Hey, Dumbass Dodge commercial dude, yeah you, come over here… at Tobias Buckell Online

17/02/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

deusx : Hey, Dumbass Dodge commercial dude, yeah you, come over here… at Tobias Buckell Online - "Because I don’t have cable I missed that horrifically awful Dodge commercial (your auto bailout tax dollars at work!)."

Expert Labs, ThinkTank, Gina Trapani and our Grand Challenges

17/02/2010 @ 21:00 UTC

Anil : Expert Labs, ThinkTank, Gina Trapani and our Grand Challenges - A few months ago, I started as director of Expert Labs, a new independent non-profit effort with the goal of improving government by letting policy makers tap into the collective wisdom of the public. We're part of the American Association for the Advance

Please Rob Me

17/02/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Please Rob Me - amusing, but only dangerous if someone knows where you live

How To Node

17/02/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

Simon Willison : How To Node - How To Node. New blog about Node.js, with a superb series of tutorials aimed at both experienced and new JavaScript developers. The stuff on managing callbacks (including running them in both series and parallel) is pretty eye-opening.

do

17/02/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

Simon Willison : do - do. A library for Node that adds a higher level abstraction for dealing with chained and parallel callbacks.

Brick Lamp by HC Wang

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Brick Lamp by HC Wang - Brick Lamp by HC Wang. "You can prop the Brick Lamp up on any of its four sides to cast a gentle glow across a wall or table. It's not a super-bright task lamp, but instead the kind of subtle hint of light you want on your desk--all coming from a super-mo

Nicholas Felton: Home Away From Home

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Nicholas Felton: Home Away From Home - Nicholas Felton: Home Away From Home. An interview with Cerentha Harris, including photos of his SoHo studio.

Incase testing-friendly packaging

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : Incase testing-friendly packaging - This is brilliant and overdue thinking: Product packaging that allows for opening, testing, and repackaging. Incase: "Our research showed that consumers were opening packages and test-fitting products before making purchases. In most cases, the packages w

"Are You an Awesomely Modest Front-End Developer Looking for New Digs?"

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : "Are You an Awesomely Modest Front-End Developer Looking for New Digs?" - "Are You an Awesomely Modest Front-End Developer Looking for New Digs?" San Francisco-based Flickerbox wants to hire you.

GOOD: Design an infographic for Haiti

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Cameron Moll : GOOD: Design an infographic for Haiti - GOOD ran a contest asking readers to design an infographic about the earthquake in Haiti. The submissions are stunning. First and last are favorites.

Older women

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

nelson : Older women - OKCupid drops another incredible statistics-packed blog post about their dating population

Andy Baio : OK Cupid covers the effects of age on dating and attractiveness - as always, some incredible dataporn mined from their community  [via]

Simon Willison : The Case For An Older Woman - The Case For An Older Woman. OK Cupid’s fascinating statistics blog uses cleverly plotted aggregate data from the dating site to illustrate the difference in age tastes between the genders (men try to date younger women) and show why that might not be

Werewolf: How a parlour game became a tech phenomenon

17/02/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Werewolf: How a parlour game became a tech phenomenon - Werewolf: How a parlour game became a tech phenomenon. The legendary “everyone’s a villager? game from Foo Camp ’08 gets a write-up in Wired.

Windows Phone 7

17/02/2010 @ 17:01 UTC

Cameron Moll : Windows Phone 7 - Microsoft has literally nothing to lose by completely overhauling Windows Mobile OS--its global market share is paltry, and the UI is nearly unusable for anyone other than the die-hard Windows user. Hence, the unveiling of Windows Phone 7 is impressive ne

NYC #1: My story is better than your story

17/02/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

kaninka.net : NYC #1: My story is better than your story

Windows 7 on Samsung NC10 - Windows 7 Forums

17/02/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Windows 7 on Samsung NC10 - Windows 7 Forums - Windows 7 on Samsung NC10 - Windows 7 Forums: In case I ever decide to drop Window7 on my netbook

Help.GitHub - Forking a project

17/02/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Help.GitHub - Forking a project - Help.GitHub - Forking a project: here's the info on how to work with a forked project from github... very handy!

Air Video

17/02/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Air Video - Air Video: stream videos to your iphone and ipod touch

Linkorama : About Air Video - Air Video can stream videos in almost any format to your iPhone and iPod touch. You don't need to copy your videos to the device just to watch them.

"The “café? issue mentioned above raises the question of how you count the characters in..."

17/02/2010 @ 14:00 UTC

kaninka.net : "The “café? issue mentioned above raises the question of how you count the characters in..." - “The “café? issue mentioned above raises the question of how you count the characters in the Tweet string “café?. To the human eye the length is clearly four characters. Depending on how the data is represented this could be either five or six

3rd prize stories - World Press Photo

17/02/2010 @ 14:00 UTC

kaninka.net : 3rd prize stories - World Press Photo

A new global visual language for the BBC's digital services

17/02/2010 @ 14:00 UTC

Simon Willison : A new global visual language for the BBC's digital services - A new global visual language for the BBC’s digital services. Detailed explanation of the BBC’s new “visual language? for their digital properties.

"And so food has stopped being food - something you can take or leave, something that is a privat...

17/02/2010 @ 13:00 UTC

kaninka.net : "And so food has stopped being food - something you can take or leave, something that is a private..." - “And so food has stopped being food - something you can take or leave, something that is a private activity - and has become a means of proving one’s moral worth. The future of food for those coming through the school system today may not be a happy o

Buzz launch wasn't flawed, Google's intentions are

17/02/2010 @ 06:00 UTC

cobra libre : Buzz launch wasn't flawed, Google's intentions are - "What Google lacks is not infrastructure, engineers, money, time or even great ideas. It's the ability to delight users." [via#

Rod Begbie : Buzz launch wasn't flawed, Google's intentions are - Really insightful post on what stinks so badly about Google Buzz. Slamming it into Gmail was just such an ugly, out-of-place, hacky move for market-share -- no different than the approach that cluttered up the homepages of Yahoo, AOL, MSN, etc. [via#

A conversation I have every month or so

17/02/2010 @ 06:00 UTC

cobra libre : A conversation I have every month or so - TRUE #

Wikimedia has a users RPE of 30mil

17/02/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

Kellan : Wikimedia has a users RPE of 30mil - “Wikimedia Foundation currently employs 14 technical people (not all of whom are developers). At 400 million readers/month (as of February 2010), that’s about 1 developer per 30 million users. Accounting for open source developers probably doe #

Human cages (Guilt) (via fakeneverland)

17/02/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

kaninka.net : Human cages (Guilt) (via fakeneverland) [via]

Crown (via Julio B Esq)

17/02/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

kaninka.net : Crown (via Julio B Esq) [via]

(via Noah Kalina)

17/02/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

kaninka.net : (via Noah Kalina) [via]

(via North Korean Porn)

17/02/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

kaninka.net : (via North Korean Porn) [via]

MicroSD problems

17/02/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

nelson : MicroSD problems - One of the world's most famous reverse engineering hackers delves deep into 2GB flash cards

Andy Baio : Bunnie Huang's forensic research into irregular MicroSD cards - "Kingston is revealed as simply a vendor that re-marks other people's chips in its own packaging"  [via]

Milo Vermeulen : On MicroSD Problems - interesting forensic investigation by Chumby hardware developer Bunnie [via]

yamswool: sineload: © Trent Parke

17/02/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

kaninka.net : yamswool: sineload: © Trent Parke

4 A.M.

17/02/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

cobra libre : 4 A.M. #

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