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11 November 2011

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  1. Rip it up! « Matthew Sheret

    As we tweeted yesterday, I really liked those chapters. For me, the bits that didn’t quite fit were…

Links

  1. Sycorax: Bring Fictional Characters to Life on Twitter

    “Sycorax is a Twitter client, written in Python, that choreographs the online behavior of fictional characters.” Very nice. Introduces slight randomness, characters interacting, etc. (via Infovore)

  2. Wstonesoxfordst · Storify

    The collected tweets of @wstonesoxfordst. ‘The Bookshop of Babel’ was quite fun.

  3. straup/parallel-flickr @ GitHub

    Wonderful. Aaron Straup Cope’s project to allow a self-hosted mirror of your Flickr photos, with all their data, permissions and same-structure URLs. (via Waxy)

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    @tomtaylor I think ‘Power of Love’ was a Drivetime highlight a few weeks ago too. Good move.

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    @tedmills Good luck! And I sympathise with the pain of moving.

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    @csi_popmusic Not really just “snobs”... seems to be used, for ex., by Tea Party folks to refer to what they see as hoodwinked Obama lovers.

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    Maybe they should trade in their company's rooftop vegetable garden and beehives FOR SOME WATCHES.

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    That is, I'll leave when the Wolff Olins people stop overrunning with their talk about what a lovely world-saving family they are.

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    About to head home early. Some interesting talks, but too much listening, not enough doing. Fingers getting twitchy. Must do.

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    Talking for 45 minutes when you've got a 30 minute slot is just plain rude.

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    @pixellent Some of that but plenty of tangents and stories and thoughts and jokes too. Still nervous though.

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    @pixellent (Consider that one @ you.)

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    Vaughan Oliver was ace. Lovely work, funny chap, very down to earth, and finishing with a David Sylvian-soundtracked slideshow. #sbfcritical

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    @tedmills Where are you moving?

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    Both the 20 and 40 year old mes are excited to be about to hear Vaughan Oliver talk about his work. lockerz.com/s/155141424

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