David Brent at Microsoft.
Archive: August, 2006
This is a great way to deal with telemarketers.
Short, instructive videos of food preparation. The recipes look good and the presentation is strangely hypnotic.
Fonts that deserve to do.
Brian Suda has a theoretical solution to real-time interplanetary communication: "I get on my tachyon voip phone and make a call from mars to earth at 9:00am it takes 10 minutes to travel there, but the tachyons travel backwards (so i think) that would be
A good, if somewhat dispiriting, overview of Artificial Intelligence. (There's some nice typesetting on this page)
The screen of this mobile phone looks like a glass of water. The amount of water shows the battery life. The phone has a built in motion sensor to keep the water level.
The portfolio of a food photographer.
Food Photography and creating edible Food Photos with food styling | Benjamin Christie Australian Celebrity Chef from TV Cooking Show Dining Downunder Blog
Some insights into taking pictures of food.
Happy Cog Philadelphia goes to Ireland.
Run around Soho shooting cartoons.
A strange and beautiful portfolio of photographs.
A food blog based in Brighton. This is a woman after my own heart.
He has decided to prove that he can walk to Cork -- the location of the nearest Apple repair center -- faster than Apple can arrange for the pickup of his broken Mac.
Ryan and Andy are now officially Internet Famous.
"Restore airport security measures to normal or risk being sued for compensation." Ryanair are such a bunch of assholes. I refuse to fly with them.
This is just about one of the geekiest things I've ever seen. A crop circle of the Firefox logo. This is not Photoshopped.
The power of editing.
Me? I'm just pee-shy. From The Meaning of Liff: KETTLENESS (adj.) The quality of not being able to pee while being watched.
The devil can cite scripture for his own purpose... and now I can cite Nielsen: "...use a liquid layout that stretches well for any resolution, from 800x600 to 1280x1024."
A French translation of my most recent article for A List Apart.
Good news everyone! ClearType is turned on by default in IE7.
Ridley Scott's seminal superbowl ad for Apple... in Lego.