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Phil Gyford’s website
Awesomely detailed site about the Barbican as a place to live
Portsmouth’s Tricorn Centre will be demolished in March
Looks like it was built by Blakes 7 modelmakers. In a good(ish) way.
For three quid my life’s that tiny bit better
My postcode <--> latitude/longitude convertor still works
Free list mapping postcode areas to latitude/longitude
The most recent ‘Archive Hour’ on Radio 4 was a good one about the history of the Post Office
A List Apart on ‘faux columns’ in CSS. I was hoping for a magical solution. Instead: well, duh!
I nearly forgot: I’m a
Oooh, ‘Mapping the Metropolis’ exhibition of historical London maps until Feb 28
It’s the last day for ‘Early Bird’ prices for Emerging Tech
Who reads your RSS feed? Better than nothing.
Simon Hoggart on Christmas circular letters
As the Apple Turns on the birth of a ‘fact’
How to tell Arial, Helvetica and Grotesque apart
USB- and Firewire-powered chargers for mobiles, PDAs, etc.
EyeTV: Turn your Mac into a Freeview PVR
More PVRs for sale than you can shake a remote at
DIY PVR on a Linux box
Good discussion at Azeem’s about PVRs, MP3 servers, etc
Recommended reading order of Michael Moorcock’s ‘Eternal Champion’ series
Pepys’ Diary is best specialist British weblog at the Guardian
The BBC’s guide to courses at cookery schools
David Lynch’s entire oeuvre condensed to 77 words
Now THAT’S a queue! Thousands in line for Tokyo’s new Apple Store
Japanzine - monthly English language mag
Japan SAQ (Seldom Asked Questions)
World maps, distance measured by phone call prices
Hello Nora! But 42 hours. Ouch.
Untitled: Paul Heaton’s photos of road surfaces look like flags
Untitled: X-ray photos by Nick Veasey