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Phil Gyford’s website
Tom Coates’ new blog about managing online communities. He knows.
Looks nice too.
The Absolute Minimum Every Software Developer Absolutely, Positively Must Know About Unicode and Character Sets (No Excuses!)
Real rabbits? Or Muppets?
Lego Rubik’s Cube solver
New iCal AppleScript iTunes = Alarm clock
Scripts for using mobile phone modems with Macs
Wonderful animations of how alphabets evolved
April 2003 survey of HTML vs text email preferences
List of common Mac OS X background processes
Comprehensive list of Apple Mac keyboard shortcuts / sequences
Semantic Webbery in Bristol: wonderful combination
Documenting the points where degrees of latitude and longitude meet
Richard Linklater’s next next film is a continuation of ‘Before Sunrise’
Rod’s tube map shows short walking distances
Japanese character-teaching app for PalmOS
Jonathon Delacour’s Japanese language weblog
Cal’s W3C-sourced HTML entities table
Enjoyable Nettime paranoiac wiki thread starts here
Continues in October.
Why Ordnance Survey data should be free
Aggregation of hundreds of live and pre-recorded streaming international TV channels
Exhaustive and helpful resource on everything Unicode
Yahoo! Group for 12-inch G4 PowerBooks. Only!
Div-tastic, neatly CSSed women’s clothing store
MIT’s Urban Studies and Planning course materials available free
List of programming books available free online
Excellent-looking guide to AppleScript programming
Guide to sleeping in airports
Too much chatter, not enough data though.
Auto-generate multi-column CSS layouts
Naming children after brands
Old but good: