This is an astoundingly brilliant mashup: Overheard in New York meets Google Maps. It's fan-bloody-tastic and remarkably fast for all the data it contains.
Archive: June, 2006
I think we should get Availabots for Clearleft. I want little toys of Richard and Andy connected to my home machine. Dance, Andy! Dance, Richard!
More Sam Jackson goodness.
The best U2 parody you will ever see.
A greasemonkey script that allows you to call telephone numbers in web pages (marked up with hcard) using Skype.
The incredible story of the tree sweater in Seattle.
A picture of a squirrel looking very pleased with its apparel.
Jon's mock-ups of how microformat detection and display might work in Safari are spot on. It would be so cool if this idea was picked up by browser developers.
You can't invoke Godwin's Law on this one: cats that look like Hitler.
Elsa's OddzBallz are now available on baby t-shirts. Cute!
Planet Microformats: Brian aggregates blog posts, upcoming events, del.icio.us links and Flickr pics tagged with 'microformats' (which means this link will also appear there... I mean here).
Flickr photo set, AIGA card sorting exercise.
Participating in a card-sorting exercise for the AIGA redesign.
This brings back memories: the German equivalents of "it's a game of two halves" and "they think it's all over; it is now."
Cindy redesigns... with standards. Gorgeous!
This isn't new but it really is laugh out loud funny.
Dan documents the process of adding microformats to Cork'd.
Read the first two chapters of Tim Eldred's graphic novel online.
A recreation of the Bellagio fountains in Las Vegas using nothing but diet coke and mentos. Mesmerising.
This is ridiculous. Target refuses to print a customer's pictures because they look "too professional."
Cameron shares his thoughts on Ajax, Hijax, libraries and having fun.
Looks like I've started a meme.
This is a tool for embedding licensing information in files (like MP3s). I'm going to try this out and see how it goes.
The best response yet to the O'Reilly Web 2.0 cease and desist debacle.
This is still experimental, but Technorati now allow you to search for snippets of content that has been marked up with microformats. My egosearching returns suitably satisfying results.
This is really cool: a real-time map of bluetooth devices currently at the Reboot conference.