15/02/2006 @ 01:08 UTC
Andy Baio : Google buys Measure Map - congrats, Jeff and the Adaptive Path crew!
Jeremy Zawodny : Here comes Measure Map - Here comes Measure Map: google bought measure map... saw that coming a mile away
Douglas Bowman : Google > Measure Map - Congratulations to Jeff Veen and the entire Adaptive Path team that worked on Measure Map. Here's to even better things ahead.
jkottke : Google buys Measure Map, Jeff Veen leaves Adaptive Path to work at Google - Google buys Measure Map, Jeff Veen leaves Adaptive Path to work at Google.
plasticbag : It's official! Google buys Measuremap! - I've chatted to Veen a few times over the last few months but still this is a surprise. It's a lovely piece of work, which I imagine will fit Blogger very well. And I'm looking forward to hearing about Google's culture and swapping notes...
Linkorama : Here comes Measure Map - Bought by Google, congrats AP!
jimray : Official Google Blog: Here comes Measure Map - Jeff Veen joins Google, as does Measure Map
Nelson Minar : Jeff Veen to Google - Good for him
kayodeok : Official Google Blog: Here comes Measure Map - Our goal has been to use the power of web analytics to help bloggers feel that same sense of connection with their audience. Today, as the Measure Map team joins Google, our mission remains the same: to build the best possible user experience so people ca#
4/10/2005 @ 09:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Ning.com goes live! - 24 Hour Laundry's stealthy startup is an oddball social software playground; mind blowing geek cool
philgyford : Ning | Developer : Home - New site that makes it easy to create your own social software apps, from the secretive 24 Hour Laundry. (I did most of the HTML/CSS.)
jkottke : Ning, a social software playground - Ning is a platform on which you can build your own social software...your own craigslist or del.icio.us. We were just talking about something like this the other day at Eyebeam, a MMORPG in which you write applications to adventure together or fight each [via]
kayodeok : Ning - Ning is a free online service (or, as we like to call it, a Playground) for building and using social applications.
François Nonnenmacher : Ning - Ning (formerly known as 24 Hour Laundry) is a free online service (a Playground) for people to build and run social applications
Linkorama : Ning - Ning is a free online service (or, as we like to call it, a Playground) for building and using social applications.
erikbenson : Ning: create your own social network site - At first glance, pretty interesting! Having trouble logging in but I assume that'll be fixed soon.
Rod Begbie : Ning "Playground" - At the risk of sounding a bit "Less space than a nomad. Lame", can anyone explain to me what's so exciting about a service that lets you build hosted not-quite-as-good-as-existing social apps? [via] #
cobra libre : ning - a "playground" (that is, "a field or sphere of unrestricted pleasurable activity") for "social applications" (i.e., "web apps made up of code and content that enable people to match, transact, and communicate with one another") #
Simon Willison : Ning - A social software app for building social software apps. That's so meta.
Paul Hammond : Ning | Home: Front Page - Ning is a free online service (or, as we like to call it, a Playground) for building and using social applications.
plasticbag : I remain totally weirded out by Ning, even after their relaunch as a roll your own social network service - I honestly have no idea why anyone would want this, and it makes me sad because I feel like I'm missing something quite profound. The benefit surely would be in overlapping social networks? In values in scale? I'm totally lost.#
20/07/2005 @ 08:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Google Moon - try zooming all the way in
jkottke : Google Moon: explore the Apollo landing sites in the Google Maps interface
joshua : Google Moon - mmm, cheese
kayodeok : Google Moon - Lunar Landing Sites - "In honor of the first manned Moon landing, which took place on July 20, 1969, we?ve added some NASA imagery to the Google Maps interface to help you pay your own visit to our celestial neighbor"
gleuschk : Google Moon - zoom all the way in
Rod Begbie : Google Moon - Lunar Landing Sites - Lovely little Googletreat to celebrate the anniversary of the moon landings. Make sure and try zooming in to the maximum resolution to see what the moon is made of. #
jimray : Google Moon - Lunar Landing Sites - Just a small slice of the moon, commemorating the original moon landing 36 years ago. Still cool, though.
erikbenson : Google Moon - Zoom in all the way to see the moon at a level of detail never experienced before.
