BuzzFeed’s strategy - Chris Dixon
“Many publisher sites … are Frankenstein products bolted together by a tech team that integrates other people’s products instead of building their own.” (via Kottke, bookmarking because I’ve needed it twice now)
@rooreynolds Ugh, unpleasant!
Awwww… The Cosy Fish Bar on Whitecross Street is closing down on Friday. All change.
Islington, England, United Kingdom
@gwire Yes, noticed that - I’d never seen a map come up that was (mostly) white until today! Once all the ice melts, problem solved!
Yay! A thing I made at BERG: RT @berglondon: New work: Guardian Headliner: "The newspaper that looks back at you…" berglondon.com/blog/2012/08/0…
@benbrown A lot of stats, data pulled from DB, some forms.
@benbrown I’m wary this job has to be done pretty quickly and the graphic design isn’t *that* important. So don’t want to reinvent too much.
@jaggeree Good to know, thanks!
@jaggeree Thanks. I think it’ll be necessary to make this one feel quite like a “proper” app, so jQueryMobile seemed to fit the bill.
Webdev folks: If you had to make a webapp frontend for an existing site, for iOS/Android… jQueryMobile? Anything else/better?
Isn’t this a still from ‘Some Mothers Do ‘Ave Em’? MT @gracedent: lockerz.com/s/230169185 Just Boris trapped on a zip wire in Vic Park.
The Olympics will be good for London businesses! MT @caitlinmoran: Anyone who's always fancied visiting London: it's deserted at the moment.
@paulpod You should design it along the lines of the Hayward’s current exhibition…
Saves me a tweet: RT @tomtaylor: "@philgyford, are you a python ninja?" "i'm more a python community support officer"
I counted one union jack swim cap, one union jack pair of goggles. Nutters.
Swimming pool way too busy this morning. Had to give up. Bloody Olympics; encouraging sport, inspiring generations.