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GDC talk on Eve

25/01/2010 @ 23:00 UTC

nelson : GDC talk on Eve - The Mittani will speak at the big Game Developer Conference on his skullduggery in Eve Online.

OSM the default map in Haiti

25/01/2010 @ 22:00 UTC

Simon Willison : OSM the default map in Haiti - OSM the default map in Haiti. A search and rescue team member in Haiti sends word that digital maps constructed by the OpenStreetMap community are spreading by word of mouth and being loaded on to GPS units on the ground.

nelson : OpenStreetMap in Haiti - OSM is the only map you can download and manipulate freely

Mass Effect in 5 minutes

25/01/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

nelson : Mass Effect in 5 minutes - In case you are thinking of playing the sequel

Vanishing Point

25/01/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Vanishing Point - I'm waiting for real-time music visualizations like this  [via]

Aviation weather requirements

25/01/2010 @ 18:00 UTC

nelson : Aviation weather requirements - Notes on how to be an official weather briefing site on the Internet. Bottom line: reliable, SSL, and logged

Taylor Mali: What teachers make

25/01/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

Eric Meyer : Taylor Mali: What teachers make - Truth.

fairphantom: John Lee Hooker

25/01/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

kaninka.net : fairphantom: John Lee Hooker

MarshallBanana comments on Christopher Blizzard: HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us

25/01/2010 @ 16:00 UTC

wearehugh : MarshallBanana comments on Christopher Blizzard: HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us

Hack the Planet: Are you sure?

25/01/2010 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : Hack the Planet: Are you sure? - A post-SXSW2000 discussion about weblogs and cliques and oh all those things that now seem so old.

CamWorld: Thinking Outside the Box

25/01/2010 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : CamWorld: Thinking Outside the Box - Cameron Barrett's account of SXSW 2000.

The benbrown website :: daily text

25/01/2010 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : The benbrown website :: daily text - Ben Brown's 6985 word account of his SXSW 2000 and *that* weblog panel. A lovely piece, still worth a read.

Comments on 1142 | MetaFilter

25/01/2010 @ 15:00 UTC

philgyford : Comments on 1142 | MetaFilter - A bit more flurry about weblogs and "3000 word" Ben Brown-style essays, post SXSW 2000. Quaint.

The making of the NYT's Netflix graphic

25/01/2010 @ 14:00 UTC

Simon Willison : The making of the NYT's Netflix graphic - The making of the NYT’s Netflix graphic. A database dump from Netflix, some clever hackery in ArcView GIS, hpricot to scrape Metacritic and a lot of careful thought about the UI for navigating the data.

Fixing the Google Account problem

25/01/2010 @ 12:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Fixing the Google Account problem - Fixing the Google Account problem. 3,000+ words explaining how to open a Google Doc invitation sent to an e-mail address that isn’t associated with your Google account. Worth reading just to get an idea for the enormous complexity involved in running

Christopher Blizzard · HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us and why we’re standing ...

25/01/2010 @ 08:00 UTC

wearehugh : Christopher Blizzard · HTML5 video and H.264 – what history tells us and why we’re standing with the web

nelson : HTML5 video licensing - Very thoughtful post about Mozilla's position in the H.264 and HTML video kerfuffle

Help pick the best photos, but watch out, it's addictive!

25/01/2010 @ 02:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Help pick the best photos, but watch out, it's addictive! - Help pick the best photos, but watch out, it’s addictive!. My favourite WildlifeNearYou feature yet—our new tool asks you to pick the best from two photos, then uses the results to rank all of the photos for each species. It’s surprisingly addicti

Chris Morris's Four Lions: a exclusive clip from the 'jihadist comedy'

25/01/2010 @ 00:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Chris Morris's Four Lions: a exclusive clip from the 'jihadist comedy' - Oh man, I can't wait for this. A clip from Chris Morris's upcoming comedy about English suicide bombers. Word from Sundance is that it's as good as "In the Loop". #

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