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Unwebbable

21/07/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Unwebbable - Food for extended thought.

Some E-Books Are More Equal Than Others - Pogue’s Posts Blog - NYTimes.com

18/07/2009 @ 00:00 UTC

deusx : Some E-Books Are More Equal Than Others - Pogue’s Posts Blog - NYTimes.com - "This is ugly for all kinds of reasons. Amazon says that this sort of thing is “rare,? but that it can happen at all is unsettling; we’ve been taught to believe that e-books are, you know, just like books, only better. Already, we’ve learned

Andy Baio : Amazon ironically removes books from the Kindle - related: Amazon's Final Message to Its Creation

Eric Meyer : Some E-Books Are More Equal Than Others - So long, 1984. Big Brother never had a chance.

Michael Bay Finally Made An Art Movie

14/07/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Michael Bay Finally Made An Art Movie - You could easily argue that cinema critique, as an artform, has all been leading up to this.

Genre microfiction

14/07/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Genre microfiction - A final packet slipped through the gateway. Blogging! On our wedding day! [web]

French Toast and Bacon Cupcakes

12/07/2009 @ 06:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : French Toast and Bacon Cupcakes - One day I will make these and they will be mine. Oh yes.

Retro Comedy: The 15 Creepiest Vintage Ads Of All Time

12/07/2009 @ 03:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Retro Comedy: The 15 Creepiest Vintage Ads Of All Time - Jesus wept.

The Brads - Learning About Contrast in Design

9/07/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : The Brads - Learning About Contrast in Design - You know what? I really think I learned something today. Love the format, too!

IE6ify Bookmarklet

6/07/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : IE6ify Bookmarklet - Someone turn this into a Firefox/JetPack extension STAT.

HomeSite Discontinued

1/07/2009 @ 14:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : HomeSite Discontinued - The application that launched a thousand thousand sites is put out to pasture. A moment of silence, please.

deusx : Nick Bradbury: HomeSite Discontinued - "It's been almost 15 years since I created HomeSite, and I stopped working on it in 1998 when I left Allaire Corporation. Several other developers took over after I left, but to the best of my knowledge nobody has touched it for several years,

A Long Way to the Top

25/06/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : A Long Way to the Top - I think we all, in one way or another, have been there.

Cleveland Clinic pushes into future

19/06/2009 @ 21:01 UTC

Eric Meyer : Cleveland Clinic pushes into future - We could do a lot worse than rework the U.S. health care system on these lines. Actually, we already have.

Pixar grants dying 10-year-old girl's last wish to see "UP"

19/06/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Pixar grants dying 10-year-old girl's last wish to see "UP" - prepare to weep  [via]

Eric Meyer : Pixar grants girl's dying wish with home viewing of 'Up' - It's not just superior movies that make Pixar the best studio in the business. [via John] [via]

How the U.S. Surplus Became a Deficit

11/06/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : How the U.S. Surplus Became a Deficit - Strangely, it all has to do with the Bush Administration. Except now we have numbers.

Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames

10/06/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Anil : Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames - The whole world A small number of super-geeky obsessives is abuzz over the upcoming launch of Facebook Usernames, an exciting new feature that will let you put some parts of your name into a web address. Since its announcement yesterday, there's been a l

Eric Meyer : Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames - Anil lays it all out for you in clear, simple terms.

Rod Begbie : Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames - Anil Dash - Anil Dash predicts the future of Facebook vanity URLs. Who's going to be the first to register "mikearrington", I wonder. [via#

Milo Vermeulen : Exclusive: The Future of Facebook Usernames - Anil Dash

Andy Baio : Anil Dash on the future of Facebook usernames - frighteningly realistic predictions

What You Know About Iran is Wrong

2/06/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : What You Know About Iran is Wrong - Food for thought. Of course, what I know about Iran after reading the article may also be wrong-- it is, after all, a complex place. Just like anywhere else.

Kindle formatting for web geeks

27/05/2009 @ 18:01 UTC

Eric Meyer : Kindle formatting for web geeks - Hey, cool.

Greg Storey : Kindle formatting for web geeks. - Saved for later.

iPhoto 09 will not start!! ...

12/05/2009 @ 14:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : iPhoto 09 will not start!! ... - Just in case you get the Infinite Beach Ball of Death too. (Deleting the .plist worked for me, but good to know there are more steps available.)

The Font Snob

11/05/2009 @ 16:01 UTC

Eric Meyer : The Font Snob - I probably know half a dozen people like this.

Cassini's continued mission

8/05/2009 @ 05:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Cassini's continued mission - I just can't resist linking to Big Picture essays from space.

In defense of the low-fiber tweet

7/05/2009 @ 21:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : In defense of the low-fiber tweet - Damn right. So, so damn right.

Greg Storey : "I find no value in your 90% of your tweets." - Your first problem, Captain Dill Hole, is that you try to find value in tweets. Go fish.

With a Private MiFi Hot Spot, Be Online Wherever You Like

7/05/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : With a Private MiFi Hot Spot, Be Online Wherever You Like - Oh, Daddy LIKE.

District9 Trailer

1/05/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : District9 Trailer - This looks fairly awesome, and in more than one sense.

Jack Schulze's incredible 3D horizonless map of Manhattan

1/05/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Jack Schulze's incredible 3D horizonless map of Manhattan - currently running as a huge gatefold in Wired UK, prints are available with both directions  [via]

philgyford : Here & There — a horizonless projection in Manhattan - I've seen these in the flesh and they are very lovely. And a satisfying size. Well done Jack.

Eric Meyer : Here & There - a horizonless projection in Manhattan - Or, what Manhattan would look like if it were transplanted to an O'Neill habitat.

The Right's Contempt For Gay Lives

14/04/2009 @ 23:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : The Right's Contempt For Gay Lives - "One day, they will understand the callousness and bitterness and willful ignorance they currently represent. As civilized society leaves them increasingly behind."

Partisan Civil Liberties Disorder

11/04/2009 @ 22:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Partisan Civil Liberties Disorder - The good news is, it's treatable...

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