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Bookmarks tagged with “articles”

  1. Flickr photo tool has it all and more

    Why Flickr is better than any other online photo library site.

  2. The New York Times

    And maybe, if you’re over there, you can print this out and take it with you when you go to vote.

  3. Guardian Unlimited | Special reports | ‘He’s just sleeping, I kept telling myself’

    Note to self: Next election, print this out and read it in the voting booth before making my mark.

  4. TeledyN: Living with Webservices

    How might services like Flickr, and others link together better?

  5. The Morning News - Tricks of the Trade

    Different professions. Landscape architect:

  6. Guardian Unlimited Travel | Saturday section | Quaint essential

    Raves for Frinton-on-Sea and (slightly less so) Walton-on-the-Naze.

  7. Why we’re reaching our limits as a one-hour city - Opinion -

    Throughout history cities have been an hour’s travel across. I’m not convinced

  8. Guardian Unlimited | Arts reviews | Gillian Welch/David Rawlings

    This was, I think, one of the most enjoyable gigs I’ve been to. Rawlings’ guitar playing was even more awesome than the rest of the show, which is saying something.

  9. Guardian Unlimited | The Guardian | John Barron

    Awwww, CJ’s died. No, not West Wing CJ, Reggie Perrin CJ:

  10. Guardian Unlimited | Online | Man of the moment

    A nice feature about me, me, me in the Guardian today. In the web version you miss out on the surprisingly vast photo.

  11. LRB | James Meek : Reasons to be Miserable

    The strange world of distant, frozen parts of Russia, which really shouldn’t be populated.

  12. Kurt Vonnegut: Cold Turkey (at AlterNet)

    Ramble about the state of America.

  13. The War Against Silence reviews the two most recent Mountain Goats albums

    Really, every time I hear the Mountain Goats I smile, I feel like crying, and paranoia sets in. It doesn’t get better.

  14. BBC - East Midlands - Tour - Graphics - The Graphics Guy

    Every so often I Google for friends I’ve lost touch with. Occasionally they pop up. Hello Harry Whinney!

  15. Guardian Unlimited | Arts reviews | Oleanna, Garrick, London

    Saw this last night: David Mamet and Julia Stiles… heaven! Although the review’s right about the unfortunate lack of ambiguity.

  16. Los Angeles Department of Water and Power: Trees for a Green LA

    They give free trees to residents because more trees means greater energy savings.

  17. The Passion of the Christ (2004) - Film Review - Sight

    I believe Mark Kermode could find similarities between The Exorcist and every film ever made.

  18. Putting 40,000 Readers, One by One, on a Cover by David Carr (NYT, Registration required)

    A magazine will customise the covers of its subscribers’ copies with a satellite photo of their individual homes.

  19. Interesting Ian Jack article on how kids describe past events in the present tense

    Although it tails off into irrelevant self-indulgence towards the end.

  20. Paul Morley’s Top Ten(ish) Books. Fun stuff.

    No idea what date that was published on though.

  21. “Thank you to the support of those who’s names are not on here” (PDF)

    I assume the BBC’s copy editors were forced to resign too

  22. Portsmouth’s Tricorn Centre will be demolished in March

    Looks like it was built by Blakes 7 modelmakers. In a good(ish) way.

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