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Bumps ahead as Vimeo, YouTube respond to HTML5 video demand

22/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

wearehugh : Bumps ahead as Vimeo, YouTube respond to HTML5 video demand

Try our new HTML5 player! on Vimeo Staff Blog

22/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

wearehugh : Try our new HTML5 player! on Vimeo Staff Blog

YouTube Blog: Introducing YouTube HTML5 Supported Videos

22/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

wearehugh : YouTube Blog: Introducing YouTube HTML5 Supported Videos

Coder Who Says Py: Oplop web app, now using HTML5

22/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

wearehugh : Coder Who Says Py: Oplop web app, now using HTML5

Internet Explorer 8 document and browser modes | NCZOnline

22/01/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

wearehugh : Internet Explorer 8 document and browser modes | NCZOnline

Timeline twins, music and movies

22/01/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

philgyford : Timeline twins, music and movies - I keep thinking about this old post. I must be getting old. "Listening to Michael Jackson's Thriller today is equivalent to listening to Elvis Presley's first album (1956) at the time of Thriller's release in 1982."

YouTube's Music Discovery Project

22/01/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : YouTube's Music Discovery Project - Pandora-style playlists based around an artist

Second installment in my letterpress poster series

22/01/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Second installment in my letterpress poster series - The second installment in my letterpress poster series is available next month. Are you on the list to be notified when it's available?

Ditching in the Irish Sea

22/01/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

nelson : Ditching in the Irish Sea - First person account of losing both engines and landing next to an oil platform

For Some, a Warm Home Is Not a Priority - NYTimes.com

22/01/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

deusx : For Some, a Warm Home Is Not a Priority - NYTimes.com - "SERIOUS cold, Justen Ladda said, is when the sponge in the kitchen sink feels like wood or the toothpaste freezes or the refrigerator turns itself off, as it did one particularly frigid day last winter. Not that Mr. Ladda, a 56-year-old sculptor who

Rent Swiss Miss's desk space for two months in NYC

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Rent Swiss Miss's desk space for two months in NYC - Rent Swiss Miss's desk space for two months in NYC starting February 15. $500/month gets you some awesome studio mates and a creative workplace.

Cranky Pressman's Flickr photostream

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Cranky Pressman's Flickr photostream - Cranky Pressman's Flickr photostream showcases some excellent letterpress work.

Typeface: Freight Micro

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Typeface: Freight Micro - I resolve to find a way to use Freight Micro in half of my projects this year. I'm enamored.

The hottest Typophile content of 2009

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : The hottest Typophile content of 2009 - The hottest Typophile content of 2009. Like it says. (Be sure to grab a copy of Quicksand while you're there.)

Liz Danzico: Confidence for good

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Liz Danzico: Confidence for good - Liz Danzico: Confidence for good. "People, both women and men, should be so fiercely passionate about good ideas that self-promotion is a natural extension. Otherwise, why is it worth doing in the first place? It’s when confidence and self-promotion are

2010 HOW Conference poster

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : 2010 HOW Conference poster - The 2010 HOW Conference poster is fab. Designed and printed by Idaho Stew. (Will I see you there this year?)

Lady Gaga - Bad Romance

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

kaninka.net : Lady Gaga - Bad Romance

Föstudagur: FAITH NO MORE - Poker Face + Chinese Arithmetic

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

kaninka.net : Föstudagur: FAITH NO MORE - Poker Face + Chinese Arithmetic

All Over The Web

22/01/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

Anil : All Over The Web - Just a quick roundup of some recent conversations I've been having around the web: Fast Company interviewed me about applying the lessons of Web 2.0 to government. I'm always happy when I can mention my love of New York City and pop music while also t

txtsfrmlstnght: (636): ra ra ra ah ah (573): wtf? (636): sexting lady gaga style

22/01/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

kaninka.net : txtsfrmlstnght: (636): ra ra ra ah ah (573): wtf? (636): sexting lady gaga style

yamswool: erhebung: ‘GM12’ from History’s Shadow by David...

22/01/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

kaninka.net : yamswool: erhebung: ‘GM12’ from History’s Shadow by David... - yamswool: erhebung: ‘GM12’ from History’s Shadow by David Maisel — States of Metamorphosis (via http://bldgblog.blogspot.com/)  [via]

:: arjanwrites music blog ::: Listen to Space Cowboy "Electro Pioneers" EP

22/01/2010 @ 04:00 UTC

deusx : :: arjanwrites music blog ::: Listen to Space Cowboy "Electro Pioneers" EP - "The producer invited some of the mavericks of '80s electronic music, including Howard Jones, Thomas Dolby and Erasure's Vince Clarke, to give his tunes a spin of their own. Listen to their revamps below. After all of those years, these thr

StarWarsShop.com - Imperial Death Star Officer Cap

22/01/2010 @ 04:00 UTC

deusx : StarWarsShop.com - Imperial Death Star Officer Cap

Audiences experience 'Avatar' blues - CNN.com

22/01/2010 @ 04:00 UTC

deusx : Audiences experience 'Avatar' blues - CNN.com - "James Cameron's completely immersive spectacle "Avatar" may have been a little too real for some fans who say they have experienced depression and suicidal thoughts after seeing the film because they long to enjoy the beauty of the al

Benlog » Don’t Hash Secrets

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Benlog » Don’t Hash Secrets - "So the next time you’re using a hash function on anything, ask yourself: is any of the stuff I’m hashing supposed to stay secret? If so, don’t hash. Instead, use HMAC."

Simon Willison : Don't Hash Secrets - Don’t Hash Secrets. A well written explanation from 2008 of why you must use hmac instead of raw SHA-1 when hashing against a secret.

Jeremy Zawodny : Don’t Hash Secrets - Don’t Hash Secrets: thoughts on when HMAC-SHA1 is better than just SHA1

Life in the Yurt - The New York Times > Home & Garden > Slide Show > Slide 1 of 13

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Life in the Yurt - The New York Times > Home & Garden > Slide Show > Slide 1 of 13 - There is broadband internet, though. "It has no running water or working toilet, but this Mongolian-style tent, called a yurt, in the remote town of Seldovia, Alaska, is home to Erin McKittrick and Bretwood Higman, and their son, 11-month-old Katmai.

Realm Of The Mad God | Rock, Paper, Shotgun

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Realm Of The Mad God | Rock, Paper, Shotgun - "Okay, I am just working through game links here, so apologies for the volley of random Flash game links. This one is extra-plus awesome however, and discovered via the ultra-fertile sediment that is the TIGSource forums. Realm Of The Mad God is a

Retro Review: Magnavox Odyssey 2

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Retro Review: Magnavox Odyssey 2 - "This Odyssey 2 has been sitting in my room almost a month. I bought it online, but didn't have a VHF adaptor...or so I thought. While packing to move into a new apartment, I found one, and played the Odyssey immediately right there in the flo

Auto-appendectomy in the Antarctic: case report -- Rogozov and Bermel 339: b4965 -- BMJ

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Auto-appendectomy in the Antarctic: case report -- Rogozov and Bermel 339: b4965 -- BMJ - "The Russian surgeon Leonid Rogozov’s self operation, undertaken without any other medical professional around, was a testament to determination and the will to life"

gource - Project Hosting on Google Code

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : gource - Project Hosting on Google Code - "Gource is a software version control visualization tool."

Matthew M. Boedicker : gource - Project Hosting on Google Code

Patchwork - Web-based patch tracking system

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Patchwork - Web-based patch tracking system - "Patchwork is a web-based patch tracking system designed to facilitate the contribution and management of contributions to an open-source project. Patches that have been sent to a mailing list are 'caught' by the system, and appear on a we

Man, I love Apfelwein

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Man, I love Apfelwein - "Award Winning Apfelwein Recipe (German Hard Cider) Apple Wine Recipe Placed 1st in the Cider & Apple Wine category at the BJCP sanctioned Alamo Cerveza fest (out of 11 entries) and took 2nd place for Best of Show for the main category of Meads &

Remarks on Internet Freedom

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : Remarks on Internet Freedom - "The final freedom, one that was probably inherent in what both President and Mrs. Roosevelt thought about and wrote about all those years ago, is one that flows from the four I’ve already mentioned: the freedom to connect – the idea that governm

State of the Art - Palm Provides Plenty of P’s With Improved Phones - NYTimes.com

22/01/2010 @ 03:00 UTC

deusx : State of the Art - Palm Provides Plenty of P’s With Improved Phones - NYTimes.com - "But first: frankly, I can’t fathom why the Pre and the Pixi haven’t proved to be more popular. The polish and panache of both phones are phenomenal. Both phones feature Palm’s Web OS software, a fine, fluid operating system that, in many aspec

Caleb Larsen's sculpture perpetually sells itself on eBay

22/01/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Caleb Larsen's sculpture perpetually sells itself on eBay - here's the currently active auction  [via]

OK Cupid's myths of profile pictures

22/01/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

Andy Baio : OK Cupid's myths of profile pictures - more amazing data diving

Zeldman on posthumous hosting and the fragility of the creative web

22/01/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Zeldman on posthumous hosting and the fragility of the creative web - maybe a nonprofit focused on archiving individual authors? Archive.org's wonderful, but it's darkweb

philgyford : Posthumous Hosting and Digital Culture – Jeffrey Zeldman Presents The Daily Report - I've been pondering the same things, wondering about some kind of foundation you pay who will archive a static copy of your sites after your death. (via Waxy)

cobra libre : Posthumous Hosting and Digital Culture - "But there's gold among the dross, and there are web publications that we would do well to preserve for historical purposes. We are not clairvoyants, so we cannot say which fledgling, presently little-read web publications will matter to future historians #

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