A video blog from Ze Frank. It's awesome.
Archive: April, 2006
Where the worlds of web and booze collide, slap-bang in the middle of London. Arranging meet-ups, every now and then, where likeminded web peeps with sore livers can share these very special interests.
"The moment of electrocution is hard to describe. One instant I was running up a hill, the next moment I saw only white. What I heard was massive and ear-splitting. I felt nothing and sensed utter disorientation."
Best. Help menu. Ever.
Add this date to your iCal: April 25th is Free Cone Day at Ben & Jerry's.
The blog of the book of the pubs of Brighton.
Anthropomorphic browser icons are funny.
This is priceless... but my iPod feels somehow dirty now.
John has been working behind the scenes on this for quite a while and now it's ready for launch. Lots of yummy standards-based goodness in bite-sized chunks.
All the hyperbole of Evening Standard headlines gathered together in one place. I have to say, Brighton's local rag, the Evening Argus, would have them beat for incomprehensibility and ridiculousness.
47. If I learn that a callow youth has begun a quest to destroy me, I will slay him while he is still a callow youth instead of waiting for him to mature.
Design review by Jay Small.
Simon Singh talks about zero, pi, the golden ratio, the square root of minus one, and infinity.
I think this could be a fun side-event to organise around @media: a guided tour of the Royal Society. What self-respecting geek wouldn't like that?
Derek hits the nail on the head. User-generated content is such a cold, cold term.
Version 2 of Google's Maps API is out. Changes, changes, read all about it.
The creator of PHP offers an antidote to the profusion of frameworks out there.
Want to indicate that something is happening on a web page, like... oh, I don't know... an Ajax request or something? Here's a cornucopia of animated progress indicators.
Cameron has put together a lovely looking portfolio page.