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30 July 2008

Links

  1. Dotcode’s bookmarks tagged with “scrolling” on del.icio.us

    A handy collection. For some reason (some) clients and (some) designers are the only people in the world who can’t work scrollbars.

  2. Cool Tool: Best home chemistry lab book

    Sounds like fun! In theory. In reality I never used the chemistry set I had as a kid much, so maybe not.

  3. Times Higher Education - All the privileged must have prizes

    About teaching at Harvard and the sense of entitlement the kids there have. (via Kottke)

  4. The American Scholar - The Disadvantages of an Elite Education - By William Deresiewicz

    Great measured rant about what Ivy League educated kids are missing out on. (via Kottke)

  5. Seth’s Blog: Advice for authors

    More advice for when you’re having a book published.

  6. Secrets of book publishing I wish I had known - Good Experience

    Nice clear description of having a book published. Even if you have a publisher, you’re on your own. (via Kottke)

  7. Economics of POW Camp

    Fascinating description of the bartering network in World War II Prisoner of War camps. (via Kottke)

Tweets

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Being in Paris doing nothing is very nice, but I feel a bit out of it and that I should be at home near the roundabout with everyone else.

  • philgyford’s avatar

    31 degrees is officially too hot to do anything remotely active. Going to sit in Parisian shade and read until the day cools off.