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Archive: January, 2007
Here's some clever CSS: one YouTube video inside another YouTube video. Press play on both.
A very cute short film that mixes computer animation with live action.
I need to get some noise-cancelling headphones for the flight to Vancouver. Those Sennheisers are looking good for the price.
A nice collection of royalty free texture photos using the Flickr API.
LinkedIn is now implementing the hResume microformat. That's a lot of hResumes.
Machine tags will now be available through the Flickr API (that's triple tags to you and me).
Supremely geeky but funny look at the history of the Web via Tolkien.
A great hands-on article on the benefits of playing with paper.
A cute blog that uses ingenious diagrams to "make fun of some things and sense of others."
Here's a mashup for ya: Google Maps meets young love.
This picture of Saturn, taken from the Cassini probe, is literally incredible: it doesn't look real.
Darth Vader signs up to Twitter. Hilarity ensues.
This Warcraft/Starcraft-style Flash game is really addictive. You have been warned.
An interesting re-evaluation of Star Wars: Episode IV in light of information from episodes I-III. Could R2D2 and Chewbacca, as secret agents of the fledging rebellion, be the most important characters?
A very nice life stream implementation that uses APIs to pull in images (though the underlying markup is a bit weird).
The website for the Fundamentos Web conference provided audio and video files but no RSS feed to enclose them so Nick Dunn has created one for us.
Semantics in HTML - 1.”traditional semantic HTML” at microformatique - a blog about microformats and “data at the edges”
A superb article by John Allsopp on semantics in the broad sense, from philosophy and linguistics right through to markup. And this is just part one! Read, enjoy, and prepare for part two.
Douglas is blogging again. "To chronicle the bits and information around me. Short posts or long ones; on-topic or not; doesn’t matter. Just write."
David Pogue gets down and dirty with the iPhone. The good: "It feels amazing in your hand." The bad: "Typing is difficult."
Mark has written a great article for ALA, focusing on one aspect of good typography: whitespace.
This is cargo cultism in action. Reductionism at its worst.
A brilliant list of New Year's Resolutions for Coders.
Can you really get by in Ireland by just speaking Irish? Not in Dublin, it seems. I'd love to see the TV show that this article is based on.
A profile of Will Wright. I'm really looking forward to hearing him speak at SXSW this year.
Star Wars and Lego: two great tastes that taste great together.