Linkorama : Google Moon - Honestly, if you are going to visit a fairly large moon, why would you keep going to the same place? What is this, Lunar Vegas?#
15/07/2005 @ 23:56 UTC
Andy Baio : Django, like Rails for Python - outstanding new web framework by Adrian Holovaty and Simon Willison; read the overview
joshua : Django - python on rails?
Rod Begbie : Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - The continued quest to create a "Python on Rails" turns up this interesting looking app. To be investigated further. [via] #
François Nonnenmacher : Django - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design
Paul Hammond : Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
jimray : Django | The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - Looks like Ruby on Rails for Python
Nelson Minar : Django: PyWeb code - Maybe this will be The One? Python has really needed a better webapp framework.
Simon Willison : Django: The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - I helped develop this. Start with the overview. I'll write more later.
kayodeok : The Web framework for perfectionists with deadlines - Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design
bmilleare : Django - Python web framework#
14/07/2005 @ 14:55 UTC
Milo Vermeulen : Art. Lebedev - Optimus keyboard
gleuschk : awesome lcd keyboard - holy cow, now, *that's* the future
tehu : Optimus keyboard : LCD on your keys - Oh I want one ! Patents pending ? Gosh !
Matthew M. Boedicker : keyboard where each key is a mini LCD
jkottke : Whoa, each key on this keyboard is a little computer screen - I'd love to use the typeface of my choosing for my keyboard.
plasticbag : The Optimus keyboard has a tiny screen under each key, so that you can remap it easily to any combination - Mr Webb informs me that each button costs tens of dollars at the moment, and as such it doesn't look likely to go on the market any time soon - but it rocks and I want one...
Simon Willison : Optimus keyboard - Every key is a colour screen.#
10/05/2005 @ 18:56 UTC
Isofarro : Dive into greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim is back with another awesome online book.
kayodeok : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Dive Into Greasemonkey is a book about programming with Greasemonkey, a Firefox extension for customizing web pages. Read it online for free
Simon Willison : Dive Into Greasemonkey - If you're not in to Greasemonkey yet, now you have no excuse.
jimray : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Mark Pilgrim is back and he wants you to surf the web your way
Paul Hammond : Dive Into Greasemonkey - Teaching an old web new tricks#
18/04/2005 @ 11:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Adobe buys Macromedia! - all-stock buyout for $3.4 billion
jkottke : Whoa! Adobe to buy Macromedia?!!?!?! - Wow! ??!!?!??!! I don't think there's enough room in my MT database for all the question marks and exclamation points I want to use here.
Ethan Marcotte : Adobe buys Macromedia - Welcome to the world of the Ã¼bercorp.
kayodeok : Adobe acquires Macromedia - Adobe Systems Incorporated has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Macromedia (Nasdaq: MACR) in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion
tehu : Adobe to acquire Macromedia - Why reinvent Flash when we can buy its owner ?
deusx : About Adobe - Adobe to acquire Macromedia - "Adobe Systems Incorporated (Nasdaq: ADBE) has announced a definitive agreement to acquire Macromedia (Nasdaq: MACR) in an all-stock transaction valued at approximately $3.4 billion." Holy crap.
Paul Hammond : About Adobe - Adobe to acquire Macromedia - The combination of Adobe and Macromedia strengthens our mission of helping people and organizations communicate better#
5/04/2005 @ 09:55 UTC
Andy Baio : Maciej on Paul Graham and other blowhards - I love a spirited rant
Wayne Burkett : Idle Words: Dabblers and Blowhards - "I am not qualified to call bullshit on Paul Graham when he writes about programming, history, starting a business, or even growing up as a social pariah, but I do know enough about art to see when someone is just making shit up." #
Rod Begbie : Dabblers and Blowhards - Paul Graham (and ESR, and Winer) in bullshit-rant shocker. Despite people pointing to them, I've never been able to read a Paul Graham essay. Favourite quote: "Great paintings, for example, get you laid in a way that great computer programs never do." [via] #
jkottke : Dabblers and Blowhards, or Why hackers are nothing like painters - Maciej takes issue with Paul Graham's non-technical body of writing.
deusx : Idle Words - Dabblers and Blowhards - "But you, sir, are no painter."
