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10 August 2010

Links

  1. My Cooking Diary - Granola bars

    Beautiful HTML/CSS/Javascript coverflow-like site that you’re better off looking at than me trying to describe. (via Daring Fireball)

  2. Yakuza 3 reviewed by Yakuza - Boing Boing

    As @revdancatt said, news organisations should do features with custom designs, like Boing Boing have done with this one. Lovely. Interesting. Doesn’t look like the front end to a database.

  3. My Large Google Maps tool

    Not pretty, but handy for drawing polylines and shapes on Google Maps and getting the coordinates.

Tweets

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    @paulpod I think there'll be space at BRIG.

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    @kassita On my way! Save some guac for me!

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    @ladykayaker Thanks Lisa - I'm glad you're enjoying @samuelpepys!

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    @ealvarezgibson Oops, replied to the wrong person, but I'm glad you're enjoying him all the same :)

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    @ealvarezgibson Thanks Lisa - I'm glad you're enjoying @samuelpepys!

  • philgyford’s avatar

    Used the rain as an excuse to stay home and prepare 2009/10's documents for the accountant. Now, to the office and beyond! Well, the office.

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    "What is your favourite line from Byron's 'Don Juan'?" "What does the role of the Fawcett Commission in the Second Boer War mean to you?"

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    "What does the smell of leylandii remind you of?" "If you could solve one global problem, what would it be?" "Who's that girl?"

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    @bensummers And are often harder to get exactly letter-for-letter correct.

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    @suegyford Don't tell me at all, because if it's different to what I wrote down it will confuse me and I'll never get my password back!

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    "What is the first film you watched at the cinema?" I don't know, I was five years old or something! "Your favourite food?" Please stop!

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    Frustrated by increasingly unanswerable security questions. "Who would you most like to meet?" "What's your favourite hobby?"