Links from September 2004
- Links for 6 September 2004
- Brochure for my 1 bed flat in Hackney (PDF)
- Want to buy a flat in a cool art deco building? More details to follow shortly.
- Links for 7 September 2004
- Analysis of an artificial meme - nodalpoint.org
- Graphs showing how a meme spread through websites.
- History flow
- Yummy visualisations of how Wikipedia pages change over time (look in the Gallery).
- Mac OS X Finder plugin providing an interface to Subversion (and one day, CVS). In case I ever need it.
- How to be rich and famous
- As Webb said,
- Sparkly Trainers | The travels of Mary Loosemore: Heavenly Herefordshire
- What I did on my summer holidays.
- Links for 8 September 2004
- Tricks of the Trade
- New weblog. Brilliant!
- Links for 9 September 2004
- 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.
- Links for 12 September 2004
- 43 Folders - A bunch of tricks, hacks
- Loving this weblog about being organised, particularly using OS X. Makes me feel like a woolly-minded scatterbrain by comparison.
- Bryan Boyer's Japan Strips
- Lovely vertical photos (click to see another).
- TeledyN: Living with Webservices
- How might services like Flickr, Del.icio.us and others link together better?
- Links for 13 September 2004
- Sunrise over London - a photoset on Flickr
- Some lovely shots with little landmarks.
- Francis is - What is Burning Man?
- Francis' first Burning Man. Nice, to the point, description of the indescribable.
- Links for 15 September 2004
- The London Noise Map
- Click through to the 'Interactive London Noise Map'. I'm speechless.
- From geek to chef - megnut.com
- Excellent. I keep a mental list of people who have given up full-time computers for
- Links for 16 September 2004
- Unsweet - Last night Hurricane Ivan slammed the crap out of ...
- Good to hear Genny's folks are OK, even though
- Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | 'He's just sleeping, I kept telling myself'
- Note to self: Next election, print this out and read it in the voting booth before making my mark.
- Links for 17 September 2004
- The New York Times
- And maybe, if you're over there, you can print this out and take it with you when you go to vote.
- Links for 20 September 2004
- Phil Gyford on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
- Sorry, another photo of me at Matt and Fiona's wedding, but I love this dark one.
- Phil arrives at the wedding reception on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
- Me in a suit
- Sparkly Trainers | The travels of Mary Loosemore: We've exchanged!
- Phew, finally.
- Links for 21 September 2004
- The Living Room Candidate
- Awesomely comprehensive collection of US presidential campaign TV adverts from 1952 to 2004 (doesn't seem to work in Firefox).
- Links for 22 September 2004
- Flickr: Tags in the Fiona and Matt's Wedding Pool
- Flickr keeps finding new ways to tickle my
- cityofsound: The Elephant Vanishes, Barbican, London
- Dan's right, this was stunning. Like a live action performance of the most dreamy and complex music video you've ever seen.
- Office Photos ~ 1830s-1880s
- Photos of old offices.
- Links for 23 September 2004
- gladwell dot com / The Ketchup Conundrum
- Ooh, I read this in Borders a few weeks ago - interesting stuff about why some things (like Coke/Pepsi) taste
- Flickr photo tool has it all and more
- Why Flickr is better than any other online photo library site.
- Links for 26 September 2004
- Guardian Unlimited Books | Review | Acting out
- Looking at how we react quicker physically than emotionally, and applying that to acting.
- Folksongs of America: The Gordon Collection: American Folklife Center
- MP3s of music recorded onto wax cylinders in the 1920s with lyrics and extensive liner notes.
- Ninja Tune free music downloads, free video downloads @zonicweb.net
- A big bunch of tunes by Ninja Tunes folk for free download (MP3, Real and Windows Media).
- Links for 28 September 2004
- Bob Regan : Accessibility - Getting Designers to do Flash accessibility
- Links for 29 September 2004
- Which? - Expert advice from an independent source
- Brand new Which? site - I did some of the HTML/CSS. It looks nice.
- Links for 30 September 2004
- IE Doubled Float-Margin Bug - CSS fixes and workarounds
- Because I keep hitting this bug and keep forgetting how to work around it.