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application/xhtml+xml après quelques mois

17/07/2006 @ 15:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : application/xhtml+xml après quelques mois - Apparemment, "...servir des pages en application/xhtml+xml n'est plus un choix difficile." [via#

360 Degree Panorama of the Moon

16/07/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : 360 Degree Panorama of the Moon - "...experience the moon just as the astronauts did - almost as you were there." [via#

How to make a GeoRSS from RSS

16/07/2006 @ 11:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : How to make a GeoRSS from RSS - "...how to turn any RSS feed (that contains datelines or placenames) into a [Google Earth] KML network link". [via#

Go from couch to 5k in 6 weeks

15/07/2006 @ 16:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Go from couch to 5k in 6 weeks - Eh ! Faut bien commencer un jour. [via#

Wikipedia Article Revisions Now RSS Enabled

14/07/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Wikipedia Article Revisions Now RSS Enabled - Utile pour tous ceux qui sont intérressés par le suivi de l'historique d'une page de Wikipedia. [via#

The blogger code

14/07/2006 @ 12:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : The blogger code - B9 d- t k+ s- u f- i- o x-- e- l c [via#

Microformats Search and Pingerati Update

12/07/2006 @ 14:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Microformats Search and Pingerati Update - Karl Dubost : "...mettre en ligne l'ensemble de vos informations personnelles et semi publiques est devenu un problème." [via#

Bye Bye Embed

12/07/2006 @ 10:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Bye Bye Embed - "...get rid of embed." [via#

Population : One

11/07/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Population : One - One person is one pixel. Dans la même catégorie des chiffres qui font peur, je viens d'apprendre qu'il y a 60 millions de pianistes en Chine. [via#

Andy Baio : Population One - I feel insignificant; a good companion piece to this

Chickenfoot

11/07/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Paul Hammond : Chickenfoot - Chickenfoot is a tool that puts a programming environment in Firefox so you can write scripts to manipulate web pages and automate web browsing

joshua : Chickenfoot - some sort of greasemonkey variant

Philippe Janvier : Chickenfoot - "...a tool that puts a programming environment in Firefox so you can write scripts to manipulate web pages and automate web browsing." [via#

Velcro Being Pulled Apart on Flickr

9/07/2006 @ 16:08 UTC

Jeremy Zawodny : Velcro Being Pulled Apart on Flickr - Velcro Being Pulled Apart on Flickr: cool

Nelson Minar : Velcro at 94x zoom - Awesome photo

jimray : Velcro at 94x - Taken with a stereomicroscope. Ridiculous.

Philippe Janvier : Velcro Being Pulled Apart on Flickr - Toujours impressionnant. [via#

On RSS and Atom

5/07/2006 @ 09:09 UTC

Linkorama : On RSS and Atom - Fortunately all is not lost. While I don’t want to get embroiled in a format war, I will say that I’ve found the Atom 1.0 standard to meet the needs of nearly every single problem that I’ve thrown at it.

Simon Willison : DeWitt Clinton: On RSS and Atom - Atom is lossless.

Philippe Janvier : On RSS and Atom - "My recommendation to application developers today is to use Atom 1.0, not RSS, as the basis for your content syndication." [via#

Top 50 Football Goals

4/07/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Top 50 Football Goals - #5 Quand le Brésil était vraiment le Brésil ;) [via#

Quikmaps.com

3/07/2006 @ 22:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Quikmaps.com - Better than Pin the map : "...perfect for: drawing a map to your house, sketching out a cycling or hiking route, or telling everyone where you saw the grizzly bear." [via#

Sparkle Microcontent Viewer

2/07/2006 @ 23:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Sparkle Microcontent Viewer - Une façon de voir des microformats dans un navigateur. [via#

Tour de France Live Tracker

2/07/2006 @ 21:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Tour de France Live Tracker - Les étapes du Tour de France jour après jour sur Google Maps. [via#

Ten Common CSS Mistakes

30/06/2006 @ 17:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Ten Common CSS Mistakes - "...several common mistakes in the stylesheet." [via#

Classics On Google Video

30/06/2006 @ 01:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Classics On Google Video - "Some old movies have "fallen out of copyright", which means they can be distributed and downloaded for free." [via#

.9999999... = 1

27/06/2006 @ 14:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : .9999999... = 1 - "No, I'm Sorry, It Does." [via#

deusx : Polymathematics: No, I'm Sorry, It Does. - "Okay, so there's my rant.  .9 repeating equals one.  No, I'm sorry, it does."

Pixel Groovy

26/06/2006 @ 18:09 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Pixel Groovy - "Digg for designers" [via#

MovieBuilder4GE

26/06/2006 @ 14:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : MovieBuilder4GE - "...register your GoogleEarth tour and save it as AVI movie" [via#

55 Ways to Have Fun With Google

26/06/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : 55 Ways to Have Fun With Google - The full PDF of 55 Ways to Have Fun With Google, is now available. [via#

The Babes of Flickr

26/06/2006 @ 00:08 UTC

Philippe Janvier : The Babes of Flickr - Peut-être essayer de convaincre le mec de se rabattre sur l'Espagne. Quoique... [via#

Zicatela #2

22/06/2006 @ 14:09 UTC

Philippe Janvier : Zicatela #2 - Whaooo ! [via#

Pitchfork's 100 Awesome Music Videos

22/06/2006 @ 09:08 UTC

Andy Baio : Pitchfork's 100 Awesome Music Videos - all with embedded YouTube links; I just killed a full hour on this

joshua : Pitchfork Feature: 100 Awesome Music Videos - i heard they used to show these on television

plasticbag : Pitchfork presents 100 Awesome Music Videos - All complete with embedded YouTube links so you can actually watch the damn things. Copyright infringement by the megaton, but it's fascinating, beautiful and completely absorbing. I'll be playing with this a lot this evening. Mmm. Classy.

Philippe Janvier : 100 Awesome Music Videos - Oldies but Goodies ! [via#

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