Links from July 2005
- Links for 1 July 2005
- Trains :: NYC High Line, 02/2004 (kottke.org)
- I love the subtle navigation on Jason's new photo library pages.
- Google Maps - 30.209688,47.394472
- Burning oil fields in Iraq from a satellite photo. Zoom in. Amazing.
- AoG.2y.net -> Children's drawings in the subway!
- Korean schoolchildren's nasty anti-Japan drawings.
- David Foster Wallace - Commencement Speech at Kenyon University
- Basically, "learn to think for yourself." (And the page is crying out for more leading.)
- Links for 4 July 2005
- Links for 5 July 2005
- Blacktree - Forums - View topic - Doesn't work under 10.4
- Yay, new version of iTunes-BPM which works under Tiger (helps you set the BPM of tracks by clicking in time).
- BBC - Radio 3 - Mixing It - 8 July 2005
- Brian Eno will be interviewed on Mixing It this Friday.
- Links for 6 July 2005
- BBC Sport | London beats Paris to 2012 Games
- Bugger. If only there was some way one could opt out of paying for this nonsense, or put my money toward something actually useful.
- Van Gogh - Starry Night - Gigapixel Image - Photomosaic
- Wow, that is impressive. Haven't seen a photomosaic that detailed before.
- Building Enterprise Web Apps on a Budget - How We Built Flickr
- Now coming to London... very tempted...
- Links for 7 July 2005
- Wage Slaves from 1UP.COM
- I'm always amazed by this kind of stuff: people paid peanuts in Asia to earn money in computer games (via Yoz).
- Six Apart ProNet Articles - yDSF - Robust CSS Drop Shadows
- May give it a whirl sometime. (via Yoz again)
- Links for 8 July 2005
- Monket Calendar - Wiki - monket.net
- Lovely PHPy and Ajaxy calendar interface. Mmmm, the web's getting nice.
- Links for 18 July 2005
- Links for 19 July 2005
- One month of speed reading [Tesugen]
- Weblog post. To read later. Quickly.
- Speed Reading, Reading Improvement and Assessment - AceReader Software by StepWare, Inc.
- I read annoyingly slowly.
- B3TA : Features : How to Poach an Egg
- I tried the cling-film method last night - worked, although it's a little tricky to extract the egg intact.
- Links for 21 July 2005
- Complete Wikipedia on your handheld or notebook in TomeRaider format
- Oooh... another reason to upgrade my Palm. (via Chris)
- Links for 25 July 2005
- Super simple clearing floats - Anne
- Links for 26 July 2005
- BBC News | Technology | Uproar grows over GTA sex scenes
- Sex scenes require a *higher* rating than blasting innocent people with a variety of weapons!? Weird Americans. (via Anne Galloway)
- Josh Kaufman: Inside My Bald Head: The Personal MBA 40
- I love stuff like this, The Books You Must Read for any particular field. Business, in this case. (via Kottke)
- The economics of movie popcorn pricing (kottke.org)
- See my two comments... so I don't lose those links again (the rest of the page is by weird popcorn-eating people).
- Pepys' Diary: In-depth articles
- We just started a new section of the Pepys' Diary site. Hopefully there will be more lengthy articles to come...
- Links for 27 July 2005
- Open-source, distributed processing, free version of Browsercam. Probably more interesting than useful. At the moment.
- Tom Mangan's Fun With Google Maps
- Google Maps - Salton City, California
- The road layout of an American town founded in the 1950s, which failed to develop. (via Google Sightseeing)
- Blinksale | The easiest way to send invoices online
- Nice Basecamp-esque web service with a meaningless name I'll forget. So I'd better link to it. (via Foe)
- Links for 28 July 2005
- Anil Dash: Pay By The Hour
- How to tell if you're not charging enough for your freelance work. I'm bad at this.
- Links for 29 July 2005
- Little Nybbles of Development Wisdom
- Some handy tips about coding, systems and organising companies. (via Yoz)
- Rootburn: Pressure Connections
- Maybe we need something like A Month Of Unsubscribing - unsub from one RSS feed a day for a month. As a start. (via 2lmc)