jimray : Dabblers and blowhards - Maciej Ceglowski doesn't think hackers are anything like painters [via Daring Fireball]
cameron : Idle Words: Dabblers and Blowhards - Maciej reveals the truth: programming is nothing like painting, as painters get laid for what they do
Steve Cook : Maciej Ceglowski beats the crap out of "Hackers and Painters" - He's got a beef with the Paul Graham/Dave Winer/ESR style of "hackers are" essay, and calls bullshit on Graham's qualifications to even -talk- about painting. (via Waxy)
plasticbag : A glorious response to essays on Hackers and Painters... - "Great paintings, for example, get you laid in a way that great computer programs never do. Even not-so-great paintings - in fact, any slapdash attempt at splashing paint onto a surface - will get you laid more than writing software"
Paul Hammond : Idle Words - Dabblers and Blowhards - So let me say it simply - hackers are nothing like painters.#
30/03/2005 @ 04:55 UTC
deusx : [delicious-discuss] big news - "I've decided to quit my job and workon del.icio.us full time." Holy shit. Congratulations!
jkottke : Josh Schachter has taken on some outside investment and is doing del.icio.us full-time - Congratulations to Josh...looking forward to seeing what happens.
plasticbag : Josh Schachter quits his job to take del.icio.us professional - I really hope this one works out for him. I'm a bit nervous that it won't easily translate into a commercial space...
ricmac : delicious gets investor capital - Joshua: "I've decided to quit my job and work on del.icio.us full time." Congrats! (via waxy.org)
Nelson Minar : del.icio.us full time - Joshua announces funding and a new concentration
Simon Willison : [delicious-discuss] big news - Joshua has funding, and is now working on del.icio.us full time.
jimray : Josh Schachter quits his job to do del.icio.us full time - Also, inboxes are back!#
8/02/2005 @ 06:55 UTC
Jeremy Zawodny : Google Maps - Google Maps: just what you think it is
doug : Google Maps - Check out Google?s way-cool mapping service in any non-Safari browser. Drag the map around, quick zooming, directions from A to B, beautiful detail, and more? Look out MapQuest.
jkottke : Google Maps is in beta - Safari not supported yet.
Dan Cederholm : Google Maps - Linked from everywhere, but worth it. Hope to see support for Safari, eventually.
gleuschk : new button on Google Maps: Hybrid - superextramegacool#
24/09/2004 @ 00:55 UTC
jkottke : Ok, this is the first wiki interface I've seen that has real potential - Dunno quite why exactly, but this blows my mind.
cameron : TiddlyWiki - wiki without servers
Graham Leuschke : wow, that's a gorgeous site interface -- oh, and it's a wiki - click on some stuff on the left-hand side `
Adam Gessaman : TiddlyWiki - a reusable non-linear personal web notebook - Hmmm... this is interesting... alhtough it requires some logical restructuring of my thought processes.
Jeremy Zawodny : tiddlywiki - tiddlywiki: very cool stuff#
30/08/2004 @ 11:55 UTC
Jon Hicks : siFR - Scalable, multiline Flash 6 compatible typography!
anildash : elegant and attractive use of flash for headlines - seems like mike's found the best of both worlds
deusx : Mike Davidson: Introducing sIFR: The Healthy Alternative to Browser Text - Damn slick replacement of select HTML elements with Flash, degrades gracefully.
jkottke : So now we're building Web browsers in Flash movies embedded in HTML displayed by Web browsers? - I think I'm getting a headache.
Philippe Janvier : Introducing sIFR : The Healthy Alternative to Browser Text - Du Flash pour remplacer du texte HTML : complexe et plutôt lourd pour un résultat assez satisfaisant. Sans doute un exercice à reserver aux présentations les plus exigeantes.
Paul Hammond : Mike Davidson: Introducing sIFR: The Healthy Alternative to Browser Text - things which shouldn't have to be done
Phil Gyford : Mike Davidson: Introducing sIFR: The Healthy Alternative to Browser Text - Replacing HTML text with Flash-rendered text just to make it look prettier seems like precious designer overkill to me. But it's very clever and it does work.#
24/08/2004 @ 20:55 UTC
jkottke : Tricks of the Trade
Matthew M. Boedicker : tricks of the trade, for various trades
Jeremy Zawodny : tricks of the trade - tricks of the trade: the gap between software engineers and birthday clowns is almost negligible
Manuzhai : Tricks of the Trade - Little tricks to make life in your profession easier.
