A nice subtle lifestream implementation complete with fading over time.
Archive: March, 2007
There's been a steady increase in talk around continuous partial attention (what with Twitter and all) so I here's the mother lode: Linda Stone waxing lyrical and expanding our vocabularies.
Leisa's slides from the IA Summit in Vegas. Looks like it was an excellent presentation, channelling the spirit of Kelly Goto and Jeff Veen.
Quite possibly the cutest thing ever captured on video.
John McCain stole Mike Davidson's bandwidth. This sounds like a job for .htaccessman.
Dave has made some icons — very nice ones.
Apparently I look like Lee Harvey Oswald and Keanu Reeves. Whoa! Cameron Adams, on the other hand, looks like a bunch of girls (a bunch of hot girls, admittedly).
Meri asked me a few questions about public speaking. I was only too happy too answer them.
Google gets behind GeoRSS. This is good. Somewhere, Mikel Maron is doing a little dance.
Yes, there is a reason why I'm using this machine tag. Watch the next release of Last.fm for machine tagging goodness on events.
Jason Kottke likes Twitter too.
A really nice article by Jesse Bennett-Chamberlain detailing the process behind a site design.
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Helvetica poster. It can be yours; Haiku required.
Khoi has posted the slides from his grids workshop online. Download and learn.
The first public alpha release of Apollo is out. Grab the runtime and then play around with some of the sample apps (none of which are that impressive but it's the thought that counts).
Another fun toy that uses Twitter's API, this one from Richard Pope.
A mesmerising mashup of Twitter and Google Maps. I could watch this all day.
John Allsopp has created this flowchart of the research and development involved in the creation of a new microformat. It looks kind of like the workflow of any good iterative development.
Todd Levin of tremble.com pens a truly hilarious write-up of South by Southwest Interactive 2007.
The Dunbar number gets bandied about a lot in conversations about social networks these days. Here's the original paper that shows the research behind the oft-misused term.
May 31st and June 1st are the dates for this year's Reboot in Copenhagen. Get on the site to suggest speakers and talks for the topic, "Human."
microformatique - a blog about microformats and “data at the edges” : Semantics in HTML Part III - Towards a semantic web
John Allsopp has posted the third and final part of his superb series, Semantics in HTML. Read them all.
How a Twitter from me saved Leisa's ass.
Upcoming events about Identity. A lot of these are happening in Europe; I should try to get to one.
Project Apeshirt is finally revealed and it's pretty darn cool — collaborative short fiction.
Now Admiral Ackbar is on Twitter too. "It's a traaaap!"
Jessica's English translation of a 19th Century German poem in the public domain – possibly the only English translation of this poem in existence.
An absolutely brilliant summation by Leisa Reichelt that nails Twitter's appeal: ambient intimacy.
Coffee porn, some of which is from the baristas working at Travelbag in Brighton.
A collection of scripts. There might be some good stuff here but use with care and discretion.
Paul's voice has been sampled from his this'n'that magic trick and used for this stop-motion animation. Brilliant! I <3 mashup culture.
I'm living on the cutting edge, apparently. This article is more like a press release meets an annual report, completely missing out the real reasons why Brighton is a cool place to live and work.
Did you notice that Upcoming recently switched from liquid to fixed? Have your say about that here.
Aral has been busy whipping FlashAid into shape. Now let's get busy kicking the tyres.
Ning has relaunched as a roll-your-own-social-network service. I guess that leaves Yahoo Pipes unchallenged in the roll-your-own-mashup field.
Meri has created a wiki where would-be speakers can get advice and mentoring from established speakers. I don't know if I'm established but I'm offering my services.
Gareth has mashed up Google Maps with meatspace geek gatherings in the UK.