Evan Williams profile

30/10/2010 @ 23:00 UTC

nelson : Evan Williams profile - Not sure it's all true, but it's an interesting article

Outbreak! The Encyclopedia of Extraordinary Social Behavior

30/10/2010 @ 22:00 UTC

philgyford : Outbreak! The Encyclopedia of Extraordinary Social Behavior - Sounds like an awesome read. Just look at that table of contents: it reads like something John Hodgman would write, but it's real! (via Beyond the Beyond)

Sexy Chilean miner costume

30/10/2010 @ 20:00 UTC

nelson : Sexy Chilean miner costume - Hideousness for Halloween

Craigslist headquarters moving to downtown S.F.

30/10/2010 @ 19:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Craigslist headquarters moving to downtown S.F. - Craigslist headquarters moving to downtown S.F.: new office

Deaf Pilots

30/10/2010 @ 17:00 UTC

nelson : Deaf Pilots - Radios aren't required to fly in the US, so no reason deaf people can't fly

gevent: A coroutine-based network library for Python

30/10/2010 @ 09:00 UTC

joshua : gevent: A coroutine-based network library for Python

WebKit is Dropping HTML5 "popstate" Events

30/10/2010 @ 09:00 UTC

Simon Willison : WebKit is Dropping HTML5 "popstate" Events - WebKit is Dropping HTML5 “popstate” Events. Really nasty bug with WebKit’s pushState support, discovered by Ben Cherry from Twitter. popState events get dropped if the user navigates while an outbound network request is in progress.  [via]

Running Yahoo! Pipes on Google App Engine

30/10/2010 @ 08:00 UTC

Simon Willison : Running Yahoo! Pipes on Google App Engine - Running Yahoo! Pipes on Google App Engine. “The pipe2py package can compile a Yahoo! Pipe into pure Python source code, or it can interpret the pipe on-the-fly”—makes smart use of Python generators, and comes with tools to run the resulting compil

A predictable web of data - the why of YQL

30/10/2010 @ 08:00 UTC

Simon Willison : A predictable web of data - the why of YQL - A predictable web of data—the why of YQL. Christian Heilmann is moving from Yahoo! to Mozilla to head up their evangelism team, and has marked the occasion by releasing the first chapter of a proposed book on YQL.

MapCrunch

30/10/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

nelson : MapCrunch - Nice randomized Google Street View images

Andy Baio : MapCrunch - teleport to a random Street View location

philgyford : MapCrunch - Random Google Street View - Really simple idea, everyone's linking to it, and it's still very lovely. Instant momentary holiday.

Yelp Engineering Blog: mrjob: Distributed Computing for Everybody

30/10/2010 @ 01:00 UTC

joshua : Yelp Engineering Blog: mrjob: Distributed Computing for Everybody

Simon Willison : mrjob: Distributed Computing for Everybody - mrjob: Distributed Computing for Everybody. Yelp use MapReduce with Hadoop (running on Amazon’s EMR service) to power all sorts of interesting features on the site, including spelling suggestions, review highlights, top searches and “people who view

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