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Ten cars we loved to hate.

2/11/2009 @ 23:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Ten cars we loved to hate. - Add to the list, anything coming out of GM from this day forward. #

Powder Puff Pilot

2/11/2009 @ 20:00 UTC

nelson : Powder Puff Pilot - Girlie-girl gear for feminine flyers

Top Twitter Lists

2/11/2009 @ 19:00 UTC

Linkorama : Top Twitter Lists

Want to conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic like Gustavo Dudamel?

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Want to conduct the Los Angeles Philharmonic like Gustavo Dudamel? - There's an app for that. #

WOFF File Format.

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : WOFF File Format. - This is the first you're going to hear about this from me. #

Using Evernote as a design scrapbook.

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Using Evernote as a design scrapbook. - "The Desktop > Web > iPhone ecosystem is lovely." Agreed. #

There are three incredibly beautiful redesigned websites featured on this page.

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : There are three incredibly beautiful redesigned websites featured on this page. - Can you find them all? #

La Maison Du Pastel.

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : La Maison Du Pastel. - The fabrication process for making handmade pastels. #

Art direction is process, not a layout.

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Art direction is process, not a layout. - Mark, please continue... #

Exploring Python

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Exploring Python - Exploring Python. Notes from the introduction to Python presentation I gave today at Stack Overflow DevDays Amsterdam.  [via]

Cook the Book: Perfect Pot Roast

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Cook the Book: Perfect Pot Roast - Cook the Book: Perfect Pot Roast: simple but yum sounding

MariaDB versus MySQL - Askmonty.org

2/11/2009 @ 17:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : MariaDB versus MySQL - Askmonty.org - MariaDB versus MySQL - Askmonty.org: MariaDB is really shaping up nicely

Milk Chocolate Caramel Waffle Micci.

2/11/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Milk Chocolate Caramel Waffle Micci. - If I collected vinyl this would most certainly have to have a place on the shelf. #

I'm pretty sure I saw this wreckage in Borderlands.

2/11/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Greg Storey : I'm pretty sure I saw this wreckage in Borderlands. - Hopefully in the next version we'll get to drive it. #

Flying a camera on an R/C helicopter over an under-construction Apple store.

2/11/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Flying a camera on an R/C helicopter over an under-construction Apple store. - I thought we'd see inside Al Capone's vault but no dice. #

"I was rarely without my Textas (marker pens) as a kid and I remember spending hours drawing the ...

2/11/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Greg Storey : "I was rarely without my Textas (marker pens) as a kid and I remember spending hours drawing the logos of my favourite brands onto reams of computer paper. By the age of 10, I had pretty much memorized most of the well known corporate identities." - Now thats devotion. Don't have it? Get it. #

Decca Records by Erik Nitsche.

2/11/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Decca Records by Erik Nitsche. - Note the frugal use of Helvetica. Lovely. #

Netflix streaming is coming to Wii.

2/11/2009 @ 16:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Netflix streaming is coming to Wii. - I'm sure it will require the same DVD based software that PS3 users will have to use for a while. #

T.26 Digital Type Foundry | Fonts : Exterminate

2/11/2009 @ 12:00 UTC

jonhicks : T.26 Digital Type Foundry | Fonts : Exterminate

Misfits - E4.com

2/11/2009 @ 11:00 UTC

philgyford : Misfits - E4.com - Click 'Play' to see what I've been making with Six To Start for the past few weeks.

CRF++: Yet Another CRF toolkit

2/11/2009 @ 10:00 UTC

joshua : CRF++: Yet Another CRF toolkit - CRF++ is a simple, customizable, and open source implementation of Conditional Random Fields (CRFs) for segmenting/labeling sequential data. CRF++ is designed for generic purpose and will be applied to a variety of NLP tasks, such as Named Entity Recognit

Donut Time!

2/11/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

Greg Storey : Donut Time! - #

Mike Pusateri's Halloween costume data collection

2/11/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Mike Pusateri's Halloween costume data collection - for the fifth year, he's collected every costume name; this year, "nothing" spiked to #2

XKCD's movie narrative charts

2/11/2009 @ 08:00 UTC

Andy Baio : XKCD's movie narrative charts - here's a more serious attempt at Primer's timeline

Cameron is moving to Florida, again.

2/11/2009 @ 07:01 UTC

Greg Storey : Cameron is moving to Florida, again. - Quick, Cameron, run before J&J come calling again. #

"Interface consistency is one of those things that, if done correctly, should go unnoticed."

2/11/2009 @ 07:01 UTC

Greg Storey : "Interface consistency is one of those things that, if done correctly, should go unnoticed." - Agreed. Also, Nathan, thanks for sharing your work. #

As I recall, Cederholm once told me that he reads Playboy for the typography.

2/11/2009 @ 07:01 UTC

Greg Storey : As I recall, Cederholm once told me that he reads Playboy for the typography. - Now I know why. #

Newspaper economics.

2/11/2009 @ 07:01 UTC

Greg Storey : Newspaper economics. - It's so easy. #

Nothing but chairs.

2/11/2009 @ 07:01 UTC

Greg Storey : Nothing but chairs. - Wonderful site. It's a damn shame about the pagination. #

Rumblevision.

2/11/2009 @ 07:01 UTC

Greg Storey : Rumblevision. - Lovely. #

Leveraging Social Networking for Enterprise, butHOW?

2/11/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Linkorama : Leveraging Social Networking for Enterprise, butHOW?

Loic Le Meur Blog: 30 predictions for the future of Twitter

2/11/2009 @ 04:00 UTC

Linkorama : Loic Le Meur Blog: 30 predictions for the future of Twitter

Google Wave: we came, we saw, we played D&D

2/11/2009 @ 03:00 UTC

kaninka.net : Google Wave: we came, we saw, we played D&D

"I spent the rest of my stay in the city following the Wall on both sides of the border. When I g...

2/11/2009 @ 03:00 UTC

kaninka.net : "I spent the rest of my stay in the city following the Wall on both sides of the border. When I got..." - “I spent the rest of my stay in the city following the Wall on both sides of the border. When I got to Checkpoint Charlie there was a platform we could walk up to that gave a good view at this Ground Zero of the Cold War. Except for a small family of We

Rob Pike: Notes on Programming in C | /sys/doc/ Documentation archive

2/11/2009 @ 02:00 UTC

jcgregorio : Rob Pike: Notes on Programming in C | /sys/doc/ Documentation archive - "One of the reasons data­driven programs are not common, at least among beginners, is the tyranny of Pascal. Pascal, like its creator, believes firmly in the separation of code and data. It therefore (at least in its original form) has no ability

nevver: Plume

2/11/2009 @ 00:00 UTC

kaninka.net : nevver: Plume

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