Nelson Minar : Tricks of the trade - funny on the Morning News (via kottke)
Phil Gyford : The Morning News - Tricks of the Trade - Different professions. Landscape architect: "If you say the drawings are 'rendered' rather than 'colored,' you can charge four times as much."
Aquarion : Tricks of the Trade - In this respect, the gap between software engineers and birthday clowns is almost negligible#
4/08/2004 @ 12:55 UTC
Erik Benson : I thought this was a joke--an O'Reilly Hacks book about quirks of the human brain? Matt is my hero - I would love to write a chapter for this. I wonder if they're taking submissions?
Tom Coates : My colleague has been writing a book. Yay Webb.
anildash : coming soon: brain hacks - it's the logical extension of Mind Wide Open
Phil Gyford : i'm writing a book (4 August 2004, Interconnected) - Matt is clever and nice. His forthcoming book, 'Brain Hacks', should be good. Yay!
deusx : im writing a book (4 August 2004, Interconnected) - "Now if you'll just excuse me. GODDAMN THIS IS SO BLOODY BRILLIANT. Sorry, I've been wanting to say that for ages." Brain Hacks. As fast as it hits the bookstore, it'll be on my shelf.
Richard MacManus : Matt Webb's co-writing an O'Reilly book called Brain Hacks - "To get where it is, the brain has made some fascinating design decisions."
Will Pate : Brain Hacks - 100 practical and understandable probes into the design quirks of the brain. I can't wait.
Paul Hammond : im writing a book (4 August 2004, Interconnected) - 100 practical and understandable probes into the design quirks of the brain, concentrating on the sensory and motor functions and their coordination
Jeremy Zawodny : brain hacks - brain hacks: sounds like a fun book#
29/07/2004 @ 15:57 UTC
anildash : paul graham on great hackers - an excellent recap, and explains why i love working at six apart
Graham Leuschke : great hackers - also applicable to academics, mathematicians, etc.
Matthew M. Boedicker : Great Hackers by Paul Graham
Tomas Jogin : Great Hackers - Paul Graham says he don't quite know how to spot a good hacker, but at the same time he does a wonderful job of describing one. Very good read.
Kayode Okeyode : Great Hackers
Simon Willison : Great Hackers - "Of all the great programmers I can think of, I know of only one who would voluntarily program in Java. And of all the great programmers I can think of who don't work for Sun, on Java, I know of zero."
Richard MacManus : Paul Graham: Great Hackers - I'm not a programmer, but to me being a hacker is about doing what you love and doing it creatively.
Jeremy Zawodny : phil on great hackers - phil on great hackers: controversy
Paul Hammond : Great Hackers - There's no way around it: you can't manage a process intended to produce beautiful things without knowing what beautiful is#
28/06/2004 @ 02:55 UTC
jkottke : kottke.org has been redesigned
anildash : kottke redesigns - introducing "black text on a white background" to the blog world
Andy Baio : Kottke redesigns - new homepage, tour, and archives
Ethan Marcotte : Kottke redesigns - Less is lovely.
Tom Coates : Rationale and background for Jason Kottke's redesign - Rationale and background for Jason Kottke's redesign
tehu : kottke.org redesign (kottke.org) - Two years to produce the same green. Did I miss something ?
Dan Cederholm : Kottke redesign - Still the best weblog out there.
Richard Rutter : kottke.org redesign - It’s spare, not flashy, and looks a lot like the old design. (filed under Design thinking).
Tomas Jogin : Kottke.org redesigned - The master of simplicity strikes again.
Paul Hammond : kottke.org redesign (kottke.org) - you're probably thinking it's not much to look at#
16/06/2004 @ 19:04 UTC
Erik Benson : A well-written essay on a topic that ends up being pretty obvious - I do like all the Microsoft history folklore that's included
kellan : "Windows developers added special code that checked if SimCity was running, and if so ran the memory allocator in a special mode." - I would *never* buy an operating system from someone who thought that was a good idea. #
anildash : How Microsoft Lost the API War - hey, joel's really good at this stuff
Andy Baio : Joel on How Microsoft Lost the API War - still catching up on my links since Baby Day [via]
Paul Hammond : Joel on Software - How Microsoft Lost the API War - The new API is HTML, and the new winners in the application development marketplace will be the people who can make HTML sing
Simon Willison : Joel on Software - How Microsoft Lost the API War - Read it through for a fascinating conclusion.
