Tinkerer’s Sunset

29/01/2010 @ 23:00 UTC

nelson : Tinkerer’s Sunset - Mark Pilgrim's eloquent statement of the importance of open computing platforms

San Francisco's Answer to Westboro Baptist Church

29/01/2010 @ 23:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : San Francisco's Answer to Westboro Baptist Church - Made me sad that I didn't know they were in town until they were already here. I'd have loved to have protested outside Twitter with a "God Hates Failwhales" sign. #

Flickr Blog: Fence Friday

29/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

Kellan : Flickr Blog: Fence Friday - Twitter has #followfriday. If I were ever to rebuild Flickr from the ground up, I’d collapse the distinction between tags and groups for thematic collaboration. Explicit grouping is useful only when you need to create a sense of place, a trick most #

Ice Pilots NWT

29/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

nelson : Ice Pilots NWT - Fun Canadian documentary about pilots up in the frozen north

Grange Hill Online - Locations

29/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

philgyford : Grange Hill Online - Locations - Amazing: matching up shots from Grange Hill episodes with photos of the real world contemporary locations. The Internet's fab. (via EnemyOfChaos on Twitter)

Boks - A Visual Grid Editor - Toki Woki.

29/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

philgyford : Boks - A Visual Grid Editor - Toki Woki. - An AIR application that generates customised CSS etc files for use with the Blueprint CSS framework. Handy.

The State of Split-Screen Gaming Article | Eurogamer

29/01/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

philgyford : The State of Split-Screen Gaming Article | Eurogamer - A summary of decent games to play with a friend in the same room. (Thanks Tom A.)

Apple vs. Flash

29/01/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

nelson : Apple vs. Flash - Gruber's thoughtful essay on exactly why Apple has not allowed Flash on the iPhone

Unhappy Hipsters

29/01/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

nelson : Unhappy Hipsters - Funny captions on design photos

Jeremy Zawodny : Unhappy Hipsters - Unhappy Hipsters: this site cracks my shit up

Vulgar Chinese internet slang

29/01/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

nelson : Vulgar Chinese internet slang - Lots of fun neologisms

The Archipod "Garden Office"

29/01/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : The Archipod "Garden Office" - It's hard to describe this without seeing it. The Archipod is a self-described "garden office" that sits in your backyard, and its looks are futuristic but tempered with garden-appropriate shingling. I could see myself using one of these. Via Herman Mille [via]

Calacanis iPad hoaxes

29/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

nelson : Calacanis iPad hoaxes - The echo chamber of tech reporting reprints anything they read

Unicode 6.0 and Emoji

29/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

nelson : Unicode 6.0 and Emoji - Japanese emoticons are codified in Unicode. Seems crazy, but Apple and Google wanted it

The fate of Spirit

29/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

nelson : The fate of Spirit - Poignant little cartoon

Dojo 1.4.1 vs jQuery 1.4.2pre on Taskspeed

29/01/2010 @ 15:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Dojo 1.4.1 vs jQuery 1.4.2pre on Taskspeed - Dojo 1.4.1 vs jQuery 1.4.2pre on Taskspeed. John Resig’s reponse. When JavaScript libraries compete on performance, everybody wins.

Steven Frank on the iPad and a generational shift in computing

29/01/2010 @ 09:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Steven Frank on the iPad and a generational shift in computing - the single smartest essay I've read about the iPad yet; don't miss it

Rod Begbie : stevenf.com - I need to talk to you about computers. - One of the best things I've read following the iPad launch. #

Charlie Brooker - How To Report The News

29/01/2010 @ 08:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Charlie Brooker - How To Report The News - Brilliant clip of TV news clichés in action. [via#

Andy Baio : How to Report the News - from Charlie Brooker's News Wipe

xkcd's Spirit

29/01/2010 @ 08:00 UTC

Andy Baio : xkcd's Spirit - NASA's own WALL-E

Perfect cubes

29/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

nelson : Perfect cubes - Interesting collection of photos of sculpture

Eclipse corona photo

29/01/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

nelson : Eclipse corona photo - Beautiful bit of photography during an eclipse

Hivelogic - System-On-A-Chip: Why Apple’s new CPU Is So Important

29/01/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

deusx : Hivelogic - System-On-A-Chip: Why Apple’s new CPU Is So Important - "Apple’s subtle mention that the iPad features a CPU of their own making, the A4, was actually the most exciting part of the whole announcement. It’s pretty important."

Pants for kids and parents - Matt Brown

29/01/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

deusx : Pants for kids and parents - Matt Brown - "These pants will eventually be made in collaboration with my friend Lena. The project has been put on hold for a while since I left Sweden. The idea is to make pants that the parents wear and the kids can use. A pocket for the child to put things in

This is why it's worth learning about advertising, by Rory Marinich

29/01/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

deusx : This is why it's worth learning about advertising, by Rory Marinich - "The product is, simply put, a magical screen that can do anything you ever want it to, no matter what that is. Here you go. It’s five hundred dollars. If you pay me that, I will give you this magical thing that can do anything. You don’t have t

News Report - Snotr

29/01/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

deusx : News Report - Snotr - Meta news on newsmaking

Dojo: Still Twice As Fast When It Matters Most

29/01/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Dojo: Still Twice As Fast When It Matters Most - Dojo: Still Twice As Fast When It Matters Most. Alex Russell shows how Dojo out-performs jQuery on the TaskSpeed benchmark, which attempts to represent common tasks in real-world applications and has had code that have been optimised by the development

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