding Hood video I linked to the other day, so I thought I'd reach way back into the archives (anybody still hanging around who was reading this site in 2000?) and dig out an old favorite. Behold, "Video Comp

MUJI USA ONLINE STORE

17/04/2009 @ 07:00 UTC

joshua : MUJI USA ONLINE STORE

Commentary: April 15 is patriots' day - CNN.com

17/04/2009 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : Commentary: April 15 is patriots' day - CNN.com - "So why are a bunch of Fox News clowns and right-wing cranks hosting "tea parties" all over the country? The Boston Tea Party, in case the clods at Fox didn't know it, protested "taxation without representation." Note the sec

Classic Computer Magazine Archive

17/04/2009 @ 05:00 UTC

deusx : Classic Computer Magazine Archive - "preserving information from early personal computer magazines"

agile approach | World Bank Open API 2.0 Launched

17/04/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

joshua : agile approach | World Bank Open API 2.0 Launched - summary of world bank api

Hacklab's laser engraver plays the Super Mario Bros. theme

17/04/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Hacklab's laser engraver plays the Super Mario Bros. theme - here's the Ruby code and homegrown ASCII tablature that makes it work  [via]

Brad Elterman

17/04/2009 @ 03:00 UTC

Ethan Marcotte : Brad Elterman - Some incredible (and occasionally NSFW) photos from Brad Elterman, who apparently went to every party ever thrown in the 1970s. The one of Ali might be my favorite. (Via Coudal.) ∞  [via]

Reverend

17/04/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

joshua : Reverend - general purpose Bayesian classifier

Disturbing Strokes

17/04/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

nelson : Disturbing Strokes - Music direction matters

Disturbing Strokes [video]

17/04/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Disturbing Strokes [video] - Disturbing Strokes [video]: that is awesome

The Backlash Tracker: Build 'Em Up, Knock 'Em Down, NEXT!

17/04/2009 @ 01:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : The Backlash Tracker: Build 'Em Up, Knock 'Em Down, NEXT! - Great analysis of memebacklash by Linda Holmes #

ORM on a Shoestring | Omar Kattan - Search Engine Marketing Expert

17/04/2009 @ 00:00 UTC

bmilleare : ORM on a Shoestring | Omar Kattan - Search Engine Marketing Expert

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