Links from November 2004
- Links for 1 November 2004
- The Trac Project - Trac
- Python-based bug-tracking wiki thing that uses Subversion and sounds good which I don't need now but will forget the name of when I need it if I don't link to it now.
- CVSTrac - A Web-Based Bug And Patch-Set Tracking System For CVS
- Original CVS-based version of the aforementioned Subversion-based Trac.
- Links for 3 November 2004
- Mac OS X app for removing un-needed language files, if you forgot to disable them when installing the system. Saved myself a few hundred MB.
- BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Music | 'I thought Peel would live forever'
- Paul Morley on John Peel.
- Designing for Civil Society: Promoting regeneration? First listen to your critic
- Jonathan Glancey on regeneration.
- Frank's Compulsive Guide to Postal Addresses
- Seinfeld Virtual Tour
- Illusions shattered
- Centre Point, 101 New Oxford Street, London, West End, London - photos, history and background
- Be sure to follow the little link to read the history of the site's planning permission.
- Links for 4 November 2004
- Daily Mirror: How can 59,054,087 people be so DUMB?
- Well, you have to wonder. Something in the water? Cosmic rays? 59,054,087 radio receivers embedded in fillings?
- Links for 5 November 2004
- Shirky: Group as User: Flaming and the Design of Social Software
- Worth reading even if it only included this quote:
- Links for 7 November 2004
- Flickr: Forums - FlickrIdeas - referer tracking
- What I really want to see on Flickr.
- Links for 8 November 2004
- RFC: PHP's PEAR Broken in 10.3?
- How to get PEAR to work in Mac OS X. Easy when you know how.
- Entropy.ch Discussion Forums :: View topic - Some notes how to get PEAR working
- Previous solution threw errors when I tried to install packages... get the entropy.ch version of PHP and use these instructions to get PEAR working.
- Links for 10 November 2004
- Amazing X-ray images of trucks and cars.
- Links for 11 November 2004
- Application Development: Install PEAR on a shared Web host
- This'll be remarkably useful, assuming it works.
- Flickr: Photos from anniem
- Want to buy a house in central Houston? Buy Annie's! Looks lovely.
- The Bookshelf - City Comforts - David Sucher
- Ted on a book and author I hadn't heard of, but it sounds good.
- Links for 12 November 2004
- Kula: 1001
- Blahgger: I Haven't Forgotten, And We Will Never Forget.
- Steve Gedikian of Nullsoft on what it's like to sell your little company to a big one.
- Panic - Extras - The True Story of Audion
- Cabel Sasser on the story of developing Audion and the emergence of iTunes. A long but great read.
- NeXT Screenshot
- Steve Jobs introduces you to
- Original Remote Controls UK
- Now that's a niche market.
- Links for 13 November 2004
- MacNETv2 - The Music Man ? King Of The Pirates Has A Goal ? Own It All!
- Interview with a man who's downloaded 900,000 tunes to save them for posterity, and kind of echoes my view of
- Links for 18 November 2004
- Piefecta - A superb 3-col tableless layout
- For future reference.
- Links for 19 November 2004
- ifo Apple Store - Regent Street Grand Opening!
- I despair of humanity. Idiots fly around the world to sleep on the street for the opening of a shop.
- Talking Up a Storm, Again: Ethan and Julie in Before Sunset
- Links for 20 November 2004
- JiffyBill.com: Send And Receive Itemized Bills Online
- For sorting out who owes who how much and reminding them to pay.
- Links for 21 November 2004
- The How and the Tao of Folk Guitar free online edition
- Creative Commons licensed free book on how to play the guitar. It may be time to finally buy a printer...
- Links for 22 November 2004
- Boing Boing: Full-back HTML tattoo
- If you were going to go to all that trouble why not use CSS rather than duff 'align' tags? Not man enough to take the extra characters?
- Weekly Piracy Report
- What it says. More real than men with wooden legs and parrots.
- Newsdesigner.com: SUCH A FINE SIGHT TO SEE
- Collection of eagles from the banners of US newspapers' election editions.
- Actually, the whole site looks great. Any weblog with a post about the LA Times introducting vertical rules into their 1-pica gutters gets my vote.
- Links for 24 November 2004
- B3TA : INTERVIEWS : WINNER OR SINNER
- The loudhailer man on Oxford Street.
- Product Reviews and Reports by Consumer Search - ConsumerSearch.com
- Aggregates reviews of products. Nice
- Links for 25 November 2004
- Computing for Emergent Architecture: Procedural Urban Modelling
- Links for 26 November 2004
- Transmutable: 93 Photo Street
- Free software for publishing web pages of location-based photos.
- Links for 27 November 2004
- Using CSS to highlight a page's current
- (Posted ages ago but the date got mangled while importing to del.icio.us)
- Links for 29 November 2004
- ARCUS SOFTWARE - CityGuide3D London
- Something I linked to a while back, but now rescued from the comment to a link on its own.