More brilliance from Aaron - code to backup and make a lovely standalone site out of your Instagram photos.
Yeah, this I think. There is creepiness around the app but, also, I can use my *eyes* to *see* girls around me but not many people are suggesting we put out our eyes or make all women hide themselves when out in public.
I have no plans to use this stuff, but it seems good, so if I bookmark it, it’s as good as learned!
What it says in the title. “The API is loosely based on Flash’s display list, and should be easy to pick up for both JS and AS3 developers.”
Very good. If she’s done nothing wrong, she’s got nothing to hide, so there should be no problem, so they say. (via @gwire)
Every time I catch up on Twitter or RSS I can barely keep up with the amazing stuff, never mind investigate it further. Good work everyone.
@mattsheret Oh, no, silly me, is it taken from an intertitle in ‘Safety Last’?
@mattsheret Ooh, I can guess this one! Is it from ‘The Maltese Falcon’?!
The Google glasses video would be so much more interesting if it was through the eyes of, say, an 80-year-old. youtu.be/9c6W4CCU9M4
@revdancatt Have Google gamified Analytics yet?
@iamdanw You’re tuned to Ceefax+1. Re-tune and the clock will fix itself.
@secretbean But, after I’d made her cry, I’d have brightened the mood with, “But I can eat all the sweets I like and stay up late!”
@secretbean If she wasn’t with her father I may have broken character and told her The Truth about adult life. The horror, the horror!
@DeanVipond You’re so lucky! Do you get to watch spinning beachballs too? Do you? Do you?!
@tedmills That reads like it was written by a 1985-era computer that was programmed with grammar and rhymes, but no sense.
Interior, Barbican, Lift. Young female child: Are you going to work on your computer? Me: (Quiet sigh.) (Then, falsely happy) Yes, I am!
imagine everything that is wrong about android phones and UIs & Google privacy and then strap it to the front of your face
James Cameron walks into a bar. Ten years later, James Cameron walks back into the same bar... IN 3-D!