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24 January 2008

Writing

  1. Félix Fénéon’s worthy material

    Félix Fénéon’s ‘Novels in Three Lines’ as great Twitter fodder, plus some other related eye-openers.

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Comments posted on other sites

  1. Barbican II on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

    These blocks aren’t really “council”… well, the landlord is the City of London, but all the flats…

Links

  1. MySociety » Travel-time maps

    Very, very tasty interactive London maps looking at travel times and house prices. (via Haddock)

  2. Melamed

    Some great illustrations by Victor Melamed. (via Drawn!)

  3. Associate Email Addresses with a Google Account

    I’ve wanted to do this for ages and didn’t know you could. So you can, for example, get your Google Groups messages sent to different email addresses. (via Technovia)

  4. Measuring Worth - Calculators

    Tools for calculating things like the current value of historical UK pounds or US dollars.

  5. LRB · Thomas Jones: Short Cuts

    “The best of the lot, though, is the diary of Samuel Pepys, which a web designer called Phil Gyford has been posting in daily instalments since 2003…” Hurrah!

  6. With friends like these … Tom Hodgkinson on the politics of the people behind Facebook | Technology | The Guardian

    Yes, all very well, but I’m guessing Hodgkinson hasn’t analysed the beliefs of the bosses of every company he has any interaction with, only the most attention-grabbing.

  7. The Believer - Interview with David Simon

    Creator-Writer-Producer of ‘The Wire’ interviewed by Nick Hornby. (via Kottke)

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Hating the way my mood is so tied to the state of my Mac. Annoying, slow, buggy, crashing PowerBook = grumpy Phil.