Kayode Okeyode : How Microsoft Lost the API War
Richard MacManus : Joel Spolsky on Microsoft's desktop API strategy - "The new API is HTML". Great essay on why browser apps are winning the war against rich clients.
Tomas Jogin : Joel on Software - How Microsoft Lost the API War - Fantastic, astonishingly insightful article by Joel Spolsky. If you only read one article about software this year...#
5/06/2004 @ 05:00 UTC
Andy Baio : Anil gets in the Nigritude Ultramarine game - the contest has revealed the deepest secrets of the SEO scumbags
anildash : Nigritude Ultramarine - in which Anil whores himself out for an iPod
jkottke : Nigritude Ultramarine
Steve Cook : Nigritude Ultramarine - Anil Dash wants an iPod real bad, and somewhere the ghost of Bernard Shaw is prepared to offer him tuppence and haggle over the price.
Isofarro : Nigritude Ultramarine - I'd rather Anil Dash win an IPod than a blog spammer
deusx : Nigritude Ultramarine - "Do me a favor: Link to this post with the phrase Nigritude Ultramarine."
Adam Gessaman : Nigritude Ultramarine - /me is a horrible follower.
dionidium : Nigritude Ultramarine - Helping Anil Dash win the DarkBlue, Search Guild SEO contest.
Ethan Marcotte : Nigritude Ultramarine - I really don't have enough ultramarine in my life.
Tom Coates : For Anil and because SEO by spamming is just plain wrong: Nigritude Ultramarine#
11/05/2004 @ 06:00 UTC
Andy Baio : Official Google blog by Ev -
dionidium : Google Blog - They were working on a weblog after all.
Adam Gessaman : Official Google Blog - Let the product pimpage begin.
jkottke : The official Google weblog - The official Google weblog (Authors are anonymous?)
Tom Coates : The Official Googleblog!
Graham Leuschke : Google Blog - I'll just let this one stand in for all the other things I could have been linking instead of climbing rocks
François Hodierne : Google Blog
Paul Hammond : Google Blog - What Larry had for breakfast
Tomas Jogin : Google Blog - You don't want to miss this one.
Richard Rutter : Google Blog - Mostly anonymous blogging from the Googleplex. (filed under Google). [via kottke.org]
Philippe Janvier : Google Blog - Et maintenant un blog officiel !
Kayode Okeyode : Google has a weblog
Simon Willison : Google Blog - Currently lacking a human voice (no name on some posts). Let's hope they fix that. (via)
Cameron Marlow : Official Google blog - First post by Ev, not apparent who the authors will be#
10/05/2004 @ 07:00 UTC
Andy Baio : Doug Bowman on the Blogger redesign - it's hard to compete with free done well [via]
jkottke : Doug Bowman on the Blogger redesign - Doug Bowman on the Blogger redesign (The "publish thoughts, get feedback, find people" explanation of blogging on the front page of the site is as good as I've seen anywhere.)
Jon Hicks : Blogger redesign - Read Doug Bowman's report on the redesign process of Blogger, Fascinating stuff...
François Hodierne : The New Blogger - vu par Douglas Bowman. Voir aussi
Philippe Janvier : The New Blogger - He done it again. Must read !
Mark Pilgrim : the new blogger - the designer speaks
Paul Hammond : Stopdesign | The New Blogger - we focused on making the Blogger brand and interface much more friendly and approachable
phil : Stopdesign | The New Blogger - Doug Bowman on redesigning Blogger.
Tom Coates : Wonderful article on designing the new Blogger site with Adaptive Path and StopDesign
Kayode Okeyode : Bowman on the Blogger redesign
Simon Willison : Stopdesign | The New Blogger - Doug helped redesign Blogger: this is his write-up.
