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24 October 2011

Writing

  1. One dimensional news

    Looking back at my Today’s Guardian site, after using it for a while. And identifying a problem all digital news design seems to have.

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Links

  1. jQuery.fracs · larsjung.de

    A library for dealing with objects that extend beyond the viewport - how much is visible, where it is, etc.

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  • philgyford’s avatar

    I'm enjoying Thom Yorke's 6Mix. That's all. indiemp3blog.com/2011/10/thom-y…

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    @ianbetteridge That is quite special isn't it. I always thought drumming circles were a terrible thing, only enjoyed by their participants.

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    At least the police presence on Finsbury Square might stop all the cyclists going the wrong way, or on the pavement, on its south side.

    Westminster, England, United Kingdom

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    @tobybarnes Also I’m coming from the perspective of wanting to read lots of news, rather than browsing, which seems to be Flipboard’s forté.

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    @tobybarnes I never got the hang of Flipboard... too many things I wasn’t interested in or had seen elsewhere. Maybe I should try again?

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    I wrote a look back at my Today’s Guardian site, and the fundamental design problems it shares with all digital news: gyford.com/phil/writing/2…

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    @jonathan_fry Thanks! The diary text is from Project Gutenberg, the same as I use on pepysdiary.com