Links from January 2005
- Links for 1 January 2005
- Essex History | Metafilter
- My almost-ten-years-old Domesday Witham site got Metafiltered.
- Links for 2 January 2005
- LRB | Michael Byers : On Thinning Ice
- Good, but thoroughly depressing. We're going to die. Or our children are.
- Ergonomics Society: resources - products and services links
- Would be better if the precious few UK ones were more obvious, but still handy.
- Tall Persons Club GB & Ireland
- There's a club for everyone.
- Links for 4 January 2005
- BBC Radio Streams
- Direct links to streams to avoid the rarely-working-in-Mac-Firefox Audio on Demand pop-up.
- A Decade of Webdesign
- Or "A Decade of Bad Webdesign"? Near-illegible text and it's impossible to tell what is and isn't a link.
- David Raynes: Workflow 0.5
- Movable Type plugin that lets you transfer ownership of an entry. Early days, sounds good so far.
- Links for 5 January 2005
- The Linux Consultancy - Technical Information
- Two wonderfully clear tutorials on PEAR's HTML_QuickForm and Smarty (PHP stuff).
- Links for 7 January 2005
- Bloggerheads (UK) - Jerry Springer, the BBC, Mediawatch UK, and those f**king c**ts at The Sun
- Wonderful deconstruction of the insane rabid Christians' and tabloids' mindless campaign. The ironies keep on coming.
- Nashville (1975)
- Saw this for the first time last night... godlike genius. On at the NFT until 19th January.
- Mezzoblue - DHTML '05
- Benefits and drawbacks of Map.Search.ch's impressive DHTML map of Switzerland which uses XMLHttpRequest a la Google Suggest.
- Links for 10 January 2005
- BBC - CBBC - Grange Hill
- A new series, the 28th, starts this afternoon. Hurrah!
- House Prices (actual prices paid) in England, Scotland and Wales- MyHousePrice.com
- Find out how much individual properties sold for a few months ago, for a pound per property.
- Paranoidfish.org/notes/ : Subverting my weblog
- Putting your home directory into Subversion (for keeping revisions of all the changes you make to files).
- Links for 11 January 2005
- Starck with Oregon Scientific
- If they included a DAB radio, instead of AM/FM, I'd be positively drooling.
- Links for 12 January 2005
- United States Geological Survey Digital Data Series DDS-21
- Lovely public domain photos. Why do the old black and white ones look better than the new colour ones?
- LondonFreeList - free and nearly free in London
- Ongoing and daily events of many different kinds (lectures, readings, films, festivals, etc).
- Links for 13 January 2005
- Grange Hill Online - Mersey TV Pulls Plug on GH Online
- Copyright issues beset the world of Grange Hill fandom.
- Links for 16 January 2005
- City Lit, Ways into text 1, the centre for adult learning
- Currently the most thrilling, satisfying and emotional three hours of my week.
- Links for 19 January 2005
- The Ward-O-Matic: The Polar Express: A Virtual Train Wreck (conclusion)
- Interesting, fun post about computer modelling of humans for animation.
- Flickr: Archive of gac's photos posted to Flickr on 19th January 2005
- Gregory Carafelli's beautifully simple photos of the Delaware River at dawn.
- Memorial Tiling on Flickr - Photo Sharing!
- If you've seen the film 'Closer'... it's really there! (But don't look if you haven't - spoiler!)
- Links for 21 January 2005
- Theatre notes
- Weblog by an Australian theatre critic.
- TheatreVOICE :: opinion, debate, argument, reviews; word of mouth about theatre in London and beyond
- Dumb Flash-heavy theatre site whose content I can't even be bothered to find.
- Encore Theatre Magazine
- Theatre-oriented weblog by a bunch of anonymous "writers, directors, actors, designers, administrators, theatregoers".
- My London life
- Weblog of Paul Miller, theatre director, currently recounting the rehearsals of a play in Tokyo.
- The perils of using XHTML properly | 456 Berea Street
- Things to watch out for when doing stuff in XHTML.
- Recent Web Accessibility Articles - :: WATS.ca
- Some handy articles on developing accessibly.
- Links for 22 January 2005
- Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | G2: Leo Benedictus profiles the immigrant communities of London
- At bottom of page: related articles and particularly fabulous maps of the city by ethnicity and religion...
- Links for 23 January 2005
- Db.etree.org - The Traders Database
- Looking beyond the swamp of Phish and Grateful Dead, this looks interesting - trading recordings of live music.
- Links for 24 January 2005
- Drury Lane, The Producers | London Theatre Guide
- I didn't laugh much, but worth it for the climax of 'Springtime for Hitler' alone.
- Typophile Forums: The fonts of 2004
- Rest of the forum is no doubt fascinating too. If only there was the time...
- Links for 25 January 2005
- Squashed Philosophers- Condensed Plato Aristotle Augustine Descartes Hume Marx Freud Copernicus Hobbes Sartre Ayer Sade Wittgenstein Einstein
- Ooh, fantastic. Not that I'll even get round to reading the squashed versions. Bah.
- Links for 28 January 2005
- Boing Boing: Romantic and sex relation structure of high school students
- Juicy network diagrams.
- Houstonpress.com | Love It, Fear It | 2005-01-27
- A play in London with a segment about a Brit finding Houston weird. I'm so going.
- Links for 31 January 2005
- NewtVNC: VNC for the Newton
- Been meaning to get round to trying this for ages now.
- Many-to-Many: Finding Mavens in Usenet
- Hot social network analysis action.
- HOW-TO: Turn your Mac mini into a media center - Engadget - www.engadget.com
- As the comments say: pointless, bandwagon-jumping use of a Mac Mini that will be hidden in another room.
- PBS | I, Cringely . Archived Column - Dethroning King Gillette
- Robert X. Cringely (and correspondents) on the Mac Mini and where it could lead.