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Laser pointed at San Jose aircraft; suspect in custody - San Jose Mercury News

25/01/2011 @ 22:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Laser pointed at San Jose aircraft; suspect in custody - San Jose Mercury News - Laser pointed at San Jose aircraft; suspect in custody - San Jose Mercury News: good to see the cops going after these morons

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25/01/2011 @ 19:00 UTC

nelson : sausage pork beef cheese whole milk butter margarine nuts and - It's an hour

37signals Product Blog: We'll be retiring our support of OpenID on May 1

25/01/2011 @ 18:00 UTC

Simon Willison : 37signals Product Blog: We'll be retiring our support of OpenID on May 1 - 37signals Product Blog: We’ll be retiring our support of OpenID on May 1. The support costs far outweighed the benefits to customers, especially now that 37signals have their own single sign in mechanism that works across all of their products.

emscripten

25/01/2011 @ 16:00 UTC

nelson : emscripten - A tool to convert LLVM to javascript, to run in a browser. gcc emits LLVM, so you can run pretty much any C code in a browser

PLATO dnd

25/01/2011 @ 16:00 UTC

nelson : PLATO dnd - Early networked gaming

The Food Lab: A Better Way to Caramelize Onions (Plus, French Onion Dip!) | Serious Eats

25/01/2011 @ 10:00 UTC

joshua : The Food Lab: A Better Way to Caramelize Onions (Plus, French Onion Dip!) | Serious Eats

Cathode, vintage terminal emulator for OS X

25/01/2011 @ 08:00 UTC

Andy Baio : Cathode, vintage terminal emulator for OS X - looks great in full screen

Rod Begbie : Cathode - OS X terminal application that emulates old & busted phosphor displays. Pointless and gorgeous. #

Eric Meyer : Secret Geometry: Cathode - I totally want this.

SmartphOWNED - Fail Autocorrects and Awkward Parent Texts

25/01/2011 @ 05:00 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : SmartphOWNED - Fail Autocorrects and Awkward Parent Texts - SmartphOWNED - Fail Autocorrects and Awkward Parent Texts: that is the hardest I've laughed all week

Tip: Flickr standard photo response as slideshow

25/01/2011 @ 04:00 UTC

Kellan : Tip: Flickr standard photo response as slideshow - We’ve been doing a ton of hacking recently on our Taste Test experiment, which in turn reminds me a lot of an ill-fated Flickr project, “Top Explorers”. (to anyone who still has Flickr SVN access the code should still be there) Computers

Simon Willison : Tip: Flickr standard photo response as slideshow - Tip: Flickr standard photo response as slideshow. Neat trick—you can construct a URL to Flickr’s slideshow widget that includes the results of any API method, including the all-powerful flickr.photos.search. It’s a shame you can’t embed the resu

Appreciation

25/01/2011 @ 02:00 UTC

Anil : Appreciation - Today is Community Moderator Appreciation Day, a well-deserved moment of recognition for people who make the web more humane, more thoughtful, more helpful and more useful. This is a bottomless topic for me, but perhaps the best way to observe it is to s

InMaps - Visualize your LinkedIn network

25/01/2011 @ 01:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : InMaps - Visualize your LinkedIn network - This is just lovely. Visualization of your LinkedIn graph, auto sorted into clusters. Interesting to see that, for example, my SF (pale blue) and Boston (purple) non-co-worker geek friends were easily filtered from each other. [via#

Trulia - Rent vs. Buy Index (Q1 2011)

25/01/2011 @ 01:00 UTC

Rod Begbie : Trulia - Rent vs. Buy Index (Q1 2011) - The first fruit of the purchase of Movity by Trulia: Visualization of the cities in the US where it makes more sense to rent than to purchase (unsurprisingly, SF falls into this category) [via#

Tools of the Modern Python Hacker: Virtualenv, Fabric and Pip - electronic.habitat : alex.clemesha

25/01/2011 @ 00:00 UTC

joshua : Tools of the Modern Python Hacker: Virtualenv, Fabric and Pip - electronic.habitat : alex.clemesha

Little Big Details

25/01/2011 @ 00:00 UTC

philgyford : Little Big Details - Examples of nice little UI touches. Some a bit obvious but others that are lovely. (via @paulpod)

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