Richard MacManus : Stopdesign describes design process for the new Blogger - Complete with obligatory IE whinges ;-)#
29/04/2004 @ 17:00 UTC
Andy Baio : 300 icons from 1800 sites - comparing arrows, posts, mail, and more [via]
jkottke : Collected icons for arrows, printing, comments, permalinks, email, etc.
anildash : images for arrows, posts, comments, etc. - fascinating to see all the little variations on these themes
Nelson Minar : Icon survey - 300 Images From 1800 Sites (via Waxy)
Paul Hammond : 300 Images From 1800 Sites - It's for Brainstorming, if you will
Dan Cederholm : 300 images from 1800 sites - A collection of arrows, bullets and other icons. Don't steal them! I recognize several. via kottke.org
dionidium : 300 Images From 1800 Sites - "Iconesque web images"
Tom Coates : 300 images from 1800 sites
deusx : 300 Images From 1800 Sites
Will Pate : 300 images - Comparing website icons.
Richard Rutter : 300 icons from 1800 sites - (filed under Information design). [via Widgetopia]
veen : 300 Images From 1800 Sites - The little UI bits that pepper our sites.
cameron : 300 Images From 1800 Sites#
20/04/2004 @ 21:00 UTC
Andy Baio : Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo - when I switch from Eudora, it'll likely be to Thunderbird
François Hodierne : Mozilla Thunderbird's new logo - the design process
dionidium : Jon Hicks's notes on designing the new Thunderbird logo - He's quite a talented artist.
Kayode Okeyode : Mozilla Thunderbird's New Logo - Mozilla Thunderbird's New Logo
Rod Begbie : hicksdesign :: Thunderbird - The new Thunderbird icon. Almost lovelier than the gorgeous Firefox one!
Dan Cederholm : Jon Hicks strikes again - Another beautiful icon, this time for Mozilla's email client, Thunderbird.
Simon Willison : // hicksdesign :: Thunderbird - New Thunderbird logo to accompany the Firefox one. I like it. (via)
deusx : // hicksdesign :: Thunderbird - "Following on from the branding of Firefox, comes the new logo for MozillaÃ¢Â€Â™s email client, Thunderbird."
Tom Coates : Beautiful new Thunderbird logo (but the app does not appeal to me at all)
Mark Pilgrim : branding thunderbird - more great work from the branding masters#
20/03/2004 @ 02:00 UTC
Erik Benson : TypeKey: whoop there it is! - I'm curious to see how many of the talkr.net features they'll be implementing, and then whether or not I should still build it.
Andy Baio : Typekey, central authentication for blog comments - not limited to MovableType blogs, either [via]
cobra libre : typekey: single signon for weblogs, etc. - could be good, could be bad
anildash : an introduction to TypeKey - we've built an entire service just so people developing cool things don't have to build login systems
jkottke : TypeKey, authentication services for weblogs - TypeKey, authentication services for weblogs (I wonder if you could hack MT 3.0 to use Flickr for authentication instead...)
Dan Cederholm : TypeKey - Free comment authentication from Six Apart
Adam Gessaman : TypeKey -- just the basics - I guess it’ll be a race to see who can secure the username ‘adam’ first. Please Santa SixApart, let it be me.
Mark Pilgrim : typekey - knowing ben, i bet it's a friendly layer on top of pgp
Paul Hammond : TypeKey - a free, open system providing a central identity that anyone can use to log in and post comments on blogs and other web sites
François Hodierne : TypeKey - Les services d'authentification, nouvel eldorado ?#
8/01/2004 @ 19:00 UTC
Andy Baio : Weblog shrinky-dinks - my blog is longer than your blog
Jeremy Zawodny : weblog snapshots
gleuschk : itsy-bitsy teeny-weeny weblogs - mine's longer than yours
Ethan Marcotte : Blog snapshots - Maybe taken for no particular reason, but entertaining stuff.
Anil Dash : i have a short weblog - sippey's taken some cool-looking pictures of a couple of weblogs, including mine
Wayne Burkett : Weblog snapshots - Linked and created for no particular reason
Jeff Veen : weblog snapshots - It's an honor just to be nominated.
Tom Coates : Sippey's snapshots of weblogs circa Jan 2004 - Sippey's snapshots of weblogs circa Jan 2004
Paul Hammond : weblog snapshots - for no particular reason
Erik Benson : 10 weblog shrinky dinks--they look so nice together like this - +
Philippe Janvier : Weblog snapshots - "For no particular reason". Where's mine :)#