Links from July 2007
- Links for Sunday 15 July 2007
- Starting out: Creatives clued in to 'Generation C' | Small Business | Business | Money | Telegraph
- Schulze & Webb getting some press coverage. I can't even imagine what Matt and Jack will be doing in years to come.
- The Time When, which I built as an prototype for the BBC, has now been re-done internally as Memoryshare.
- Mucho Mas: the finest hand-rolled burritos - new Mexican restaurant in Islington, London
- Yay, opening on Upper Street in August. I also need to check out the Mexican place on Exmouth Market.
- Flickr: rawprints' photos tagged with waltononthenaze
- Some awesome shots of Walton-on-the-Naze (and other places if you click around). Inspiring for next time I go there.
- Runstoppable Running Log
- Nice looking free set of tools for runners: mileage of your route, logging, statistics, elevation graphs, sharing, groups.
- Infovore » The CSS Redundancy Checker
- Checks your CSS file for all the selectors that aren't used in the list of HTML files or URLs you feed it. Clever Tom.
- Introducing templatemaker | Holovaty.com
- Python thing. Point it at some HTML files and it will make a template with holes for the unique strings in the pages. (via Daring Fireball)
- Links for Friday 20 July 2007
- How Top Bloggers Earn Money
- I'm fascinated by people making decent amounts of money from this stuff, particularly when it happens almost accidentally. (via Daring Fireball)
- Tong Family Blog: Lame switches
- Modern equivalents for LAME switches (I've been using '--alt-preset standard' all this time).
- Almost identical to iTunes-LAME, except it works. And with a newer version of LAME. What I'm now using.
- StuMoD - freight train of wit and cleverosity
- NMP3 Ripper is another alternative for encoding MP3s using LAME, but I haven't tried it.
- Max from sbooth.org
- Blacktree's iTunes-LAME script for encoding MP3s with LAME malfunctions with recent versions of iTunes. Max is an alternative, but seems a bit overkill just for this job.
- LRB | Rosemary Hill : Keep Calm
- An account of the Co-operative Correspondence Club (early 20C women's letter-writing distribution network). Also rather moving as the century continues and the women age.
- Links for Friday 27 July 2007
- Company v Sole Trader > the tax comparison (£3,000 tax saving ?)
- Another comparison, with example figures for different levels of profit.
- Password Composer - generate unique passwords for web sites
- Sounds very nifty. Haven't tried it yet.
- Wahaca - Mexican market eating
- New Mexican place on Chandos Place in Covent Garden. Haven't been. Yet.
- Swear-engine from Ben Hammersley
- "An entire episode of Deadwood, with everything but the swearing taken out." Even more than I expected. I miss Deadwood.
- Using a Company to Save Tax
- Very handy guide to the pros and cons of sole trader vs limited company. Better at explaining things than my accountant and well worth the cash.