I skipped this link the first couple of times seeing it, but I’m glad I finally looked. Amazing, stunning amounts of development, largely uninhabited. (via BERG)
I made a playlist of all of the albums and tracks Simon Reynolds liked most from 2010. Well, those I could find on Spotify, around 50%.
A lovely and interesting email from TfL. I love how historic numbers are maintained/adapted. It’s the kind of thing that has no direct benefit to a company’s profit, but it makes the world a better place.
Long article about what happens to peoples’ online lives after they die. Good stuff, although I find so many companies’ focus on safeguarding passwords odd; it doesn’t seem like the big problem in this area. (via Haddock)
Looks fascinating - a PHP/MySQL project you can install which then grabs your Twitter and Facebook network info and processes and graphs it al. (via Preoccupations)
Rory Hyde Projects / Blog » Blog Archive » ‘Know No Boundaries’: an interview with Matt Webb of BERG London
Nice interview with Webb about design and BERG and stuff. (via Preoccupations)
I love it when I switch back to a page in iPad Safari and it reloads, erasing the long post I'd written in an Ask Metafilter form.
Cake-guilt is going to force me to go for the swim I didn't have this morning because I was too sleepy.
@jennylg What browser were you using? Or shouldn't you say? :)
Is it possible to eat too much cake? Only one way to find out. It's been nice knowing you.
@invisiblecomma I've already done all those searches, but thanks anyway :)
I promised Nick Clegg I'd buy him an amazing birthday present but... well, it was only a promise, never mind Nick.
Spotify playlist of all of Simon Reynolds' best of 2010 that I could find. Many gaps, but still: http://bit.ly/f7HbTn
@pixellent @moleitau Could you see through walls?
If Quora follow notifications are an indication of how many friends and strangers are interested in you… more is better! Stop complaining!